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Bebe Is Closing All 175 of Its Stores

Bebe Is Closing All 175 of Its Stores

The company, which had 180 stores at the end of 2016, did not say what its future plans were. Bebe said in an SEC filing last month that it was "exploring strategic alternatives". Bebe is closing all ...

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'No impact of Australian visa move on Indian techies'

'No impact of Australian visa move on Indian techies'

Australia plans to raise the bar for handing out citizenships by lengthening the waiting period, adding a new "Australian values" test and raising the standard for English language as part of a shak...

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American Express Company (AXP) Position Reduced by Macquarie Group Ltd.

American Express Company (AXP) Position Reduced by Macquarie Group Ltd.

Spot Trading Limited Liability Company accumulated 22,523 shares. Finally, Archford Capital Strategies LLC raised its stake in shares of Express Scripts Holding Company by 129.2% in the fourth quarter...

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Time for video refs, says beaten Ancelotti

Madrid boss and Ancelotti's former assistant Zinedine Zidane had a different version of events as both Bayern's goals also came about in controversial fashion. Lewandowski, who had missed the first l...

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Russia blocks UN Security Council condemnation of Syria attack

Tillerson, who came into the meeting after a almost two-hour face-to-face meeting with Putin himself, called on Bashar al-Assad, Russia's ally in Syria, to step down. Mr Tillerson also alleged the...

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Ingenium turbo for Jaguar F-TYPE

It becomes the company's most powerful four-cylinder yet and produces 221kW at 5500rpm and 400Nm at 1500rpm-4500rpm. A switchable sports exhaust is reserved for F-Type R-Sport four-cylinder, howev...

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Trump says China won't be labeled a currency manipulator

In commodities, oil prices fell on concerns about rising US output. Utilities, phone companies and other high-dividend stocks were among the biggest gainers. Britain's FTSE 100 fell 0.2 percent. It ...

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IEA expects rise in non-OPEC oil output

IEA expects rise in non-OPEC oil output

United States production already reached 9m bpd last month after hitting a trough last September of 8.6m bpd. Declines in OPEC production were attributed to output losses in Libya and Nigeria, both of...

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Champions League Quarterfinal: Bayern Munich vs Real Madrid

Champions League Quarterfinal: Bayern Munich vs Real Madrid

And then, after my 18-month loan to [Bayer] Leverkusen, I played a lot [more]. "It is hard, they are one of the best teams in the world, with world-class players", Robben told AS. "It's a European...

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Akzo Nobel Paints Itself in Corner in Elliott Fight

Akzo Nobel Paints Itself in Corner in Elliott Fight

However, Elliott said it and a group of other investors meets the legal threshold in Dutch law of 10% support that is needed to call for an extraordinary meeting for a vote on removing Burgmans from h...

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Uber hits back at claims it copied Google's driverless auto tech

Uber hits back at claims it copied Google's driverless auto tech

The self-driving auto division argued that this "calculated theft" of trade secrets netted Otto employees "over half a billion dollars" and allowed Uber to "revive a stalled programme, all at Waymo...

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Featured Stock to See: BlackBerry Limited (BBRY)

Equities research analysts anticipate that BlackBerry will post $0.03 earnings per share for the current year. The Stock has Weekly volatility of 2.14% and monthly volatility of 2.73%. Overweight ra...

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United Kingdom consumers facing squeeze as inflation stays above 2pc

United Kingdom consumers facing squeeze as inflation stays above 2pc

Sterling hit its highest level in over a week against the US dollar after the figures as investors focused on a slightly stronger-than-expected rate of nominal pay growth. Also in April, increases in ...

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One For Arthur adds tartan touch to Grand National

One For Arthur was ridden by Derek Fox and trained by Kinross-based Lucinda Russell, whose partner and assistant is former champion jockey Peter Scudamore. "I'm not quite sure just what I've achieved ...

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Syrian chemical attack victim hits out CNN journalist

Kassam Eid, who survived a 2013 chemical attack in Syria, surprised CNN host Brooke Baldwin when he expressed appreciation for President Trump's missile strike this week. We don't want to come t...

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Fed minutes reveal debate over inflation and Trump

The U.S. military gave Russian forces advanced notice of its strikes and did not hit sections of the base where the Russians were believed to be present, a Pentagon spokesman said on Thursday. Markets...

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Russian Federation notified U.S. operation before attack on Syria

Russian Federation notified U.S. operation before attack on Syria

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe voiced support on Friday for USA military strikes against Syria after it launched deadly chemical weapons on a rebel-held area earlier this week. "Putin views th...

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EU regulators to approve Fox takeover of Sky

EU regulators to approve Fox takeover of Sky

Murdoch's son James, who is chief executive of Fox and chairman of Sky, was criticised by Ofcom in 2012 over his handling of the phone hacking scandal but it ultimately ruled that Sky remained a fit a...

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Rajya Sabha Okays All Four GST Bills - With Manmohan Singh's Help

Rajya Sabha Okays All Four GST Bills - With Manmohan Singh's Help

As the Upper House approved four GST-supporting bills today, a rare consensus between the government and the Congress was witnessed in the Rajya Sabha, thanks to former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. ...

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Errigo, Young comment on state 'budget extender' as negotiations continue

The state Assembly gaveled into session at about 1:30 p.m. Wednesday to pass several budget-related bills. Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan, a Republican, did not respond to a request for commen...

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Corona maker Constellation's profit, sales top estimates

Corona maker Constellation's profit, sales top estimates

A rating of 4 or 5 would represent a Sell recommendation. The company presently has an average rating of "Hold" and a consensus price target of $65.02. The shares were purchased at an average cost of ...

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Germany Gives Social Media Companies a Break Over Hate Speech

Germany Gives Social Media Companies a Break Over Hate Speech

However, organisations representing digital companies, consumers and journalists, accused the government of rushing a law to parliament that could damage free speech. "This legislation would force pri...

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Panera reaches new All-time High on possible sale

Given our unchanged positive long-term bias, we would become buyers again below $260, or with passage of time. The stock has risen almost 28 percent this year. Panera Bread Co (NASDAQ: PNRA ) distanc...

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A New Date for Equal Pay Day

But the far bigger flaw in Equal Pay Day logic is the assumption that the Department of Labor statistic showing the differences in men and women's average earnings is evidence of discrimination's role...

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Trump walks out before signing executive orders

Trump walks out before signing executive orders

One of the countries candidate-turned-President Trump has been the toughest on regarding unfair trade practices is China. While Trump has long argued that trade deficits imperil US workers, Ross cau...

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UK Plans to Convert EU Laws Into Domestic Law Post-Brexit

UK Plans to Convert EU Laws Into Domestic Law Post-Brexit

European Union leaders warned after a meeting Friday that the two years of talks triggered this week to negotiate Britain's exit will be hard - but insisted they don't want all-out economic or diploma...

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South Korea expects no issues with Pyongyang games

They wrote: "Even if it were true that North Korea does not yet have nuclear missiles, their "Dear Leader" could deliver an atomic bomb hidden on a freighter sailing under a false flag into a USA port...

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US stock indexes wavering between small gains and losses

S&P 500 gained 6.93 points or 0.29% to end at 2368.06 levels. The Nasdaq composite index lost 2 points to 5,912. ACQUISITION AGREEMENT: TRC vaulted 45.6 percent after the engineering and consulting...

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New England gets second day of snow, sleet, rain

New England gets second day of snow, sleet, rain

This storm will be extremely elevation dependent and some of the lowest elevations could change back and forth betwen rain and snow several times on Friday . She expects to see 10 to 14 inches of sno...

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Madrid sends Brexit

Madrid sends Brexit "message of calm" to Spaniards who work in Gibraltar

The clause is likely to face a fierce backlash from London, which has always been engaged in a sovereignty row with Spain over Gibraltar and has pledged to stand by its overseas territory known as t...

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Trump greenlights Keystone XL pipeline, but other obstacles loom

Chamber of Commerce President Thomas Donohue. "It's gonna be an incredible pipeline, the greatest technology known to man, or woman, and frankly we're very proud of it". Transcanada has to file its p...

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House Speaker Ryan understands Trump's frustration on health bill

House Speaker Ryan understands Trump's frustration on health bill

The next day he wrote the Freedom Caucus "was able to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory". Presidential threats against Freedom Caucus members suggest Trump may not fully appreciate the natu...

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White House ousts official many suspected of leaking to the press

White House officials said lawmakers were being pressured by outside groups that opposed the bill, through voter phone calls and television advertisements, with no pushback from several existing Trump...

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Growing US supply keeps oil under pressure

Oil prices fell yesterday, with already-bloated markets pressured by rising United States drilling activity and steady supplies from the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) despite...

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Easter Bunny Hops into Monrovia on April 15 … Twice!

Easter Bunny Hops into Monrovia on April 15 … Twice!

East Windsor High School: Breakfast with the Easter Bunny, presented by East Windsor Parks & Recreation and the East Windsor Rotary Club, is April 8 from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. This FREE event is int...

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