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  • Facebook enjoyed £11.3 million in United Kingdom tax credit

    Facebook enjoyed £11.3 million in United Kingdom tax credit

    The company paid standard United Kingdom corporation tax rate for the taxable profit. In a freakish series of events, we learned that Google had had several meetings with politicians to discuss its rate of tax and that the head of HMRC was "not a tax expert", as she herself admitted.

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  • Russia accuses US of siding with 'terrorists' in Syria

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry threatened his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov of suspending any cooperation regarding Syrian crisis, if Russia doesn't halt assaults in Aleppo, Syria. The U.N. humanitarian chief, Stephen O'Brien, said the situation in east Aleppo met the criteria for "besiegement". Poznikhir said the Russian military got new information about Syrian rebels' involvement in the attack on the convoy, but he didn't offer any details.

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  • Sprint Is Offering To Replace Samsung Note 7 With Any Phone

    Airlines have banned customers from using the smartphones on flights, and the evacuation of a Southwest Airlines Co plane earlier this week was blamed on smoke caused by a replacement device. However, if carriers are offering customers to swap their Galaxy Note 7 replacement unit with another available smartphone, Samsung might lose a lot of its business to rivals.

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  • Does 'Apprentice' Producer Have More Trump Sex Tapes?

    Does 'Apprentice' Producer Have More Trump Sex Tapes?

    BuzzFeed said on Sunday that Apprentice producer Mark Burnett - who is a dedicated Trump backer - has already warned staff that he will sue anyone who leaks video from the series. His campaign is no doubt bracing for what could be a whole host of unaired, controversial comments the presidential hopeful may have made in the past.

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  • The war against Columbus Day

    That led the South Dakota Legislature in 1990 to replace Columbus Day with Native American Day to recognize the more than 70,000 American Indians living in the state. CLEVELAND- It it an extended weekend for some people across Northeast Ohio in recongition of Columbus Day. Cities including Seattle; Minneapolis; Spokane, Wash.; Boulder, Colo.; Albuquerque; Portland, Ore.; St.

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  • Locker room talk doesn't stay inside

    This cartoon would like to disagree. Young men - not just those who spend time in locker rooms - need their dads, uncles, male teachers, ministers, rabbis and other adult men in their lives to teach them how to appreciate and talk about women.

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  • Mueller brace inspires impressive Germany win

    Germany stay top of Group C on goal-difference from surprise-package Azerbaijan on the road to Russian Federation 2018. Loew previously suggested the Czech Republic, which drew with Northern Ireland 0-0 in its opening group game, was Germany's toughest group opponent, but on this display it seems the World Cup champion will have little trouble in qualifying.

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  • Talks Continue on Amaya, William Hill Merger Possibility

    Talks Continue on Amaya, William Hill Merger Possibility

    The companies said discussions were ongoing and there could be no certainty that an agreement would be reached. Amaya's shares jumped after the Reuters report and were trading up 9.1 percent, at C$23.41, in Toronto on Friday. Indeed, both William Hill and Amaya have said the all-share deal would be one of equals that would be "consistent" with both their strategic objectives.

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  • Samsung tips 6 percent gain in 3Q profit despite recall

    Samsung tips 6 percent gain in 3Q profit despite recall

    According to Recode citing a Sprint representative, the mobile carrier "is working collaboratively with Samsung to better understand the most recent concerns regarding replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones". She said that Green had replaced the original phone about two weeks ago after getting a text message from Samsung. Southwest, in a statement, said the flight was evacuated after a customer reported smoke from a Samsung device.

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  • Vote on deal to raise NJ gas tax expected today

    Further debate is also expected, which may delay any action until next week. Lawmakers in the state Senate and Assembly voted Friday to approve a plan to replenish New Jersey's depleted Transportation Trust Fund by raising the state's gas tax by 23 cents per gallon.

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  • Qatar commits to up to 100 Boeing aircraft in $18.6 billion order

    Qatar commits to up to 100 Boeing aircraft in $18.6 billion order

    Shares of Boeing (BA) were down in mid-morning trading on Friday as the company prepares to announce an $18 billion wide-body aircraft deal with Qatar Airways later today, the BBC reports. The 777-300ER has the highest schedule reliability of any twin-aisle airplane at 99.5 percent. " Boeing has proven to be a valuable partner, and today's announcement is testament to our appreciation of the quality of their product and their dedication to providing world-class customer service", says ...

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  • Asian stocks lower on Fed rate hike expectation

    Asian stocks lower on Fed rate hike expectation

    Fed Chair Janet Yellen said last week she expected one rate rise this year if the US job market continued to improve and major new risks did not arise, leading economists and financial markets to price in a December move. Hong Kong's Hang Seng index gained 0.4 percent to 23,781.59. "A risk management approach to monetary policy would suggest that the more concerned one is with the effectiveness of these policies at the zero lower bound, the more cautious one would be in the process of ...

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  • Kaine lands telling blows on Trump running mate in VP debate

    Clinton is seeing a bump in polls since last week's first presidential debate, and Trump continues to grapple with the fallout of a New York Times article about Trump's 1995 tax returns , which showed more than $900 million in losses that could have allowed him to not pay federal income taxes for years.

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  • O'Neill set to risk Koeman ire over McCarthy

    O'Neill set to risk Koeman ire over McCarthy

    Coleman had not featured in any of Everton's Premier League games in the new season when he made the trip to Serbia for Ireland's opening qualifier. We can only beat teams and qualify for Russian Federation, one way or another, only if we play to our absolute maximum in every single game.

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  • Gold holds near 3-month low as fan base shrinks

    Gold holds near 3-month low as fan base shrinks

    The US dollar index on Wednesday gained for a third day trading at 96 against the currencies of the country's major trading partners. There's no Shanghai Gold Benchmark to demonstrate positivity or negativity in Asian markets and the bullion bank mice, or should it be rats, have taken the opportunity to once again drive the gold price down - pretty successfully as it happens.

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  • Relief Rally in Asia after Fed Leaves Interest Rates Unchanged'

    Relief Rally in Asia after Fed Leaves Interest Rates Unchanged'

    But in a sign of growing confidence, the Fed said the near-term risks for the economic outlook "appear roughly balanced". Wall Street isn't expecting the Fed to boost rates today, and the CME Group says futures markets are only pricing in a 15% chance the Fed will hike rates for the first time this year, after raising rates back in December for the first time in almost 10 years.

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  • India's central bank cuts key lending rate to 6.25 percent

    India's central bank cuts key lending rate to 6.25 percent

    Chandrajit Banerjee, Director General, CII said that the 25 bps rate cut is very welcome by industry. Urjit Patel, the new RBI governor, hoped that banks would pass on the lower rates in next 3-6 months to consumers. "We were waiting to see the policy action". The 30-share barometer closed the day up 91.26 points at 28,334.55. Finance Secretary Ashok Lavasa said the decision will go down well with all sectors of the economy.

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  • Jeremy Corbyn tells Labour conference he will fight the "evil" of antisemitism

    James Forsyth , however, didn't find himself quite so swept up by the Corbyn enthusiasm. "Who seriously believes that the Tories could ever stand up to the privileged few?" They are doing this despite having themselves represented the red of the Republican Party, because they believe Trump to be a threat to the security, prosperity and global standing of their country.

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  • Derailed train: Driver has no memory of crash

    NTSB Investigator in Charge Jim Southworth said the event recorder and a video data recorder were removed from the lead auto, which sustained significant damage in the crash, at around 10:30 a.m. Witnesses, including passengers on the train, have said the train appeared to enter the station too fast and did not slow down as it approached the platform.

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  • Prosecutors: Toddler said "school" minutes before dad left him in hot vehicle

    Justin Ross Harris, 35, could be sentenced to life in prison if jurors find he meant to leave his 22-month-old son, Cooper, to die in a locked SUV outside his workplace in suburban Atlanta for seven hours on a sweltering day. "His sexting throughout the day was after he had forgotten Cooper", Kilgore added. "There is one person in this world who has every reason in the world to hate that guy, to despise that guy, because that guy over there, Ross Harris, he took everything from her.

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  • Fund firms Janus Capital, Henderson merge to form $6 billion group

    The all-stock deal will create Janus Henderson Global Investors, which will hold $320B in assets, and it will drop a London listing to move its primary listing to the NYSE. Formica said that while the deal fits the description of corporate inversion, it will not reduce the tax bill in the U.S. Dai-ichi, the largest Janus shareholder, has committed to vote in favour of the merger.

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  • Dozens of deaths during stampede at Ethiopia religious event

    Ethiopia's government said in a statement that "lives were lost", adding: "Those responsible will face justice". Meanwhile, latest reports say an Ethiopian opposition group has claimed that at least 50 people were killed in the stampede. "But residents still protested", he said. One protester, called Mohamed, said: 'This government are dictators, there is no equality or freedom of speech.

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  • In 2016 circus, VP debate promises more staid politics

    The presidential debate season has officially begun - and you thought the election season already felt long enough. Polls released in recent days after the debate show Hillary Clinton padding her lead. "Mike Pence will help soothe some of those fears, put those fears to bed". And in the video below, see what our panel is saying about last week's debate and next week's VP debate in Virginia.

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  • Talk of sex tapes takes presidential campaign on sordid turn

    And his gut told him to punch back at a former Miss Universe whom he allegedly once called "Miss Piggy" after she gained weight by calling her disgusting for starring in a non-existent sex tape. "The American people have had it with years, decades, of Clinton corruption and scandals", he added. Supporters of the Republican nominee have argued since Trump's roller coaster month of August that he has evolved as a candidate: he shook up his campaign leadership and has faithfully stuck to ...

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  • Israeli leaders lay wreaths on Peres' casket

    Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said Thursday that officers will also monitor social media for potential attackers. Jordan's King Abdullah II sent his condolences to Israel over the passing of Peres . It is expected to be the largest such gathering in Israel since the funeral of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, who was assassinated by a Jewish nationalist in 1995.

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  • Clinton leads Trump by 5 points in U.S. presidential race - Reuters/Ipsos poll

    Trump never prepared for debates in the primary season, and managed to vanquish 16 opponents, but people close to the campaign told the Times Trump began preparing for his matchup with Clinton more traditionally at first. Both candidates, though, are still disliked by a majority of voters. Pelosi added Clinton "is going to have to make her own case to them as well because you can only transfer so much".

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  • Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City preview

    Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City preview

    Pep Guardiola has warned Manchester City's players that each match is the " most important 90 minutes of their lives" and that he will leave them out if there is any drop in level. "Of course Kevin is a fantastic player but today, the way the play was, it wouldn't have changed too much", he added. "I enjoy watching Tottenham play now and since past year he has been doing an unbelievable job.

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  • Lady Gaga picks dive bars over arenas to introduce album

    Lady Gaga picks dive bars over arenas to introduce album

    Lady Gaga's split with Taylor Kinney "absolutely" influenced her new album. "So Joanne is like, you know, Lady Gaga if you erase all the fame". In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the two collaborators had some things to say about Lady Gaga's Joanne and the writing process that created the singles.

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  • Trump losses may mean he didn't pay taxes for years

    He said: "Don't you think a man who has this kind of economic genius is a lot better for the United States than a woman, and the only thing she's ever produced is a lot of work for the Federal Bureau of Investigation checking out her emails?" The Democratic presidential nominee spoke at church services in Charlotte, North Carolina, which has been grappling with last month's shooting death of a black man by a police officer.

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  • BlackBerry is to stop making phones

    BlackBerry now holds a small fraction of the USA smartphone market. "This allows us to reduce capital requirements and enhance return on invested capital", Chen said . The company has been struggling over the last few years, especially with the rise of iOS and Android, so this move may not be all that surprising. The Company has signed an agreement with a telecom joint venture in Indonesia.

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  • Seoul says North Korean soldier crossed the border to defect

    Seoul says North Korean soldier crossed the border to defect

    Around 900 South Koreans shaved their heads in August to protest against their government's decision to place the missile defense system in the southeastern county of Seongju. An official from the Defense Ministry, who didn't want to be named, citing office rules, said ministry officials visited lawmakers and regional officials in Seongju and North Gyeongsang Province, which governs the town, to explain the decision.

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  • Minimum wage to go up 5 cents in Ohio

    Minimum wage to go up 5 cents in Ohio

    Meanwhile, several labour unions are taking part in a rally in downtown Toronto today. The minimum wage in Ontario rises on Saturday to $11.40 per hour. "I believe in the long term we'll find that having a minimum wage that is modeled on trying to get the living wage is one that will grow the economy", Notley said.

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  • Saudi Arabia warns of `disastrous consequences` over US 9/11 law

    Saudi Arabia warns of `disastrous consequences` over US 9/11 law

    McConnell also suggested changes to the law are "worth further discussing". "It was certainly not something that was going to be fixed this week". The Obama administration warns that the bill opens the door for lawsuits against the U.S.in foreign courts, such as by families of those killed by US troops in Iraq or Afghanistan.

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  • War canoe carries royals to Haida Gwaii

    War canoe carries royals to Haida Gwaii

    Paddling along with 10 rowers to the beat of a pacer's drum, the royal couple went to Haida Gwaii, formerly the Queen Charlotte Islands, in British Columbia on a charm offensive on the penultimate day of their eight-day tour of Canada. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's day were finished off with the official opening of the Queen Charlotte hospital and a fishing trip with some of the youth of the community where the Duke and Duchess pulled up some crab traps and caught one salmon.

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  • Note 7 users faithful to device as replacements arrive

    Note 7 users faithful to device as replacements arrive

    In Singapore, more than 80 percent of customers have participated in the exchange program, which started on September 17. There is hope that, once the whole recall saga has concluded and things get back to normal, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 would win over users again.

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  • China Caixin manufacturing PMI rises to 50.1

    China Caixin manufacturing PMI rises to 50.1

    It's only the second time that the index has signaled an expansion since February 2015. It's another sign that the bottom of the commodity price cycle was likely seen earlier this year, and an outcome that may have ramifications for both fiscal and monetary policy in China should the uplift in inflationary pressures persist.

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