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Man buys Google.com for $12 for 1 minute, gets reward...[ + ]
A man who bought the Google.com domain name for $12 and owned it for about a minute has been rewarded by Google for uncovering the flaw. ...
11 fun facts about SABMiller...[ + ]
Johannesburg - As the worlds biggest brewer, Anheuser-Busch InBev, looks set to buy SABMiller out for R1.5 trillion, here are some fun facts about the SA-grown brewer that you may not have known. ...
Forget AB InBev...[ + ]
New York - If Anheuser-Busch InBev seals a deal with SABMiller, the breadth of the new company's brews will be impressive. Budweiser, Peroni, Pilsner Urquell, and Stella Artois will all flow from the same corporate tap. (Grolsch and Goose Island, too!...
SAT sets aside directions of refund against Osian Art Fund...[ + ]
SAT on Tuesday set aside Sebi directions passed in the order of 2013 against Osian Art Fund...
Genting: Weak ringgit delays opening of movie theme park...[ + ]
KUALA LUMPUR -- Genting Malaysia, a leading gaming conglomerate, has pushed back the opening of its planned 20th Century Fox World theme park until 20...
Global Stocks Slide As Chinese Imports Stumble, German Investor Confidence Plummets...[ + ]
European markets opened sharply lower Tuesday and continued to falter during the dayas disappointing Chinese imports data weighed on investor sentiment. The markets were also affected by a survey by the ZEW Center for European Economic Research, which sho...
Singapore Air to Restart World's Longest Flight With Airbus Jet...[ + ]
Singapore Airlines Ltd. plans to restart the worlds longest flights when it takes delivery of a new ultra-long range plane made by Airbus Group SE in 2018....
The 10-Point....[ + ]
A personal, guided tour to the best scoops and stories every day in The Wall Street Journal, from Editor in Chief Gerard Baker....
Etihad Airways Signs $700 Million Deal with IBM...[ + ]
Etihad Airways and IBM on Tuesday announced an information technology deal worth $700 million over 10 years that aims to improve the airlines booking systems and cut costs from its network operations....
Russian State Arms Maker Preempts Dutch Report Into Downing of Flight MH17...[ + ]
The Russian state arms maker that produces Buk antiaircraft missile systems pre-empted Tuesdays release of a Dutch report into the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 with an elaborate news conference designed to deflect blame....
US bond sell-off squeezes swaps trade...[ + ]
Market dislocation occurs between Treasuries and interest rate swaps...
Adobe, DocuSign ink more electronic-signature alliances...[ + ]
There were 210 million transactions approved last year with digital ink. That number could more than triple by 2017....
What Hiring Jes Staley Could Bring to Barclays's Investment Bank...[ + ]
Barclays Plc is close to naming former top JPMorgan Chase & Co. banker Jes Staley as chief executive officer, according to a person with direct knowledge of the matter. His predecessor, Antony Jenkins, was fired in July as Britains second-largest lender s...
Alibaba to Open Offices in Europe as U.S. Expansion Continues...[ + ]
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. will open offices in three European countries and expand further in the U.S. as it seeks to revive growth and reassure jittery investors....
Seven ways to keep talent poachers at bay...[ + ]
The smart, talented people on your team are bound to get calls from recruiters. Heres what to do when that happens...
Trade conditions remained gloomy in September, Sacci index shows...[ + ]
Trade conditions were dim last month, as slow growth in consumer spending, high debt levels, and rising input costs weighed on businesses...
SABMiller Trades Below AB InBev Bid as Arbitragers See Risk...[ + ]
SABMiller Plc shares traded as much as 11 percent below the price Anheuser-Busch InBev NV agreed to pay for the beermaker, a bigger discount than usually seen in takeovers, because the deal faces months of scrutiny by antitrust regulators around the world...
Turkey Says Kurdish PKKs Cease-Fire Not Enough to End Violence...[ + ]
Turkey views a unilateral cease-fire by Kurdish militant group PKK as an important step, though it wont be enough to end the fighting in the countrys southeast, interim Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus said....
Copper Prices Fall After Weaker-Than-Expected Chinese Import Data...[ + ]
Copper prices fell in tandem with other base metals after weaker-than-expected Chinese import data cast a pall over a recent price rebound from multiyear lows....
European Bonds Advance After Auctions as Equity Markets Falter...[ + ]
European government bonds advanced, led by Italy and Spain, as faltering equity markets and weaker trade data from China boosted demand for fixed-income assets....
Europe Cant Control Its Internal Borders, Says German Finance Minister...[ + ]
Closing German borders for migrants wont work and a European approach to limit the influx would be a more effective approach, said German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schuble....
Todays Top Supply Chain and Logistics News From WSJ...[ + ]
Delivering up-to-the minute news, analysis, interviews and explanatory journalism on logistics, supply-chain management, e-commerce and more...
Delhi High Court seeks Centre, Delhi govt reply on Uber plea to ply in city...[ + ]
Delhi High Court today sought response of the Centre and AAP government on Uber's plea that the authorities be restrained from interfering with its business....
Volkswagen to slash investment by $1.1B per year...[ + ]
Embattled German carmaker Volkswagen announced Tuesday it would cut annual investment by 1 billion euros($1.1 billion)....
US bonds rise on soft Chinese data, oil fears ...[ + ]
U.S. sovereign bonds rose on Tuesday, as weak trade data from China fueled concerns about downward pressure on global growth, pushing investors towards so-called safe haven assets. ...
China reopens border with Nepal for goods movement...[ + ]
Amid mounting pressure on Nepal's government over dwindling supplies of goods from India due to the ongoing violent agitation over the new Constitution, China on Tuesday reopened its border with Nepal in Tibet which Chinese officials say will see ......
Markets end lower as global stocks tumble; TCS Q2 results eyed...[ + ]
Markets participants are keenly awaiting the September 2015 quarter (Q2FY16) of the IT major, TCS...
Small businesses still not very optimistic, NFIB says...[ + ]
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - Small-business owners aren't very optimistic about the next few months. A increasing number expect sales to decline and the highest share since 2007 say they cannot find qualified workers, a trade group says. The National Fe...
Playboy to stop publishing nude photos of women, says they're 'pass '...[ + ]
Now you really might just read it for the articles. Playboy magazine has decided to stop running photos of fully nude women, in a bid to make itself more relevant....
Five Things the Gun Industry Won't Tell You...[ + ]
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