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Amazon—Secrets On Finding Deals

Amazon Secret Deals

People tend to look for great deals on shopping online. Here are some secrets on finding deals with Amazon.

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2016 Tips On How To Shop Smartly For Holiday

Tips On Shopping for Holiday

Holiday is right around the corner and people will be doing their shopping. Here are some tips for you to get great deals for your shopping.

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Oil Prices Dip: OPEC Russia Cuts Off

Oil Prices Goes Deep, OPEC Russia Cuts Off

Investors had already opted out after crude oil dips off.

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Shell Oil Company To Think About Green Energy Deals

Shell Oil Company To Think About Green Energy Deals

Shell company is said to be studying the fact that they could go greener for tem to prepare on future after oil.

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Cyber Monday: How To Get The Best Deals

Get The Best Deals For Cyber Monday

Here are some tips and guidelines for you to get the best deals there is this Cyber Monday.

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Charlie Strong Replaced by Tom Herman

Tom Herman had moved to Texas

Tom Herman is a former coach of Houston and was headed to Texas to replace Charlie Strong for the upcoming season.

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Best Cyber Monday Deals for Technology

Best Cyber Monday Deals for Technology

Cyber Monday is just right around the corner and to help you find better the deals you want, here are some of te great items on sale.

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Black Friday: Things You Need To Know Before Shopping

Things To Know For Black Friday

Black Friday is fast approaching and as a tradition, people tend to go shopping because they can get the items they want in a discounted price so here are some things you need to know before shopping.

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Fiorelli

Synova Capital Sold UK Handbag Maker TLG Brands to Hong Kong's Global Brands Group

Synova Capital has sold its UK fashion accessories brand TLG Brands to Hong Kong’s Global Brands Group. Under Synova’s ownership, TLG Brands has been seeing strong growth and more presence in international as well as online markets.

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Woolworths Supermarkets Ahead Of Annual Results

Woolworths considers pulling out of Masters, following a Lowe’s buyout

The supermarket giant, Woolworths has finally announced its decision to wrap up its home improvement project, Masters. After incurring heavy losses for almost four years, chairman Gordon Cairns has decided on selling or shutting down the operations. For this, the company his approached its joint venture partner, Lowe's, to buy out its 33.3% stake in Masters., but it may take several months to sort out the exit options.

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TUI to Rescue Hapag-Lloyd Sale

TUI in talks with investors on Hapag stake sale

TUI AG is in talks with investors interested in buying its stake in Hapag-Lloyd as an option in its long-planned exit from the German shipping company, TUI's chairman told a newspaper.

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Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Some senior Merrill brokers leave, BofA executives concerned - sources

A number of high-profile brokers have left Bank of America Corp's (BAC.N) Merrill Lynch wealth management unit in recent weeks, and top executives at the company have grown concerned enough to ask business head John Thiel to explain the departures, three sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.

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Duracell batteries

P&G to exit Duracell battery business

Procter & Gamble Co (PG.N) said it would exit its Duracell battery business, likely through a splitoff into a separate company, as it looks to focus on faster-growing brands.

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BNY Mellon

BNY Mellon China JV gets regulator approval for exit of U.S. partner

A unit of Bank of New York Mellon Corp, one of the largest wealth managers in the United States, has won regulatory clearance for the sale of its stake in a joint venture with China's Western Securities Co Ltd , as a shake-out continues among partnerships in the country's financial industry.

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Citibank

Citi pulls consumer banks from 11 markets, posts higher profit

Citigroup Inc (C.N) said on Tuesday it would exit consumer banking in 11 more markets, as the most international of the big U.S. banks looks to shrink its way to better profits.

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