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While you were sleeping: Greece to seek extension
Thu, 19th Feb 2015
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wall street
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greece
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exxon mobil
Wall Street moved lower amid disappointing US economic data as investors awaited the release of the minutes of the January Federal Reserve meeting.
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While you were sleeping: Cisco jumps
Fri, 13th Feb 2015
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Wall Street climbed, bolstered by gains in shares of Cisco and a ceasefire agreement between Russia and Ukraine, and optimism about Greek debt talks.
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UPDATE: Infratil, NZ Super Fund buy RetireAustralia for A$640.2 mln
Mon, 29th Dec 2014
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power / energy
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metlifecare
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cios
Infratil and the New Zealand Superannuation Fund will buy Australia's fourth-biggest retirement village operator RetireAustralia for A$640.
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World Week Ahead: Stocks power higher
Mon, 24th Nov 2014
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business confidence
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inflation
Wall Street begins a holiday-shortened week at record highs as investors eye a meeting of the world's top oil exporters to see whether they will cu.
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Would you pay $10 for no Facebook ads?
Thu, 25th Jul 2013
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apple
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technology gifts
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advertising
Social media giant is due to report its Q2 results today with eyes fixed on advertising revenue. But would you pay for an ads-free experience each month?.
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Microsoft offers free Windows 8.1 updates
Wed, 15th May 2013
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microsoft
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windows
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jpmorgan chase
As Microsoft begins its product overhaul of Windows 8, the company will unveil a free Windows 8.1 update on June 26.
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iPad 3: why bother?
Mon, 19th Sep 2011
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apple
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mobility
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tablets & laptops
Apple's iPad 2 reigns supreme in the tablet world, leading analysts to advise against rushing the iPad 3 release amidst weak competition.
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Email giant hacked
Sun, 1st May 2011
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cybersecurity
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email
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cios
Millions of names and email addresses stolen from Epsilon's database in a cyber attack, putting high-profile clients at risk.