Financial Times  Sep 17  Comment 
Sportswear chains help pre-tax profits double to almost £20m, defying England’s early exit from World Cup and offsetting fashion store losses
Bloomberg  Sep 16  Comment 
Tony Stewart Crash Probe to Be Referred to Grand Jury The investigation of a fatal crash at a New York racetrack involving three-time Sprint Cup Series champion Tony Stewart...
The Hindu Business Line  Sep 16  Comment 
Targeting two lakh Indian tourists in 2014-15, the Australian Tourism is gearing up to be “India Ready”, said Nisahant Kashikar, Country Manager (India & Gulf), Tourism Australia.
DailyFinance  Sep 16  Comment 
The 2014 Ryder Cup is just around the corner, but the countdown to the prestigious tournament between the United States and Europe began a decade ago for this year’s host, Gleneagles Hotel in Perthshire, Scotland....
guardian.co.uk  Sep 16  Comment 
The sharing economy is reducing pay to a pittance and eroding employment rights as the poor bid against each other for work Smartphones at the ready: TechCrunch has given Alfred, an outsourcing app for your most menial tasks, its Disrupt Cup an...
Benzinga  Sep 16  Comment 
Analysts at Deutsche Bank upgraded shares of 500.com Ltd (NYSE: WBAI) to Buy and maintained the $40 price target Tuesday. Following Monday's sell off, coupled with post-World Cup momentum, Alan Hellawell III sees upside in shares of 500.com...
The Economic Times  Sep 15  Comment 
Paes reflects on how a turnaround in Davis Cup tie against Serbia was scripted, a difficult year & ambition to play at his 7th Olympic Games in 2016.
Forbes  Sep 15  Comment 
A video, Why Starbucks Spells Your Name Wrong, has gone viral in the last few days, garnering more than six million views to date. It's a hilarious take by Paul Gale on the practice of Starbucks writing your name on your special order coffee cup....
Forbes  Sep 14  Comment 
If the CSA truly believes that artificial surfaces are acceptable for World Cups then in the interests of transparency they should announce now that their bid for 2026 will be based on stadiums having artificial surfaces.
Motley Fool  Sep 14  Comment 
Curated timelines may be how Twitter solves one of its biggest problems.




 




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