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Thu, 21 Aug 2014 09:24:22 GMT
British Jihadist becomes world's most wanted man after beheading U.S. journalist - A British jihadist named John has become the world's most wanted man after the beheading of the United States journalist James Foley. According to the Mirror, the jihadist is said to be an educated man from London's East End. There were claims that .

Fri, 01 Aug 2014 01:00:04 GMT
Deep-Pocketed Bayern Munich Is Open for Business in US - New York Times
New York Times- - New York TimesGermany won the World Cup last month with seven Bayern players; eight others were also on World Cup rosters. Now the team is in the United States, having defeated Chivas Guadalajara of Mexico, 1-0, on Thursday night at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, N.J., . .

Sat, 16 Aug 2014 11:37:16 GMT
In The World Stock Market, US Stocks Look Safest - Business Insider
Business sentiment is already on edge in Germany as Europe's largest economy deals with reduced trade with Russia. An index of Russian equities <.MCX has dropped 6 percent for the year so far. Against that backdrop, U.S. stocks - backed by earnings . .

Fri, 15 Aug 2014 23:10:36 GMT
Chocolates, Arsenal and Warren Buffett: the 10 priciest stocks in the world - Sydney Morning Herald
While the investment world fixates on Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway stock cracking $US200,000 per share for the first time, there are some other listed company where you'd get little change for that kind of money. Take US-based Bactolac . .

Thu, 21 Aug 2014 21:59:37 GMT
Goalkeeper Tim Howard taking break from US team - News & Observer
Howard starred in this year's World Cup in Brazil, particularly in a second-round 2-1 loss to Belgium in which he made 15 saves. He is United States' career leader for goalkeepers in appearances (104) and wins (55). He has played every minute for the U .

Wed, 20 Aug 2014 22:49:19 GMT
Kidnapping Westerners is big business - USA TODAY
Hostages from the United States and Great Britain, which do not pay ransom, are more likely to be executed or put on display for political purposes, he says. Islamic State . STORY: Obama: "The entire world is appalled' by beheading. STORY: Parents of .Before Killing James Foley, ISIS Demanded Ransom From USNew York TimesFoley's beheading 'declaration of war'Press TVBritish Muslims Say A 'Jihadi-Cool' Subculture Is Helping ISIS Recruit WesternersBusiness Insider AustraliaRIA Novosti -Times of Indiaall 8,593 news articles .

Wed, 20 Aug 2014 13:10:26 GMT
Despite Lip Service, Silicon Valley Venture Capital Still A Man's World - NDTV
Despite Lip Service, Silicon Valley Venture Capital Still A Man's World - The numbers compare to 15 percent of executive officers at Fortune 500 companies, 24 percent of tenured faculty at U.S. business schools, and 20 percent of the U.S. Senate - all areas that have shown gains for gender parity in recent years while . .

Tue, 19 Aug 2014 10:04:45 GMT
The New Digital Nomads—Run Your Business From Anywhere in the World - Yahoo Travel
“Online technology is the key to giving us this lifestyle,” Nalisha said, but learning to run the business on the road was the easy part. For some, accepting the idea and getting over fear can be the real challenge. “Mindset is everything,” she said .

Tue, 19 Aug 2014 15:58:24 GMT
Maersk did not specify in what regions its activity is growing, but the WTO sees trade increasing in the United States, some parts of Europe and many developing countries. The Copenhagen-based group, which also has operations in the oil and drilling . .

Fri, 22 Aug 2014 06:03:42 GMT
Execution of US journalist James Foley reveals changing business of war ... - Daily News & Analysis
A chilling video showing the execution of United States journalist James Foley by Islamist militants marks the second time an American reporter has been beheaded by captors overseas, echoing the murder of Wall Street Journal correspondent Daniel Pearl . .