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A Large Stake in Rolling Stone Is Being Sold to This Singaporean Company

Singapore’s BandLab Technologies will buy 49% of Rolling Stone magazine from publisher Wenner Media and plans to expand the business into new markets and boost its profile in Asia, the two companies said in a statement. The acquisition could lift the music magazine’s brand in Asia, where its ...

Fortune · 2 hours ago

Over 75% of Britain's CEOs Are Considering Moving After Brexit

The U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union has left more than three-quarters of chief executive officers saying they would consider moving their headquarters or operations outside Britain, according to a survey of 100 business leaders by the accountancy firm KPMG. Some 72 percent of the CEOs ...

Bloomberg · 3 hours ago

The collective cost of late fees is close to $300 million, Commonwealth Bank research shows

Australians were hit with a shocking financial penalty of $286 million for failing to pay their bills on time in the past year, a new survey shows. Previous slide Next slide Video duration 01:47 Report exposes unfair electricity fees Video duration 02:11 Lindt siege police response in question ...

Brisbane Times · 1 hour ago

FOREX-Dollar sways vs yen and euro, U.S. presidential debate awaited

* USD off lows but wobbly as market braces for political events * Dollar fares better against Aussie, loonie after oil slide (Updates prices, adds details and quotes) By Shinichi Saoshiro TOKYO, Sept 26 (Reuters) - The dollar wobbled against the yen and euro on Monday, cautiously held in a narrow ...

Yahoo! Finance · 3 hours ago

John Oliver Rips Wells Fargo a New One

The ‘Last Week Tonight’ host blasted Wells Fargo—and its CEO John Stumpf—for its recent defrauding of customers. It had been close to a month since we’d last seen John Oliver spew well-researched venom on his HBO series Last Week Tonight . In the interim, Oliver and his staff picked up an ...

Daily Beast · 43 minutes ago

Gold steady as dollar falls vs yen; U.S. politics in focus

REUTERS - Gold prices held steady on Monday as the dollar fell against the yen, with markets shifting their focus towards U.S. politics ahead of a presidential debate. FUNDAMENTALS * Spot gold had edged up 0.1 percent to $1,338.82 an ounce by 0052 GMT. * U.S. gold futures gained 0.1 percent to ...

Yahoo! Finance · 2 hours ago

Asian shares slip, U.S. presidential debate awaited

TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares began the week under a cloud on Monday after losses on Wall Street, as investors' attention turned from central banks to American politics ahead of the first U.S. presidential debate. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was down 0.1 percent in ...

Yahoo! Finance · 6 hours ago

Whitehaven serves up success to coal doubters

| The death spiral for coal miners has been effectively rebutted with the five-fold surge in the share price of Whitehaven Coal so far this year thanks to the spike in coal prices on the back of China's move to rein in domestic coal production. The company's shares were up again on Monday, this time ...

Sydney Morning Herald · 3 hours ago

The BOJ Will Whip Out Every Possible Tool to Hit Its Inflation Target

Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Monday the central bank stood ready to use every possible policy tool to achieve its 2% inflation target. “There is no better opportunity than now to completely get out of deflation. Talking about the limits of monetary policy does not help at all,” ...

Fortune · 47 minutes ago

BACKROADS: Tarnished trophy witness to musical history

Cleaning out closets often turn into adventures ambling down curious paths. The task also raises questions never before asked. Take for example, when Temple City Federation of Women’s Clubs members recently cleared away some “old stuff” from a long-ignored storage room at the clubhouse during ...

Temple Daily Telegram · 1 hour ago