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A Day In Capri, Italy

Photo Courtesy of Simon & Schuster Photo Courtesy of Simon & Schuster Karina Halle is a former travel writer who lives on an island off the coast of British Columbia. She is the author of Racing The Sun, out now from sister company Simon & …
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Italy Eyes 24 Percent Corporate Tax Rate

30 July 2015 During his speech to the Ambassadors' Conference at the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on July 27, Premier Matteo Renzi disclosed that one of his objectives is to reduce Italy's headline corporate tax rate to 24 percent in 2017, …
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(Well)-Paid PhD Position In Physics Offered In Padova, Italy

Are you a post-lauream student in Physics, interested in pursuing a career in particle physics, and maybe with interest in advanced machine learning applications, with an eye to a great job after your PhD ? Then this posting is for you. The …
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Report: Italians eye Liverpool forward should bid for Hull striker fail

The Italian side are reportedly looking at alternatives to Abel Hernandez but there are several obstacles in a move for Borini. Serie A side Torino are eyeing a move for Liverpool striker Fabio Borini if a bid to sign Hull forward Abel Hernandez falls …
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Telecom Italia activates fibre service in Montebelluna

Telecom Italia has begun offering a high-speed fibre-optic broadband service in the town of Montebelluna in the northern Veneto region. The service has already been activated in 9,500 households, representing 80 percent of the population, and will be …

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Europe News

Atterbury enters Europe with €220m investment in  Cyprus

ATTERBURY Properties, a developer in SA, has launched Atterbury Europe as it makes its first foray overseas, the company announced on Thursday. Incorporated in the Netherlands, Atterbury Europe would focus on shopping centre investments and retail …
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Migrants Are Drowning as They Flee War and Poverty; Will Europe Continue Its Sea Rescues?

(Image: Jared Rodriguez / Truthout) This story could not have been published without the support of readers like you. Click here to make a tax-deductible donation to Truthout and fund more stories like it! As European officials squabble over monetary …
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Atterbury invests €200m to expand European footprint

© Reuse this By: Megan van Wyngaardt Creamer Media Contributing Editor Online Updated 1 hour 45 minutes ago South African property developer Atterbury has widened its European footprint, by investing in a €200-million retail portfolio in Cyprus, which …
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Bailed out EU economies are booming. Bar one

Spain was on the brink of collapse three years ago. Now the country is surging ahead. The fourth biggest economy in the eurozone has just reported its eighth successive quarter of growth, and the pace is picking up. Gross domestic product grew by an …

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MasterCard firms up Samsung Pay in Europe

Image courtesy of Stuart Miles at freedigitalphotos.net Tokenization services for app, eCommerce, and recurring billing card-on-file programs will be available to U.S. and Canadian merchants later this year July 30, 2015 0 NEW YORK, USA: MasterCard and …
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US News

Louisville minimum wage case may go straight to Kentucky Supreme Court

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) —  The legal battle over Louisville Metro’s new $7.75-per-hour minimum wage may be headed straight to the state Supreme Court. The business groups challenging Metro government’s authority to set the wage have asked the state’s high …
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U.S. asks Supreme Court to reverse major insider trading ruling

The U.S. Justice Department asked the Supreme Court on Thursday to reverse a federal appellate court’s ruling that authorities said limited their ability to pursue insider trading cases. Solicitor General Donald Verrilli filed a petition seeking review of …
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg reveals the 'most disappointing' Supreme Court decision of her career

Kevin LamarqueU.S. Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg (L) and Stephen Breyer chat before President Barack Obama's address to a joint session of CongressSupreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg still isn't happy about the 2010 Citizens …

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Yakub Memon case: Esteem of Supreme Court has risen tremendously, attorney general Mukul Rohatgi says

NEW DELHI: "Justice has prevailed for the families of those who lost their lives in the 1993 Mumbai blasts," attorney general Mukul Rohatgi said on Thursday on the Supreme Court ruling that came shortly before Yakub Memon was hanged. "I am …
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White House Press Briefing by Eric Schultz, July 29, 2015

Washington, DC—(ENEWSPF)—July 29, 2015 – 1:35 P.M. EDT   MR. SCHULTZ:  Good afternoon.  I have one announcement here at the top, and then we will take your questions.     On Monday, President Obama will address the second class of 500 Mandela Washington …
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Italian Business News

I killed a lion in Zimbabwe and it boosts business: NY pizzeria owner

CANANDAIGUA, N.Y. — As a Minnesota dentist faces global condemnation for killing a protected lion in Zimbabwe, a western New York pizzeria owner says the lion he bagged in the same African nation helps boost his business. Pudgie’s Pizza, Pasta and Subs in …
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Finmeccanica kicks off landmark business reorganisation

MILAN, July 30 – Italian defence group Finmeccanica has started a process to turn its businesses into divisions, it said on Thursday, a landmark move that will streamline its organisation and could lead to the sale of non-core assets. Finmeccanica said …
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Italy’s Berlusconi to finalise AC Milan stake sale

Italian former prime minister Silvio Berlusconiis to sign a binding pre-accord to sell 48 percent of his AC Milan soccer club to Thai businessman Bee Taechaubol in the next few days with a final deal to be inked after the summer, a source close to the …

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Italian Lawmaker Admits Government Totally Controlled by US in TTIP Deal

Business 14:21 30.07.2015(updated 14:32 30.07.2015) Get short URL MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The Italian government is fully controlled by the United States on the issues of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) agreement, Italian …
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Italian American Cultural Club planning 90th anniversary celebration for Oct. 11

July 30, 2015 Herald-Star 'Celebrate America' was the theme of the Italian American Cultural Club's July 13 dinner and business meeting held at St. Florian Hall in Wintersville where discussion was held on the club's upcoming 90th …
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Sports News

The Liverpool FC transfer targets that got away: What happened next?

So, after all that, it was Jose Mourinho – and Chelsea – who did it. Two years after Diego Costa rejected Liverpool FC’s advances, and 12 months after opting to play at Stamford Bridge, a new biography of the Brazilian-born striker has revealed how …

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Liverpool FC transfers: What became of Anfield nearly men and if missing move was for better or worse

So, after all that, it was Jose Mourinho – and Chelsea – who did it. Two years after Diego Costa rejected Liverpool FC’s advances, and 12 months after opting to play at Stamford Bridge, a new biography of the Brazilian-born striker has revealed how …

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Jose Mourinho vs Rafa Benitez: A feud that has lasted 11 years and how it turned sour 

Jose Mourinho and Rafa Benitez developed a rivalry over last 11 years The pair both joined the Premier League in the summer of 2004 Mourinho was appointed Chelsea manager while Benitez joined Liverpool Both men have also managed Inter Milan and now Real …
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Manchester United keen on Pedro with Di Maria exit close

Manchester United player Ashley Young is close to signing a new deal at the Old Trafford despite Tottenham Hotspur's interest in signing the English player. Swansea City have put a £25 million price tag on their captain Ashley Williams to put away …
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Championship sackings prove it is the toughest of all managerial challenges | Paul Wilson

The League Managers Association is worried about the Championship. Perhaps we all should be. For while as a second tier league its competitiveness, crowds and quality of football stand comparison with those of many a senior league from around the world, …

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