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Date: 21 September 2005 (Crikey)When the stock market closed at a record high last night, it looked like Macquarie Bank had just ripped a net $660 million in value out of Melbourne-based Orica.
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Thatcher approves home business for taxidermist (Eastern Arizona Courier)A Thatcher taxidermist is now permitted to turn his hobby into a home business following Tuesday's decision by the Town Council.
Opera to give away browser in bid to boost market share (Boston Globe)A Norwegian maker of Internet browsing software hopes to imitate the success of the Firefox browser by using the same business tactic: giving the software away.
Park Homes growing quickly in Athens (Athens Review Online)It was gone for a while, but the specialty home business is back -- and rapidly expanding -- in Henderson County. Athens Park Homes celebrated its first year of business on Friday.
JANE GREIG (Austin American-Statesman)Can you put your life in a duffle bag? How quickly can you pack food, water and supplies for three days? What would you grab if you were told to evacuate because of a catastrophe? A teddy bear? A college diploma? The wedding photos? Cash?
Indian workers balk at unions (Boston Globe)From Europe and North America, India's offshore workers -- call center operators, data entry clerks, and telemarketers -- may seem like the sweatshop laborers of the information age, toiling long hours for meager pay.
Winter heating costto rocket (Boston Globe)Massachusetts average gasoline prices finally dropped below $3 a gallon yesterday following the post-Hurricane Katrina spike. But for Bay State consumers, the worst energy news is yet to come this winter.
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