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California senator pleads not guilty to corruption

California senator pleads not guilty to corruptionSAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A suspended California state senator has pleaded not guilty to all charges for his alleged role in a San Francisco political corruption and organized crime case.

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South Africa's Woolworths set to buy Australia's David Jones for $2 billion

South Africa's Woolworths set to buy Australia's David Jones for $2 billionBy Byron Kaye SYDNEY (Reuters) - South African retailer Woolworths Holdings Ltd is set to buy Australia's second-largest department store David Jones for $2 billion, trumping an offer from Australian rival Myer Holdings Ltd with a hefty premium. The deal, the biggest for Woolworths to date, creates a leading southern hemisphere retailer that will benefit from greater scale and a common fashion seasonality, and comes as Australia's

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Not guilty plea in online drugs marketplace scheme

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The alleged ringleader of an online drug marketplace that sold everything from ecstasy to LSD has pleaded not guilty in Los Angeles to conspiracy and other federal charges.... Read more...

10 Lessons Learned From Failing

10 Lessons Learned From FailingIt may have been one of the lowest points in my life, but it was also the most thought-provoking.

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OnePlus vows its hotly anticipated Android phone will be the ‘fastest on the market’

OnePlus vows its hotly anticipated Android phone will be the ‘fastest on the market’Even though OnePlus revealed many of the specs of its highly anticipated CyanogenMod-powered One Android handset, the company has yet to reveal its full specs and features. However, OnePlus on Tuesday announced additional hardware details for the One, in anticipation of the April 23 launch event. After surprisingly announcing a few weeks ago that the OnePlus One will have a better processor (Snapdragon 801) than initially expected (Snapdragon 80

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Non-banks notch a win in long-running derivatives battle

Non-banks notch a win in long-running derivatives battleBy Lauren Tara LaCapra NEW YORK (Reuters) - A group of small brokerages and large commodities companies convinced lawmakers to tweak a rule that they say would have made derivatives trading more expensive for them and sent more business to Wall Street banks that already dominate the market. Companies including INTL FCStone Inc, Nomura Holdings Inc, Cargill Inc and Royal Dutch Shell Plc lobbied a congressional committee to change a rule proposed

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