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Breaking news Mon, 21 Apr 2014
Cooking Oil - Sunflower Oil. (ps1)
Business   Farming   Markets   Photos   Wikipedia: Sunflower oil  
Demand for sunflower oil may grow 50% next year
With burgeoning middle class households in the country, edible oil imports will rise by close to 25 per cent next year, said Satendra Aggarwal, Chief Operating Officer, Ruchi Soya Industries Ltd, the ... (photo: WN / patricia) The Hindu
Russia's 'oil sickness' erodes urgency for reform, critics say
Hours   Moscow   Photos   Russia   Sickness  
Russia's 'oil sickness' erodes urgency for reform, critics say
MOSCOW — It can take Moscow residents two hours in dense traffic to drive the first 10 miles on the highway to St. Petersburg, in the direction of their country cottages surrounded by lakes and ... (photo: WN / Marzena J.) The Los Angeles Times
South Korean rescue helicopters fly over a South Korean passenger ship Angry Relatives Of South Korea Ferry Passengers Clash With Police
A family member of a passenger missing after the South Korean ferry "Sewol" capsized demonstrates in front of police during a protest in Jindo calling for a meeting with President Park and demanding t... (photo: AP / Yonhap) Business Insider
MS Sewol   Photos   Seoul   South korea ferry disaster   Wikipedia: 2014 South Korean ferry capsizing  
The Yahoo flag flies at Yahoo headquarters in Sunnyvale, Calif., Monday, April 20, 2009. The Final Count Is In: Ex-Yahoo COO Henrique De Castro Gets A $58 Million Severance Package
Henrique de Castro | Here's one final reminder of the massive pay package COO Henrique De Castro got for his limited time at Yahoo.  | Yahoo released its proxy statement last night. And in the pr... (photo: AP / Paul Sakuma) Business Insider
Henrique De Castro   Marissa Mayer   Photos   Wikipedia: Henrique De Castro   Yahoo  
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Employees of Korea Internet Security Center work after computer networks at two major South Korean banks and three top TV broadcasters went into shutdown mode en masse, at a monitoring room in Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, March 20, 2013. Internet Speeds In South Korea Really Do Blow Away The Rest Of The World
One of the most fascinating things I learned after spending a week in Seoul, South Korea was how connected the country is. | There's free WiFi just about anywhere you go,... (photo: AP / Han Jong-chan) Business Insider
Internet   Internet in South Korea   Photos   Seoul   Wikipedia: Internet in South Korea   World  
Exterior of Facebook headquarters in Palo Alto, Calif., Monday, Jan. 3, 2011. The 10 Companies That Tried To Buy Facebook
Facebook isn't just popular with its 1.3 billion (and counting) users. | According to The Facebook Effect, Fortune editor David Kirkpatrick's brilliantly-r... (photo: AP / Paul Sakuma) Business Insider
David Kirkpatrick   Facebook   Internet   Photos   The Facebook Effect   Wikipedia: Facebook  
A Palestinian youth displaying a logo Facebook and the WhatsApp's on the computer and Galaxy in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip on February 22, 2014. Facebook Inc's purchase of fast-growing mobile-messaging start-up WhatsApp for 9 billion stunned the markets but analysts said the deal made strategic sense as it will solidify the social network's position as a leader in mobile. Photo Ahmed Deeb / WN Facebook Is Trying To Change Its Huge Privacy Problem
Facebook wants people to stop getting frustrated with the company’s privacy settings. Well, good luck with that. | Almost any change Facebook makes to privacy contr... (photo: WN / Ahmed Deeb) Business Insider
Facebook Privacy   Internet Security   Photos   Social Media   Wikipedia: Facebook  
A child trying to sleep. Arianna Huffington Offers 7 Tips For Getting A Better Night's Sleep
Getting adequate sleep can allow you to make the most of your workday. | Arianna Huffington is one of the most vocal proponents of getting more sleep. | She installed two... (photo: WN / Yolanda Leyba) Business Insider
Book   Exercise   Health Benefits   Photos   Wikipedia: Arianna Huffington  
Bitcoin banknote Investor Group Offers To Buy Mt. Gox Bitcoin Exchange For $400
Mark Karpeles, CEO of Mt. Gox. | See Also | (Reuters) - A group of investors is seeking to buy bankrupt bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox for a token payment of one bitcoin, or ab... (photo: Creative Commons / CASASCIUS) Business Insider
Bitcoin bankruptcy   Currency   Photos   Stock Exchange   Wikipedia: Bitcoin  
Cooking Oil - Sunflower Oil. (ps1) Demand for sunflower oil may grow 50% next year
With burgeoning middle class households in the country, edible oil imports will rise by close to 25 per cent next year, said Satendra Aggarwal, Chief Operating Officer, R... (photo: WN / patricia) The Hindu
Business   Farming   Markets   Photos   Wikipedia: Sunflower oil  
Exploration Defence & Security
Tribeca Docs ‘Virunga’ and ‘Tomorrow We Di
Focus shifts to financing deals
FTA key to high currency flow
Mongolia: 'The Gobi desert is a horrible place to work&#
Relatives of missing passengers aboard the sunken ferry Sewol cry after listening to a TV news program reporting the names of the victims found dead, at a gymnasium in Jindo, South Korea, Sunday, April 20, 2014.
South Korea ferry disaster: Families protest over rescue operation
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Abandon ship? In recent maritime disasters, captains break n
Workers At A Chinese Adidas Shoe Supplier Continue Their Mas
No One's Buying Chinese Economic Doomsday Insurance
China Is Cracking Down Hard On Online Porn
South Korean Coast Guard police officers on a boat carry the body of a passenger believed to have been trapped in the sunken ferry Sewol in the water off the southern coast near Jindo, south of Seoul, South Korea, Sunday, April 20, 2014.
S.Korea president likens ferry tragedy to murder
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Oil Gas
KL another week of consolidation
On the Indonesian island of Sumatra, enjoying a glimpse of t
Singapore stocks end almost flat
Bursa Malaysia pre-tax profit rises 13pc in Q1 2014
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It's national vs local issues in Tamil Nadu (Election Sp
Russia Writes Off Majority of N.Korea Debt
Japan trade deficit quadruples on-year in March to $14 bn
Japan logs record $134B trade deficit in FY 2013
For $3000, you can own one of the world's smallest cafs
For $3000, you can own one of the world's smallest cafés
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Pollution & Spills Oil & Gas Market
Transformer catches fire at Duke Energy plant in St. Pete
Toxic waste kills fish in Dumka village
RPT-INSIGHT-Compensation battle rages four years after BP
Jamaica impresses on climate change
For $3000, you can own one of the world's smallest cafs
For $3000, you can own one of the world's smallest cafés
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No One's Buying Chinese Economic Doomsday Insurance
It's national vs local issues in Tamil Nadu (Election Sp
Asia top stories: weekly summary
Asian shares mixed in holiday-thinned trade
President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, centre, in a wheelchair, waves as he leaves after voting in the presidential elections in Algiers, Thursday, April 17, 2014. Algerians are trickling into the polls to elect a new president of this oil-rich North African nation in an election expected to be won by the ailing incumbent. President Bouteflika has ruled this nation for the past 15 years and, despite suffering from a stroke, is running for a fourth term on a platform of stability. His young nephew, no name given, walks behind him.
Algeria's ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika wins reelection
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