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Aug 29, 2010 at 12:01 | Source: Reuters
Briton Martin Laird fired a six-under 65 to surge into a three-shot lead after Saturday's third round of the Barclays tournament, the opening event of the FedExCup playoff series.
Sep 17, 2009 at 10:27 | Source: CNBC-TV18
A triple-digit gain on Wall Street after some decent economic news, the Dow Jones closed a 108 points higher, the Nasdaq up 30 and the S&P 500 rose 16 points.
Jul 17, 2006 at 18:38
Accenture launches new R&D facility in Bangalore, India. Company's 4th technology lab joins others in U.S. and France.
Jul 17, 2006 at 08:55
IT consulting and services major Accenture has set up its fourth R&D technology lab in Bangalore, which will be conducting research in the areas of systems integration and software engineering.

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Source:Business Week - By Scott Rose on June 13, 2012 Russia should overhaul its pension system and gradually increase the retirement age for men and women to 63 by 2030, said Antonio Spilimbergo, the head of the International Monetary Fund's mission to the country.

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Source:Business Week - By Scott Rose on June 05, 2012 Russian inflation held at a post- Soviet low last month even as the ruble's plunge threatens to fuel price growth, adding to the central bank's concerns about the higher cost of living in the second half of the year.

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Source:Business Week - By Scott Rose on May 10, 2012 Russia's central bank refrained from cutting interest rates for a fifth month, signaling determination to hold inflation at a record low. Bank Rossii in Moscow left the refinancing rate at 8 percent, the central bank said

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Source:Business Week - By Scott Rose on May 04, 2012 Russia's inflation rate fell to a post-Soviet low in April as prices for grains and vegetables fell from a month earlier. Consumer prices rose 3.6 percent in April from a year earlier, compared with the previous record of

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Source:Business Week - By Scott Rose on April 20, 2012 Russia's Finance Ministry has received 512 billion rubles ($17.3 billion) in special spending requests to the government's three-year budget that was published in December, including from President-elect Vladimir Putin,

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Source:Business Week - By Scott Rose on April 14, 2012 The United Nations should immediately resume talks with Syria on a monitoring mission to ensure that a cease-fire agreement is respected, Russia's Foreign Ministry said. The decision to recall UN negotiators has delayed

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Source:Business Week - By Scott Rose on March 26, 2012 OAO Rosneft, Russia's largest oil producer, plans to double its market value and become a global energy producer by 2030, RBC Daily reported, citing company documents. The state-run oil company plans to find four or five

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Source:Business Week - By Scott Rose on March 02, 2012 Vladimir Putin may ride out a wave of protests and return to the presidency on the back of an economic track record that he says marks Russia out from the turmoil sweeping parts of Europe. Polls show Putin, 59,

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Source:Business Week - By Scott Rose on March 01, 2012 Vladimir Putin may ride out a wave of protests and return to the presidency on the back of an economic track record that he says marks Russia out from the turmoil sweeping parts of Europe. Polls show Putin, 59,

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Source:Business Week - By Scott Rose on March 01, 2012 Vladimir Putin may ride out a wave protests and return to the presidency on the back of an economic track record that he says marks Russia out from the turmoil sweeping parts of Europe. Polls show Putin, 59,

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