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Facebook Tries to Calm Advertisers After Cambridge Analytica Crisis

[ad_1] A handful of marketers suspended advertising on Facebook Inc. as the company hustled to quell anxiety about its platform in the wake of revelations that an outside company improperly handled data on tens of millions of its users. In recent days, Facebook executives have been reaching out to advertising trade bodies, marketers and major […]

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Deadline For Filing Income Tax (I-T) Return Just One Week Away. Ten Things To Know Before April 1

[ad_1] You ought to file the income tax return even if you paid the income tax for the year Although the deadline for filing income tax (I-T) return is July 31 in the assessment year for the preceding year, there could be stray cases wherein tax payers skipped filing their income tax (I-T) returns within […]

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Markets rattled again by trade war fears after Chinese retaliation | Business

[ad_1] Global stock markets have been rattled again by fears of a trade war between the world’s two largest economics after China retaliated to Donald Trump’s plan to impose tariffs on up to $60bn (£42.4bn) worth of Chinese products. Hours after Trump announced the proposed import duties – which are expected to cover sectors such […]

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Russia ready with own alternative to international bank transfer system — RT Business News

[ad_1] Global oil giant Rosneft has prepared itself for shutdown of SWIFT interbank cash transfer services, should Russia be shut out of the system as part of Western sanctions. A Russian equivalent of SWIFT was tested by Rosneft in December, Gazprombank Vice-President Andrey Korolyov told TASS news agency. It is the first time that the […]

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How Countries Won U.S. Tariffs Exemptions: Retaliation Threats, Intense Lobbying and an Emphasis on Alliances

[ad_1] Updated March 23, 2018 10:51 p.m. ET The Trump administration began punishing imports of steel and aluminum from around the world early Friday—but not metal coming from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, the European Union, Mexico and South Korea. An hour before the global tariffs took effect, the White House released proclamations signed by President […]

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‘We Trust You’, Says Income Tax Department To Taxpayers Ahead of March 31 Deadline

[ad_1] Income tax returns cannot be filed without a permanent account number (PAN). Taxpayers are sometimes scared that the income tax department might hound them with tax notices. However, the income tax department on Friday assured taxpayers saying, “We trust you. Less than 1 per cent of income tax returns are selected for scrutiny/investigation. So […]

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Arizona Gov. Ducey signs bill to rein in clean-energy ballot measure

[ad_1] APS power lines.(Photo: The Republic) Gov. Doug Ducey on Friday signed a bill that minimizes penalties for electric companies that don’t meet potential clean-energy rules that could be added to the state Constitution. There are no clean-energy rules in the state Constitution today, but a group funded by wealthy political activist Tom Steyer is […]

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Trade war: America and China are on the brink

[ad_1] by Charles Riley   @CRrileyCNN March 23, 2018: 11:50 AM ET The United States and China have fired the dramatic opening shots of what could become a trade war. But it’s what happens next that matters most. President Donald Trump announced on Thursday that he would impose tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese […]

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MPs to investigate gender pay gap amid fears scheme falls short | Society

[ad_1] MPs are to investigate the difference in average pay for men and women, amid fears the government’s new scheme to highlight the gender pay gap is not telling the true story. Executive pay and bonuses will also come under the spotlight in a business, energy and industrial strategy (BEIS) select committee investigation which kicks […]

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