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  • 2y
    fxtime fxtime
    When does the Trump Tax fanfare begin ?
    2y
    fxtime fxtime
    FWIW my guess is that there will be a new Dollar coin minted in gold ofcourse with the blessed Trump face on one side as he always...
    2y
    yuiyui yuiyui
    I heard tax cuts can be quick but not changes to the tax code which needs to go through congress
  • Editor’s Picks / 18 May 2015 at 2:05 GMT

    Alibaba sued by luxury brands over alleged counterfeit goods

    Business Spectator
    Paris-based Kering, the owner of several of the world’s best-known luxury brands has filed a fresh lawsuit against Alibaba, writes Gillian Wong. The challenge is the latest to the Chinese e-commerce giant’s assertions that it fights the sale of counterfeit goods on its platforms. The lawsuit alleges that Alibaba and its associated companies “knowingly encourage, assist, and profit from the sale of counterfeits on their online platforms”. Alibaba said the complaint had no basis and that it has a “strong track record” of helping brands fight counterfeits.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 23 September 2014 at 13:00 GMT

    Jimmy Choo IPO asks investors to foot the bill

    New York Times
    Luxury shoemaker Jimmy Choo's London IPO marks the first time that a high-end standalone footwear brand has gone public, and the New York Times' Chad Bray and Vanessa Friedman say that it could be a huge step for the sector. The offering, in which the British shoemaker is expected to sell at least a 25% stake of its new holding company, could see Jimmy Choo valued at over $1 billion.
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