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[WORLD POLITICS]#REBRANDING:DONALD TRUMP CUTS AD BUDGET, APOLOGIZES ON 2005 LEWD COMMENTS. TAKE A LOOK:
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​Just weeks before Election Day, the Trump campaign has cancelled ad reservations in several crucial battleground states which includes North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Iowa, Colorado, New Hampshire, Maine and Florida as confirmed by Kantar Media (an ad tracking firm). The news was first reported by the political unit at NBC. The breakdown of the cuts was provided to sources. Hit the jump: Florida: $741k cancelled West Palm -$217k,  Jacksonville -$169k,  Ft. Myers -$105k,  Mobile -$60k, Tallahassee, -$55k,  Panama City...

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Saturday, 08 October 2016
[COMMUNITY] #CSR: AGENDA COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER IS OUT. GET YOURS NOW. DETAILS:
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Agenda newspaper is the first indigenous and privately owned monthly Newsprint in Mowe/ibafo community areas of Ogun state Nigeria.Owned by Mr Austin Ejeke, Mr Ejeke talks about the challenges of selling newspaper in Mowe/ibafo community areas. Also more light is shed on the ongoing road constructions on this road causing untold hardship to the community. Watch out for the website and our excerpts on MD/CEO AGENDA MEDIA Mr Austin Ejeke. You can order a copy for 100Naira or chose an...

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Monday, 01 August 2016
[LUXURY BRANDS] #AUTOMOBILE: PORSCHE INDIA DIRECTOR SAYS HE STARTED HIS CAREER AS A DOOR-TO-DOOR SALESMAN. READ EXCERPTS:
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When Pavan Shetty completed his bachelor’s degree in Commerce in the late 1990s, he was faced with a difficult personal challenge. He had to nurse a close family member for a prolonged illness. This meant full-time attention at home and not much time for further studies or to look for a job. A year went by, and though things didn’t get better on the personal front, the graduate decided it was time he found a job. Starting from a door-to-door...

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Wednesday, 13 July 2016
[BRAND NEWS] MTN FINED $5.2BN BY NCC, MAY RESHUFFLE ITS MANAGEMENT BOARD IN NIGERIA.
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The telecom firm, MTN, seems to have run into more trouble as its stocks fell for a third day in Johannesburg to a three-year low. The stock declined 2.6 percent to 155.85 rand by the close in Johannesburg, the lowest since October 2012. That values the company at 288 billion rand ($21 billion), about 63 billion rand less than at the start of the week. Almost 17 million shares were traded yesterday, or more than twice the three-month daily average....

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Thursday, 29 October 2015