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Fantasy Aces Bankruptcy Hurts Antitrust Argument For FanDuel And DraftKings Merger – Forbes - February 02, 2017

Forbes Fantasy Aces Bankruptcy Hurts Antitrust Argument For FanDuel And DraftKings Merger Forbes On Tuesday, the daily fantasy sports operator Fantasy Aces declared for bankruptcy after, according to Legal Sports Report, allegedly co-mingling personal and player funds while lacking the money to pay .

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Super stalwart Andrea Slattery steps down from SMSF Association – The Australian - February 02, 2017

The Australian Super stalwart Andrea Slattery steps down from SMSF Association The Australian She will be replaced by John Maroney, the former chief executive of the Actuaries Institute of Australia and former federal government chief actuary. He is currently working in Switzerland as the head of ca.

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Vanguard Natural becomes latest oil firm to file for bankruptcy – Reuters - February 02, 2017

Markets Insider Vanguard Natural becomes latest oil firm to file for bankruptcy Reuters Feb 2 Oil and natural gas explorer Vanguard Natural Resources LLC filed for bankruptcy protection, adding to a long list of energy firms that have succumbed to weak oil prices. The company said it signed an agree.

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REFILE-BRIEF-Vanguard Natural files for bankruptcy – Reuters - February 02, 2017

REFILE-BRIEF-Vanguard Natural files for bankruptcy Reuters WASHINGTON, Feb 2 U.S. House Speaker Ryan on Thursday said Republicans in Congress plan to tackle tax reform in the spring, after first grappling with their effort to reform the nation's healthcare system, he told Fox News in an intervi.

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Retail rot spreads to Australia’s high-profile fashion labels – The Sydney Morning Herald - February 02, 2017

The collapse of national fashion brands Marcs and David Lawrence has added another 1130 workers to the retail rout that claimed close to 2000 jobs in the sector before Christmas. And retail insiders claim the rot that took down Payless Shoes and Pumpkin Patch in December has spread to Australia'.

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Retail rot spreads to Australia’s high-profile fashion labels – The Age - February 02, 2017

The collapse of national fashion brands Marcs and David Lawrence has added another 1130 workers to the retail rout that claimed close to 2000 jobs in the sector before Christmas. And retail insiders claim the rot that took down Payless Shoes and Pumpkin Patch in December has spread to Australia'.

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