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Sports Direct's failure quits after row over his lavish lifestyle. BILLIONAIRE Mike Ashley took over the running of Sports Direct yesterday when chief executive Dave Forsey quit after being made the fall guy for its troubles. Shares in the retail giant rose 5.4 pc, or 15.90 p, to 302.80 p as Ashley took the helm with immediate effect."/>
Ashley's fall guy walks out [Daily Mail, London]
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Starbucks because you have to order food or things like that, you can lease this space," Ideation Station management consultant Ruth E. N. Cox Williamson said."/>
Ideation Station offers temporary office space in Downtown Sherman [Herald Democrat, Sherman, Texas]
Hotel's therapy dog shares the love [The Kansas City Star]
Roxbury project gets remake [Boston Herald]
Apple has to justify to all its loyal and prospective consumers to make up for its sliding profits, which are a result of shipments slowing down and a massive failure of iPhone SE to impress customers from emerging markets. The company has also thrown in some other bonus chips such as keeping the price of the phone same and doubling the memory from an unsatisfactory 16 GB."/>
Apple iPhone 7 Plus initial review: Better camera, battery life but not the best [Hindustan Times, New Delhi]
Marriott International Inc plans to open 19 new hotels in Thailand within the next five years to serve the rising number of tourists, particularly for the meetings and incentives sector. The move follows Marriott's recent merger with Starwood Hotels& Resorts Worldwide Inc to become the largest hotel chain in the world. Regan Taikitsadaporn, Marriott's chief human resources officer for Asia-Pacific, said the meetings, incentives, conventions and..."/>
Marriott has 19 Thai hotels in pipeline [Bangkok Post, Thailand]
Apple has to justify to all its loyal and perspective consumers to make up for its sliding profits as a result of shipments slowing down and the massive failure of iPhone SE to impress customers from emerging markets. The company has also thrown in some other bonus chips such as keeping the price of the phone same and expanding the memory from a unsatisfactory 16 GB to 32 GB."/>
Apple iPhone 7 Plus first look: Better camera, battery life but not the best [Hindustan Times, New Delhi]

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