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BRIEF: Business notebook: Achievements, 8-21 [The Blade, Toledo, Ohio]
NRG Energy's Elrama Power Plant and FirstEnergy Corp.' s Mitchell plant just a few miles upstream each burned coal for decades along the Monongahela River before closing three years ago as environmental regulations and competition from cheaper natural gas started squeezing out such older, coal-fired plants. I'd say monstrosities, "said..."/>
Western Pa.'s coal site 'monstrosities' re-envisioned [The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review]
Briefcase 8/21/16 [The Leader-Telegram, Eau Claire, Wis.]
Detroit Free Press Susan Tompor column [Detroit Free Press]
Marriott-- changed names again this year and is now The Edward Hotel and Convention Center. It is named for current owner Edward Gong, a Chinese-born businessman..."/>
Former Dearborn Hyatt aims to regain stars, class [Detroit Free Press]
EasyJet. There is no evidence yet of a bid on the cards, but the speculation alone was enough to push shares up for a second consecutive day. While some have suggested US leasing company AerCap could make an offer, others have proposed that a private equity firm could bid up to pounds sterling 16 a share or that founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou might increase his stake."/>
Daily Mail, London, market report column [Daily Mail, London]
Daily Mail, London, business briefs column [Daily Mail, London]
Huarong International Financial Holdings Limited is pleased to announce its results for the six months ended 30 June 2016 today. During the Period, benefiting from the brand "China Huarong" and sustained business expansion, the Group recognized a significant growth of the results. The total revenue of the Group surged by 965.9% from Last Period to approximately HK $558 million, and the profit attributable to owners of the Company increased by 189.6% from..."/>
Huarong International Financial (Stock code: 993.HK)Announces Its Outstanding 1H2016 Earnings Results with Net Profit Surged by 189.6% to Approximately HK$218 million
Ohio job growth tops national rate [The Blade, Toledo, Ohio]
Cairn India brand will remain intact and no restructuring will take place at the company after its merger with parent Vedanta Ltd, Tom Albanese, chief executive officer, Vedanta, said in a conference call on Friday. He also said the company had received a good response from some shareholders and proxy firms on the revised terms of the merger. "Cairn India runs its own operations while Vedanta runs its own."/>
No restructuring at Cairn post merger: Vedanta [Mint, New Delhi]
RBL Bank IPO gets subscribed 66% on Day 1 [Mint, New Delhi]
Geo Group said Friday it doesn't expect to lose federal prison business despite a U.S. Justice Department decision to end prison-management contracts with private companies. "There's been an overreaction to the news about the contracts," Geo chairman and CEO George Zoley said in a conference call Friday."/>
Boca's Geo Group expects contract renewals despite federal plan to end private prison operation, CEO says [Sun Sentinel]
Knoxville Center Mall sold [The Knoxville News-Sentinel, Tenn.]

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