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  • Job done, now job wanted for Robson-Kanu

    LILLE: Hal Robson-Kanu put Wales into a major tournament semi-final for the first time in their history with a superb goal on Friday but he has a challenge beyond facing Portugal — finding a new club...

    On the day his contract expired at English second-tier club Reading, the 27-year-old striker got a boost for a CV that a month ago looked like taking him nowhere fast as he battled an ankle injury to even make the Euro 2016 squad
  • Bias toward women in online job markets

    In online labour markets that connect freelancers with companies offering work, women have an advantage over men in being hired for gender-neutral jobs, say Jason Chan of the University of Minnesota and Jing Wang of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology...

    Such online markets have grown rapidly in recent years...

  • US is ‘looking closely’ at online sales taxes

    The Trump administration is weighing whether to support online sales taxes that could give state governments’ greater flexibility in their budgets...

    While Americans are technically expected to report taxes on online transactions, the rule is rarely followed or enforcedSome analysts have questioned the feasibility of that plan because it would cut federal investments in infrastructure by tens of billions of dollars...

  • Online sales of sacrificial animals

    MONEY is flowing fast into the sacrificial animals business, while the growing use of online marketing continues to reshape the market dynamics...

    Meanwhile, the online sale of animals is also expected to rise...

  • FBR begins online sales tax collection

    ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has started collection of sales tax electronically from taxpayers from July 1, 2016...

    An official statement issued on Wednesday said that the Controller General of Accounts (CGA) with the assistance of the FBR has developed a software, which is now being used for automated verification of Sales Tax Registration Number (STRN) and deduction of applicable rates of sales tax from the vendors’...

  • India drug regulator asks states to halt online sales

    India's drugs regulator has asked all states to enforce a court directive prohibiting online medicine sales, a senior government official said on Tuesday, raising industry concerns it could disrupt some online businesses...

    India is yet to finalise regulations for online drug sales, or e-pharmacies, but the growth of several online sellers such as Medlife, Netmeds, Temasek-backed PharmEasy and Sequoia Capital-backed 1mg has threatened...

  • India police charge Amazon executives over online marijuana sales

    Indian police have charged executives from Amazon's local arm over claims the US retail behemoth's online portal was used to smuggle and sell marijuana...

    The drugs case is the latest legal headache for the online marketplace's Indian arm, which is also facing an anti-trust probe along with Walmart subsidiary Flipkart...

  • Make job creation a cornerstone of CPEC: Pakistan Business Council

    KARACHI: The Pakistan Business Council (PBC) has urged economic managers to ensure that the existing industry is not undermined by special economic zones (SEZs) being set up under the China-Pakistan Econo­mic Corridor (CPEC)...

    In a document titled Age­nda for the Economy released on Wednesday, the policy advocacy platform comprising the country’s prominent private sector businesses called for making net job creation and correcting...

  • Peter Moores turns down Pakistan coaching job

    Former England coach Peter Moores has turned down an opportunity to succeed Waqar Younis as the new Pakistan coach, the 53-year-old Englishman said...

    Coaching Pakistan, traditionally a fractious bunch of talented individuals, is one of the toughest jobs in international cricket and Younis stepped down a disillusioned man last month after the team's poor World Twenty20 display in India...

  • Govt plans Pakistan Steel job cuts to limit salary bill

    ISLAMABAD: The government has decided rationalising the workforce of Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM) to minimise the salary bill being paid out of federal budget...

    Therefore, it has asked PSM to consider options available under the Pakistan Commercial and Industrial Employment Ordinance of 1968 to keep its manpower at bare minimum essentially required to operate a closed mill...

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