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BRIEF-Alphabet Inc appoints Roger Ferguson member of board

* Alphabet Inc says on June 24, 2016, board of directors appointed Roger Ferguson to serve as a member of board and audit committee of board

MIDEAST MONEY-Statistics fog raises risk as cheap oil hits Gulf

DUBAI, June 29 A sharp revision of economic data in Saudi Arabia suggests its economy may be weaker than previously thought, underlining the risks which investors in the Gulf face as they try to estimate the damage caused to the region by low oil prices.

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Russian Finance Minister says may borrow more on domestic markets this year if needed

MOSCOW Russia may borrow more on the domestic market this year if needed to compensate for the fact that it has not borrowed all it can on external markets, Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said on Wednesday.

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Russian FinMin says may borrow more on domestic mkt this year if needed

MOSCOW, June 29 Russia may borrow more on the domestic market this year if needed to compensate for the fact that it has not borrowed all it can on external markets, Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said on Wednesday.

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BRIEF-Money Square Holdings files lawsuit against GAITAME ONLINE CO., LTD

* Says the company filed a lawsuit against GAITAME ONLINE CO., LTD, regarding compensation for patent infringement, on June 29

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VW agrees to buy back diesel vehicles, fund clean air efforts

WASHINGTON German automaker Volkswagen AG will pay as much as $15.3 billion after admitting it cheated on U.S. diesel emissions tests for years, agreeing to buy back vehicles from consumers and provide funding that could benefit makers of cleaner technologies. | Video

Volkswagen diesel deal could be a win for many companies

Volkswagen AG's $15.3 billion settlement of allegations that it cheated on diesel engine pollution tests promises a substantial boost for federal and state efforts to expand electric vehicle sales, and could also help producers of commercial trucks and buses and other heavy equipment.

Volkswagen diesel deal could be a win for many companies

June 28 Volkswagen AG's $15.3 billion settlement of allegations that it cheated on diesel engine pollution tests promises a substantial boost for federal and state efforts to expand electric vehicle sales, and could also help producers of commercial trucks and buses and other heavy equipment.

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COLUMN-Why VW was smart to fold in emissions cheating case: Frankel

New York June 28 - A few years back, the German automaker Porsche hired Robert Giuffra of Sullivan & Cromwell to defend the company against fraud suits by hedge funds that alleged they lost more than $3 billion shorting Volkswagen shares.

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BRIEF-A. Schulman reports Q3 earnings per share $0.53

* Reaffirms FY 2016 adjusted earnings per share view $2.40 to $2.45

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Director's cut: Best-paid corporate boards

A seat on a corporate board is nice work if you can get it, especially at three companies that pay their directors more than $100,000 per meeting. A Reuters Special Report.  Full Article