Eagle’s sale could redefine paper’s role in community The Wichita EagleSun, 2:11 PM PST A decision on the sale of The Wichita Eagle’s parent company may be only weeks away and could determine the newspaper’s direction — and what you read in it — for years to come. PM’s support unsure even in the North Bangkok PostSun, 05 Mar 2006 12:14 PM PST Chiang Mai _ Even in this northern city, Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra’s hometown, not all people are standing by his side in the current political conflict.

Many people are cautious when discussing calls for the premier to end his leadership, preferring to keep their opinion to themselves. Countdown for Myer sale News InteractiveSun, 05 Mar 2006 2:00 PM PST THE Coles Myer board will decide in less than a fortnight on the possible sale of the $800 million-plus Myer department store business after being briefed on at least three formal offers for the 61-store chain. With deal, Old West town plans can proceed El Paso TimesSun, 05 Mar 2006 2:04 AM PST Florida condominium developer Jerry Wallace and Cornudas Cafe owner May Carson have reached an agreement on the sale of her land — the last piece Wallace needs for his Wallacetown resort plans. REAL ESTATE: Avoid capital gains tax with a `like-kind’ exchange The Charlotte ObserverSun, 05 Mar 2006 4:06 PM PST This is another in a series of realty tax tips.

Do you own a rental or investment property that would produce a large taxable capital gain if you sell that property? Would you like to avoid paying any capital gain tax on your sale? On Freecycle, your trash can turn into a treasure The Charlotte ObserverSun, 05 Mar 2006 4:06 PM PST I had a broken lawnmower. It was a fine mower, except for the not-starting thing, and I figured that surely somebody, somewhere, would want it. You know, for the parts. Rules, records for valid sale The TelegraphSun, 05 Mar 2006 2:01 PM PST ABDUR REZZAK MOLLAH, state land and land reforms minister, met readers of The Telegraph on February 24 to answer their queries. Participants included Rahul Roy, Md Aamiruzzaman, Sandip Banerjee, Subhadyuti Datta, Amirul Islam, Chanchal Gupta, Swapan Datta Gupta and Sujoy Das RANDY COHEN: THE ETHICIST: Subtleties of for-sale world Contra Costa TimesSun, 05 Mar 2006 4:31 AM PST Q: My wife and I signed a contract to buy an apartment. The sellers’ fast-talking real-estate broker assuaged our fears that new development might block the spectacular river views. We subsequently learned that development is planned within two years.

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