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Brexit may send EU 'down the drain' - German vice chancellor
Germany's vice-chancellor has warned the future of the EU could be in doubt if the UK's exit is handled badly. Sigmar Gabriel said the EU would go "down the drain" if other states followed Britain's lead and that the UK could not keep the "nice things ...
German Official Says US-Europe Trade Talks Have Collapsed, Blames Washington  NPR
German vice chancellor says can't see Turkey in EU anytime soon  Reuters
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Currency Traders Can't Lose as Trusted Strategies Reap Big Gains
Everyone's a winner in the $5.3 trillion-a-day global currency market this year. For just the second time in the past decade, three major foreign-exchange trading strategies are all producing positive returns.
Asia currencies head down the Jackson Hole  CNBC
Central Bankers Hear Plea: Turn Focus to Government Spending  New York Times
Could Trump turn the tide post-Labor Day?
Julian Zelizer is a professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University and a New America fellow. He is the author of "Jimmy Carter" and "The Fierce Urgency of Now: Lyndon Johnson, Congress, and the Battle for the Great Society.
Report: Laura Ingraham Tapped for Trump Debate Prep  Breitbart News
Amazon's Experiment With A 30 Hour Work Week - Going Cruising For Talent Among ...
Amazon has just announced that it is going to be trialling, on a small scale, 30 hour work weeks for some teams of staff. There's one obvious reason an employer might do this- get hours just a shade under 30 a week and there're no requirements or ...
Amazon Tests 30-Hour Work Week  Fortune
Amazon experimenting with shorter work week  KWCH
Health-care exchange sign-ups fall far short of forecasts
Enrollment in the insurance exchanges for President Obama's signature health-care law is at less than half the initial forecast, pushing several major insurance companies to stop offering health plans in certain markets because of significant financial ...
Health Insurers' Pullback Threatens to Create Monopolies  Wall Street Journal
Can Obamacare Be Saved?  Fortune
The laptop's godfather dies at age 75
It's easy to take the modern laptop for granted. Hundreds of millions sell every year. The most affordable models are even less expensive than high-end smartphones.
Laptop pioneer John Ellenby dies  Engadget
John Ellenby dies at 75  BetaNews
Personal finance: Pushing back retirement age to 70 would be harder on low ...
It sounds like a simple fix to the nation's immense problem of funding Social Security and Medicare for an aging country - just get everyone to work to 70, and the math works out a lot better.
How working while on Social Security affects your benefit  USA TODAY
How To Budget For Retirement  Forbes
Asian Stocks Lower, Except for Tokyo, on Yellen Speech
TOKYO - Most Asian stocks slipped Monday on remarks from the U.S. Federal Reserve late last week that the case has strengthened for raising interest rates, but the Tokyo market was an exception and gained on prospects for a strong dollar.
Shares in Asia mixed as Tokyo jumps on yen, Shanghai down slightly
Tokyo stocks open sharply higher on weak yen after Fed chief speech  Nikkei Asian Review
The Dakota Access Pipeline and 'the Law of Christendom'
Approval of the colonizing Dakota Access Pipeline project by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the resulting conflict with the Standing Rock Sioux Nation has a historical context.
American Indian tribes unite to protect Missouri River from pipeline  The Capital Journal
Pipelines: The Worst Way to Move Oil, Except For All the Rest  Fortune
Uber suspends services in Abu Dhabi
Taxi-hailing company Uber has suspended its service in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. Rival service Careem has also put its service there on hold, after some of its cars were stopped by authorities.
Uber, Rival Careem Suspend Services in UAE Capital Abu Dhabi  Bloomberg
Uber, Careem service disruption upsets residents