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Germany's Gabriel says poorly handled Brexit would see Europe go down the ...
A British flag and an EU flag are seen in front of a monitor displaying a graph of the Japanese yen's exchange rate against the U.S.
Merkel's Deputy Wishes He'd Given Neo-Nazis Both Fingers  New York Times
Germany's Sigmar Gabriel defends middle finger gesture  BBC News
Central Bankers Spurn Call for Radical Approach at Jackson Hole
Central bankers aren't retreating from the fight against low inflation, although they're wary of launching a fresh assault on any daring new fronts.
Wall St Weekahead-Jobs data to be a big deal for record-high stocks  Reuters
Trifecta Stocks: Sleepy Week Ahead? Not Hardly
Social Security: All about retroactive benefits
I've been saving up questions involving the payment of retroactive Social Security retirement benefits. Here they are. Q: I will be age 70 in October.
2016's Best and Worst Cities to Retire In  Bloomington Pantagraph
How not to die hungry: turn your 401(k) into a pension
Uber, Careem Suspend Services in UAE Capital
It's a temporary suspension, but the details are vague. Ride-hailing services Uber and Careem have suspended services in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, since Saturday and did not know when they could resume operations, they said on ...
Uber, Rival Careem Suspend Services in UAE Capital Abu Dhabi  Bloomberg
Focus on teacher licensing, moral education
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 attempting to shorten standard 40-hour work week
Politics|Can Clinton Save Health Overhaul From Its Mounting Problems?
WASHINGTON - With the hourglass running out for his administration, President Barack Obama's health care law is struggling in many parts of the country.
Health-care exchange sign-ups fall far short of forecasts  Washington Post
How consumers can cope with rising health insurance premiums  The Tennessean
US economy grew at tepid 1.1 percent pace in spring
WASHINGTON (AP) - The U.S. economy expanded at a sluggish 1.1 percent pace this spring as businesses sharply reduced their stockpiles of goods and spent less on new buildings and equipment.
The Market Is Not Rigged
US Corporate Profits Climb as GDP Ticks Down to 1.1%  Wall Street Journal
Global Central Bankers Unite in Plea for Help From Governments
To shock economies into new growth, banks need to inspire consumer confidence. Central bankers in charge of the vast bulk of the world's economy delved deep into the weeds of money markets and interest rates over a three-day conference here, and ...
BOJ's Kuroda Says Ready to Ease as Jackson Hole Debates Options  Bloomberg
BOJ's Kuroda vows 'no hesitation' on more QE, lower negative rates  CNBC
Lockheed Could “Fail to Deliver” F-35 Capabilities on Time, Says Pentagon Tester
Software shortcomings continue to hamper the long-troubled program. In an August 9th memo obtained by Bloomberg last week, the Pentagon's director of testing, Michael Gilmore, wrote that the program to develop the next-generation F-35 fighter jet is ...
Pentagon weapons tester: F-35 fighter jet has 'significant' problems  CNN
Pentagon's head tester has concerns over F-35 fighter jet  AOL News
Guebert: The last free trader in America
In fact, the only national politician four-square in favor of global trade and its latest multi-nation deal, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP, is no one anyone could have seen in that role: Barack Obama.
Don't trash trade; it works for us
TPP failure could derail Abe reforms in Japan  Politico