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As Fed nears rate hikes, policymakers plan for 'brave new world'
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen attends a news conference after chairing the second day of a two-day meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee to set interest rates in Washington, DC, U.S.
Yellen Speaks Japanese  Seeking Alpha
Federal Reserve Common Myths  ValueWalk
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Uber, rival Careem suspend services in UAE capital Abu Dhabi
Dubai - Ride-hailing service Uber and a chief competitor have unexpectedly suspended services in the United Arab Emirates capital of Abu Dhabi.
Uber, Careem services halted in Abu Dhabi  Trade Arabia
Uber and Careem services halted in Abu Dhabi  The National
Carl Icahn shopped a portion of his Herbalife stake, but in a twist ended up ...
Carl Icahn bought more than two-million additional Herbalife shares late on Friday, but according to sources the billionaire investor may have been interested in exiting his position earlier in August—but only for the right price.
Ackman and Icahn Contradict Each Other on Herbalife Stock  New York Times
Carl Icahn Bought 2.3M Herbalife (HLF) Shares Today, Rips Bill Ackman  StreetInsider.com
Here's What Parents Of Kids With Life-Threatening Allergies Think Of The ...
“This isn't just an over-the-counter product. You can't put a price tag on life.” 08/27/2016 12:06 pm ET. 1.6k. Lauren Weber The Morning Email Editor, The Huffington Post.
Other viewpoints: Beware the company you keep  Columbus Dispatch
Is Mylan on its Way to Being the New Valeant?  Bidness ETC
Chlorine leak in W.Va. under control
Authorities say a chlorine leak in West Virginia that sent at least two people to a hospital is under control. Media reports say the leak was detected Saturday when emergency authorities said a chemical cloud from the Axiall Corp.
Ruptured Railcar Inside Axiall Plant in New Martinsville Spews Noxious ...  Wheeling Intelligencer
Chlorine Leak From Railcar Closes Axiall Corp. Chemical Facility in West ...  Wall Street Journal
Don't trash trade; it works for us
The presidential election is fast approaching, and the candidates are bashing international trade. Both are opposed to the latest trade deal, the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Progressive groups urge Clinton to lead fight against a TPP vote  The Hill
TPP failure could derail Abe reforms in Japan  Politico
Amazon launching physical bookstores in Chicago, San Diego, Portland, report says
The move follows what some had seen as an experiment in the launch in 2015 of a physical bookstore in Amazon's headquarter city of Seattle.
Amazon plans to open a physical bookstore in Chicago in 2017  Daily Mail
This City Is Getting Amazon's Latest Physical Bookstore  Fortune
Large sinkhole snarls traffic on Turnpike in Miami-Dade
In May 1981, a sinkhole in Winter Park opened up gulping down 250,000 cubic yards of soil, five Porsches from a foreign car repair shop, the deep end of an Olympic-size swimming pool, chunks of two streets and a three-bedroom home.
Sinkholes close southbound Turnpike near Miami  Palm Beach Post
Sinkhole on Turnpike, Southbound lanes shut down in Miami  WPEC
US Corporate Profits Climb as GDP Ticks Down to 1.1%
A divide at the heart of the U.S. economy—consumers ramping up spending while businesses pulled back—has left overall growth stuck in the slow lane for now.
Why Isn't the Economy the Issue?  Power Line (blog)
Wayne Allyn Root: Obama and Hillary Have Created GDP: Gross Domestic Poverty  Breitbart News
Michigan State Police warn of IRS scam mimicking Flint post phone number
FLINT TWP., MI -- The Michigan State Police Flint post received several calls Friday after people said they received a call from people posing as troopers demanding money for IRS debts.
IRS Phone Scammers Target Gardner Residents, Police Department  CBS Local
Did You File a Tax Extension in 2016? You Need to Read This  Madison.com