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Southwest's oil swap trade waiver raises CFTC que...
Airlines Co keep its multibillion-dollar oil trades secret for 15 days offered the world's biggest low-cost carrier a break it has been seeking for three years. However, the decision to...
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Commodity Futures Trading Commission
2014 Year In Review (Part 2): Will 2015 Be The Ye...
... stunning. While 53% of adults earn less than $30,000 per year,ref 197 the rentier class—big-gun money managers—are muffin topping out at $3 billion.ref 198,199 David Tepper earned almost...
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�Crisis of confidence will come back again and ag...
... headed a campaign to deconstruct Piketty’s work, identifying “unexplained errors” in the data he used to prove his thesis. Nonetheless a few months later the FT named “Capital in the 21st...
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the Financial Times
2105: The Year of the Compliance-Created Cyber Co...
... regulation that reward bad practice and open up more vulnerabilities than they address. The biggest security risk now faced by employers is not outside hackers. It is compliance experts who...
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Chinese firm for Bay Bridge produced flaws in ano...
Greater Gabbard Offshore Wind Farm in the North Sea off Suffolk, England – is one of the world’s biggest wind-energy projects. Both were built between 2008 and 2011 in the same Shanghai, China,...
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Giving Away Louisiana, Part 5: State has given ba...
... well in Pennsylvania’s much shallower Marcellus Shale. That can make the tax exemption a bigger enticement, he said. So far, most of the drilling in the Tuscaloosa has happened in...
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Inside the push to draft Ben Carson for president
... decided to take the road of being very, very cautious. We don't want the [Federal Election Commission] knocking on our door. What happened during your encounter with him? It was about a...
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John Philip Sousa IV
Qunar or Alitrip: Which Will Be China's Travel Ta...
Like the e-commerce giant’s other market places, Alitrip is a platform for travel agencies big and small to set up online storefronts. Vendors on Alitrip have the same resources as Taobao and...
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FURY erupts on streets of Brussels over greedy US...
... between the EU, US and others that they believe would damage the 28-member-state bloc's data protection rights. More than 1,000 people marched in the centre of the EU quarter to protest...
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World Trade Organisation
The Burning Questions For 2015
... its face. Some neighbors bitterly resent China’s increasing assertiveness. Nonetheless, the big story in China today is not ‘ghost cities’ (how long has that one been around?) or...
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Congress Just Weakened Dodd-Frank. Now It Should ...
... package that hoped to prevent another financial crisis. “The Wall Street interests—the big banks—they’re back,” Democratic Sen. Richard Durbin of Illinois apocalyptically proclaimed a few...
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In 2015, EU aims to sweep away old rules on data ...
The European Commission is gearing up to solve some longstanding problems with outdated copyright and data protection laws and move ahead on new rules for roaming charges and net neutrality. During...
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Stock jump | Health care jobs | MetLife vs. feds
... - 6:57 am The Dow Jones industrial average closed yesterday up 421 points, to 17,778, its biggest gain since December 2011. The S&P 500 was also up, by 48 points, to close at 2061, and the...
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Drivers whiz through Victorian Village streets
... president of the Short North Civic Association. The city’s Transportation and Pedestrian Commission voted in January to increase the speed limit from 25 mph to 30 mph on parts of Neil, King...
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Ohio Department of Transportation
Cameron Russia warning, 100 attempts to sneak int...
Probation, HM Inspectorate of Prisons, HM Inspectorate of Constabulary, Ofsted, the Care Quality Commission, and Care and Social Service Inspectorate Wales. In two areas, inspectors found youth...
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The Prime Minister
The invisible kids of the streets
National Statistics Office reported. Not all of them have loving families. There is currently no data on street children with disabilities. In 1992, the Philippines enacted the Magna Carta for...
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Department of Social Welfare and Development
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Commission on Human Rights
Power out? The On Your Side Investigators look at...
... time it takes PGE crews to turn the power back on after storms has increased, according to PGE data. PGE spokesman Steve Corson said, "Outages and storm events are highly variable - the area that...
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Portland General Electric
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... Andrew O’Keefe, entrepreneur Dick Smith and The Checkout’s Kirsten Drysdale. SBS Comedy has commissioned its first online video series parodying key moments from the cult TV show Game of...
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British consumer confidence slides to nine-month ...
... expectations for household finances dropping off slightly. Still, the most recent official data show Britons have been confident in splashing out on big-ticket items. British retail sales...
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PennDOT surpasses road and bridge fixing goals
... in Pennsylvania: Told you so. Schoch was the catalyst of arguably Gov. Tom Corbett's biggest, most important legislative victory: the November 2013 passage of the largest road, bridge...
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