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Variety
British Government to Start Laying Groundwork for E.U. Withdrawalto take years and that has already rattled markets around the world. Cameron p
British Government to Start Laying Groundwork for E.U. Withdrawal
Variety / Posted 15 minutes ago
to take years and that has already rattled markets around the world. Cameron pledged that Britain’s decision to leave the E.U. would not mean a lapse into isolationism. He said that maintaining close links with Britain’s neighbors remained... Read more
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KIII Corpus Christi
Supreme Court Strikes Down Texas Abortion Clinic Regulationsthe bloc. The petition, which was posted before Thursday’s vote, said the gover
Supreme Court Strikes Down Texas Abortion Clinic Regulations
KIII Corpus Christi / Posted 28 minutes ago
the bloc. The petition, which was posted before Thursday’s vote, said the government should hold another referendum on E.U. membership if the votes for the "Leave" or "Remain" side are less than 60 percent in a turnout of fewer than 75 percent... Read more
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KIII Corpus Christi
Panama Canal Expansion Could Benefit Our Portthe bloc. The petition, which was posted before Thursday’s vote, said the gover
Panama Canal Expansion Could Benefit Our Port
KIII Corpus Christi / Posted 28 minutes ago
the bloc. The petition, which was posted before Thursday’s vote, said the government should hold another referendum on E.U. membership if the votes for the "Leave" or "Remain" side are less than 60 percent in a turnout of fewer than 75 percent... Read more
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Fortune
Sizing Up Brexit’s Damage to American Businessthe situation looked worse, not better. Which raises the question of why a cha
Sizing Up Brexit’s Damage to American Business
Fortune / Posted 50 minutes ago
the situation looked worse, not better. Which raises the question of why a change in relations between Britain and the E.U. would cause U.S. stocks to drop like an anvil. Many people were puzzled by this. Think of the answer in three... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Dow, off 310, slammed again on "Brexit Blues"markets around the world seek stability after Friday's global selloff after the
Dow, off 310, slammed again on "Brexit Blues"
The Record Searchlight / Posted an hour ago
markets around the world seek stability after Friday's global selloff after the Brexit vote, or vote by Britain to exit the E.U., high-level policy makers around the globe were taking steps to reassure nervous investors. The United Kingdom's... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Dow, off 310, slammed again onmarkets around the world seek stability after Friday's global selloff after the
Dow, off 310, slammed again on
The Arizona Republic / Posted an hour ago
markets around the world seek stability after Friday's global selloff after the Brexit vote, or vote by Britain to exit the E.U., high-level policy makers around the globe were taking steps to reassure nervous investors. The United Kingdom's... Read more
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Fortune
Hate Crimes Surge in the U.K. After Brexit Votecommunity and other minority groups. In Wales, businesswoman Shazia Awan, who c
Hate Crimes Surge in the U.K. After Brexit Vote
Fortune / Posted an hour ago
community and other minority groups. In Wales, businesswoman Shazia Awan, who campaigned for the U.K to remain in the E.U. was told to “pack her bags and go home.” It also emerged that cards saying “Leave the EU: No more Polish vermin” were... Read more
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Salon.com
John Oliver’s amazing Brexit rant: No one has torn apart the disastrous vote better than thisit, but it’s tainted somehow.” Oliver noted that the U.K. now has only two yea
John Oliver’s amazing Brexit rant: No one has torn apart the disastrous vote better than this
Salon.com / Posted an hour ago
it, but it’s tainted somehow.” Oliver noted that the U.K. now has only two years to hammer out its “independence” from the E.U. — settling debts, establishing new trade deals, setting migration rules, etc. — while “lives hang in the balance.” One... Read more
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The Mercury News
Brexit raises questions for global tech industryraised many questions for the global technology industry. In Britain, a majori
Brexit raises questions for global tech industry
The Mercury News / Posted 2 hours ago
raised many questions for the global technology industry. In Britain, a majority of tech firms were against leaving the E.U. A technology industry group survey found that 87 percent of British technology firms wanted to stay in the European... Read more
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NBC News
Brexit Fallout: Dow Drops 200, Continues Decline After U.K. Votehad been wiped off the global market — the biggest loss in five years. Read Mo
Brexit Fallout: Dow Drops 200, Continues Decline After U.K. Vote
NBC News / Posted 2 hours ago
had been wiped off the global market — the biggest loss in five years. Read More: Brexit Redux? Petition for Second E.U. Vote Hits 3 Million Signatures The surprise outcome of the Brexit vote left many companies reeling — and scrabbling for... Read more
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KCCI 8 Des Moines
Is Donald Trump hurting himself?visit to Trump-branded golf resorts in Turnberry and Aberdeen unfolded on Frida
Is Donald Trump hurting himself?
KCCI 8 Des Moines / Posted 2 hours ago
visit to Trump-branded golf resorts in Turnberry and Aberdeen unfolded on Friday just hours after Britain voted to quit the E.U. after more than four decades. Flying into Europe's worst political storm of the post-war era, Trump could have... Read more
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Silicon Valley
Brexit raises questions for global tech industryraised many questions for the global technology industry. In Britain, a majori
Brexit raises questions for global tech industry
Silicon Valley / Posted 2 hours ago
raised many questions for the global technology industry. In Britain, a majority of tech firms were against leaving the E.U. A technology industry group survey found that 87 percent of British technology firms wanted to stay in the European... Read more
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USA Today
Brexit: U.S. firms' jobs could leave U.K.already seeing rumors that certain teams and financial services will be moved f
Brexit: U.S. firms' jobs could leave U.K.
USA Today / Posted 2 hours ago
already seeing rumors that certain teams and financial services will be moved from London to other parts of the E.U," said Raoul Ruparel, co-director of Open Europe, an independent think tank remained neutral on the U.K.... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
European Union Ambassador Urges Ghana Government to Sign Interim Economic Partnership AgreementNon-traditional exports of Ghana will not enjoy duty-free and quota-free access
European Union Ambassador Urges Ghana Government to Sign Interim Economic Partnership Agreement
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 hours ago
Non-traditional exports of Ghana will not enjoy duty-free and quota-free access to the European Union (E.U.) market if Ghana does not sign the Interim Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) by October 2016, William Hanna, E.U. Ambassador to Ghana, has... Read more
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NBC News
Brexit Fallout: Stocks Set to Continue Decline After U.K Votehad been wiped off the global market — the biggest loss in five years. Read Mo
Brexit Fallout: Stocks Set to Continue Decline After U.K Vote
NBC News / Posted 3 hours ago
had been wiped off the global market — the biggest loss in five years. Read More: Brexit Redux? Petition for Second E.U. Vote Hits 3 Million Signatures The surprise outcome of the Brexit vote left many companies reeling — and scrabbling for... Read more
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KIII Corpus Christi
Understanding Oral Anticoagulantsthe bloc. The petition, which was posted before Thursday’s vote, said the gover
Understanding Oral Anticoagulants
KIII Corpus Christi / Posted 3 hours ago
the bloc. The petition, which was posted before Thursday’s vote, said the government should hold another referendum on E.U. membership if the votes for the "Leave" or "Remain" side are less than 60 percent in a turnout of fewer than 75 percent... Read more
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KIII Corpus Christi
More Than 3 Million Sign Petition Calling for Second EU Referendum, After UK Votes To Leavethe bloc. The petition, which was posted before Thursday’s vote, said the gover
More Than 3 Million Sign Petition Calling for Second EU Referendum, After UK Votes To Leave
KIII Corpus Christi / Posted 3 hours ago
the bloc. The petition, which was posted before Thursday’s vote, said the government should hold another referendum on E.U. membership if the votes for the "Leave" or "Remain" side are less than 60 percent in a turnout of fewer than 75 percent... Read more
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Fortune
Read Boris Johnson's Idea of What Comes Next in the Brexit Dramaable to go and work in the EU; to live; to travel; to study; to buy homes and t
Read Boris Johnson's Idea of What Comes Next in the Brexit Drama
Fortune / Posted 3 hours ago
able to go and work in the EU; to live; to travel; to study; to buy homes and to settle down (Editor’s note: under existing E.U. law, these rights are given only to members of the E.U.’s Single Market; they come with the obligation of accepting the... Read more
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Newsmax
Brexit Adds Headwinds to US Companies Slowing Spendingcorporations face difficult strategic challenges - including assessing the U.K.
Brexit Adds Headwinds to US Companies Slowing Spending
Newsmax / Posted 4 hours ago
corporations face difficult strategic challenges - including assessing the U.K.'s future status as a gateway to the E.U. and London's role as a financial center - that could crimp spending enough to reduce potential growth levels and real... Read more
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Roll Call
So Far, Brevenge Not So Tastyhad “sort of” hoped for did hit them particularly hard. All of the grown-ups i
So Far, Brevenge Not So Tasty
Roll Call / Posted 4 hours ago
had “sort of” hoped for did hit them particularly hard. All of the grown-ups in the establishment said that leaving the E.U. would only hurt the U.K.’s economy, in both the short and long term, but voters answered in essence that they were so... Read more
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Christian Today
US evangelicals hail British vote to leave EUbox, to change course when needed." He appeared to suggest the vote related to
US evangelicals hail British vote to leave EU
Christian Today / Posted 5 hours ago
box, to change course when needed." He appeared to suggest the vote related to a rejection of secularism, saying: "The E.U. constitution is completely void of any reference to God – it is entirely secular," Johnson said. "The British government... Read more
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The Star
British stocks and pound continue to slide after Brexit votenot approach the lows hit last Friday in the hours after the official result wa
British stocks and pound continue to slide after Brexit vote
The Star / Posted 5 hours ago
not approach the lows hit last Friday in the hours after the official result was declared in the referendum on Britain's E.U. membership. The British pound is now at one of its lowest levels against the dollar in decades. Media and entertainment... Read more
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The Express-Times
New Easton boutique dazzles with interior decorating flairpreparing the shop at 245 Northampton St. since November. Originally from Ital
New Easton boutique dazzles with interior decorating flair
The Express-Times / Posted 6 hours ago
preparing the shop at 245 Northampton St. since November. Originally from Italy, Vanin-Agrusa majored in fashion design at E.U. Ruzza Fashion & Design Institute. She later worked on shoe design in Italy, and moved to America 20 years ago and... Read more
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Variety
British Stocks and the Pound Continue to Slide after Brexit Votenot approach the lows hit last Friday in the hours after the official result wa
British Stocks and the Pound Continue to Slide after Brexit Vote
Variety / Posted 6 hours ago
not approach the lows hit last Friday in the hours after the official result was declared in the referendum on Britain’s E.U. membership. The British pound is now at one of its lowest levels against the dollar in decades. Media and entertainment... Read more
6h
CNN
Is Donald Trump hurting himself?visit to Trump-branded golf resorts in Turnberry and Aberdeen unfolded on Frida
Is Donald Trump hurting himself?
CNN / Posted 6 hours ago
visit to Trump-branded golf resorts in Turnberry and Aberdeen unfolded on Friday just hours after Britain voted to quit the E.U. after more than four decades. Flying into Europe's worst political storm of the post-war era, Trump could have... Read more
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The Christian Post
Brexit Fallout: Stocks Tumble and EU Asks UK to Leave 'As Soon As Possible'2016. Days after United Kingdom voters decided through referendum to leave the
Brexit Fallout: Stocks Tumble and EU Asks UK to Leave 'As Soon As Possible'
The Christian Post / Posted 6 hours ago
2016. Days after United Kingdom voters decided through referendum to leave the European Union, foreign ministers from the E.U.'s six founding member states asked Britain to start the exit process and designate a new prime minister as soon as... Read more
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Market Watch
These events — but not Brexit — are reasons to sellare plenty of things that should make an investor consider selling their mutual
These events — but not Brexit — are reasons to sell
Market Watch / Posted 6 hours ago
are plenty of things that should make an investor consider selling their mutual funds. Brexit — Britain’s exit from the E.U. — is not one of them. Neither is the Grexit, the dePartugal, the Czechout, the Big Finnish or whatever clever name gets... Read more
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The Morning Call
Market volatility continues as investors digest Brexit vote's implicationsuncertainty after Prime Minister David Cameron, who had called the referendum b
Market volatility continues as investors digest Brexit vote's implications
The Morning Call / Posted 7 hours ago
uncertainty after Prime Minister David Cameron, who had called the referendum but campaigned for Britain to stay in the E.U., pledged to step down in October. Opposition lawmakers from the Labour Party attempted to unseat their leader, Jeremy... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
‘What have we done?’ County votes for Brexit, then realizes EU might stop sending moneyasking, “What have we done?” The county is heavily dependent on the more than
‘What have we done?’ County votes for Brexit, then realizes EU might stop sending money
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 8 hours ago
asking, “What have we done?” The county is heavily dependent on the more than 60 million British pounds ($82 million) in E.U. subsidies per year that are transferred to the region and that have helped finance infrastructure projects and education... Read more
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New York Magazine
Brexit Sparks Coup Attempt, Resignations, and ‘Utter Chaos’ in U.K. Politicsannouncement, the opposition Labour Party is now facing its own leadership cris
Brexit Sparks Coup Attempt, Resignations, and ‘Utter Chaos’ in U.K. Politics
New York Magazine / Posted 8 hours ago
announcement, the opposition Labour Party is now facing its own leadership crisis. Labour supported remaining in the E.U., but for months leader Jeremy Corbyn was accused of failing to do enough to rally supporters to the cause. And since the... Read more
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CBS News
"Brexit Friday" leaves buying opportunity for long-term investorswill abound that the U.K. will fall into recession, and questions will be raise
"Brexit Friday" leaves buying opportunity for long-term investors
CBS News / Posted 9 hours ago
will abound that the U.K. will fall into recession, and questions will be raised about the economic health of the remaining E.U.," he added. Here's Stovall's calming advice to nervous investors: "Overall, I would recommend that investors think more... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Understanding Brexit: The Powerless Press Their Thumb In The Eye Of The Power Elitehouseholds have seen their quality of life and living standards stagnate or dec
Understanding Brexit: The Powerless Press Their Thumb In The Eye Of The Power Elite
Zero Hedge / Posted 9 hours ago
households have seen their quality of life and living standards stagnate or decay during the U.K.'s membership in the E.U. The benefits touted by the Power Elite are either illusory or too modest to matter to these households, and their rage... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Market volatility continues as investors digest Brexit vote's implicationsuncertainty after Prime Minister David Cameron, who had called the referendum b
Market volatility continues as investors digest Brexit vote's implications
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 10 hours ago
uncertainty after Prime Minister David Cameron, who had called the referendum but campaigned for Britain to stay in the E.U., pledged to step down in October. Opposition lawmakers from the Labour Party attempted to unseat their leader, Jeremy... Read more
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Reuters
Brexit adds headwinds to U.S. companies slowing spendingcorporations face difficult strategic challenges - including assessing the U.K.
Brexit adds headwinds to U.S. companies slowing spending
Reuters / Posted 11 hours ago
corporations face difficult strategic challenges - including assessing the U.K.'s future status as a gateway to the E.U. and London's role as a financial center - that could crimp spending enough to reduce potential growth levels and real... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Brexit adds headwinds to US companies slowing spendingcorporations face difficult strategic challenges - including assessing the U.K.
Brexit adds headwinds to US companies slowing spending
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 11 hours ago
corporations face difficult strategic challenges - including assessing the U.K.'s future status as a gateway to the E.U. and London's role as a financial center - that could crimp spending enough to reduce potential growth levels and real... Read more
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The Columbian
Market still volatile after Brexit voteuncertainty after Prime Minister David Cameron, who had called the referendum b
Market still volatile after Brexit vote
The Columbian / Posted 11 hours ago
uncertainty after Prime Minister David Cameron, who had called the referendum but campaigned for Britain to stay in the E.U., pledged to step down in October. Opposition lawmakers from the Labour Party attempted to unseat their leader, Jeremy... Read more
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Middletown Times Herald-Record
Stocks tumble after Britain votes to leave the EUgradually grew more confident, based on polls and the changing odds in the bett
Stocks tumble after Britain votes to leave the EU
Middletown Times Herald-Record / Posted 12 hours ago
gradually grew more confident, based on polls and the changing odds in the betting market, that Britain would stay in the E.U. They sent the pound to its highest price of the year and sold bonds, pushing their yields higher. Those gains were... Read more
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The New Yorker
The United Kingdom: An OxymoronUnion. The reply, to global amazement, was “No.” Almost fifty-two per cent of v
The United Kingdom: An Oxymoron
The New Yorker / Posted 12 hours ago
Union. The reply, to global amazement, was “No.” Almost fifty-two per cent of voters expressed a desire to leave the E.U. In effect, the country has turned to Europe, with a brave smile, and declared, “We’re sorry, but it’s over. To be frank,... Read more
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The New Yorker
Afghanistan’s Theorist-in-ChiefU.N. mission in Kabul supervised an audit. James Cunningham, the American Ambas
Afghanistan’s Theorist-in-Chief
The New Yorker / Posted 12 hours ago
U.N. mission in Kabul supervised an audit. James Cunningham, the American Ambassador at the time, recalls, “The U.N. and E.U. people really worked their asses off, being accused every day of malfeasance by one side or the other. There were... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
U.S. investors wary of further falloutare likely to remain in turmoil as the long, complicated process of (the United
U.S. investors wary of further fallout
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 13 hours ago
are likely to remain in turmoil as the long, complicated process of (the United Kingdom's) economic divorce from the E.U. is negotiated," Soros also forecast. In the United Kingdom, alarm over the impact of a break from the European Union... Read more
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The Atlantic
A Plea for Rapid Resolution of the Brexituncertainty will extend for a while to come. Lagarde recognized the balance bet
A Plea for Rapid Resolution of the Brexit
The Atlantic / Posted 14 hours ago
uncertainty will extend for a while to come. Lagarde recognized the balance between “being rigorous and being fair” that E.U. leaders will have to strike in negotiating a British exit. An arrangement like that which Norway has negotiated, she... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Clinton may lead, but Trump supporters are more certain they'll voteat the results of the British referendum on leaving the European Union. Young B
Clinton may lead, but Trump supporters are more certain they'll vote
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 14 hours ago
at the results of the British referendum on leaving the European Union. Young Brits overwhelmingly preferred to stay in the E.U., but older ones wanted to leave – and those voters turned out more heavily. If more younger voters had gotten to the... Read more
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Boston Globe
Markets brace for more volatility as investors digest Brexit voteuncertainty after Prime Minister David Cameron, who had called the referendum b
Markets brace for more volatility as investors digest Brexit vote
Boston Globe / Posted 16 hours ago
uncertainty after Prime Minister David Cameron, who had called the referendum but campaigned for Britain to stay in the E.U., pledged to step down in October. Opposition lawmakers from the Labour Party attempted to unseat their leader, Jeremy... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Brexit leaders are walking back some of their biggest promiseshimself from the decision to make the promise in the first place. Host: "The 3
Brexit leaders are walking back some of their biggest promises
Chicago Tribune / Posted 17 hours ago
himself from the decision to make the promise in the first place. Host: "The 350 million pounds a week that we send to the E.U., which we will no longer send to the E.U., can you guarantee that's going to go to the NHS [Britain's National Health... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Brexit leaders are walking back some of their biggest promiseshimself from the decision to make the promise in the first place. Host: "The 3
Brexit leaders are walking back some of their biggest promises
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 17 hours ago
himself from the decision to make the promise in the first place. Host: "The 350 million pounds a week that we send to the E.U., which we will no longer send to the E.U., can you guarantee that's going to go to the NHS [Britain's National Health... Read more
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Breitbart
Judge Jeanine on Brexit: What Happened in U.K. Is Going to Happen in U.S. With TrumpNews Channel, host Judge Jeanine Pirro predicted that what happened this week w
Judge Jeanine on Brexit: What Happened in U.K. Is Going to Happen in U.S. With Trump
Breitbart / Posted 18 hours ago
News Channel, host Judge Jeanine Pirro predicted that what happened this week with the United Kingdom voting to leave the E.U. will happen again in the United States. “What happened in England is going to happen again. Next stop, the United... Read more
19h
Boston Globe
Brexit raises questions for global tech industryraised many questions for the global technology industry. In Britain, a majori
Brexit raises questions for global tech industry
Boston Globe / Posted 19 hours ago
raised many questions for the global technology industry. In Britain, a majority of tech firms were against leaving the E.U. A technology industry group survey found that 87 percent of British technology firms wanted to stay in the European... Read more
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The News & Observer
‘What have we done?’ County votes for Brexit, then realizes EU might stop sending moneyasking, “What have we done?” The county is heavily dependent on the more than
‘What have we done?’ County votes for Brexit, then realizes EU might stop sending money
The News & Observer / Posted 21 hours ago
asking, “What have we done?” The county is heavily dependent on the more than 60 million British pounds ($82 million) in E.U. subsidies per year that are transferred to the region and that have helped finance infrastructure projects and education... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Brexit: What it will mean for everyday people and businessesit comes to the economy, people's expectations alone can alter everything. Just
Brexit: What it will mean for everyday people and businesses
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 21 hours ago
it comes to the economy, people's expectations alone can alter everything. Just the anticipation of Britain leaving the E.U. is already transforming the fortunes of billions of people in Britain and around the world - influencing the cost of... Read more
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Zero Hedge
The Rebellion Is Real; Brexit Was Merely A Warninground. For example Jamie Kirchick writes in the NY Daily News that an EU withou
The Rebellion Is Real; Brexit Was Merely A Warning
Zero Hedge / Posted 21 hours ago
round. For example Jamie Kirchick writes in the NY Daily News that an EU without Britain would be easy meat for Russia. An E.U. without Britain is also more prone to appease Russia, which today poses a greater threat to European security than at... Read more
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