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postheadericon The nuclear money pit – The Economist


The Economist
The nuclear money pit
The Economist
A geological survey subsequently raised the relocation cost to $5.8 billion. With money scarce, many have questioned whether America really needs a whole new production line for manufacturing plutonium pits. To answer that it is necessary to examine

postheadericon Was Azealia Banks’ new album worth the wait? – New York Post


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Was Azealia Banks' new album worth the wait?
New York Post
Azealia Banks first announced her debut album would be called “Broke With Expensive Taste” in early 2012. In the time since, Apple has released five different iPhones, Egypt has had four different heads of state, and even the world's most famous
Azealia Banks: 'Broke With Expensive Taste' ReviewTIME
Album Review: Azealia Banks Surprises on 'Broke With Expensive Taste'Billboard
Azealia Banks' 'Broke With Expensive Taste': ReviewIdolator: All About The Music
Flavorwire -Slate Magazine (blog) -Rap-Up.com
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postheadericon Burlington airport to hire new finance chief – BurlingtonFreePress.com


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Burlington airport to hire new finance chief
BurlingtonFreePress.com
A new full-time airport financial adviser will be in charge of all airport finances and internal controls and will work closely with City Hall. The position is necessary "to promote the long term stability and strategic growth of the airport," wrote

postheadericon European Banks Expect Only ‘Limited’ Impact From Sanctions on Russia – New York Times


New York Times
European Banks Expect Only 'Limited' Impact From Sanctions on Russia
New York Times
Offices of the Austrian lender Raiffeisen Bank International in Vienna.Credit Heinz-Peter Bader/Reuters. LONDON – For now, European banks with exposure to Russia don't appear too concerned about the effect on their bottom lines of economic sanctions …

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postheadericon Family Dollar bidding war suggests ‘peak dollar store’ is here – Yahoo Finance (blog)

Family Dollar bidding war suggests 'peak dollar store' is here
Yahoo Finance (blog)
Family Dollar bidding war suggests 'peak dollar store' is here. By Michael Santoli 21 hours ago Yahoo Finance. 0 shares. Content preferences. Done. America is nearing “peak dollar store.” A bidding war for Family Dollar Stores Inc. (FDO) burst into the
Dollar General enters bidding for Family DollarYahoo! Voices

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postheadericon Banks Vie for a Piece of Africa’s Mobile Banking Market – Wall Street Journal


Wall Street Journal
Banks Vie for a Piece of Africa's Mobile Banking Market
Wall Street Journal
NAIROBI, Kenya—In Kenya, where telecom companies dominate the mobile-payments market, one of the country's largest banks is fighting to retake some of its traditional turf. George Kabiria, who makes decorative sculptures for this city's lush garden

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postheadericon Citigroup Endorses Revamp of U.S. Stock Exchange Trading Fees – Bloomberg

Citigroup Endorses Revamp of U.S. Stock Exchange Trading Fees
Bloomberg
More than 15 percent of U.S. equity volume takes place on dark pools, according to Tabb Group LLC. NYSE Group Inc. and Nasdaq OMX Group Inc., two of the three big U.S. stock exchange owners, have both advocated regulatory measures to lure trading off …

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postheadericon Banks’ Failure on ‘Living Wills’ Frays Relations With Regulators – Wall Street Journal


Wall Street Journal
Banks' Failure on 'Living Wills' Frays Relations With Regulators
Wall Street Journal
Bank officials were surprised by the public rebuke. A senior executive at one of the banks noted his firm got a 19-page memo less than three hours before the public release by the Federal Reserve and FDIC. The executive said there was no communication …
Fed, FDIC call banks' "living wills" inadequateUSA TODAY
Big banks will not die peacefullyFortune
Too-big-to-fail banks' living wills are inadequate, regulators sayLos Angeles Times
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postheadericon Goldman Sachs Pulls Money Out of GSIP Hedge Fund – Wall Street Journal


Wall Street Journal
Goldman Sachs Pulls Money Out of GSIP Hedge Fund
Wall Street Journal
The New York investment bank has been pulling money out of Goldman Sachs Investment Partners, a multistrategy fund that still stands as one of the hedge-fund industry's biggest launches. The fund, known by the acronym GSIP, launched in 2008 with $7 …

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postheadericon Walgreen Names New Finance Chief While Weighing Alliance Boots Deal – Wall Street Journal


Wall Street Journal
Walgreen Names New Finance Chief While Weighing Alliance Boots Deal
Wall Street Journal
Walgreen Names New Finance Chief While Weighing Alliance Boots Deal. Timothy McLevish Oversaw Split of Kraft Into Two Companies. Email; Print; Comments. Facebook. Share. 0. Twitter. Google+. LinkedIn. smaller; Larger. By. Joshua Jamerson. Aug.

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postheadericon RadioShack has received notice that it may be delisted from the NYSE – Dallas Morning News (blog)


Dallas Morning News (blog)
RadioShack has received notice that it may be delisted from the NYSE
Dallas Morning News (blog)
The Fort Worth-based electronics chain said Friday it has received a continued listings standards notice from the New York Stock Exchange. The notice, which RadioShack said it received on Thursday, was triggered by the company's stock trading below $1
RadioShack stock faces possible delisting from the NYSENews & Observer
RadioShack Could Be Delisted From NYSE24/7 Wall St.
RadioShack Gets Notified That It's Out of Compliance With NYSEBloomberg

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postheadericon Delamaide: Big banks are here to stay – USA TODAY


USA TODAY
Delamaide: Big banks are here to stay
USA TODAY
WASHINGTON — There will be no law in the foreseeable future to break up big banks, but that doesn't mean the government — perhaps with an assist from markets — isn't successfully chipping away at "too big to fail." The latest voice raised against …

postheadericon Johnny Manziel Does The Money Phone Very Poorly – Deadspin

Johnny Manziel Does The Money Phone Very Poorly
Deadspin
The Money Phone—the act of holding a large stack of cash to one's ear as if it is a phone—is a thing that lots and lots of rappers have grown very fond of doing lately. Naturally, this means that Johnny Manziel has decided that he should also do the

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postheadericon Mobile trading turnover shoots up on stock exchanges – Livemint


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Mobile trading turnover shoots up on stock exchanges
Livemint
The average daily mobile trading turnover on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) has seen a three-fold rise in just one year. In May, trades worth Rs.363 crore were registered daily, on average, through mobile phones. The figure was Rs.116 crore a year

postheadericon ICICI Bank Leads Declines in India’s ADRs After Mumbai Stock Exchange Falls … – NASDAQ

ICICI Bank Leads Declines in India's ADRs After Mumbai Stock Exchange Falls
NASDAQ
Icici Bank Ltd. ( IBN ) led declines in American depositary receipts of Indian companies on Friday after after the country's stock market posted the biggest decline in four month on worries about escalating conflict in Iraq. The Bank of New York Mellon

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postheadericon South Africa’s new finance minister downbeat on growth prospect – Financial Times

South Africa's new finance minister downbeat on growth prospect
Financial Times
South Africa faces a second consecutive year of lacklustre economic growth of around 2 per cent, the country's new finance minister has said, acknowledging the impact of a crippling strike in the mining industry and tepid consumer demand. Nhlanhla Nene …

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postheadericon Finance to lead surge in UK grad recruitment – HITC

Finance to lead surge in UK grad recruitment
HITC
U.K. employers are planning a hefty uptick in graduate recruitment this summer, with financial firms expected to lead the way, according to a study. Companies are expecting to hire 18 percent more graduates in 2014, year-on-year, a report from Thomson …

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postheadericon Steve Forbes's Money: The Gold Standard Is The World's Prosperity Engine

Money, far from being the root of all evil, presents as delightfully virtuous.

postheadericon Has the United States’ Use of Finance as a Foreign Policy Tool Backfired? – Truth-Out

Has the United States' Use of Finance as a Foreign Policy Tool Backfired?
Truth-Out
Similarly, the US has pressed advanced economies for more open financial markets. America's insistence that Japan deregulate its banking system was a prime driver of its 1980s bubble (I had a bird's eye view of how the Japanese banks went full bore

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postheadericon Big money pouring in for Pinellas campaigns – Tampabay.com

Big money pouring in for Pinellas campaigns
Tampabay.com
State Rep. Ed Hooper, R-Clearwater, has raised $110,790 for his primary bid against Roche in August. Hooper wasn't allowed to accept contributions in April or most of March because of the active legislative session. "I kept turning money back," he said.

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