Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Headlines in the News September 02, 2015

ConocoPhillips announces massive layoffs
The surging ranks of America's ultrapoor
More than 225,000 Apple iPhone accounts hacked
The War On Cash
Awaiting American Avalanche, Cubans Rush to the Beach
Suit: The Minimum Wage Is A Ploy To ‘Break’ The Franchise Model
Sugar subsidies hurt consumers and cost the United States jobs
Volcano zone reservoirs could hold huge amounts of gold and silver
Trustees: Social Security Will Run $84 Billion Deficit in 2015
H&R Block sheds bank and sets $3.5 billion stock buyback plan
Keiser Report: Stop What’s That Sound? Falling Markets!
Fed's Rosengren: Expect "Much More Gradual" Return to Normal Policy
Kmart pays $1.4 mln to settle U.S. charges over Medicare inducements
Hilton dips toe in 'sharing economy' with Uber partnership
Emerging economies need vigilance over China slowdown: IMF chief
Recession Odds Surge To 47%, Highest Since 2011
Target Cuts More Jobs
244 Immigrants With Criminal Records Arrested in California in Four Days
State Department Does Not Know Who Let Clinton Have Private Server
Bank of Japan Drops Ball, Government Pension Fund Stops Buying Stocks, Nikkei Plunges, J-REITs Eviscerated
7-Eleven is delivering snacks in these cities
US Mint’s American Eagle Bullion Sales Rally in August
Canada is in recession
USDollar/USDX Index

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