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Truth in Numbers

Fed Chair Janet Yellen recently said that the Federal Reserve is "generally pleased" with the US economy. She did so at the same time she was noting for listeners that the Fed's median projection for the change in real GDP for both....

Smart Hustle Recap: Tips for Stronger Small Business Relationships

In a sense, a small business owner is only as successful as the relationships he or she builds. There are relationships with customers, with business colleagues, with contractors, and with employees – and should any of these relationships fall apart, the fate of the business is in jeopardy. Show More Summary

SpaceX's Elon Musk is set to announce plans for colonizing Mars

As if he doesn’t have enough on his plate with solving the mystery of an exploding rocket and tweaking Tesla’s driver-assistance software, SpaceX Chief Executive Elon Musk will discuss plans for colonizing Mars at a space conference in Mexico on Tuesday. In a highly-anticipated speech titled “Making...

Deutsche Bank Stock Plunges To All Time Low After Merkel Rules Out State Bailout; Default Risk Surges

As reported over the weekend, in an unexpected announcement Angela Merkel announced that she has ruled out state aid for Deutsche Bank, and the market reaction has been swift and brutal, with the bank's shares tumbling to a new all time...Show More Summary

SpaceX test fires Raptor engine for rocket that might one day take people to Mars

Elon Musk said SpaceX successfully tested its Raptor rocket engine that might one day be used to transport people to Mars. SpaceX “achieved first firing of the Raptor interplanetary transport engine,” Musk said Sunday night on Twitter. The engine is powered by methane and liquid oxygen.  The disclosure...

Low Demand For Capital Explains Federal Reserve's Impotence

One of today’s greatest economic mysteries is why the demand for capital is so low. Weak demand for capital is the reason that the Federal Reserve’s policies are not stimulating the economy. We economists don’t fully understand it, but there’s a chance—not a certainty—of a turnaround next year.

Here is why investors are freaking out about deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank vows to negotiate the U.S. Justice Department's $14 billion fine lower, but even if that happens, there's still plenty of negativity surrounding the stock, according to one analyst.        

Elon Musk gazes towards Mars

The Red Planet holds a particular fascination for Elon Musk - and his speech at the 67th International Astronautical Congress is expected to be an eye-opener. ||| San Francisco - When Elon Musk takes the stage of the 67th International...Show More Summary

What we learned from Rams' 37-72 victory over the Tampa bay Buccaneers

What we learned from the Rams’ 37-32 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers The Rams know how to deal with weather delays For the second time in three years, the Rams won a close game at Raymond James Stadium after sitting through a weather delay. Sunday’s 70-minute delay eclipsed the 51-minute...

Wells Fargo CEO gets $123.6M if he walks

John Stumpf gets a big payday to leave, especially if he retires instead of being fired.        

Yahoo clients sue after data breach

The latest complaint against Yahoo was filed in federal court in San Jose, California, last week. ||| San Francisco - Yahoo is being accused in lawsuits of failing to secure customer data after the company said the personal information of at least 500 million users was stolen in a 2014 hack. Show More Summary

Snapchat Debuts Recording Glasses, Changes Company Name

Snap Inc. the photo sharing company will now be called. Its first product, 'Spectacles,' will cost $130.

Why Silicon Valley Is Wading Into Local Housing Issues

Housing costs are taking their toll on tech workers in the Bay Area, and The Information reports an emerging trend of civic engagement among the stereotypically aloof group.

Wells Fargo CEO gets $123.6M if he walks

Wells Fargo  CEO John Stumpf stands to walk from the bank with $123.6 million in severance and stock value if he retires from the bank.        

Legal Confusion Over Aadhaar Continues– Supreme Court Reiterates That Aadhaar Card Is Not Mandatory

Government’s has received another setback in its attempts to make Aadhaar Card as mandatory requirement for availing various public welfare schemes and accessing services such as rail tickets and registration of businesses. In a recent ruling, Supreme Court has restated that Aadhaar cannot be made mandatory for any accessing public scheme or Govt. Show More Summary

Former employees file class action against Wells Fargo

Two former Wells Fargo & Co (WFC.N) employees have filed a class action in California seeking $2.6 billion or more for workers who tried to meet aggressive sales quotas without engaging in fraud and were later demoted, forced to resign...Show More Summary

Hillary, Trump "In Dead Heat" WaPo Finds, As Latest Poll Gives Trump 1 Point Lead Ahead Of Debate

According to the strongly anti-Trump WaPo, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are set to meet Monday night for their first debate "in a virtual dead heat in the race for the White House, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll,...Show More Summary

"It's Serious Business" - Trump VP Pence Confirms Bill Clinton's Ex-Girlfriend "Will Not Be At Debate"

Despite the confirmatin from Gennifer Flowers yesterday, Donald Trump VP Mike Pence confirmed this morning that Bill Clinton's ex-girlfriend "will not be attending the debate tomorrow night." As The Hill reports, Pence, Republican presidential...Show More Summary

Charlotte Police Release Dashcam and Bodycam Footage From Keith Scott Shooting

On Saturday, Charlotte police released portions of bodycam and dashcam footage from the shooting of Keith Lamont Scott. They also released a photo of the gun police said he was holding when fatally shot by the officer. The dashcam video … More » The post Charlotte Police Release Dashcam and Bodycam Footage From Keith Scott Shooting appeared first on EveryJoe.

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