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Bursaries are vital for the future of nursing | Anonymous

I felt it was time to do something practical with my life so I trained to be a nurse. I couldn’t have done it without financial help As a nurse in accident and emergency I’m the first person you’ll see. I’ll triage you, order your bloods...Show More Summary

Eliminating Energy Star Efficiency Program Could Benefit Trump Properties

Los Angeles Times: How Killing Energy Star Could Benefit Trump Financially Among the more puzzling cuts in the Trump administration budget proposal is the one that eliminates all funding for the popular -- and cost-effective -- Energy...Show More Summary

Jared Kushner courts scandal with sketchy business backers

Rachel Maddow shares new reporting from the New York Times that Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner's secret financial backers are a family with businesses under...

US chamber orchestra calls time out

The Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra will not play next season ‘in an effort to gauge the extent of financial support from the community.’ Its final concert this season will be on May 16, and that may be the last. Heiichiro Ohyama has been music director since 1983.  

The financial cost of opportunity lost

When we make big financial decisions, such as buying or selling property or even deciding to accept a new job, we are willing to accept a lower price in the short term rather than 'spend' our time to search longer, new Australian research from Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM) has found.

10 things you need to know in markets today

Good morning! Here's what you need to know in markets on Wednesday. 1. UK Government borrowing has dropped to its lowest level since the eve of the 2008 financial crisis, official figures reported in the Times revealed yesterday. The...Show More Summary

5 players making a mistake by leaving school early for NBA Draft

It’s difficult to begrudge any young player who chooses to forego additional time playing as an amateur when they could cash in on their talents by heading to the pros. Judging the financial standing of any young man or the motivation...Show More Summary

Study: Kids with chronic health problems will face greater financial burdens if forced out of CHIP

More than 8 million U.S. children depend on the Children’s Health Insurance Program for access to timely medical care. The program is authorized through 2019, but its federal funding expires in September and it’s unclear what Congress will do.

Meet The Real Emmanuel Macron: Consummate Banker Puppet, Bizarre Elitist Creation

Authored by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, The last thing I ever wanted to do was write about France’s likely next president, Emmanuel Macron, but here we are. This post was inspired by a very telling Financial Times article...Show More Summary

Tech unicorn Ve Interactive is reportedly going into administration

Ad tech unicorn Ve Interactive is in the process of going into administration after struggling to pay its employees on time and after CEO David Brown stepped down. According to The Financial Times, the company's executives discussed the terms of administration at a London court hearing today. Show More Summary

Albertsons is interested in buying Whole Foods, report says

Albertsons is apparently still shopping around in the organic aisle. The grocery chain’s owner is reportedly considering a takeover of high-end grocer Whole Foods Market Inc., according to a report Monday from the Financial Times. The news comes just weeks after Bloomberg reported that Albertsons...

Why vaccines are important for our country’s financial health, too

Vaccinating babies and toddlers prevents many illnesses, but it also helps the avoid high costs associated with treating those illnesses, helps reduce sick time taken by parents, and contributes to greater immunity in a population. The post Why vaccines are important for our country’s financial health, too appeared first on Harvard Health Blog.

Reorientation in the French election

Financial Times has this chart up about the voters for the National Front, which is Marie Le Pen's party. I find the chart very hard to decipher, even though I usually like the dot plot format. The first thing to...

The Latest: Trump tweets pride on daughter's leadership

Ahead of the trip, she co-authored an opinion piece in the Financial Times calling for more global efforts to invest in women's economic empowerment. Trump, the first daughter and a White House adviser, said during an appearance alongside...Show More Summary

Filed your taxes? Time to do a financial plan

It’s too late for your 2016 tax return, but there are plenty of things you can start doing and ought to start doing now to lower your 2017 tax bill.        

Report: Albertsons considers takeover bid for Whole Foods

AUSTIN, Texas — Supermarket chain Albertsons is exploring a possible takeover of Whole Foods Market, the Financial Times reported Monday, citing unnamed sources. Albertsons, which operates about 2,200 stores, is controlled by buyout group Cerberus Capital Management. Show More Summary

We’re Seeing a Healthy Pause Now, Higher Markets Later This Year

Recently, markets have been taking a breather. Are they signaling a temporary stall or something more worrisome? And what comes next? This time on Financial Sense, we spoke with Tom McClellan, editor of McClellan Financial Publications...

Shameless promotion, U.S. Embassy website features ‘Mar-A-Lago: the winter White House’ article

For 12 weekends in a row, Donald Trump has spent time at a Donald Trump-owned or managed property in what has to be a financial boon for the Trump family. Of course, everywhere Donald Trump goes, gaggles of Secret Service agents, staff...Show More Summary

Whole Foods rallies on report that Albertsons is mulling bid

Whole Foods Market Inc. shares rose the most in two weeks after the Financial Times reported that Albertsons Cos. is considering a takeover of the organic grocer.

French elections analysis

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Natalie Nougayrede, former managing editor of Le Monde and now a columnist for the Guardian, and Simon Kuper, a columnist with the Financial Times.

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