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Moody's close to taking space at 1 World Trade Center

Moody's Investors Service is close to signing a deal to take two floors at 1 World Trade Center. The ratings agency is expected to take 80,000 square feet at the 3 million-square-foot tower, owned by... To view the full story, click the title link.

BRICS to Promote Cooperation With WTO, G20 Members - Russian Minister

BRICS plans to promote new active cooperation with non-members of the organization to include countries from the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the G20 group, Russian Economic Development Minister Alexei Ulyukayev said Tuesday.

London loses golden touch as China’s build-up of bullion continues apace

London, the traditional home/hub of the world’s gold trade, could be slowly losing its grip on power as more and more of the world’s physical gold moves from London’s vaults to Asia, chiefly China. This part of the story isn’t really anything new. Since 2013 when Western investors started to liquidate Exchange Traded Fund holdings […]

3 Forgotten Factors That Could Help Rams Shock NFL World

The St. Louis Rams made some big offseason splashes by trading former No. 1 overall pick Sam Bradford and acquiring Nick Foles. Why will they succeed in 2015? What factors will help them get to the playoffs? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss the Rams' 2015 season in the video above. Read more NFL news on

San Francisco Giants Trade Rumors: Outfield Help Could Be On The Way

The San Francisco Giants are in a bit of a free fall recently and that has led to more than a few people thinking the team needs to make a trade sooner rather than later. The team might be the defending World Series champions but they...Show More Summary

MLB Trade Rumors: Buzz on Chris Johnson, Ben Zobrist and More

With the United States women's national soccer team completing its thrilling 2015 World Cup championship run, the month of July well and truly belongs to baseball when it comes to sports and America. The starting lineups for the 2015...Show More Summary

Innovations: How Japan’s shortcomings can trigger its next burst of innovation

The recent green light in Congress for fast-tracking the Trans-Pacific Partnership marks an opportunity to put a forgotten economic heavyweight back in focus. As the world’s third-largest economy, Japan is a key partner in a trade deal...Show More Summary

Stocks nosedive after Greece says 'no'

US stock market futures just started trading after the long weekend, and it's ugly. S&P 500 futures are down by 1.5% in the first few minutes. This comes after Greece's referendum. Greek voters surprised the world by voting "No." InShow More Summary

Don Quijones: Wikileaks Exposes How TISA Will Gut Financial Regulations All Over the World

Describes the many ways that the Trade in Services Agreement would make it virtually impossible to implement and strengthen financial regulations.

Look At God: 9/11 Firefighter Wins $5 Million On A Scratch Off Ticket!

    Look At God: 9/11 Firefighter Wins $5 Million On A Scratch Off Ticket! This is such a heartwarming story! via Us Weekly: Carmelo Mercado, who responded to the World Trade Center terrorist attacks on Sept. 11,

World stocks drift lower ahead of Greek vote; Chinese stocks plunge as support measures fail

``CHINA SELL-OFF: A Chinese market rout deepened as investors dumped shares in spite of government measures this week aimed at restoring confidence, such as cutting fees and easing rules on borrowing money for trading. The China Securities...Show More Summary

Vivienne Westwood Tells Sputnik Why Artists Unite Against 'Orwellian' TTIP

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), being negotiated in secret between the US and the EU, threatens to bring about an "Orwellian" world, fashion designer Vivienne Westwood told Sputnik.

The Best Long Reads This Week, From Eating Dog to Dining Out at One World Trade

A roundup of worthy weekend reading material. A Philosophy of Herbs New York Times ‘‘Mint!’’ he almost shouted at me. "Mint! Can’t be served with pasta!" I felt horrible for him, watching him redden. ‘‘Mint is for fish!’’ And his wet head fell into his hands. Show More Summary

What’s on This Week Around the World

This week, the famed Avignon festival kicks off in France, a pop music festival gets under way in a Serbian fortress, and an exhibition in Australia examines the artistic legacy of the spice trade.

Everything You Need to Know from Day 2 of 2015 NBA Free Agency

Day 1 of the NBA's free-agency period was utter chaos, with deals flying left and right. Trades were made, billions of dollars were spent and the basketball world struggled to keep up with the breakneck pace. That's not even remotely...Show More Summary

Getaway driver for 1 WTC BASE jumpers gets community service

4 days agoNews : NY Daily News

The getaway driver for a trio of 1 World Trade Center BASE jumpers was sentenced Thursday to 100 hours of community service.

Plunge In Export Prices Is Now Worse Than The Great Financial Crisis

Spot The Recovery... According to the World Trade Monitor, world export prices declined by -15.8% year-over-year in April and are back at level last seen in 2009. World import prices have declined by -15.1% year-over-year as well. In the developed world, export prices are down-16.6% year-over-year. Show More Summary

Thursday assorted links

1. Paul Krugman on Puerto Rico. 2. Dan Klein reviews Arthur Melzer on esoteric writing. 3. Lyft vs. Uber. 4. Trade between guards and prisoners. 5. The world’s tallest cow dies after a lifetime of Photoshop accusations (recommended). 6. Economic growth in ancient Greece.  The truth about modern Greece.  And here is the truth about […]

A 9/11 Survivor Returns to Work at the World Trade Center

Greg Carafello describes the morning of September 11, 2001, in a matter-of-fact tone. He was on the 18th floor of the South Tower. His company, AbraCadabra, was headquartered there. He had gotten in early that day. Only one other employee was in the office that morning. He heard the first... More »

Peak box? Global container trade is slackening

In a little-noticed interview, the chief of Panama's Canal Authority concedes that 'the world and the canal were unlikely to ever again see the booming container trade that characterised the 1990s and early 2000s' due to shifting manufacturing...Show More Summary

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