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European Central Bank scrambles to fix economy as U.S. markets boom
National Monitor
Continuing efforts to pump money into the European economy isn't fixing problems with high unemployment — and leaders aren't quite sure what to do. Central banks in Europe are pumping cash into the economy, but no one is quite sure whether all of this is ...
U.S. Data And Fed To Drive The Dollar In The Week AheadSeeking Alpha
More Central Banks Meet, but Ability to Pilot Economies in DoubtSudan Vision

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Consumer Reports: How safe is your shrimp?
Americans love shrimp. We eat an average of almost 4 pounds per year, making it more popular than tuna. Loading… Post to Facebook. Consumer Reports: How safe is your shrimp? Americans love shrimp. We eat an average of almost 4 pounds per year, ...

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Wall Street Journal
Newsmaker: Navinder Singh Sarao
Irish Independent
The five years it took regulators to bring high-profile charges against a UK trader underscore how hard it is to spot alleged wrongdoing in fast-developing markets, and may herald problems in the future.
'Flash Crash' Investigators Likely Missed CluesNasdaq
How London man may have helped trigger 'flash crash'China Post
How London man may have helped trigger the 'flash crash'WAFF

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The Legacy
Houghton Mifflin Acquiring Education Technology Business from Scholastic
The Legacy
Houghton Mifflin agreed to acquire the education business from Scholastic for $575 million. The agreement will help Houghton in offering services and curriculum that are driven toward student performance assessment and helps the student acquire the ...
Houghton Mifflin Buys Scholastic tech unitRapid News Network
Scholastic To Sell Its Education Tech Division To Houghton MifflinBusiness Finance News
Houghton Mifflin to Buy Scholastic's Ed Technology Business for $575 MillionInvestor Newswire
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AutomotiveIT International
Analysis: VW struggle reflects wider auto-industry dilemmas
AutomotiveIT International
The resignation of Ferdinand Piech late Saturday as chairman of the Volkswagen Group's supervisory board doesn't just mark the end of a tumultuous and expansionist chapter in the history of Europe's largest carmaker. It also highlights some of the ...

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