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The Euro Zone Needs Better Shock Absorbers
Two separate bank rescues show that the euro zone is biding its time but needs a better way to cope with shocks. by. Jean-Michel Paul. More stories by Jean-Michel Paul. Wed Jun 28 2017 03:18:30 GMT-0700 (PDT). Rescued, but other risks remain.
ECB chief was overinterpreted by markets: sourcesReuters
Euro takes a knock on reports market misjudged Draghi speechCNBC
Dollar slips for second straight day; euro near one-year highMarketWatch
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Washington Post
Amtrak restores service after two rail operators fatally struck on tracks in DC
Washington Post
Updated at 9:02 a.m.. Amtrak said it is resuming train service between Washington and Philadelphia, but with trains traveling at restricted speeds out of Washington. This comes after rail service had been suspended for almost 10 hours after two CSX ...
2 CSX workers dead after Amtrak train strikes themWTOP
Amtrak service interrupted after two fatally struck by train outside Union StationThe Hill
Amtrak train hits, kills two people on tracksCBS News
WJLA -NBC 10 Philadelphia -New York Daily News
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CBS News
Flight delayed by woman hurling coins at jet engine
CBS News
BEIJING -- Chinese airlines aren't exactly known for flying on time. Four of them ranked among the worst last year when it comes to on-time arrivals and departures. U.S. airlines improving in on-time performance. Not all delays are the airlines' fault ...
An Elderly Woman in China Delayed a Flight By Throwing Coins at the Engine for Good LuckTIME
Woman delays flight for hours after throwing coins in the engine for good luckAOL
Woman delays flight with 'lucky' coin-throw into engineCNN International
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Nasdaq Futures Turn Higher, Index Looks to Snap Two-Day Losing Streak
Stock futures were higher on Wednesday, June 28, as Wall Street digested another delay in the GOP's plans to overhaul the healthcare system, an industry that comprises one-sixth of the U.S. economy. Nasdaq futures turned higher, gaining 0.26% and ...
Tech poised for more lossesSeeking Alpha
Wall St. Falters as Senate Delays Health VoteNew York Times
Why Did the S&P 500, NASDAQ, and Dow Fall on June 27?Market Realist

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Business Insider
Toshiba misses its self-imposed deadline to sell its chip unit, sues Western Digital for interfering in the sale
Business Insider
(Reuters) - Japan's Toshiba Corp has pushed back its timeline to clinch a sale of its prized flash memory chip unit, saying the $18 billion deal was being held up due to differences of opinion within the consortium chosen as preferred bidder. The delay ...
Toshiba Slaps A Billion Dollar Lawsuit On Western DigitalForbes
Toshiba Sues Western Digital in Feud Over Memory Unit SaleU.S. News & World Report
Toshiba Sues Western Digital, Misses Deadline for Memory
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Ford recalls more than 400000 vehicles for safety and compliance issues
The affected Ford Transit vehicles were built in the company's Kansas City assembly plant from Jan. 17, 2014 to June 15, 2017, Ford said. Ford has also issued two safety compliance recalls. Lauren Thomas | @laurenthomasx3. 45 Mins Ago
Ford Transit recalled: Drive shaft defect costs $142 millionUSA TODAY
Ford Recalls Big Vans; Cracked Coupling Can Cause Power LossNew York Times

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The Verge
Uber drivers on Travis Kalanick's resignation: 'I don't give a damn about that'
The Verge
Last week, the resignation of Travis Kalanick as CEO of Uber sent shockwaves through the tech industry. It stemmed from the culmination of almost six months of nonstop scandals, controversies, and negative headlines for the $69 billion company. Some ...
Why Startups Run Like Frat Houses FailNewsweek
Marissa Mayer Defends Travis Kalanick: 'He's a Phenomenal Leader'Fortune
Shares of a Publicly Traded Uber Might Be CrashingBloomberg
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New York Post
Real liberals wouldn't be so defensive about UW minimum-wage research
Seattle Times
Seattle city leaders and others are attacking a study that shows potential problems with the $15 minimum wage, rather than learning from it. This, in a nutshell, is why politics is broken — nobody wants to hear it.
Magical Thinking about Minimum WagesNational Review
The $15 minimum wage is working just fineBangor Daily News
That new Seattle study is a big problem for fans of a higher minimum wage — or is it?Los Angeles Times
Bloomberg -Salon -New York Post -OCRegister
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Wall Street Journal (subscription)
UPS to Freeze Pension Plans for Nonunion Staffers
Wall Street Journal (subscription)
United Parcel Service Inc. UPS -1.21% will freeze pension plans for about 70,000 nonunion employees, seeking to contain the burden of a retirement fund with a nearly $10 billion deficit. The package carrier is the latest major U.S. corporation seeking ...
UPS to freeze pensions for 70000 nonunion workers to cut costsBangor Daily News
UPS to freeze pension plans for non-union employeesUSA TODAY
UPS to freeze pensions for non-union employeesAtlanta Journal Constitution
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