List/Grid Monthly Archives: September 2016

Why 34,000 Americans may have difficulty voting in November

Why 34,000 Americans may have difficulty voting in November

Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Some people might have a harder time voting on Nov. 8 than others. About 112,000 transgender people who have transitioned are estimated to… Read more »

Economic Report: Consumer spending softens in August while inflation rises

Economic Report: Consumer spending softens in August while inflation rises

Consumer spending was the weakest in August in five months. Consumers spending was barely changed in August as lower sales of new cars and trucks offset an increase in services… Read more »

Currencies: Euro falls to lowest in a week as Deutsche Bank worries weigh

Currencies: Euro falls to lowest in a week as Deutsche Bank worries weigh

The euro on Friday dropped to its lowest in a week against the U.S. dollar, under pressure as Deutsche Bank’s nagging financial woes loomed large on the last day of… Read more »

Capitol Report: Trump says he didn’t do business with Cuba | Educators have doubts about Clinton college plan

Capitol Report: Trump says he didn’t do business with Cuba | Educators have doubts about Clinton college plan

Donald Trump is rejecting a report that said one of his companies did business in Cuba, in what would be a violation of the U.S. embargo on the island. “I… Read more »

Need to Know: Why a Deutsche Bank bust wouldn’t be as bad as Lehman’s

Need to Know: Why a Deutsche Bank bust wouldn’t be as bad as Lehman’s

It’s looking nicht so gut on this quarter’s last day, as Deutsche Bank’s woes keep weighing heavily on markets around the world. “What must be understood here is that Deutsche… Read more »

Hackers infect army of cameras, DVRs for massive internet attacks

Hackers infect army of cameras, DVRs for massive internet attacks

Hackers used an army of hijacked security cameras and video recorders to launch several massive internet attacks last week, prompting fresh concern about the vulnerability of millions of “smart” devices… Read more »

Market Extra: U.K. stocks turn Brexit into boost, on track for best quarter since 2013

Market Extra: U.K. stocks turn Brexit into boost, on track for best quarter since 2013

Brexit, what Brexit? In the first full calendar quarter that followed the U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union, the country’s benchmark stock index is set to bang out its… Read more »

Europe Markets: Deutsche Bank’s plunge weighs heavily on European markets

Europe Markets: Deutsche Bank’s plunge weighs heavily on European markets

European stock markets fell Friday, as shares of Deutsche Bank AG plunged on concerns about the lender’s financial health, triggering losses across the financial sector. The Stoxx Europe 600 index… Read more »

Salesforce.com to press regulators to block Microsoft-LinkedIn deal

Salesforce.com to press regulators to block Microsoft-LinkedIn deal

Salesforce.com Inc. said it would press regulators in the U.S. and Europe to block Microsoft Corp.’s $26.2 billion acquisition of LinkedIn Corp., arguing the deal would hurt competition by giving its… Read more »

Is the new Teva x Ugg collection fashion-forward or just plain ugly?

Is the new Teva x Ugg collection fashion-forward or just plain ugly?

Models wear shoes from the new Teva x Ugg collection Here are some of the questions you might ask yourself after seeing the new shoes created through a Teva and… Read more »

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