The U.S. dollar is really strong: Here's why that matters to you - CNN Money But if dead presidents keep gaining strength, that might be bad news for big companies and the stock market. 09/2/2014 - 2:39 pm | View Link
Brazil squanders oil bonanza - Reuters It is now the most-indebted and least-profitable of the world's 14 largest oil companies. The bad news doesn't end there. 09/2/2014 - 2:33 pm | View Link
Analysis - Reuters UK ANALYSIS-Brazil squanders oil bonanza even as Rousseff declares ... - AlertNet 09/2/2014 - 1:43 pm | View Link
Anglo American CEO Open to Offers - Wall Street Journal Anglo American open to takeover offers, says CEO - Find 09/2/2014 - 11:34 am | View Link
Bad debt gets a hiding place - Financial Express ... improvement is mostly optical as bad debts are camouflaged as security receipts (SRs) resulting from NPA sales to reconstruction companies. 08/31/2014 - 2:06 pm | View Link
Nasty Gal Employees Say Sophia Amoruso's a Bad GirlBoss In light of the recent layoffs at Nasty Gal, we read through the company's page on Glassdoor, a site where employees can grade their companies anonymously. The results are absolutely scathing. While there are some positive reviews, others are titled things ... 09/2/2014 - 4:39 am | View Link
Some fear auto industry returning to bad habits As the auto industry strives to sustain its post-recession comeback, car companies are resorting to tactics that some experts warn will lead to trouble down the road. Vehicle discounts have risen 5.5 percent from a year ago. More than a quarter of new ... 09/2/2014 - 4:05 am | View Link
Tech Czar Talk: Partnerships, when it comes to capital, aren't a bad idea for tech companies looking to grow burgeoning tech center, but being considered a center of capital is not necessarily one of them. That doesn't mean that smart money doesn't see good deals in the region. For example, the strong current of capital into biotech and medical device companies ... 08/31/2014 - 4:00 am | View Link
State Labor vows to make bad power companies pay Energy companies that change customer contracts without consent could face fines up to $20,000. Victorian Opposition Leader Daniel Andrews says power companies that systematically break the law will be named and shamed on top of the fines. Mr Andrews says ... 08/30/2014 - 11:45 pm | View Link
Vic Labor to make bad power companies pay AAP Victorian opposition vows to boost the power of a watchdog to punish misbehaving energy companies. Energy companies that change customer contracts without consent could face fines up to $20,000. Victorian Opposition Leader Daniel Andrews says power ... 08/30/2014 - 10:30 pm | View Link
Bad Boys (1995) Directed by Michael Bay. With Lisa Boyle, Will Smith, Martin Lawrence, Michael Taliferro. Marcus Burnett is a hen-pecked family man. Mike Lowry is a foot-loose and ... 09/2/2014 - 8:54 am | View Website
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Good Jesuit, Bad Jesuit It seems that elephants roamed the Philippines not just in prehistoric times but as late as the 17th century, as Jesuit Ignacio Francisco Alcina in his multivolume 09/2/2014 - 6:59 am | View Website
Bad Cripple My body is well outside the norm. I have a profound scoleosis. As I age my fused spine is cork screwing to the right. My left hip is dislocated and as a result my ... 09/2/2014 - 2:49 am | View Website
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There is more sea ice in the Arctic this summer than there was two years ago in 2012, a fact that has led to misleading stories that imply that there's more uncertainty about what's happening in the Arctic than there actually is. But comparing right now to two years ago and drawing conclusions about climate from those isolated data points is like saying "it's cold outside, guess we don't have to worry about global warming." It's an absurd comparison that doesn't take into account all the available information.
Google announced Tuesday that it's rebranding its line of enterprise products — like Gmail for businesses and Google Cloud Platform — as "Google For Work" instead of the old, more unwieldy "Google Enterprise." In a blog post about the rebrand, Google executive chairman and former CEO Eric Schmidt writes that the company decided that it was time for the name to "catch up with our ambition," since Google caters its products to all types of work environments.
Washington (AFP) - The Islamic State released a video on Tuesday showing a masked militant beheading another American journalist and threatening to kill a British captive. The footage, identified by private terrorism monitor SITE and seen by AFP, shows 31-year-old freelance writer Steven Sotloff dressed in orange and on his knees in a desert landscape.
Kiev (AFP) - The International Monetary Fund vowed on Tuesday to stand by Ukraine despite the growing likelihood that a worsening pro-Russian uprising would cripple the economy so badly that its current $17.1-billion (13.0-billion-euro) rescue will prove too small. The global lender said it was releasing the second $1.39-billion tranche of its lifeline despite "major uncertainties" and on the assumption that the ex-Soviet country's Western allies would be ready to pitch in with extra assistance if asked."We are assuming that the conflict will begin to subside in the coming months," the Fund's European Department head Poul Thomsen said in his first review of Kiev's compliance with its reform and recovery programme."But the balance of risks appear to be tilted to the downside.
Paris (AFP) - France's scorned former first lady Valerie Trierweiler is set to lift the lid on her tumultuous relationship with the president on Thursday in what could prove an explosive memoir. Trierweiler, a journalist, was dumped unceremoniously by Francois Hollande in January after a magazine revealed his affair with actress Julie Gayet, and has since remained broadly silent about an event she once said had felt like falling "from a skyscraper."But the 49-year-old had all along been secretly writing a book about her years-long relationship with the Socialist leader, which comes out on Thursday and does not "spare" Hollande, according to parliamentary channel LCP which broke the news."Everything I write is true," she writes on the cover of the book, called "Thank You For This Moment" and unveiled in Paris-Match, a glossy magazine for which she used to be a political reporter and still contributes to."At the Elysee (presidential palace), I sometimes felt as if I was on a story.