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"no Need Right Now": Bundesbank Pours Cold Water On German Fiscal Stimulus Hopes

One of the pillars of support that has helped propel European stocks higher in recent days was violently yanked this morning, when Bloomberg reported that Germany’s Bundesbank refuted repeated trial balloons by Spiegel, saying it doesn’t see a...
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Apple Reportedly Launching New Iphone Pro And Ipads With Better Cameras, 16-inch Macbook Pro And...

Apple is getting ready for its usual fall iPhone launch event, which is rumored to be happening September 10, though the event hasn’t been officially confirmed this year. A new report from Bloomberg offers a preview of the lineup of hardware...
Related topics: Apple, Iphone, Mobile Technology, Tablets, MacBook

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Apple Is Reportedly Working On A Major New Version Of Airpods, And They'll Probably Cost More Than...

Apple's got a new, improved set of AirPods in the works, according to a new Bloomberg report. The new AirPods represent the first major update to the AirPods since they first launched in December 2016. The expected improvement include...
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Trader: If You're Looking For A Canary In The Coal Mine...

Authored by Richard Breslow via Bloomberg, The Day Before a Big Event Is Hardest to Trade The European PMIs that were released earlier today beat forecasts. And it felt positively quaint when the euro and bund yields rose to their respective highs...

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2019 Iphones Said To Have Improved Shatter Resistance, Multi-angle Face Id That Works Flat On Tables

Bloomberg's Mark Gurman and Debby Wu have shared expectations for Apple's fall product lineup and beyond, revealing new details plus existing rumors about upcoming iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Mac, HomePod, and AirPods models. Starting with the...
Related topics: Mobile Technology, Apple, Technology Rumors, Iphone, Ipad, Tablets

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Bloomberg: Iphone 11 Will Take Better Low Light Photos, Multi-angle Face Id, New Ipads Coming,...

As we approach Apple’s September iPhone event, Bloomberg has posted its breakdown of Apple’s current product pipeline. This includes a few new iPhone 11 details, information on forthcoming iPad Pro updates, and a look to 2020 for new...
Related topics: Iphone, Mobile Technology, Tech Photos, Tablets, Apple, Ipad

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Usda Staffer Threatened During Midwest 'crop Tour' In Sign Of Farmers' Mounting Stress

Apparently, President Trump's hint that the Department of Agriculture might authorize another tranche of bailout funds for America's farmers wasn't enough to quell their anger. Because in what Bloomberg described as a "sign of rising tensions with...

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Singapore Forgoes Tesla's Electric 'lifestyle' For Buses

Singapore is in no rush to adopt a certain brand of electric car. In an interview with Bloomberg published today, a government minister offered a rebuttal to Tesla founder Elon Musk's criticism that the city-state is "unwelcome" to...
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Wall Street-area Apartments Plagued With Tidal Wave Of Supply

Apartments in the Wall Street area languished into late summer as a glut plagues the Manhattan real estate market, reported Bloomberg. "There was so much new development in that neighborhood, and I think that many of the people who wanted to buy...

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A Record 21,380 People Just Passed The Cfa Level 3 Examination

The CFA examination is known for being notoriously difficult, which traditionally has contributed to the poor pass rate for the examination. But that wasn’t the case this past June, according to Bloomberg. The CFA Institute is going to be adding...

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The Co-founder Of Google's Controversial Ai Unit Deepmind Has Reportedly Been 'placed' On Leave,...

The co-founder of DeepMind, Mustafa Suleyman, has been placed on leave of absence, according to a Bloomberg report on Wednesday.  "Mustafa is taking time out right now after 10 hectic years," a DeepMind spokesperson told Bloomberg. At the...
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Goldman Sachs Plans To Recruit More Than 100 Coders To Its Trading Division As Part Of The Bank's...

Goldman Sachs is looking to recruit more than 100 coders for its trading business as part of the firm's biggest hire spree in years, according to Bloomberg. Adam Korn, the co-head of engineering for Goldman's trading division, told Bloomberg that...
Related topics: Goldman Sachs, Banking

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Bbrg: Stakeholder Capitalism Fails If It’s Just Talk

Stakeholder Capitalism Fails If It’s Just Talk Companies will have to prove they’re committed to goals beyond maximizing shareholder value. Bloomberg, August 21, 2019       For 47 years, the Business Roundtable has lobbied on...

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Midwest Damage Control: "screwed" Farmers Prompted Emergency Oval Office Meeting On Monday

President Trump is doing damage control relating to midwestern farm states that are critical to his re-election, according to Bloomberg. The president held a lengthy meeting in the oval office on Monday after facing criticism over the EPA's decision...
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Bbrg: Stakeholder Capitalism Fails If It’s Just Talk

Stakeholder Capitalism Fails If It’s Just Talk Companies will have to prove they’re committed to goals beyond maximizing shareholder value. Bloomberg, August 21, 2019       For 47 years, the Business Roundtable has lobbied on...

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Members, Locations, And Beer Quotas: 5 Wework Questions A Skeptical Analyst Has After Reading The...

The We Company published its IPO prospectus last week, but analysts still have plenty of questions about the shared-workspace group. Rett Wallace, CEO of Triton Research, described the filing as a "masterpiece of obfuscation" in a Bloomberg...
Related topics: Initial Public Offering

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Eu Antitrust Regulators Have Facebook’s Libra Currency In Their Sights

Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge European Union antitrust regulators have begun conducting a preliminary investigation into Facebook’s plans to launch a digital currency, according to a new report from Bloomberg. Regulators are...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media

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Youtube To Stop Serving Targeted Ads To Kids, But Groups Say It’s Not Enough

YouTube has agreed to stop serving target advertisements to children, Bloomberg reports. The company was the subject of an FTC investigation over the practice but has apparently settled. YouTube's critics say it's not enough.

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I Guarantee That Everyone Won’t Be Wrong About China

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Tyler Cowen has an excellent Bloomberg piece on China, entitled “What if Everyone’s Wrong About China.” Here’s one observation: It was also conventional wisdom, circa 2010, that China was...
Related topics: China, Facebook, Social Media, Google

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Beijing Confirms Detention Of Uk Consulate Worker

China confirmed that it has detained an employee of the UK consulate in Hong Kong, according to BBC and Bloomberg. Nearly two weeks after Simon Cheng failed to return from a conference over the border in Shenzen, prompting his girlfriend, with whom...
Related topics: China, Beijing, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, BBC

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