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June 26, 2015 Greece's debt drama: What you need to knowSource: USA Today
European leaders have given Greece, and themselves, a Saturday deadline to reach a deal with Athens over loan repayments.
June 25, 2015 CEO Pay vs. Performance
Executive compensation is increasingly geared toward results, but some CEOs still got big paydays even when their investors didn’t do so well.
June 23, 2015 Mexico to Overtake Russia by 2050 as U.S. SlidesSource: Bloomberg
Mexico and Indonesia will displace Russia and Italy among the top 10 economies in just 35 years' time, with China, the U.S. and India taking the top three slots, according to forecasts by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Source: Yahoo News
LONDON (Reuters) - The European Commission said on Friday there was no clear evidence that adopting international accounting rules made the bloc's banking crisis worse and that its benefits outweighed the costs.
June 9, 2015 CEO survey lukewarm on economySource: USA Today
American CEOs plan to hire, sell and invest at a slower pace in the next six months, with future economic growth hinging on trade agreements and tax reform, according to a quarterly survey released Monday.
May 29, 2015 See how much CEOs make at top companies
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May 28, 2015 More Americans expect higher incomes this yearSource: USA Today
Americans are significantly more optimistic about their income prospects while their perceptions of their financial well-being have improved modestly, according to Federal Reserve survey results out Wednesday.
The fact that a bad lending and credit crisis brought down the economy six years ago was proof positive for many that the financial sector, and more specifically Wall Street, had grown too large.
Source: Wall Street Journal
Two-fifths of the population of developed countries have gained little over recent decades, driving a rise in income inequality that is damaging economic growth and that can only be reversed through a wide range of government...
The euro zone economy continued to lose momentum in May, according to closely-watched surveys published Thursday, but it wasn't all bad news, with hiring in the region on the up.
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