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Economic forecast calls for continued Michigan job growth

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University of Michigan economists say the state's economy is on the brink of the longest period of job growth since the World War II era. The Ann Arbor school's economists...
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Europe battles Brexit blues, Wall Street faces tech stress

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European stocks slipped again, and sterling and the euro remained volatile on Friday, as one of the most dramatic twists yet in the Brexit process compounded another turbulent...
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Data Sheet-The Spreading Gloom Over the Technology Sector

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San Franciscans, quick to complain about nearly anything, have been justifiably stoic about the surreally darkened skies above them for the last entire week. After all, a...
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Take Five: Black Friday shoppers to Brexit wreckage, world markets themes for the week ahead

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Following are five big themes likely to dominate thinking of investors and traders in the coming week and the Reuters stories related to them.
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Supply glut mars Turing effect for Nvidia shares

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Worries about how fast the computing world will transition to Nvidia Corp's next generation "Turing" graphic chips helped knock 20 percent off the value of its shares on...
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Europe battles Brexit blues, losses seen for Wall Street's chipmakers

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European stocks slipped again and sterling and the euro remained fragile on Friday, as one the most dramatic twists yet in the Brexit process compounded another turbulent week...
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Exports and governance: Is the Middle East and North Africa region different?

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Abstract This paper aims to analyse whether better governance rewards economic performance and facilitates the integration of the Middle East and North Africa region into the...
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Issue Information

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The World Economy, Volume 41, Issue 11, Page 2851-2851, November 2018.
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Tofurky Wants to Save the World, One Thanksgiving Roast at a Time. It's Now Sold 5 Million

Tofurky Wants to Save the World, One Thanksgiving Roast at a Time. It's Now Sold 5 Million

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Ah, Thanksgiving: the annual holiday when Americans gather around the table with the people they're closest to for a feast of traditional food, prayers, stories of...
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How Japan Airlines Plans to Solve Its Drunk Pilot Problem

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Japanese air carriers have an issue with drunk pilots, but they and the Japanese government are moving to fix it. Last month, a Japan Airlines pilot was arrested at London's...
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A top economist warns Trump's China trade war is doing more damage to the US...

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Shinzo Abe became the first Japanese prime minister to visit Darwin...

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Mark Zuckerberg insists he's still the best person to run Facebook, despite...

Mark Zuckerberg insists he's still the best person to run Facebook, despite the endless scandals

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Nvidia CEO: Cryptocurrency mining hangover surprised us

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