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Monthly Archives: August 2015

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Three dozen retired generals and admirals released an open letter Tuesday supporting the Iran nuclear deal and urging Congress to do the same. Calling the agreement “the most effective means currently available to prevent Iran from obtaining...

By STAFF on Aug 12th, 2015
Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton has asked that her attorney turn over her private email server along with a flash drive containing work-related emails to the Justice Department, PEOPLE can confirm. Nick Merrill, Clinton’s spokesman told PEOPLE on Tuesday...

By STAFF on Aug 12th, 2015
Sundar Pichai

When Google announced a surprise restructuring on Monday, a very big spotlight suddenly shone on Sundar Pichai, the executive who will replace Larry Page as Google’s CEO. Pichai’s appointment is part of restructuring that will end with a...

By STAFF on Aug 11th, 2015
American jobs

AS THE American recovery accelerates, its central bankers are getting itchy fingers. Interest rates have not moved from their rock bottom 0-0.25% since the beginning of 2009, and a rise is nearing. July’s employment report, out today, revealed...

By STAFF on Aug 9th, 2015
SWITZERLAND-TAXATION-POLITICS-BANKING

UBS’s giant banner on Hong Kong’s One Peking Road skyscraper, so big it has drawn complaints for keeping solar panels in the shade, is a testament to the renewed push among Swiss banks to win business from Asia’s burgeoning...

By STAFF on Aug 9th, 2015
Bobby Jindal

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, the first Indian-American to be running for the US presidency, is the youngest among the 17 Republican presidential aspirants for the 2016 elections. Bobby Jindal, 44, who is currently not among the top 10 Republican...

By STAFF on Aug 9th, 2015
Some phone-makers add their own software to Android

Samsung, LG and Google have pledged to provide monthly security updates for smartphones running the Android operating system. In July, a major bug was discovered in the software that could let hijackers access data on up to a billion phones. Manufacturers...

By STAFF on Aug 9th, 2015
Dementia

A new international study says increases in pollution and chemicals in the environment may be behind a silent epidemic of dementia cases. Published in the Surgical Neurology International journal, the study says that although dementia cases...

By STAFF on Aug 9th, 2015
Rachael Ray

Working out sure is rewarding, but a day or two later, you’re super sore. So, what do you do? Do you continue to exercise? Do you rest? Is there something you can eat to alleviate the pain? Bob Harper explains what you can do to help...

By STAFF on Aug 9th, 2015