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How Companies Are Using PIP To Humiliate and Get Rid of Workers





Another story from The dark side of Corporate America....

 
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Stocks Tumble After Eurogroup Meeting Suspended With "No Deal In Sight"





Just when you think we have finally hit "peak farce" this happens:

NO EUROGROUP AGREEMENT IN SIGHT ON GREECE: EU OFFICIAL
EUROGROUP HAS BEEN 'INDEFINITELY SUSPENDED:' EU OFFICIAL
EUROGROUP MAY RECONVENE ONCE GREECE PROPOSAL RECEIVED: OFFICIAL

 
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“Being Fed Garbage” and "Complacency Rules… for Now”





- We need a free market in currencies, not bail-ins and a war on cash and gold - People blindly trust “experts” so welcome that some of them giving prudent advice regarding diversification - Currencies of creditor nations – Norway, Switzerland, Singapore, Hong Kong will outperform in long term

 
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Doubts Over City of London's "Ageing Tech Systems” in Age of Cyber War





- Doubts over City of London’s “fintech” in age of cyber war - Thousands left in “financial limbo” after tech “error” - 600,000 RBS customer payments go "missing" in "system failure”

 
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Michael Whalen: Why the Streaming Music Business is Broken





Time for the musicians to learn the lessons that the video guys in Hollywood learned from them...

 
Tyler Durden's picture

The Fed Confirms It Is Above The Law: Yellen Tells Hensarling "No" On Leak Probe Documents





Just a few days after Jeb Hensarling accused The Fed of "willful obstruction" in the Congressional leak probe, demanding "immediate compliance" with the subpoena seeing "no legal basis to withhold records from Congress," Janet Yellen has responded in a letter: YELLEN REPEATS FED CAN'T PROVIDE DOCUMENTS ON LEAK PROBE. If this does not confirm The Fed is utterly above the law, we are not sure what it will take to convince skeptics of the need for an independent audit. As Hensarling previously noted, this appears to be "vigorous and coordinated obstruction.”

 
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How Some Companies Are Scamming Job Applicants





Guess what?  You were never meant to get the job!

 
Tyler Durden's picture

How Will Russia Respond To Asset Seizure Over Yukos Settlement?





Senior Russian officials said Kremlin lawyers are studying France and Belgium’s seizure of Russian government assets in the two countries as part of a court settlement to compensate shareholders of Yukos, the privately owned oil company that was shut down by Moscow.

 
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Could Russia Save Greece?





And does it really want to?

 
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Signs Of Financial Turmoil Are Brewing In Europe, China And The United States





As we move toward the second half of 2015, signs of financial turmoil are appearing all over the globe. Slowly but surely, we are starting to see the smart money head for the exits. As one Swedish fund manager put it recently, everyone wants “to avoid being caught on the wrong side of markets once the herd realizes stocks are over-valued“.

 
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How The Saudi Foreign Ministry Controls Arab Media





On Monday, Saudi Arabia celebrated the beheading of its 100th prisoner this year. The story was nowhere to be seen on Arab media despite the story's circulation on wire services. Even international media was relatively mute about this milestone compared to what it might have been if it had concerned a different country. How does a story like this go unnoticed? Today's release of the WikiLeaks "Saudi Cables" from the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs show how it's done.

 
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