John Bossu

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These Romantic Movies Are Guaranteed To Make You Sob

Romeo and Juliet. Tristan and Isolde. Jack and Rose. Why is it that the most iconic love stories in our collective cultural imagination are also the …

Comments and quibbles on China’s mostly-strong July trade data

2013-08-08T08:25:47.000Z<p>By: Kate Mackenzie<p>The China July trade data came in surprisingly strong, and even the detail holds up fairly well — apart …

Dear Men, Please Grow a Set

"Say what you wanna say.And let the words fall out.Honestly, I wanna see you be brave."~ Sara Bareilles<p>I met Mike -- a nice, smart, FDNY fireman -- at my local bar one Saturday night. I had stopped in for a beer and veggie burger at the bar, and to do some writing. I honestly had no desire to meet …

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ZANEROBE 2013 Summer Collection

ZANEROBE started off as a bet between two friends. Over beers one day, co-founder Jonathan Yeo<p>ZANEROBE started off as a bet between two friends. Over beers one day, co-founder Jonathan Yeo recalls “seeing a guy dressed in a hideous striped shirt” and betting Leith Testoni — then the more …

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S&P says shrinking U.S. deficit boosts debt outlook

NEW YORK — Standard & Poor's boosted its outlook for U.S. government debt Monday, citing stable government debt levels and predicting the U.S. economy will continue to improve.<p>The credit rating service affirmed the U.S. government's "AA+" long-term and "A-1+" short-term unsolicited sovereign credit …

California bill would fine big firms whose workers get Medi-Cal

For years, politicians and labor unions have pilloried<p>Wal-Martand other large employers for paying workers so little that many qualify for government health insurance at taxpayers' expense.<p>Now critics fear the public will get stuck with an even bigger tab as California and other states …