1. A South Carolina police officer has been charged with murder for allegedly shooting an apparently unarmed black man at least eight times in the back as he was running away. 2. Royal Dutch Shell is in
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The kickoff was announced Thursday by ECB President Mario Draghi, who confirmed the eurozone central bank will begin its programme of buying around 60 billion euros of public and private bonds each month
Last year was a good year for PE - the strongest since the financial crisis, according to research firm Preqin. In June, PE and venture capital assets under management reached a new high of $3.8 trillion,
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We’re still waiting for the final pricing details on the Apple Watch, but if recent reports that Apple plans to sell one million gold Edition units a month are true, Apple Watch could wreak havoc on gold
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Walmart and T.J. Maxx are two of the latest companies. It’s been six years since Congress raised the federal minimum wage, which stands at a paltry $7.25. Some companies aren’t waiting around any longer.