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Europe's trade coup

From: Buisness-standard By Daniel Gros Recommended by: business-standard All has gone quiet on the transatlantic trade front, with last month’s agreement between US President Donald Trump and European Commission President Jean-
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What Uncertain Business Environments Reveal About Workforce Planning

The Brexit Day countdown is on, and yet, political tussles over whether the UK will keep its close financial services ties with the European Union show little signs of resolving. For large American banks using London as a major
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What Brexit Impacted Companies Need to Be Doing Now

For businesses that operate in the UK, the looming British exit from the European Union (“Brexit”) presents several challenges for managing employees who are EU nationals. Perhaps most significantly, EU nationals will need additional,
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Devastating photos show the impact of deadly wildfires in Athens

A man holds his son as a wildfire burns in the town of Rafina, near Athens, on July 23.Image: ANGELOS TZORTZINIS/AFP/Getty ImagesDevastating photos give a small insight into the colossal impact of wildfires currently raging near Greece's capital.
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Google slapped with $5 billion fine by EU for Android antitrust breach

European antitrust regulators have fined Google with a 4.34 billion euro ($5.04 billion) fine for abusing its position in the smartphone market to increase the dominance of its search engine, the European Commission announced in a statement
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Some nervousness, overall stable

From: Buisness-standard By Devangshu Datta Recommended by: business-standard The global trade war has intensified with China and India imposing retaliatory tariffs on US goods. Russia is threatening similar action and the EU and
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How EU should react to US steel tariffs

From: Buisness-standard By Daniel Gros Recommended by: business-standard Voluntary export restraints by Europe could hand Trump an apparent victory, while benefiting EU's steel producersThe last-minute decision by US President
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EU lawmakers raked Mark Zuckerberg over the coals — but, as usual, it didn’t matter

Mark Zuckerberg is back on his bullshit.  The Facebook CEO appeared before Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) on Tuesday to discuss data protection in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal. The questions of European lawmakers were