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How Long Before China's Renminbi Becomes Fully Convertible?
As topics go it?s pretty hot and a question frequently asked. Just exactly when the Renminbi(?RMB?), the official name of the currency that was introduced by the Communist People?s Republic of China at the time of its foundation in 1949, becomes fully convertible and freely tradable has vexed the minds [...]

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Whoopie GDP
Well, real GDP finally hit a 4 percent growth rate in the second quarter; so, naturally, the Dow ended the day down. This is why I don?t claim to be a forecaster, and, when I?m forced into it, I try to update it often. While I could quibble?for instance, inventory accumulation [...]

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Growth Wine Category: Think Inside The Box
The US is the largest world market for boxed wines, adding an incremental 84 million units between 2012 and 2017.

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Are You Making Enough To Feel Successful? (Probably Not.)
Does the number in the "amount" line on your paychecks have you feeling like less than a world beater? You're hardly alone.

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SungardASVoice: How To Modify Your Business Continuity Plan For Sharknado 2
Sharks. Sharks flying through the air and chomping people into bits. Seems plausible. It could happen, right? Well, it?s happening. Tonight, as a matter of fact!

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20 Years of KIPP: Lessons for Success in Public Education
The founding of the Knowledge Is Power Program (KIPP) 20 years ago is remarkable for what it catalyzed, and there?s a lot we can learn from it?s achievements in the two decades since.

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London's Poshest Picnic Hampers (One Even Comes With A Butler)
We?ve rounded up some of the poshest London picnics available so you can have a truly memorable moveable feast.

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What Ronald Reagan Didn't Say About the EITC
I like the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). It encourages work and allows millions of low-wage workers and their kids toescape a life of poverty. Democrats support it as a critical part of the safety net. Republicans back it because it rewards work and family. Just last week, House Budget [...]

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•  Second Quarter Results Show Earnings And Revenue Growth
Investors should look for the companies that have a recent history of growing their earnings (and revenues) and are still trading at a relatively reasonable price.
•  Ban the Hugs: Studying Abroad, American-Style
You are thousands of miles away from home, without your support system and people are kissing you hello. Here is the 101 on study abroad.
•  A New Way to Save for Long-Term Care Costs in Old Age, But How Many Will Buy?
Earlier this month, with absolutely no fanfare, the Treasury Department announced what could be a major change in the way we save for retirement. It will now permit people to shift a portion of their 401(k)s or IRAs into a deferred annuity that provides a guaranteed stream of income once you reach old age.
•  Can You Afford Your Parents' Longer Lives?
6 tips for the fear buried inside many boomers .
•  SIPC's Brokerage Account 'Insurance' Scam: Take It from a Comptroller of the Currency
I’ve invited James Smith, former Comptroller of the Currency and former Deputy Under-Secretary of the U.S. Treasury to discuss the Insurance Scam being run by SIPC.  As I’ve discussed in prior columns posted at www.kotlikoff.net, this scam puts all brokerage account holders at extreme risk.  Indeed, I strongly recommend every brokerage account holder close her account immediately pending passage of H.R. 3482 and S. 1725.  I also strongly recommend that all SIPC-insured brokerage firms immediately disclose the huge risk to their clients of SIPC “insurance,” specifically that if they withdraw and spend enough of their account balances, they can a) lose any claim to SIPC insurance coverage on their remaining balance and b) also be sued for every penny they legitimately withdrew over the six years proceeding the discovery of fraud in their brokerage account.  To avoid its insurance obligation and sue legitimate brokerage account investors, SIPC need only declare the fraud a Ponzi Scheme, which is easily done and which, as the NY Times, recently reported, are a dime a dozen.  Take It From a Comptroller of the Currency:  Congress Needs to Act Now to Protect Investors from SIPC “Insurance" by James E. Smith On September 25, 2000, eight years before the scams of Bernard Madoff and R. Allen Stanford were uncovered, Gretchen Morgenson (financial journalist for the New York Times) wrote a perceptive column of exacting detail describing the Securities Investor Protection Corporation’s pinched and adversarial practices aimed at favoring the SIPC Fund over protecting innocent customers of failed broker dealers. That column was “dead on” concerning SIPC’s regrettable culture, in which litigation rather than protection is too often the order of the day.
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•  State of the Art: Lytro?s Illum Is a Camera for Serious Photographers
•  Bits Blog: Square Plans a New, Chip-Friendly Credit Card Reader
•  DealBook: Snapchat Said to Have Had Talks With Alibaba on Potential Investment


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•  Growth Wine Category: Think Inside The Box
•  Quantcast Is Working To Transform Advertising
•  iPhone 6 Sapphire Display Myth Busted As Evidence For It Crumbles

Technology: Wired
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•  Buying Madbits, Twitter Wants Image-Search Super Powers
•  Dark Data, Amber, and Attenborough
•  Eruptions Summer Break


Software News: The Register
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•  Microsoft rolls up more Windows Server 2012 R2 updates
•  Android busted for carrying Fake ID: OS doesn't check who really made that 'Adobe' plugin
•  Bitcoin on ATM? Pfft! We play DOOM on ours

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•  Is the App Store Broken?
•  Meet Apache Software Foundation VP Rich Bowen (Video)
•  More Quantum Strangeness: Particles Separated From Their Properties


Enterprise: The Register
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•  YES, iPhones ARE getting slower with each new release of iOS
•  Microsoft stands on shore as tablet-laden boat sails away
•  Bloodthirsty Apple fanbois TEAR OPEN new Macbook, bare its guts to world+dog

    
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