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Ford CEO Gets Raise After Massive Layoff Round

Ford CEO Gets Raise After Massive Layoff Round

Despite a massive layoff round and otherwise mediocre performance, Ford CEO has received a 6 percent raise

Germany’s Flirtation With Recession Could Cripple The Global Economy

Germany’s Flirtation With Recession Could Cripple The Global Economy

As the European Union scrambles to put out fires left and right, it seems like it may have another one developing in the background

Where To Look As Gold Miners Inch Higher

Where To Look As Gold Miners Inch Higher

While major gold miners continue to inch higher, the sector must still overcome some hurdles, including declining production

Google Faces Billions In Fines From European Regulators

Google Faces Billions In Fines From European Regulators

Fines are stacking up for Google in the European Union, but Alphabet’s stock has shown no sign of wavering

The Energy Industry Has A Millennial Problem

The Energy Industry Has A Millennial Problem

Talented millennials with science and tech backgrounds simply aren’t interested in the oil and gas sector, according the a new report

Russian Banks Scramble For Sanction Loopholes

Russian Banks Scramble For Sanction Loopholes

As U.S. sanctions on Russia’s financial institutions pile up, the country’s banks are looking for loopholes to hold on to U.S. dollars

Gold ETFs Take A Hit After Four-Month Run

Gold ETFs Take A Hit After Four-Month Run

After a four-month bull run, gold prices and gold backed ETFs are taking a hit, though inflows still remain positive

European Union Takes Aim At Ten New Tax Havens

European Union Takes Aim At Ten New Tax Havens

The European Union has expanded its ‘tax haven blacklist’, adding ten new destinations in a move to create greater transparency

Goldman Defends Trillion-Dollar Corporate Buyback Spree

Goldman Defends Trillion-Dollar Corporate Buyback Spree

The new wave of corporate buybacks on the back of Trump tax breaks has caused an uproar, and Goldman Sachs is stepping up to defend the new strategy

$600 Billion At Risk As Boeing Fallout Continues

$600 Billion At Risk As Boeing Fallout Continues

With the company facing a PR disaster and loss of confidence with global airline carriers, there could be more than $600 billion in orders at risk of cancellation

Venezuela Has Yet Another Crisis Developing

Venezuela Has Yet Another Crisis Developing

As if things couldn’t get any worse for Venezuela following last week’s blackout