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MessagePosté le: Ven 22 Nov - 20:52 (2013)    Sujet du message: USA Répondre en citant

Service Members Fall Prey to Payday Loans, Despite Law By JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG and PETER EAVIS
Many predatory lenders have found ways around the Military Lending Act, a law that was intended to stop them, officials say.


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Comment se créer un marché :

Caterpillar Probed for Possibly Dumping Parts in Pacific Ocean Federal investigators are probing a subsidiary of Caterpillar to determine whether it was dumping train parts into the ocean near Long Beach, Calif. as part of a possible scheme to bill railroad companies for unneeded repairs.


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MessagePosté le: Mer 27 Nov - 00:12 (2013)    Sujet du message: USA Répondre en citant

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L'agence Bloomberg se recentre sur l'information factuelle financière
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Information 2 L'agence d'informations financières américaine souhaite désormais privilégier les articles courts sur l'actualité des marchés à destination des traders et des directeurs de hedge funds, rapporte le New-York Times. Le journalisme d'investigation ne sera plus sa priorité.


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U.S. Raises Concerns About South Korea Deal With China’s Huawei

The Obama administration is privately raising concerns with South Korea about its plans to let a Chinese telecommunications giant develop the country’s advanced wireless network, citing what Washington sees as a risk that the company’s equipment could be used for spying on communications among the allies, U.S. officials say.

The U.S. effort in South Korea, which followed a similar push with Australia, shows the extent to which the Obama administration has quietly sought to deter key national security partners from relying on China’s Huawei Technologies Co. to build critical telecommunications networks used for sensitive communications.

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Federal Regulators Expected to Approve Toughened Volcker Rule Next Week

Federal regulators are expected to approve a toughened version of the Volcker rule next week, ending years of wrangling over the controversial Dodd-Frank provision and opening a new phase of stricter oversight for Wall Street.

The votes come in the wake of frantic last-minute negotiations that threatened to upend the rule, which prevents banks from making risky bets with their own money.

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Detroit pensions can be cut in bankruptcy
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Judge's ruling lets city go forward with restructuring that could reduce public-sector retirees' benefits.
2 big myths about Illinois pension reform
Judge rules Detroit is eligible for bankruptcy
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Who’s profiting from the Detroit bankruptcy Barclays, Christie’s, Jones Day among firms reaping profits

Images of abandoned houses and dark streets in Detroit underscore what it truly means when a city’s coffers run dry. But, paradoxically, as the once-vibrant Motor City winds its way through bankruptcy court, the costs of restructuring are staggeringly high.

Cities restructure through Chapter 9 of the bankruptcy code, which, because of its lack of precedent, can be lengthy and expensive. Given that Detroit is the biggest-ever municipal bankruptcy case with $18 billion in debt, the costs add up. Teams of bankruptcy lawyers and restructuring experts stand to make a hefty profit on the process, but others are poised to gain as well.

Detroit watchers have estimated that the city will have paid over a hundred million dollars by the time it emerges from bankruptcy. Here’s a look at some of those who are benefiting.

— Ben Eisen


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Firm: Barclays

Potential Profit: $ 4.4 million

Role: The British bank is in talks to provide special bankruptcy funding for Detroit known as “debtor in possession” financing. For the $350 million the city will receive, Barclays BCS +1.29%   UK:BARC -1.50%  is set to charge a fee of 1.25% of the original amount, or $4.4 million, according to documents disclosed Monday. Barclays intends to resell portions of the debt, but if it runs into trouble finding buyers, it could raise the interest rate to lure buyers, adding to costs for the city. Barclays had sought to keep the fees confidential, warning that making the costs public would make the financing more expensive, but Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes ruled that Barclays must make it public.



Firm: Christie’s

Potential Profit: $250,000

Role: Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr, who was appointed by the state to help restructure the city’s finances, is considering selling the Detroit Institute of Art’s collection to help pay creditors. The potential for the museum’s liquidation has been a controversial part of the large-scale effort to revamp the city’s finances. To help document the art’s value, Orr hired auction house Christie’s to appraise the 35,000 pieces in the collection. The bill from Christie’s: $200,000, with an additional $50,000 in potential fees tacked on, according to news reports.



Firm: Jones Day

Potential Profit: Up to $18 million

Role: The architects of Detroit’s legal strategy come from Washington D.C.-based law firm Jones Day, led by attorney Bruce Bennett. The firm brings a wealth of collective expertise (Jones Day is involved in the Stockton, Calif. bankruptcy), but also charges a pretty penny. Some lawyers bill as much as $1,000 per hour, according to The Detroit Free Press, which reported that the city has a contract with Jones Day for legal fees of up to $18 million. Orr, a former bankruptcy attorney and the current emergency manager, also used to work for Jones Day. Law firms Pepper Hamilton and Miller Canfield are also retained by the city, with contracts of $850,000 and $750,000 respectively.





Firms: Conway McKenzie; Ernst & Young; Miller Buckfire; Milliman

Potential Profit: Up to $19.3 million; $8.1 million; $8 million; $332,500

Role: Detroit had contracts with a number of consulting firms prior to its bankruptcy filing, but Orr entered into new, more expensive contracts, after the city went into court, according to The Detroit Free Press. Conway McKenzie, which is formulating and implementing the bulk of Detroit’s operational restructuring, has the biggest take, with a contract for up to $19.3 million. Ernst & Young is providing cash-flow analysis for the city. Miller Buckfire is consulting on the financial restructuring work, and Milliman is finding savings in the city’s health care and pension plans.



Person: Kevyn Orr

Profit: $275,000 per year, plus expenses

Role: Orr, the mastermind behind the plan to revitalize the city, receives a salary of $275,000 per year, according to state documents. Compared to the salary of a city manager, that’s not particularly lucrative (for example, the city manager of Cambridge, Mass, which is one seventh the size of Detroit, makes $330,000 annually). His expenses, including housing in a Westin Hotel and travel to see his family in Washington D.C., have amoved that number higher. A nonprofit created by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder called New Energy to Reinvent and Diversify has been paying roughly $4,200 per month for these expenses, The New York Times reported.





Person: Robert Fishman

Profit: $600 per hour

Role: Just the costs associated with the case take some organization, so the court has appointed a fee examiner to review and disclose the city’s fees. Robert Fishman, an attorney in Chicago with Shaw Fishman Glantz & Towbin LLC, is paid $600 per hour, according to The New York Times. That’s below his usual rate of $675 per hour.


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Stock futures pull back on strong ADP data
Express plunges after poor Thanksgiving sales
Government shutdown risk is rising
U.S. trade deficit drops 5.4% in October
OPEC keeps production ceiling unchanged
Oil futures keep climbing after U.S. supply drop


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Commentary: Pope Francis isn't attacking capitalism, rather the idolatry of money.


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Dec. 12, 2013, 2:39 a.m. EST
Google execs got discount on jet fuel, says NASA
http://www.marketwatch.com/story/google-execs-got-discount-on-jet-fuel-says…
By Mark Maremont
Top Google Inc. executives saved millions of dollars by flying their private jet fleet on discounted fuel purchased from the federal government that they weren’t entitled to buy, according to a new inspector general review released Wednesday.
The report, by the inspector general of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, said the Google executives only were authorized to buy the discounted fuel for government business, but instead for six years also were allowed to purchase it for private flights.
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What’s News: NASA audit shows that a private company owned by Google’s founders received an unwarranted discount on jet fuel. Discovery Communications is weighing a bid for Scripps Networks Interactive. Amazon.com expands grocery delivery service to San Francisco. Photo: AP

The inspector general blamed the situation on an internal government “misunderstanding” rather than intentional misconduct.
The report said the arrangement didn’t result in a loss to the government, but said a company operating the jets for the Google executives “nevertheless received a monetary benefit to which it was not entitled,” and the arrangement “engendered a sense of unfairness and a perception of favoritism.”
The report pegged the unwarranted fuel discount between $3.3 million and $5.3 million.


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is a sheep in wolf’s clothing
Investors assume global the financial crisis is now over. But the real economy is moribund, writes Satyajit Das.


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» Washington Drives the World Toward War — Paul Craig Roberts
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Washington Drives the World Toward War

Paul Craig Roberts

Washington has had the US at war for 12 years: Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Libya, Pakistan, Yemen, and almost Syria, which could still happen, with Iran waiting in the wings. These wars have been expensive in terms of money, prestige, and deaths and injuries of both US soldiers and the attacked civilian populations. None of these wars appears to have any compelling reason or justifiable explanation. The wars have been important to the profits of the military/security complex. The wars have provided cover for the construction of a Stasi police state in America, and the wars have served Israel’s interest by removing obstacles to Israel’s annexation of the entire West Bank and southern Lebanon.

As costly and destructive as these wars have been, they are far below the level of a world war, much less a world war against nuclear armed opponents.


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German Amazon workers take protest to Seattle
U.S. unions plan to help their European counterparts stage a protest at the retailer's HQ, as Amazon faces strikes in Germany.
Amazon to take on Costco
Is Amazon the Wal-Mart of Germany?


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