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These 14 tech firms offer the best employee benefits in the UK

Silicon Valley tech firms are famous for showering their employees with benefits on top of what could already be considered a substantial salary. British employees have also found that tech companies…

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Germany expects up to 7,000 migrants from Hungary: police

Berlin (AFP) - Germany expects up to 7,000 migrants who have been stuck in Hungary to cross into the country via Austria on Saturday, federal police told AFP. The first trains carrying the refugees de…

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Ukraine's president lauds renewed cease-fire in the east

KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has lauded the renewed cease-fire in the east, saying that not a single Ukrainian soldier has died in fighting this week. The military c…

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The 12 hottest startups in Switzerland

Switzerland probably isn't the first country you think of when it comes to startups in Europe. The country's high cost of living has probably put off some tech startups, but there's a surprisingly vib…

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Scotland's 'Walter Scott Express' back on track

Edinburgh (AFP) - The new Scottish railway line that winds through landscapes romanticised by writer Walter Scott will be the backdrop to Queen Elizabeth II's longevity record when she officially reop…

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September is on the table (SPY, DJI, IXIC, USD, TLT, TLO)

The Federal Reserve can go with what it has. After six years of interest rates near zero, the recovery is at a point where some economists are convinced an interest rate hike is possible as soon as t…

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Here's the crazy thing Americans did the last time oil prices crashed (USO, OIL)

The last time oil prices crashed and brought down the price of gas, US consumers spent more money on gas. In his latest book "Misbehaving," behavioral economist Richard Thaler took a look household b…

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Biden's wife may share his misgivings about another race

WASHINGTON (AP) — Vice President Joe Biden's reluctance to enter the presidential race centers on his family. His wife, Jill, has never relished political life and is said to share his misgiving…

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Pope Francis prepares for most political trip yet

Vatican City (AFP) - Pope Francis is gearing up for potentially his most politically charged trip yet, an eight-day whirlwind visit which will take him from Havana's Revolution Square in Cuba to the h…

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Jailed clerk vows not to back down, no resolution in sight

GRAYSON, Ky. (AP) — Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis will spend Labor Day weekend in isolation at the Carter County Detention Center with her Bible and her clear conscience. At least three same-sex …

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The 5 States With the Most Government Jobs

There are more jobs out there than you might think -- and in more places to find them than you might imagine.

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Income Inequality in America: Is It as Bad as We Think?

Things are a lot more fluid than we may realize.

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Here's Why the Baker Bros. Are Gobbling up This Emerging Cancer Company

The renowned healthcare investing firm has slowly amassed a huge position in Seattle Genetics. Should investors consider riding on their coattails?

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How Much Social Security Tax Gets Taken Out of My Paycheck?

How much of your paycheck goes to Social Security tax? It depends how much you make.

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FitBit's 7 Competitive Advantages Over Other Brands

These are the seven areas where Fitbit says it can continue to lead the market. Are these things reason enough to buy in?

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Technical Analysis for the Long-Term Investor

Profit from the "Little Trigger, Big Homecoming" buy signal.

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The Rich Could Pay a Lot More for Medicare in 2016

Premium costs for high-income Medicare recipients could soar next year. Find out why.

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With Backing From the Blackstone Group, This Bank Is a Turnaround Worth Watching

With loads of capital and a surge in new deals, this bank has caught the attention of several prominent investors.

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The Principal 401(k) Strategy Every Saver Should Follow

If you want your 401(k) to do as good a job as possible, make sure you do this.

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Arena Pharmaceuticals Lost a Third of Its Value in August -- Here's Why

Arena Pharmaceuticals' shareholders got a reality check following the company's second-quarter earnings results.

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Hot Property: Making the grade

Truth is, we learn new things all the time on this beat. History, architecture and current events are just a few of the subject areas that pair with celebrity and luxury real estate. You'll find this …

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Great Reads: Dying sequoias, Tarantino and small town noir

Hey there. I'm Kari Howard, and I edit the Great Reads (a.k.a. Column Ones) for the Los Angeles Times. Two of my biggest loves are narrative journalism and music, and I'm lucky that my days are filled…

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Personal finance Q&A: Shopping for insurance is worth the effort

Dear Liz: I pay about $670 per month for insurance for four cars, our home and a $1-million umbrella policy. We've been with the same well-known national insurance company for over 30 years. About fiv…

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Opinion: Why 'God's authority' can't keep Kim Davis out of jail

Good morning. I'm Paul Thornton, The Times' letters editor, and it is Saturday, Sept. 5. Labor Day is in two days, so here's a pleasant reminder to those of you whose employers observe the holiday: Re…

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Stakes are high for Apple going into 'critical event'

Apple's annual September event is always its most anticipated gathering of the year. The stakes are especially high this time around.

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Guatemalan voters doubt election will make their lives better

- One woman blurted her idea for capturing the attention of Guatemala's power brokers: Let's stop paying taxes.

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Europe's refugee crisis is darkened by the shadows of WWII

On a continent still haunted by World War II, ghostly - and ghastly - shadows of that convulsive conflict have been impossible to avoid as Europe grapples with its biggest refugee crisis since the war…

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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle turns sleuth in 'Arthur & George' miniseries on PBS

The collected works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle are a gift that just keeps on giving. Especially to television, where "Elementary" (CBS) and "Sherlock" (BBC America) currently deliver two very different…

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After standoff in Hungary, thousands of Syrians arrive in Austria

Thousands of weary but relieved refugees arrived at Hungary's border with Austria on Saturday, brought there by the Hungarian government after it threw up its hands and decided to give the Syrians pa…

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On freight-dependent Catalina, an uproar over a new exclusive contract

At about 9:15 each weeknight, the "Islander" barge rumbles toward the rocky shoreline of eastern Catalina Island - and on it, the daily essentials for 4,000 residents and an estimated 1 million visito…

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