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How more than 100 American soccer players abroad fared this weekend

“Augsburg on Saturday Werder Bremen forward Aron Johannsson: not in the 18 for 6-1 cup victory at fourth-tier Wormatia; league opener vs” writes Steven Goff Has for washingtonpost.com. Hannover on Saturday Werder Bremen forward Isaiah Young (age 20): did not play for Bremen II Hertha Berlin goalkeeper Jonathan Klinsmann: at third-tier Braunschweig in German Cup on Monday; vs. Source: washingtonpost.com Share This:

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Turkish economy will not collapse: Logoglu

“A: No, Turkish economy will not collapse, despite the deep problems it is facing” reports tehrantimes.com. As I said earlier, the Turkish economy will not collapse.It would first depend on the course the Turkish economy takes in the next few months.Q: Is there possibility of collapse of Turkey’s economy if the tensions continue?. This could have a deleterious impact on the Turkish economy. Source: tehrantimes.com Share This:

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A video shows the man striking out, using a racial slur and telling the staff they have to obey him.

“Uganda police arrested an older American man after reviewing a video that showed him striking out at hotel workers and using racial slurs” writes Carla Herreria for huffingtonpost.com. The four-minute video begins with Taylor behind the reception desk, knocking things off tables while the hotel workers get out of his way. Source: huffingtonpost.com Share This:

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As Stock Markets Brush Off Trade Tensions, a Warning of Trouble Ahead

“But if the slump in copper prices is a harbinger of a significant slowdown in global economic growth, American investors could eventually feel the pain” reports nytimes.com. Such concerning signals emanating from a country that accounts for roughly 15 percent of the world economy might give some investors pause.Investors seem broadly split over whether American markets can continue to separate themselves from worries about global growth. Source: nytimes.com Share This:

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Bill George: Senator Elizabeth Warren’s proposal to remake American capitalism is flawed at its core

“Warren’s proposed legislation would require corporations to be federally chartered and consider the interests of all major stakeholders” writes unknown author for cnbc.com. In her Op-Ed in this Wednesday’s Wall Street Journal, Senator Elizabeth Warren proposed The Accountable Capitalism Act – new federal legislation requiring corporations to consider the interests of employees and other stakeholders as well as shareholders. Source: cnbc.com Share This:

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Senator unveils bold new plan to reshape American capitalism

“Anyone who owns shares in the company could sue if they believed corporate directors were not meeting their obligations” writes Erin Durkin for theguardian.com. The proposal aims to alter a model she says has caused corporations to chase profits for shareholders to the detriment of workers.The legislation would also require 75% of directors and shareholders to approve before a corporation could make political expenditures.Instead, businesses would have to consider all major corporate stakeholders – which could include workers, customers, and the cities and towns where those corporations operate. Source: theguardian.com Share…

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Elizabeth Warren to introduce the ‘Accountable Capitalism Act’

“Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., will introduce legislation Wednesday aimed at making the nation’s largest companies accountable to employees and their local communities, not just shareholders” reports washingtonexaminer.com. “But between 2007 and 2016, large American companies dedicated 93% of their earnings to shareholders,” Warren added.That charter would require corporate directors to “consider the interests of all major corporate stakeholders—not only shareholders—in company decisions.”In the early 1980s, large American companies sent less than half their earnings to shareholders, spending the rest on their employees and other priorities.”.  Source: washingtonexaminer.com Share This:

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The CEO of an American boat manufacturer perfectly laid out how Trump’s tariffs are crushing US businesses

“The Correct Craft CEO said Trump’s trade fights are leading to higher costs and threaten boat sales” writes Bob Bryan for businessinsider.com. Regardless of how these companies are managing, it’s clear that Trump’s trade fights are taking a toll on American business.Correct Craft employs more than 1,300 American workers and has six manufacturing plants around the US, but despite the homegrown nature of the business, Trump’s tariffs are taking a toll.In fact, Yeargin said the tariffs pose an existential threat to the US boat manufacturing industry.Some US businesses have had…

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