Deutsche Bank: NYC One Of The Worst Places In The World For Drinking

Daily Caller News Foundation | Guy Bentley
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Beer and cigarettes don't come cheap in the Big Apple

'Outbeared': Top Economist Warns Recession May Be Closer Than We Think

Business | Steve Birr
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‘This risk is that we are too attached to our original timing and that everything we thought might occur in 2017 comes a year earlier.’

US Economy Braces For The Worst After Asian Markets Implode

Business | Steve Birr
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‘Investors are worried about what central banks have left’

Deutsche Bank: Communism is alive in America

Business | Business Insider
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The government’s hand is deeper in your pocket than meets the eye

Government accuses Deutsche Bank of mortgage fraud - LAT

Business | interns

The federal government is now suing the bank for issuing mortgages in ways that costs the government millions of dollars

Bernanke delivers grim warnings on nation's fiscal standing - TheDC

Politics | Jon Ward

As deficit and debt aggressively climbs, Bernanke warns of ‘catastrophic’ consequences of default

Stars cash in for big New Years gigs - NY Post

Entertainment | Julia McClatchy (admin)

Gwyneth Paltrow is set to be joining husband Chris Martin, onstage at the record-breaking, 5 mil record-breaking, $25 million New Year’s Eve celebration at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas

Deutsche Bank to pay $554 million in tax shelter case - WaPo

Business | interns

The German bank admitted wrong doing in sheltering $5.9 billion for American citizens

One nation, under fraud - TheDC

Business | interns

The shocking story of rampant bank fraud that could cost you your home, whether you have a mortgage or not

Ryder Cup hopefuls state case - Boston Globe

Sports | Julia McClatchy (admin)

When Stewart Cink, Tiger Woods, and Zach Johnson signed their scorecards following the fourth round of the Deutsche Bank Championship, they emerged from the scoring trailer as though they were suppressing a secret

Today dawns at TPC Boston dripping with possibility - Boston Globe

Sports | Julia McClatchy (admin)

Good weather and a Labor Day finish haven’t been the only constants in the eight-year history of the Deutsche Bank Championship

Report: Districts held by GOP faring better in mortgage meltdown - The Hill

US | Chad Brady (admin)

More than three years after the real estate bubble burst, foreclosures continue to mount, despite billions of dollars in federal aid

Dual role in housing deals puts spotlight on Deutsche - WSJ

Business | Chad Brady (admin)

While creating and selling mortgage securities to some of its clients, the big German bank was not only advising other clients to bet the other way, but also sometimes doing so itself

Rubio camp disputes foreclosure - POLITICO

Politics | Chad Brady (admin)

The Florida U.S. Senate candidate’s Tallahassee home is co-owned by a U.S. House candidate

Puts and Calls: Chalking up political points on financial regulatory reform - The Daily Caller

Business | Tom Karol

Financial reform marches on as Wall Street retreats. Sen. Judd Gregg blasts the reform package as mostly scoring cheap political points and Fannie and Freddie escape unscathed

Puts and Calls: Good news for bankers, bad news for the climate bill - The Daily Caller

Business | Tom Karol

Friday, Friday, Friday. Tom Karol has the end-of-the-week insights into the Politics of Business

Bono honored, praises McCain - Politico

Entertainment | interns

U2 leader praises Senator saying ‘he never played dirty politics’ on international and humanitarian affairs

Unilateralism is no path forward on financial regulatory reform - ECONOMIC POLICIES FOR THE 21st CENTURY

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After months of emphasizing the need to coordinate a global regulatory response to the global financial crisis, the Administration has done an about-face. Instead of working in concert with international partners, the Administration now wants to enact reform unilaterally so as to “set the global agenda”

German BdB Banks Association Slams Obama Proposals

Business | AJ

Germany’s BdB banking association Friday slammed U.S. President Barack Obama’s proposals to limit U.S. banking activities, saying they could hamper the performance of banks and the economy.