Money wielded to help Ukraine and threaten Russia

Money wielded to help Ukraine and threaten Russia

The international community gave a financial boost to a feeble Ukraine on Wednesday as Republican lawmakers in the U.S. sought to increase the economic pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin in an …

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Money wielded to help Ukraine and threaten Russia

Carrot and stick: Money central to latest US and international response to Russia and Ukraine

WASHINGTON – The international community gave a financial boost to a feeble Ukraine on Wednesday as Republican lawmakers in the U.S. sought to increase the economic pressure on Russian President Vladimir …

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Carrot and stick: Money central to latest US and international response to Russia and Ukraine

IMF board approves $17 billion for Ukraine

IMF board approves $17 billion for Ukraine

WASHINGTON (AP) — The International Monetary Fund board on Wednesday approved a two-year, $17 billion loan package for cash-strapped Ukraine as it seeks to regain stability following Russia's annexation of Crimea.

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IMF board approves $17 billion in assistance for Ukraine

WASHINGTON — The International Monetary Fund board on Wednesday approved a two-year, $17 billion loan package for cash-strapped Ukraine as it seeks to regain stability following Russia's annexation of Crimea.

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‘Who Wants To Be Millionaire’ Host Cedric The Entertainer To Depart

Cedric The Entertainer is leaving Disney-ABC ‘s syndicated game show Who Wants To Be A Millionaire after a season as a host. There is no replacement yet though I’ve learned that Terry Crews is in line for the gig . Cedric cited his busy schedule and the show’s move to Connecticut for the decision. “With the many television and film projects that I have going on which shoot and promote in various …

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‘Who Wants To Be Millionaire’ Host Cedric The Entertainer To Depart

Canadian income disparity growing in Canada among fastest in the OECD

OTTAWA – Canada is among the worst countries in the developed world in terms of the widening income gap between top earners and others in society, according to the Organization for Economic Co-operation …

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Canadian income disparity growing in Canada among fastest in the OECD

Town might regulate large public assemblies

The town of Windermere does not have any rules on its books pertaining to the assembly of large groups like the so-called “Occupy” movement, which in recent years has held widely publicized protests in Orlando and other major U.S. cities against corporate and governmental systems.

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How much credit should the Occupy movement get? – NBC40.net

(AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, File). FILE – In this Nov. 17, 2011 file photo, demonstrators affiliated with the Occupy Wall Street movement march through the streets of the financial district in New York.

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Occupiers take credit for declaring mayday on the wealth gap, but experts are divided

NEW YORK — Glimmers of Occupy Wall Street will surface this week in a smattering of cities as activists join rallies for workers' rights, as they do every year on May Day.

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Rich on a roll: Canada’s 1% are getting richer, but they’re earning it, OECD study shows

OECD report shows the wealthiest 1% of Canadians captured a whopping 37% of income growth over the past three decades, more than any other country looked in the report except the United States

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Rich on a roll: Canada’s 1% are getting richer, but they’re earning it, OECD study shows