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German Election 2017 Info

Angela Merkel 46.1%

46.1

Martin Schulz 23.6%

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News Stream (Business Insider)
Business Insider 897

Positive35.23%

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Negative23.75%

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Neutral41.03%

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RANKED: The top 17 places to work in the UK

LONDON – Glassdoor, a leading recruitment and employee review website, has announced this year's list for the top towns and cities in the UK to work in. The list, published on Friday, ranks places based on ease of finding a job, employees' job satisfaction and how aff...

  


10 things in tech you need to know today (AAPL)

Good morning! Here is the tech news you need to know this Friday. 1. . New iPhones usually draw long queues at Apple's retail stores, but reports suggested just 30 people turned out in Sydney, but that . 2. . Yulia Zamora said she was repeatedly harassed, and her suit come...

  


The City is betting hard Brexit will never happen

A number of City analysts now say they do not believe hard Brexit will happen.  The Conservatives' election loss, plus Labour's turn toward the Single Market, has strengthened the pro-Europe majority of MPs in Parliament. There are only about 50 MPs wh...

  


'A history of human greed:' The 26 different ways people have cheated markets over 200 years

FICC Markets Standards Board analysed 200 years of enforcement cases, reviewing 400 cases from 19 countries. FMSB report found 26 common types of market misconduct, including insider trading and spoofing. The data is "a history of human greed," according to FMSB Chai...

  


Mueller's investigators want to know what Sean Spicer knew when he said Trump had confidence in James Comey days before Comey was fired

Robert Mueller's investigators want to know what Sean Spicer knew when he said President Donald Trump had confidence in James Comey, the FBI director Trump fired just days after Spicer made the remarks in the White House press briefing room. Special counsel Mueller's team i...

  


North Korea's latest threat to the US was unlike any other from the regime

North Korea's to President Donald Trump and the US on Thursday may have included its usual fiery rhetoric, but underneath its superfluous metaphors, the regime may have been signaling a more personal message. The statement, which called Trump "a frightened dog" and a "dota...

  


REPORT: China tells its banks to stop doing business with North Korea

China reportedly told its banks to stop doing business with North Korea. The People's Bank of China, the country's central bank, told banks to "strictly implement United Nations sanctions against North Korea," . Reuters added that banks were "told to stop providing financia...

  


Some NFL players want a month for social justice similar to 'Breast Cancer Awareness Month'

A group of four prominent NFL players reached out to the league in hopes of securing support for social activism and community involvement, . The memo, sent to the league in August, includes signatures from Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins, Eagles wide receiver To...

  


Violence erupts during Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's speech in New York

Another appearance by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan erupted in violence on American soil Thursday, months after Erdogan's security detail was accused of attacking protesters in Washington DC. At least three demonstrators were escorted out of the Marriott hotel in N...

  


North Korea suggests testing a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean after calling Trump 'a frightened dog'

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un personally fired back at Trump, calling him a "mentally deranged US dotard." Kim Jong Un's statement follows a meeting between Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in. Trump moved to slap more sanctions against the regime, after his fi...

  


ESPN radio host went on an epic rant against advanced football stats and the Pythagorean Theorem

It has been a rough start to the season for the New York Giants and that frustration spilled over onto ESPN's local radio affiliate in New York. Don La Greca is the co-host of "The Michael Kay Show" on ESPN Radio who responded to a caller who brought up a widely accepted...

  


Hewlett Packard Enterprise is reportedly laying off 5,000 workers globally (HPE)

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is cutting 5,000 jobs as part of a wider effort to slash costs at the company, . The layoffs will affect about 10% of HPE's workforce, including employees both in the US and abroad, according to the report. HPE will start making the cuts before&nb...

  


One section of Trump's US-Mexico border wall could prompt 'decades of court cases' from private landowners

The Trump administration could end up seizing land from private-property owners in Texas for its US-Mexico border wall. Possible lawsuits in these matters could cost millions and take years to settle. The Trump administration could face backlash in Texas, a state he won in...

  


Spotify and other streaming services are finally giving the music industry something to cheer about

Music streaming services are finally offering some hope for the recorded music industry. According to a mid-year report from the , the estimated retail revenues from recorded music rose 17% in the first half of 2017, with revenue from music streaming sites accounti...

  


The definitive Wall Street scorecard is out — and Goldman Sachs is slipping

The latest ranking of Wall Street supremacy is out, and there's a notable shift at the top of the league tables. JPMorgan  dominated the competition in the first half of the year for revenue across fixed income, equities, and banking, according to data-analytics c...

  


Rubicon — a macro hedge fund in London — has lost a third of its value this year

NEW YORK – Rubicon Fund Management, a large London hedge fund focused on trading around global economic events, has suffered a 33.2% loss in its flagship fund this year. The losses were disclosed in investor documents reviewed by Business Insider. ...

  


NFL WEEK 3: Our official predictions for who wins this weekend

Week 3 of the NFL season is here! After two weeks, football fans are getting an idea of how this year might shake out. This week, 2-0 teams will look to prove their early season success isn't just a fluke, and 0-2 teams will desperately try to save their young seasons from...

  


You have to run up a ski slope in this 400m race – with inclines of up to 40 degrees

is a series in which competitors have to sprint up a ski jump, with inclines as steep as 40 degrees. The race is only 400m long, but the high altitude makes the courses even more challenging as oxygen is scarce. The series has 14 ski jumps all across the globe.  Produc...

  


ALBERT EDWARDS: The Bank of England is helping to fuel 'monetary schizophrenia' around the world

Global central banks are engaging in "monetary schizophrenia," Societe Generale's Albert Edwards says. Central banks are actively fuelling the credit bubbles they seek to deflate, Edwards says. LONDON — Societe Generale's notoriously pessimistic strategist Alb...

  


The head of the New York Stock Exchange explains the overlooked trait he sees in almost every great entrepreneur

Thomas Farley has seen countless entrepreneurs walk in and out of the since he assumed his position as head of the iconic Wall Street institution close to four years ago. So he has a pretty keen sense of what it takes to be a successful business leader. The NYSE, the large...

  


Bran Stark just started studying at this UK university — and Twitter is going crazy

Isaac Hempstead Wright, aka Bran Stark from "Game of Thrones," has been spotted on campus at the University of Birmingham during Freshers' Week. Reports that he had enrolled at UoB initially surfaced on Twitter. Birmingham's edition of has since confirmed sightings of Hemp...

  


TGI Fridays is going to start delivering booze — and it could help defeat a curse sweeping the restaurant industry

TGI Fridays wants to give customers the chance to chug the chain's margaritas from the comfort of their own couches.  On Thursday, Fridays announced it had partnered with the delivery startup Lash to begin delivering alcoholic beverages along with food orders placed via...

  


The 2 key reasons behind the $1.1 billion Google-HTC smartphone deal (GOOG)

Google is buying part of HTC's smartphone division for $1.1 billion, and acquiring 2,000 new employees. It's a lifeline for HTC, which has struggled in recent years. And it demonstrates that Google is serious about its smartphone ambitions as its Pixel phones go head to hea...

  


'The sound of a dog barking': North Korean foreign minister mocks Trump's fiery threats

North Korea's foreign minister has cited a local proverb likening Trump's fiery rhetoric against his country as "a dog barking." Ri Yong Ho told reporters on Wednesday, : "If he was thinking he could scare us with the sound of a dog barking, that's really a dog dream." Thi...

  


10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, AMD, TSLA, GOOGL, EFX)

Here is what you need to know. . The Fed will begin the process of unwinding its $4.5 trillion balance sheet in October by starting to not reinvest some of its bonds as they mature — that way, they'll roll off its balance sheet. Rate hike odds are surging.&...

  


EU Parliament chief Brexit negotiator calls Boris Johnson 'old-fashioned and reductionist'

EU parliament chief negotiator launches scathing attack on Boris Johnson after the foreign secretary accuses young British people of having "split allegiances" between EU and UK. Guy Verhofstadt accuses Johnson of an "old fashioned and reductionist" views. Comments c...

  


This map shows how the Parsons Green terror investigation goes far beyond a few guys in London

Detectives pursuing those responsible for the Parsons Green bomb attack on the London Underground last week arrested another man in the early hours of Thursday morning, taking the total number of arrests to six. All suspects — five men and a 17-year-old boy — r...

  


BANK OF AMERICA: One area of the stock market could double in the next 2 years

Bank of America Merrill Lynch thinks that the hottest area of the global stock market has much higher to climb. Perhaps surprisingly, it's not the , even though the benchmark US index has shown some serious strength, climbing 12% this year. The bank's analysts are talk...

  


A simple card game shows how children are more likely to cheat in life if they are told they are smart

Parents are often quick to praise their children, but research has shown that the wrong kind of pep talk can have unintended consequences. The study, , found that giving children the wrong kind of praise can make them dishonest. In particular, the Chinese and American resea...

  


Why one of Facebook's most successful video publishers had to scramble to re-think its whole strategy to cash in on ads

Publishers like Tastemade built big Facebook audiences by churning out lots of short content. But now many need to shift gears. That's because Facebook has begun inserting ads into video clips, but only if they run 90 seconds or more. For Tastemade, that's meant shooting...

  


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