Early Bird Headlines 25 March 2015
Econintersect: Here are some of the headlines we found to help you start your day. For more headlines see our afternoon feature for GEI members, What We Read Today, which has many more headlines and a number of article discussions to keep you abreast of what we have found interesting.
- Frat at center of Rolling Stone article mulls legal action (Fox News) No evidence found that rape described in magazine ever occurred.
- Fed’s Bullard says zero U.S. rates no longer appropriate (Reuters)
- Ted Cruz is Actually the 195th Presidential Candidate for 2016 (National Journal) For the 2016 cycle so far, there are nearly 200 presidential candidates-they just happen to be unknown.
- A million homes to be heated by river water energy (The Independent) Scandinavian-style technology water-source heat pumps to be used.
- ‘The election of Netanyahu is the best thing for the Palestinian people’: An audience with Khaled al-Batsh the leader of Islamic Jihad (The Independent)
- Ukraine governor Kolomoisky resigns after row (BBC News) Disagreement with Kiev over oil firm leads to resignation of a key Russian rebel resister.
- In boost to Indian companies, US to ease L-1B visas (The Times of India) US President Barack Obama pledged on Tuesday to ease the process of obtaining L1-B visas which foreign companies use to rotate workers in their US operations.
- Can education change Japan’s ‘depressed’ generation? (BBC News)
- These Japanese Engineers Invented $7,900 Bike Wheels (Bloomberg)
- U.S. removes dead Cubans, sunken ships from sanctions list (Reuters) The United States removed 45 companies and individuals from a Cuba sanctions blacklist on Tuesday, most of them dead people, defunct companies or sunken ships.
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