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There are 644,000 unfilled positions at America's restaurants right now.
A labor crunch fueled by improving consumer confidence is cooking in the restaurant industry as venues from San Francisco to New York increase wages and benefits to attract cooks, servers and dishwashers.
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chink restaurants are chink factories. they usually pay less than minimal wage and get away with it. they should die out en masse!!!
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Young professionals are paying top-market rents to live in new upscale apartment towers sprouting in downtowns across the country. 
Katie Graham is living large. Just in a small apartment.
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Sunday's WorldCup final is all set…Adidas vs Adidas
Argentina’s World Cup victory over the Netherlands late yesterday puts the South American team one step away from soccer’s ultimate prize. For its uniform supplier, the championship has already been won, whatever the outcome of Sunday’s final in Rio de Janeiro.
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Argentina complete success ..
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The shipment contained 9,574 automatic rifles, 2,394 grenade launchers, 4 million bullets for automatic rifles, 2 million rounds of pistol ammunition, 319 machine guns, 660 pistols, 20,000 rounds of 40-millimeter anti-personnel grenades and 4,000 rounds of 40-millimeter “heat rockets.”
China is selling $38 million worth of missiles, grenade launchers, machine guns and ammunition to South Sudan’s government, even as it pledges to help end a civil war in the country now on the brink of famine.
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it just mean war,
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Would you live in a 164 square foot house to be able to retire in 10 years? 
Doug Immel recently completed his custom-built dream home, sparing no expense on details like cherry-wood floors, cathedral ceilings and stained-glass windows -- in just 164 square feet of living space including a loft.
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For years, these desperately poor people living in scattered villages in the shadow of uranium mines have been tormented by a mystery: What’s causing the wasting diseases that are deforming and killing so many of their children?
On a sun-seared afternoon, Sanjay Gope crawls across a dusty courtyard of the low-slung, mud- walled house he shares with 10 members of his family. Stacks of cow dung dry in the heat and chickens rest in the shade.
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Incredible that these poor people are drinking  and bathing in toxic water and have no choice.  Their government is letting this happen.  All they care about is the mine.  The doctors and the government are all in denial.  As usual corporation gets away with murder in the name of the almighty dollar.  We live in a sad and disgusting world. 
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Although Obama wants to expedite the deportation of Central American children, many Democrats in Congress disagree with that approach. 
President Barack Obama’s request for $3.7 billion to address thousands of children entering the U.S. illegally at the Mexican border is being met by obstacles in Congress from lawmakers in both parties.
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Why does this year's biggest IPO garner a collective shrug from Washington?
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.’s proposal for what could be the largest initial stock offering in U.S. history is sailing through Washington with few bumps.
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Angolan craftsmen buy wholesale ivory for $150 to $200 a kilogram (2.2 pounds) while the price in Beijing is $2,100 per kilogram.
At Benfica Market, south of the Angolan capital, Luanda, tables are stacked with ivory trinkets from elephants illegally hunted in the forests of central Africa.
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After decades of neglect, local leaders have embarked on India’s most ambitious urban construction project: 22 cities plan to build or extend subways at a projected cost of about 2 trillion rupees ($33 billion).
Add up all the metro-rail track in India -- population, 1.2 billion -- and it’s still less than in New York City.
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How the late 1980s mania for market-based models forces medical success stories to constantly beg for life-saving medication.
Having once offered my close friend Irene a kidney, I am always relieved to find her looking good and healthy when we meet.
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UBS throws out prevailing theory linking Brazilian economic turnaround to ‪#‎WorldCup‬ results.

Do you buy it?
Conventional wisdom has been that a Brazil loss at home in the World Cup would be a positive for the country’s financial markets. A defeat, the argument went, would sour the national mood and prompt voters to oust President Dilma Rousseff, who has sunk the economy into stagflation.
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I have a few of these types of correlation over the years but in this case, Brazil's defeat could be attributed to two of its top players not playing. So, hard to say.
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