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CITI: Get ready for a boom in the Chinese movie market

CITI: Get ready for a boom in the Chinese movie market

Transformers: Age of Extinction was the biggest grossing movie in China in 2014 Citi Research just dropped a huge note on the future of China’s internet, commerce and media markets. A key insight is that the Chinese movie market is set to be the world’s … Continue reading at

UAW: Ford workers look favorably on terms of GM deal

Ford workers did not like the FCA contract but if they negotiate a deal similar to GM’s it might find favor Jimmy Settles, UAW, Vice President. Jessica J. Trevino/Detroit Free Press (Photo: Jessica J. Trevino) The new four-year agreement the UAW negotiated … Continue reading at

CITI Get ready for a boom in the Chinese movie market

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Pharmacist at center of Valeant scandal accuses drugmaker of ‘massive fraud’

Before the group of East Coast investors arrived late last year, Camarillo pharmacist Russell Reitz had been promoting his modest prescription-filling business as “your local pharmacy.” That abruptly changed when he agreed to sell his pharmacy, in a quiet … Continue reading at

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French president heading to China to promote climate talks

PARIS (AP) — French President Francois Hollande hopes to use a state visit to China to boost difficult climate negotiations a month before a U.N. conference in Paris aimed at slowing global warming. China, the most populous country and the biggest emitter … Continue reading at

This is what El Ni?o will do to the global economy

A man climbs on a road sign pole to escape the water from a tidal bore which surged past a barrier on the banks of Qiantang River, in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China, September 1, 2015. Picture taken September 1, 2015. The effects of El Ni?o, a series … Continue reading at

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Iowa’s wealth gap: It’s black and white

Roshanda Rushing knows she can do the job, if given the chance. She graduated from high school, earned an associate's degree and has completed job training. Yet she has struggled for months, just as she has for much of her adult life, to find steady work. Continue reading at

The outlook for U.S. Steel: bleak and bleaker

In two years as president and CEO of U.S. Steel, Mario Longhi has frozen the steel producer's pension fund; jettisoned its hemorrhaging Canadian unit by putting it into bankruptcy; pulled the plug on steelmaking and most steel finishing operations at its … Continue reading at

Railroads serving East Tennessee turning to chemicals as coal revenues fall

Thousands of rail tank cars roll through the cities, suburbs and rural areas of East Tennessee day and night, moving chemicals and energy products desperately needed by a variety of industries that provide thousands of jobs throughout the region. Continue reading at

Giles Mountain Winery plans its growth

On a Thursday afternoon in October, surrounded by fall foliage, Tom Mullis stepped onto his back porch to face the panoramic views of Southern Appalachia and talk about how he ended up with a winery in Giles County. He and his wife, Diane Mullis, had … Continue reading at

Developers to buy, restore Gastineau Apartments

A Seattle company entered into an agreement with the owner of the Gastineau Apartments on Thursday to buy the burned-out buildings. Public Private Partnership LLC and James Barrett, the owner of the blighted apartments, have entered into a purchase of sale … Continue reading at

* Our lead story: World stocks took a tumble on Tuesday as activity in China's manufacturing sector contracted at its fastest pace in three years. The official Purchasing Managers' Index fell to 49.7 in August from the previous month's reading of 50. And in Alberta, Canada - the once oil-booming province - just gave its first fiscal update under the new NDP government and it paints a pretty ugly picture. Ameera David weighs in. Then, Erin Ade sits down with Max Wolff - chief economist at Manhattan Venture Partners - to talk tech. Afterwards, Ameera and Erin discuss Samsung's flagging smartphone sales.
After the break, Bianca Facchinei takes a look at the economic issues regarding the European migrant crisis. Then, Ameera is joined by Gary Leff - co-founder of and blogger at "View from the Wing" - to discuss the latest in the travel industry. And in The Big Deal, Ameera and Edward Harrison continue the discussion on Canada's economy.
Recorded from RT, Boom Bust, September 2, 2015

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