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Noteworthy News – March 31, 2014


Made in the U.S.A. (Again): The new industrial revolution won’t be in India or China. It will be right here in America - Foreign Policy

Old People Are Sucking Us Dry – Foreign Policy

Sorry, But There’s No ‘Law Of Capitalism’ That You Have To Pay Employees As Little As Possible - Business Insider

Big data: are we making a big mistake? – Financial Times

Digital v human: the new debate – Financial Times

Why millennials have a tough time landing jobs - CNBC


In Some Ways, It’s Looking Like 1999 in the Stock Market – New York Times

Japan Is Doomed Unless It Learns to Love Inflation – The Atlantic

The Economics Of Tesla’s Gigafactory Battery Plan – Forbes

IMF Reaches Deal to Provide Up to $18 Billion to Ukraine - Wall Street Journal

Student loan debts top $1 trln in US - RT


Monetary policy: Try overshooting for two years – Economist

Save capitalism from the capitalists by taxing wealth - Financial Times


How the post office could save the economy — and change your life – Salon

What Europe Can Learn From the U.S. Bank Crisis - Wall Street Journal


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