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By Andre Damon, 2 September 2014
In a Labor Day speech in Wisconsin, President Obama hailed the run-up on the stock market and the record pace of corporate profits.
By Peter Schwarz, 2 September 2014
The politics of the European bourgeoisie is a mixture of ruthless aggression and desperation. Confronted with the hopeless crisis of their system, they are rushing toward a catastrophe, just as they did in 1914 and 1939.
By Shannon Jones, 2 September 2014
The move is part of a deal based on huge concessions imposed on American auto workers
By Pierre Mabut, 2 September 2014
The trade union bureaucracy opposes strike action to challenge the deeply unpopular Valls government, lest it fall.
By Elisabeth Zimmermann, 2 September 2014
The company official who announced the layoffs was Oliver Burkard, who recently quit his post as local boss of the IG Metall union.
By Alexander Fangmann, 2 September 2014
With the government experiencing a cash crunch, Oil Minister Rafael Ramírez has announced a bid to sell Citgo for $10 billion.
By Gabriel Black, 2 September 2014
While Democratic Party speakers urged faith in Obama, a section of the protest broke away to demonstrate at the local police station.
By Sampath Perera and K. Ratnayake, 2 September 2014
After a violent police crackdown last weekend, a discussion is now taking place within Pakistan’s political establishment on whether the military should take power.
By Patrick Kelly, 2 September 2014
Tasmania already has the worst poverty and unemployment levels of any Australian state.
By John Braddock, 2 September 2014
New Zealand’s government, which previously appeared to have a winning position, is increasingly under fire over scandals and economic policy.