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According to findings in the Journal of the American Medical Association, African-American men in poverty in the US saw a 2.7 times higher risk of death than African-American men living above poverty status

McKinsey: 2/3 of Western Economies Not Seeing Income Gains

McKinsey & Company was one of the biggest advocates of globalization, but the company just published a report warning that with incomes for two-thirds of households in 25 advanced economies flat or down between 2005 and 2014, advanced countries are about to suffer “corrosive economic and social consequences.”

Stephen and Ayesha Curry (Omar Vega / Invision / Associated Press)

Pro Athletes Are Going Pro in Venture Capital

Once relegated to “dumb jock” roles on the gridiron or the field house, modern day sports figures are using their brand and money to be movers and shakers at Donald Trump’s Republican National Convention and as Silicon Valley venture capitalists.

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5G Approved by FCC: 100 Times Faster than 4G

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously on Thursday to open nearly 11 gigahertz of high-frequency spectrum for the roll out of “5G” mobile, flexible and fixed-use broadband wireless that may be 100 times faster than 4G.

Payroll firm ADP reported the US private sector added 172,000 jobs in June

U.S. Economy Accelerates with 287,000 Jobs in June

With Breitbart News predicting an acceleration of U.S. manufacturing would mean no recession this year, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday that employment jumped by 287,000 jobs in June ,as hiring rebounded from a two-month slowdown.


DOJ Investigating Facebook for Suspected Irish Tax Dodge

The United States Department of Justice has asked for a federal court order to compel Facebook Inc. to provide the IRS with documents relating to undervaluing global assets transferred to its Irish holding company in a scheme to slash its tax rate to 3.5 percent.


U.K. Real Estate Gets Cheaper After Brexit

The United Kingdom’s Brexit from the European Union is a “canary-dying-in-the-coal-mine” warning of disaster for commercial real-estate winners in the globalist economy, just as the Lehman Brothers’ 2008 bankruptcy was a dramatic warning of disastrous losses in middle-class manufacturing jobs.

Christopher Walken A View to a Kill (Hulton Archive / Getty)

The Bad Guys’ Plan to Destroy Silicon Valley: Demand Profit

In the 1985 James Bond classic A View to a Kill, super-villain Max Zorin (Christopher Walken) plots to destroy Silicon Valley. That was fiction, of course — but this year, tech start-ups have suffered 70 “down-rounds” as venture capitalists have suddenly demanded that companies become profitable.