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Sep 1, 2013

NYT: ALERT FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS SEPTEMBER 01, 2013.: Love for Labor Cost by paul Krugman / Looking Ahead.

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Compiled: September 1, 2013 09:38:12 PM

Op-Ed Columnist

Love for Labor Lost
By PAUL KRUGMAN
How the right came to have contempt for workers.

Looking Ahead 

Economic Reports for the Week of Sept. 2  
Information to be released this week includes construction spending for July and the Institute for Supply Management index of manufacturing activity in August.

NYT | Global Update September 01, 2013: Kerry Casts Obama's Syria Decision as 'Courageous'

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The New York Times International Herald Tribune
September 1, 2013
Compiled 21:29 GMT

Global Update


TOP NEWS

Kerry Casts Obama's Syria Decision as 'Courageous'

By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG and MICHAEL R. GORDON
Secretary of State John Kerry defended President Obama's plan to delay military action and cited evidence that the neurotoxin sarin was used in an attack last month.

In Syria, Anger and Mockery as Obama Delays Plan

By ANNE BARNARD and GERRY MULLANY
Syria's government on Sunday said President Obama's decision to have Congress weigh in on any military action was a sign of weakness, while rebel leaders expressed anger and disappointment.

Senior Chinese Official Is Investigated for Graft

By CHRIS BUCKLEY and JONATHAN ANSFIELD
Jiang Jiemin is the first full member of the elite Central Committee to be publicly singled out on corruption charges under the country's leader, Xi Jinping.
U.S.

Video: Death of a Russian Orphan

Last October, Max Shatto was adopted from an orphanage in northwest Russia. Three months later, he was dead.
Opinion

Opinion

Liberal Education in Authoritarian Places

By JIM SLEEPER
Why are American universities selling out their values? Money, and loss of faith.
WORLD

Saudis Try to Gather Support for a Strike

By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
Saudi Arabia publicly endorsed military action against Syria for the first time on Sunday, with its foreign minister urging other Arab states to back Western airstrikes.
White House Memo

President Pulls Lawmakers Into Box He Made

By MARK LANDLER
The path to this moment on Syria has been more complicated than a single utterance about a red line.

Obama's Decision to Seek Approval First Lengthens Suspense of Attack

By ANNE BARNARD and HALA DROUBI
At the end of a nerve-racking day, Syrians were shocked by the president's speech. Also relieved, bewildered, confused, triumphant and angry.
BUSINESS

Olympic Wheel of Fortune

By DAVID SEGAL
In a high-stakes financial battle, squash, wrestling, baseball and softball are vying for entry into the 2020 Games - and the endorsements, government funds and vast prestige that come with it.
Economic View

A Carbon Tax That America Could Live With

By N. GREGORY MANKIW
A carbon fee would be a less invasive way than regulation to change people's behavior and reduce carbon emissions. And it could be designed in a politically palatable way, an economist says.

A Data Broker Offers a Peek Behind the Curtain

By NATASHA SINGER
The Acxiom Corporation plans to open a Web site that will allow individual consumers to see some of the information that the company has collected about them.
TECHNOLOGY
Disruptions

More Connected, Yet More Alone

By NICK BILTON
A YouTube video about pervasive smartphone use may have landed at a moment when people start questioning if something has gone too far and start doing something about it.
Bits

From Example to Excess in Silicon Valley

By JENNA WORTHAM
The tech industry's spirit of good will seems to have gone by the wayside, perhaps overshadowed by a chase for power and wealth.

Googling Yourself Takes on a Whole New Meaning

By CLIVE THOMPSON
The latest in high-tech eyewear.
SPORTS

No Matter How Many Stars It Loses, the Premier League Always Wins

By SAM BORDEN
Gareth Bale, transferring to Real Madrid from Tottenham, is the latest top player to go somewhere other than England. But the Premier League has shown it is bigger than any stars.

Real Madrid Acquires Bale From Tottenham

By SAM BORDEN
The long-awaited transfer of the star midfielder Gareth Bale was believed to be worth about $131 million, which would set a record.

Stephens and Williams to Face Off as Their Nascent Rivalry Heats Up

By BEN ROTHENBERG
Serena Williams and Sloane Stephens, the two top American women, once friends, have become rivals as they head to a showdown at the United States Open.
U.S. NEWS

World of Grief and Doubt After an Adoptee's Death

By RACHEL L. SWARNS and DAVID M. HERSZENHORN
The death of Max Shatto, a Russian boy adopted by a Texas family, bolstered an international furor over the adoption of Russian children. And it devastated the couple accused of abusing him.

F.B.I. Sharpens Scrutiny of Syrians in U.S.

By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT
In an unusual step, federal officials also warned agencies and companies of possible cyberattacks if the American military takes action against Syria.

Facing Fire Over Challenge to Louisiana's Oil Industry

By CAMPBELL ROBERTSON
A panel created after Hurricane Katrina as an apolitical force for flood control filed a lawsuit against nearly 100 oil and gas companies, arguing that they neglected to fix damage to wetlands.
OPINION
Op-Ed Contributor

Attack Syria, Talk to Iran

By ANATOL LIEVEN
While sending a strong military signal to Damascus, Washington should at the same time lay the diplomatic basis for an eventual peace settlement.
Op-Ed Columnist

War, What Is It Good For?

By ROSS DOUTHAT
Imagining President Obama's first draft.
Op-Ed Columnist

The Dog That (Almost) Roared

By FRANK BRUNI
A whole lot is made in China. A whole lot is fabricated, too.