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EconomixShutdown vs. Default: The Relative Impact
By ANNIE LOWREY
Economists warn against equating the prospects of a budget impasse and a failure to raise the debt ceiling, saying the latter would be much worse for the economy.
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September 23, 2013
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By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN and NICHOLAS KULISH
Gunshots and explosions emanated from the beleaguered Westgate mall in Nairobi on Monday morning after Kenyan forces moved in for a major assault against heavily armed Islamist militants.
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
A Cairo court ordered the confiscation of the group's assets, sharply escalating a crackdown on its membership.
By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG
Samantha Power, the American ambassador to the United Nations, will be on the spot as her performance at the General Assembly this week will help determine the country's future course in Syria.
By HOOMAN MAJD
It would be a tragedy if Presidents Rouhani and Obama fail to seize this rare moment at the United Nations.
By SOMINI SENGUPTA and RICK GLADSTONE
Iran's new foreign minister is to meet with the five permanent Security Council members and Germany this week at the United Nations, according to their envoy.
By ALISON SMALE and JACK EWING
Fresh off a commanding election victory, Chancellor Angela Merkel and her Christian Democrats took early steps toward forming a new government.
By KAREEM FAHIM
While the main opposition group's leaders shuttle among fancy hotels, they seem increasingly powerless to affect the course of the war.
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The country's largest private employer just got bigger. It will add 35,000 full-time positions and another 35,000 part-time jobs, and plans to hire 55,000 seasonal workers for the holidays. Susan Berfield explains why.
New strategy: More sequels, less Bruckheimer. Hard to say who comes out ahead.
Which is not a problem, except in India, where the luxury carmaker just opened its second dealership - and the pock-marked roads are notoriously terrible. That's a very, very expensive kachunk-kachunk sound.
Photograph by Balazs Gardi for Bloomberg Businessweek