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How IMF's Greek misadventure is changing the fund

Many of the top brass of the International Monetary Fund always had concerns about the plans to bail out Greece.
Source: Reuters
UPDATE 1-Big labor sees organizing boon for autos, warehouses, more from U.S. ruling

On Thursday the National Labor Relations Board ruled the owner of a California recycling plant was a "joint employer" with the contractor that hired workers at the plant, essentially forcing both to bargain with the union together or risk violating U.S. labor law. Unions see the decision as a breakthrough not just in efforts to help employees organizes at...
Source: Reuters | By: Nathan Layne and Mica Rosenberg
Big labor sees organizing boon for autos, warehouses, more from U.S. ruling

On Thursday the National Labor Relations Board ruled the owner of a California recycling plant was a "joint employer" with the contractor that hired workers at the plant, essentially forcing both to bargain with the union together. Unions see the decision as a breakthrough not just in efforts to help employees organizes at franchisees of McDonald's Corp and...
Source: Reuters | By: Nathan Layne and Mica Rosenberg
Smart car pins hopes on new pint-size model

Smart car's new vehicle comes at a time when cheap gas has American motorists buying pickups and SUVs in record numbers.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Paul A. Eisenstein
SPECIAL REPORT-How the IMF's Greek misadventure is changing the fund

*IMF always believed Greece's debt was unsustainable. WASHINGTON/ ATHENS, Aug 28- Many of the top brass of the International Monetary Fund always had concerns about the plans to bail out Greece. He slammed IMF forecasts for Greece as overly optimistic- "Panglossian."
Source: Reuters | By: Lesley Wroughton, Howard Schneider and Dina Kyriakidou
Bad news for Chanel, Gucci as China's boom times end

Boom times for luxury in China are largely over after the recent stock market rout and currency devaluation, the New York Times reports.
Source: The New York Times | By: Hiroko Tabuchi and Amie Tsang
Now Europe pins hopes on Greek PM Tsipras

Europe spent months trying to crush Greece' s leftist prime minister Alexis Tsipras - but now finds itself invested in his success.
Source: The New York Times | By: Jim Yardley
Singapore bankers panicked by hunt for hidden funds

Singapore-based wealth managers have been rattled by moves by Indonesia and India to chase undeclared money in the low-tax city state.
Source: Reuters
Singapore bankers rattled by Asian moves to chase undeclared wealth

SINGAPORE/ JAKARTA, Aug 18- Singapore- based wealth managers, already under pressure from a global move towards tax information sharing, face a more immediate threat as Asian countries including Indonesia and India look to chase undeclared money in the low-tax city state. Indonesia, Singapore's main source of wealth assets, is considering offering a tax...
Source: Reuters | By: Saeed Azhar and Eveline Danubrata
ANALYSIS-Summer crisis tests Europe's new nationalisms

BRUSSELS, Aug 17- High summer and life, for many in Europe, is a beach. The second has triggered a poisonous round of every-man-for-himself bickering among the EU's 28 governments and the Union institutions in Brussels over how to deal with record numbers of migrants arriving by sea and land and heading across Europe. More even than that other Mediterranean...
Source: Reuters | By: Alastair Macdonald