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China's College Grads Face A New Reality: Fewer Jobs

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The Indian rupee has fallen nearly 16 percent against the dollar since May. The drop comes amid a slowdown in the country's economy. India's troubles are mirrored in other emerging economies that drove global growth for the past decade. Zheng Huansong/Xinhua /Landov hide caption

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Will Obamacare Mean Fewer Jobs? Depends On Whom You Ask

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