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Wage Love to End Debt's Stranglehold
Common Dreams
For many, going into debt is the only way to get an education, buy a home, or survive a medical emergency. Shaking off that debt can be impossible for those living on low-wage and insecure jobs, and those targeted by predatory lending. Still, many ...



Court in China Reduces Sentence for Man Who Killed Debt Collector
New York Times
Mr. Yu was working alongside his mother, Su Yinxia, at the family's store last year when 11 debt collectors showed up seeking payment from Ms. Su on a high-interest loan. The men grew increasingly violent toward Ms. Su, cornering her and her son in a ...

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Has the world been fitted with a debt straightjacket?
American Enterprise Institute
Global economic and financial market crises are generally the result not simply of too much debt having had been issued in aggregate. Rather, they are the result of the mis-pricing of the credit risk associated with that debt and of a meaningful part ...



USA TODAY

How debt — yes, debt — can help you jumpstart your business
USA TODAY
Many business owners run in the other direction when they hear the word debt. But debt can help a business thrive. If you take away the stigma, you can see how it can be used to your advantage — if you know how to manage it. Here are four tips for ...



Forbes

Student Debt Is A Bigger Threat Than North Korea, Millennials Insist
Forbes
Yet, millennials still think the student debt crisis is a much bigger problem for America. In some sense, they fear the threat posed by a massive lending regime run by Betsy DeVos and her new COO of federal student aid (a former CEO of a for-profit ...



Apple And Its Debt Binge
Seeking Alpha
Apple has tacked on almost $100B in incremental debt to its balance sheet in the past few years. This debt has largely gone to buy back stock and that seems to have been a prescient move. Implications of its ability to issue more debt are still skewed ...

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Wall Street Journal (subscription)

China's Debt Crackdown Could Get Out of Hand
Wall Street Journal (subscription)
The winter of 2016 and spring of 2017 have already proven to be among the most volatile in memory—particularly in the bond market where yields shot higher, but also in stocks, which felt the heat from the broad regulatory crackdown on debt in April ...
Chinese banking watchdog probes 'systemic risks' of debt-fuelled empire buildersTelegraph.co.uk

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CNBC

Freelancer shares a two-pronged strategy that helped him pay off $111000 in debt before 30
CNBC
Kapetaneas' journey out of the red started with a mindset shift: He told himself that, if other people were able to pull themselves out of debt, he could, too. Next, he took "a two-pronged approach: Increasing my revenue and decreasing my spending," he ...

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STLtoday.com

More than $6 million of debt endangers Grand Center Arts Academy's survival
STLtoday.com
Confluence Charter Schools' new CEO Dr. Candice Carter-Oliver addresses the board during a board meeting on Friday, February 24 at the Sun Theater at Grand Center Arts Academy. Carter-Oliver is the first permanent CEO to lead the schools. Photo by ...



Wall Street Journal (subscription)

Debt Is the Real Issue, Not the Debt Limit
Wall Street Journal (subscription)
Jason Furman and Rohit Kumar (“Don't Raise the Debt Limit—Repeal It,” op-ed, June 20) repeat a familiar argument. Since Congress approves federal spending in its budget process, the federal debt is merely a consequence of its previously approved ...


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