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Billionaire Carlos Slim, age 73, says workers—those in developed economies, anyway—are at their prime in their 60s and there is no reason for them to retire. "When you have an industrial economy like in the past where people ... do a lot of physical work and people live less years, it's OK to retire at 65," Slim told CNBC. "(But) When you have a society of knowledge and experience and informa...
An alleged former office in a pre-paid funeral "scheme" that may have bilked 150,000 people out of $600 million pled guilty in being involved in the sale of prearranged funeral contracts and the misappropriation of insurance premiums intended for them.
The presence of thousands of brothels and hundreds of thousands of prostitutes has heightened competition and pushed prices down steeply in the German sex trade. One tourist from Florida, who visits the country three times annually to pay for cheap sex, compares the scene to a discount supermarket: “Germany is like Aldi for prostitutes,” he says. Prostitution became legal in Germany in 2002, and t
NEW YORK (Reuters) - SunGard Data Systems Inc, the computer software maker that was taken private in 2005 for $11.4 billion, is exploring a sale of its data managing operations that could fetch up to $2 billion, several people familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.