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Fitch Affirms San Jose, CA's GOs at 'AA+'; Outlook StableYahoo Finance UKThe city's long-term liability burden (consisting of overall debt and direct unfunded pension liabilities) is moderate relative to personal income. The vast majority of the debt burden ($7.2 billion) is generated by overlapping entities ($5.9 billion ...and more »
Daily MailBlac Chyna says Rob Kardashian likes how she's a hustler in behind-the-scenes of Elle shootDaily MailThe pregnant former stripper, who is engaged to Kris Jenner's only son, has revealed that her fiance likes how she's a go getter who knows what she wants and goes for it. 'He likes my work ethic, how I'm a hustler,' she told the current issue of Elle ...and more »
Fitch Upgrades Yorkville (IL's) IDRs to 'AA-' on Criteria Change; Outlook StableYahoo Finance UKYorkville's long-term liability burden is moderate with net overall debt and unfunded pension liability totaling 12.8% of per capita personal income. The city has no new money debt plans but will likely issue refunding bonds periodically. Amortization ...and more »
ComplexPentagon Officials Allowed Workers to Use Government Credit Cards at Strip ClubsComplexAs it turns out, government-minded peeps seem to have a thing for this particular brand of entertainment. "Republicans love strippers," Jeff Kallam, general manager at Crazy Horse in Cleveland, told the Daily Beast. "So we're just hoping to make some ...and more »
BetaNewsHow much does it cost to start a business in UK?BetaNewsAccording to a new report by cloud accounting software provider FreeAgent, you probably don't need any money. The company surveyed micro-business owners and freelancers in the UK, and according to the results 44 percent of business starters required ...and more »