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Top officials briefed on Libor in April 2008: NY Fed

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Top U.S. officials were briefed in April 2008 on the possibility banks were under-reporting their borrowing costs, although an employee at Barclays raised concerns with the New York Federal Reserve Bank as early as August 2007, documents released by the New York Fed on Friday sh Full story

US wholesale prices rise 0.1 percent in June

U.S. wholesale prices rose only slightly last month, as higher costs for food and pickup trucks offset another drop in energy prices. But overall inflation stayed mild, leaving the Federal Reserve room to take steps to boost the economy. Full story

Peugeot urges action on labor costs amid job cuts

PARIS (Reuters) - PSA Peugeot Citroen <PEUP.PA> boss Philippe Varin called for the French government to take action to reduce labor costs, a day after the automaker announced 8,000 job cuts and the country's first car plant closure in two decades. Full story

Cost of riding New York City taxi to jump 17 percent

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission approved a 17 percent fare hike on Thursday, said Alan Fromberg, a spokesman for the commission. The change will take effect in September. Full story

Second divorces multiply the cost and pain

(Reuters) - When Sharon Chayra was facing her second divorce at 49 and with three children, she panicked. Her first marriage ended quickly and painfully, after just one year, when she was a pregnant college dropout. That was bad enough, she said. Her second marriage had lasted 20 years before she mo Full story

Dewey's dilemma over client files: to shred or not to shred

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bankrupt law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf may not be doling out legal advice anymore, but evidence of its once-mighty law practice can still be found in boxes of client files scattered around the globe. Full story

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  More couples turning to ‘fertility financing’

The cost of fertility treatments can be steep, more than $12,000 per IVF cycle, and often aren’t covered by insurance, but a whole new loan industry is popping up to help couples start families. NBC News chief medical editor Nancy Snyderman reports.

  Cheney to host Romney fundraiser

A political panel shares their thoughts on the fundraiser, which will be held at Dick Cheney’s Wyoming home, and cost $30,000 a couple. The panel also discuss the new outsourcing allegations and a Boston Globe report that Romney was at the helm at Bain longer than he claimed.

  House passes vote to repeal health care law (again)

DNCC Chair Rep. Steve Israel and Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., join Hardball to give their perspectives on today’s House symbolic vote to fully repeal the Affordable Care Act.

  Do repeal votes widen the gap between parties?

Sen. Sean Duffy, R-Wis., explains why the GOP wants to repeal President Barack Obama’s health care law once again.

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General Mills Chief Executive Ken Powell gives an interview on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, July 10, 2012. International food giant General Mills Inc expects its prices to remain stable and stood by its forecast for cost inflation of 2 to 3 percent this fiscal year, despite a recent spi

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Police confiscate the mobile phone of a driver, caught using the device while driving, in Cape Town

Police confiscate the mobile phone of a driver, caught using the device while driving, in Cape Town July 5, 2012. Phoning or texting while driving in the city could cost you your cell phone under a new by-law allowing police to confiscate handsets for 24 hours. In their first peak-hour blitz since t