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ECB cuts key rate to negative to fight deflation danger

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June 5, 2014
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The European Central Bank on Thursday entered into unchartered territory in its battle against deflation, taking one of its key interest rates into negative territory for the first time. Video provided by AFP


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Reuters - Business Video Online (June 6, 2014) — Europe's markets take stock of the ECB's double dose of negative interest rates and low-interest loans, and appear not to be overwhelmingly impressed. Is QE now the only option left? Joanna Partridge reports. Video provided by Reuters
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Is Danger Zone Inflation a Danger?

Is Danger Zone Inflation a Danger?

Reuters - Business Video Online (June 30, 2014) — Euro zone inflation stayed at 0.5 percent in June, marking the 9th consecutive month of below-target growth. Despite previously marking a 'danger zone' of below 1 percent, ECB chief Mario Draghi is not expected to act just yet. Ivor Bennett reports. Video provided by Reuters
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Facebook's Psychological Study Outrages Users, UK Regulators To Probe

Facebook's Psychological Study Outrages Users, UK Regulators To Probe

TheStreet (July 2, 2014) — Facebook reportedly manipulated the timeline feeds of nearly 700,000 users in 2012 to study how different emotional expressions change users' behavior. Facebook and its research partners concluded that if a user sees a lot of negative feeds, this user is more likely to post a negative status update. The psychological experiment was carried out without users' consent. UK data regulators are investigating whether Facebook violated data protection laws. Dr. Suzy Moat, Assistant Professor at the University of Warwick Business School joins Julia Sun to discuss the experiment. Video provided by TheStreet
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Wearable Technology Is Going To The Dogs With Voyce

Wearable Technology Is Going To The Dogs With Voyce

TheStreet (June 25, 2014) — Wearable technology has gone to the dogs. No, really, Voyce has designed a wearable device for dogs that measures a range of key vital signs like heart rate and respiratory rate. The device also tracks the dog's sleeping patterns and activity levels. Voyce's online tool that displays the data also provides a library of information if you have questions about your dog's vital signs. The collar is lightweight and not much heavier or bigger than a normal collar. Unfortunately, it doesn't say what your dog is thinking, but our guess is that he just wants another treat or go for a walk. Video provided by TheStreet
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