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Ryanair’s Spanish Cabin Crew Plan Months of Strikes Over Pay
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Junior Bankers Deserve Their Bonuses. Really.
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Malaysia Board Push Shows Challenges of Breaking Glass Ceiling
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Bitcoin bulls beware: Wall Street expects the cryptocurrency’s crash to get a whole lot worse.
The token is more likely to tumble to $10,000, cutting its value roughly in half, than it is to rally back to $30,000, according to 60% of the 950 investors who responded to the latest MLIV Pulse survey. Forty percent saw it going the other way. Bitcoin fell 2.4% to $20,474 on Monday morning in New York.


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