Barry Eichengreen on Scottish devolution, Lindsay France on graphene

A new study on discriminatory pricing by a team of computer scientists at Northeastern University tracked searches on 16 popular e-commerce sites, six of which used personalized pricing techniques without consent of the consumers. Erin weighs in. Barry Eichengreen, professor of economics and political science at UC Berkeley, discusses Europe’s stalling economy and the consequences of Scottish devolution. RT’s Lindsay France talks about graphene and how it could affect our lives, specifically through the major impact it could have on the tech industry. And in the Big Deal, Erin and Edward Harrison look at the upcoming Asset Quality Review of European banks by the European Central Bank.

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