Lessons for America from Japan’s QE and economic incentives for dates

Some of the country’s most prominent technology companies are concerned that NSA spying revelations will hurt their bottom line, and are bringing their money to Capitol Hill to push for reform. Plus, Starbucks’ historic year isn’t resonating with Wall Street, while The Container Store’s IPO has been a surprise success today. We talk to Professor of Economics, Richard Ebeling, about Japan’s latest quantitative easing plans and what the American Federal Reserve can learn from the island country’s experience. RT Correspondent, Anastasia Churkina, joins Boom Bust with a report on a new dating app that uses economic incentives to get people dates. In today’s Big Deal – standardized test companies are facing allegations of selling student data without permission and Amazon is trying to expand into India, though not without barriers.
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