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Time now -- -- hits and misses of the week Colin you'll first.
-- -- -- that big hit two Chicago mayor Rahm Emmanuel.
Who this week is standing up for the Chicago teachers unions despite the threat to strike on the teachers' unions are annoyed.
Because the mayor has basically.
Said he's not gonna agree to their demands for 29% pay raise over two years and the lengthening of the school day which was previously the shortest of the nation.
So like school reformers in new York and and Washington he's learning that the teachers unions are formidable challenge.
To improving education in his city.
Although it was a lot yes it is all right -- Euronext this is a big hit two.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie diamond testifying before.
Congress this week he said about those state infamous will trades.
The buck stops with me he cast doubt on whether all those regulators who have been added thanks to Dodd-Frank.
Are doing a lick of good.
Maybe if Jamie Jamie -- a Democrat by the way we're secretary of the treasury this economy wouldn't -- in the shape that it's in and we wouldn't be blaming somebody else -- A -- professional sports of course Lance Armstrong a seven time winner of the sort of Francis week has been accused of multiple abuses of performance enhancing drugs by the US Anti Doping Agency can you believe -- we've got an agency that's called Anti Doping Agency.
Well of course you can't and it shows that even a pristine and beautiful sport like cycling is filled with athletes going to turn themselves into drug build robots it and is a sad day for professional sports.
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