Germany’s Top Wurst Producers Fined for Price Fixing, Qatar’s Plan for Procuring a Soccer Team
Germany’s Federal Cartel Office has fined some of the country’s most popular wurst producers €338 million ($460 million) for price fixing.
The Congressional Budget Office released its annual 25-year forecast, which estimates that federal spending on major health care programs will decline to 8 percent of GDP by 2039.
More consumers are doing their grocery shopping at dollar stores, which have the appeal of offering smaller packages than retailers such as Costco.
Qatar’s strategy for procuring a talented soccer team is expensive, ethically questionable, and very interesting – if it works.