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Though May's job report doesn't look very good on the surface, a look behind the numbers shows positive developments.

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In the same battle between the free market and the regulators that has been going on for centuries, the European Court of Justice will decide if Uber will be regulated in the same way that taxi cartels are regulated, thereby effectively ending the service.

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