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Wine Leaders Enthusiastic About Industry’s Future

Despite long-term concerns about climate change and regulatory pressures, California wine industry leaders are once again quite bullish about the wine business, according to two new surveys conducted by the University of California, Davis.

Findings from the surveys of wine executives and industry professionals will be presented at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 24, during the Wine Industry Financial Symposium at the Napa Valley Marriott in Napa, Calif.

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Osborne Has Now Been Proved Wrong on Austerity

Financial Times’ chief economics editor Martin Wolf cites study by economist and GSM Professor Alan Taylor that shows that the U.K.’s 2013 GDP will be about 3 percent smaller than it would have been without the British government’s austerity measures.

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Oil Firms Seek to Unlock Big California Field
Geology is a challenge in the Monterey Shale

California’s Monterey Shale formation is estimated to hold as much as two-thirds of the recoverable onshore shale-oil reserves in the U.S.’s lower 48 states, but there’s a catch: It is proving very hard to get. Expert, Amy Jaffe comments on the difficulties that go along with obtaining the seemingly abundant shale oil.