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Disrespect for Property at Heart of Global Debt Crisis

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In the aftermath of Greek voters’ overwhelming rejection of a deal with the European Central Bank, many options are being discussed to prevent the much discussed Grexit. Demonstrating that nothing is absolute in politics, especially when money is concerned, approximately a month will transpire before the actual repercussions of the vote are known, as European leaders must meet and discuss ...

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U.S. Consumers Expect to Spend Same or Less in 2011 Holiday Shopping Season Due to Economy

AUSTIN, Texas, Oct. 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — A telephone survey conducted among 1,000 U.S. adults by Ipsos Public Affairs commissioned by Offers.com found that, given the state of the economy, 87 percent of respondents are planning to spend the same or less during the upcoming holiday season than they did in 2010.  The survey also found that almost half of consumers have been looking ...

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Small Town Company Thrives Against All Odds

Fighting Diabetes and a Bad Economy at the Same Time SIERRA MADRE, Calif., Aug. 31, 2011 — In the quaint little town of Sierra Madre, one budding business just joined the ranks of companies such as Microsoft and Oracle. By helping hospitals all over the country, Wound Care Advantage has reached #316 on Inc. Magazine’s “500″ list of the nation’s fastest-growing companies. ...

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A Limited Edition T-Shirt for $50,000.00, Who Says the Economy Is Bad?

20 Collectible, Numbered T-shirts to Be Produced by 50K Tees with a Portion of the Proceeds Being Donated to a Charity of the Buyer’s Choice NEW YORK, Aug. 31, 2011 — When a performer asked designer Daniel J to make a T-shirt that no one had seen before, he had an idea for T-shirts so rare that only the economic ...

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MSSC Joins President Obama In An Effort to Credentialing 500,000 Manufacturing Workers

ALEXANDRIA, Va., June 15, 2011 — President Obama last week announced an initiative to credential 500,000 manufacturing workers with industry-recognized certifications through an expansion of Skills for America’s Future. He stated that this would be implemented through a close partnership between industry, education and the National Association of Manufacturers. As one of the Founding Members of the national Manufacturing Skills ...

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New Whitehouse COS, Bill Daley. Capitalist, or Socialist?

New Whitehouse Chief of Staff  Mr William Daley was on the TV over the weekend, making some interesting statements aimed at the current GOP message of cutting spending and debt reductions. When Mr. Daley was appointed by the President to replace Rahm Emanual. the media was quick to celebrate him as a person who understands capitalism and who will work well with ...

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