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Why Rising Inequality Is Great News: Burman
Business  (tags: inequality, greed, study, oxfam, economy, business, consumers, finance, humans, money, world )

Lone
- 16 hours ago - thestar.com
Powerful interests argue that their greed is good. However, a new study by Oxfam shows the income gap is wrecking the economy âEUR" opening the door to overdue change.
10 Words You Should Not Have On Your LinkedIn Profile or Anywhere Else
Business  (tags: americans, business, economy, humans, Linked-In, Job hunt, employment, networking )

Kamia
- 20 hours ago - msn.com
Yes, I know. You are a team player, energetic, motivated, passionate and highly-creative. Guess what, so is everyone else. If you are looking to improve both your resume and the networking you do, this article will help make you stand out.
Thank You, Emergency Fund: Letter From a Grateful Millennial
Business  (tags: emergency fund, letter, vet, expenses, business, consumers, economy, finance, money, society )

Lone
- 2 days ago - kalihawlk.com
Spending thousands of dollars at the vet is never going to be fun, but thatâEUR(TM)s why we decided to work together, right? To handle these unexpected expenses that pop up at the worst of times to pop our bubbles.
The Economy and the Environment: Do We Have to Choose?
Business  (tags: business, economy, environment, finance, money, politics, ethics, government, SustainableDevelopment, sustainabledevelopment )

Michael
- 2 days ago - publications.mcgill.ca
Associate professor of economics Chris Ragan believes that environmentally friendly policies help the economy, not hinder it. His new Ecofiscal Commission will be forcefully making that argument to Canada's governments over the next few years.
S&P Lowered Standards on Ratings, SEC Says
Business  (tags: Standard Poors Bond Rating Service, economy, ethics, dishonesty, marketing, business, usa, SEC, New York, Massachusetts, financial crisis, DOJ, fines, suspension )

Lynn
- 4 days ago - wsj.com
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services softened standards to win business and misled investors long after the end of the 2008 financial crisis, regulators said Wednesday as they announced a settlement over the firm's bond-grading methods.
China's Economic Growth Was Slowest in 24 Years | Al Jazeera America
Business  (tags: China, economy, growth, slow, trend, weak expansion )

Kathryn
- 5 days ago - america.aljazeera.com
China's economic growth grew 7.4 percent in 2014, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Tuesday, undershooting the government's 7.5 percent target and the weakest expansion in 24 years.
The UK Is Outlawing Homelessness....
Business  (tags: crime, government, news, law, police, politics, society, safety, economy, housing, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', crime, ethics, HumanRights, humanrights, humans, society, law )

James
- 6 days ago - streetskitchen.co.uk
It seems to be happening everywhere. If you thought it was bad here in the U.S.A. wait, It is just as bad across the pond.
Shameful Milestone: Majority of Children Attending U.S. Public Schools Live in Poverty
Business  (tags: children, hunger, abuse, corruption, crime, money dishonesty, economy, abuse, corruption, cover-up, finance, government, lies, society, world )

Evelyn
- 7 days ago - sott.net
The Southern Education Foundation reports that 51 percent of students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade were eligible under the federal program for free and reduced-price lunches in the 2012-2013 school year. The lunch program is a rough proxy...
Paris 'Bomb Threat': Gare De L'Est Evacuated After Suspicious Package Found
Business  (tags: consumers, terrorists, terrorism, Islam, Muslims, Paris, France, Europe, economy, travel, rail, train )

Penny
- 7 days ago - independent.co.uk
A Paris train station has been evacuated and closed following an alleged bomb threat after French police arrested several people overnight in anti-terrorism raids. The Gare de l'Est has been totally evacuated after an alleged bomb threat. Le Monde
Insurers Seek Lower Drug Prices, Forcing Big Pharma to Swallow a Jagged Little Pill
Business  (tags: Americans, drug prices, Big Pharma, money, economy, business, ethics, society, humans )

Carrie
- 9 days ago - theguardian.com
US drug prices, the highest in the world, may fall as insurers play pharmaceutical companies off each other and haggle for price cuts and group discounts. The world's biggest drugmakers are looking at lower profits as insurers use aggressive tactics to...
Senior Federal Executives Earned Fewer Bonuses in 2013
Business  (tags: world, usa, society, politics, money, investments, investing, humans, government, finance, economy, corporate, business, bonuses, federal executives, obama administration, wages )

Darren
- 10 days ago - washingtonpost.com
The Obama administration scaled back its bonuses for senior government executives in 2013 as overall performance levels dropped for top managers compared to the previous year.
5 Signs the American Economy May Be on Shakier Ground Than You Think
Business  (tags: economy, usa, society, business, americans, government )

Cal
- 12 days ago - alternet.org
t's not quite time to pop the champagne.
Israel at UNGA on Humanitarian Aid to Palestinians   video
Business  (tags: Palestinians, Israel, business, economy, ethics, GoodNews, investing, society )

Penny
- 15 days ago - youtube.com
While the Palestinians are busy condemning Israel, Israel is busy supporting the Palestinian economy and developing their infrastructure.
Import/Export Course for Palestinian Businessmen
Business  (tags: business, corporate, economy, GoodNews, society, SustainableDevelopment, Palestinians )

Penny
- 15 days ago - mfa.gov.il
An import and export course for Palestinian established businessmen was held over the last month, funded and coordinated by the Civil Administration. The course consisted of eight meetings at the Israel Export & International Cooperation Institute in
Pasty Peril! TTIP Threatens Cornwall's £300m Meat Pastry Trade
Business  (tags: EU, Economy, Europe, Food, G20, Germany, Global economy, Trade, USA )

Ray
- 19 days ago - rt.com
The UK's much-loved Cornish pasty could be hijacked by a horde of US imitations under an EU-US trade agreement being negotiated in Brussels. Critics of the deal warn it could also lead to the spread of genetically modified products in UK stores.
 

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