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Corporate America Has The Fuel To Keep Stocks Flying – Forbes

Corporate America Has The Fuel To Keep Stocks Flying – Forbes

Dow Hits Record As Rally Keeps Rolling Steve Schaefer Forbes Staff Easy Money Is Made, Dig Deeper For Housing Bets Steve Schaefer Forbes Staff With All Eyes On Apple’s Cash Hoard, Others Share The Wealth Steve Schaefer Forbes Staff Corporate America is usually sluggish coming out of a recession. Not this time though, and a […]

America, You Must Not Look Away (How to Finish Off the NRA) – Huffington Post

The year was 1955. Emmett Till was a young African-American boy from Chicago visiting relatives in Mississippi. One day Emmett was seen “flirting” with a white woman in town, and for that he was mutilated and murdered at the age of fourteen. He was found with part of a cotton gin tied around his neck […]

America’s Cup to cost S.F. millions less – San Francisco Chronicle

Fewer teams, fewer spectators and fewer super yachts mean the America’s Cup regatta is no longer expected to generate more than $1 billion for the Bay Area’s economy, according to a new report, but it also means it will cost substantially less to host sailing’s most storied event. The upshot is that the Bay Area […]

Indianapolis Airport Named Best In North America – NPR

The Indianapolis International Airport was named the “Best Airport in North America” by the Airports Council International. The annual Airport Service Quality awards are determined by year-round passenger satisfaction surveys. Other winners include Cape Town International Airport – deemed Best in Africa. In the Middle East, Abu Dhabi won the top honor. Indianapolis Airport Named […]

How to Fix America’s Wealth Inequality: Teach Americans to Be Cheap – The Atlantic

How to Fix America’s Wealth Inequality: Teach Americans to Be Cheap – The Atlantic

Today, wealth equality is closely tied to income equality. But in the long run, it’s all about thrift, frugality, and saving — in other words, teaching a consumer nation a lesson in cheapness. There’s a video making the rounds, showing America’s staggering wealth inequality. As the sheer magnitude of the disparity unfolds behind the narrator’s […]

Anlaysis: Mexico telecoms reform pits America Movil vs. Televisa – Fox Business

MEXICO CITY –  Mexico’s ambitious bid to overhaul its phone and television markets threatens to eat into revenue of the major players, telecoms tycoon Carlos Slim and TV mogul Emilio Azcarraga, and may force the two to seek new business on each other’s turf. A new bill aims to stir up competition in the telecoms […]

How to Fix America’s Wealth Inequality: Teach Americans to Be Cheap – The Atlantic

How to Fix America’s Wealth Inequality: Teach Americans to Be Cheap – The Atlantic

Today, wealth equality is closely tied to income equality. But in the long run, it’s all about thrift, frugality, and saving — in other words, teaching a consumer nation a lesson in cheapness. There’s a video making the rounds, showing America’s staggering wealth inequality. As the sheer magnitude of the disparity unfolds behind the narrator’s […]

America’s Cup to cost S.F. millions less – San Francisco Chronicle

Fewer teams, fewer spectators and fewer super yachts mean the America’s Cup regatta is no longer expected to generate more than $1 billion for the Bay Area’s economy, according to a new report, but it also means it will cost substantially less to host sailing’s most storied event. The upshot is that the Bay Area […]

The Mundane World Illuminated In ‘Hand-Drying In America’ – NPR

The Mundane World Illuminated In ‘Hand-Drying In America’ – NPR

Ben Katchor’s syndicated comic strips vary in subject — his Julius Knipl: Real Estate Photographer, for example, explores the surreal underside of our urban environment by documenting the inner lives of the spaces and storefronts we walk past every day, while The Cardboard Valise reads like a Fodor’s guide to a country that exists only […]

The Mundane World Illuminated In ‘Hand-Drying In America’ – NPR

The Mundane World Illuminated In ‘Hand-Drying In America’ – NPR

Ben Katchor’s syndicated comic strips vary in subject — his Julius Knipl: Real Estate Photographer, for example, explores the surreal underside of our urban environment by documenting the inner lives of the spaces and storefronts we walk past every day, while The Cardboard Valise reads like a Fodor’s guide to a country that exists only […]