Hurdles impede business-venture capitalist connections

Most new businesses need finance, and most venture capital firms are looking for a good investment.

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Huge wage disparity between races in South Africa

A pedestrian walks down a street in Johannesburg. / Themba Hadebe, AP JOHANNESBURG (AP) â?? The 2011 South Africa Census says that white South Africans earn six times more than black South Africans nearly two decades after the end of apartheid and despite income growth.

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Manufacturing Plant Closure Creates Discourse Over “Abusive Lawsuits” Versus Corporate Greed and Defective Products …

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Gas-Can Manufacturer Attributed Its 2012 Oklahoma Plant Closure To Frivolous Lawsuits. Product liability law gives the right to seek compensation from anyone in the production or distribution chain of the product.Kingston, PA (PRWEB) October 31, 2012 An article in the New York Times earlier this month about Blitz, USA reported that the gas-can manufacturer attributed its 2012 Oklahoma plant …

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Zong Tops China Billionaires as Communist-to-Capitalist

Twenty-five years ago, when Zong Qinghou was 42, he made his living selling soft drinks and popsicles to schoolchildren. He says he earned about $8 a month — less than a third of China’s average wage at the time — and was so broke that he once slept in a tunnel under the streets of Beijing rather than spend on a hotel.

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99% comes to aid of Sandy victims

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Occupy Wall Street organizers are banding together, using their social networks to bring aid to the hardest hit neighborhoods after Hurricane Sandy. – READ BLOG

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In Sandy's wake, Occupy Wall Street shifts focus to aid

By Jo Piazza / current.com / @jopiazza A crowd of volunteers gathered in Red Hook, Brooklyn, on Wednesday morning, bringing along food, flashlights, water and Halloween candy for the kids. The volunteers mobilized around a command center on Hicks Street, ready to do anything from moving debris to organizing Halloween parties for the thousands of children displaced by the storm. Welcome to Occupy …

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Wall Street scrambles to raise cash after Sandy

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NEW YORK (Reuters) – Wall Street firms and U.S. banks scrambled to raise cash on Wednesday, as U.S. financial markets resumed normal trading after a devastating storm pummeled the U.S. East Coast and closed major markets for two days. Major banks and investment houses rely on the money markets – a key cash source for financial markets – to finance trading positions and loans they make. Companies …

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Venture capitalist behind fraud billboards

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has identified the anonymous donors behind dozens of controversial billboards in Ohio and Wisconsin warning against voter fraud. Stephen and Nancy Einhorn are the “Private Family Foundation” behind billboards warning that “voter fraud is a felony” that can result in “up to 3 1/2 years and a $10,000 fine.” Stephen Einhorn runs investment banking and venture capital …

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'The Man' Agrees With Occupy Wall Street Protestors

How a banker's support for the 99 percent in Britain has gone viral

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COMMENTARY 799.4: The Power in Me

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When my daughter Samara was 8, she wrote a poem as a song for some friends who were thinking of starting a band. When she showed it to her mom she said, “Don’t show it to Daddy because he will want to read it on the radio.” She was right. I did want to share

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COMMENTARY 799.4: The Power in Me