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Pro-Occupy Wall Street Congressman Operates … – The Daily Caller

Florida Rep. Alan Grayson operates a hedge fund which seeks to capitalize off of "turmoil due to economic, political, or natural disasters."

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Pro-Occupy Wall Street Congressman Operates … – The Daily Caller

Not much has changed since Wall Street got hit with Dodd-Frank …

By the time most of us are five years old, we're walking, talking and learning new skills at a rapid clip. In other words, we're leading a vigorous and independent existence. The Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer …

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On Leadership: The income gap between bosses and workers is getting even bigger worldwide

A new report shows how the gap between what workers and senior managers make is increasing in most countries.

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On Leadership: The income gap between bosses and workers is getting even bigger worldwide

Fourth Turning: The Shadow Of Crisis Has Not Passed – Part 2

Submitted by Jim Quinn via The Burning Platform blog , In Part One of this article I laid the groundwork of the Fourth Turning generational theory. I refuted President Obama’s claim that the shadow of crisis has passed. The shadow grows ever larger and will engulf the world in darkness in the coming years. The Crisis will be fueled by the worsening debt, civic decay and global disorder. I will …

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Japanese engineer wins Changi Airport's millionaire draw

Japanese civil engineer Mr Oiyama Seiichiro was crowned the winner of Changi Airport's millionaire draw after beating five other finalists from Singapore, China and Egypt.

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Globalization's Biggest Threat — Slow World Economic Growth

  As the World?s Economic Forum begins in Davos, globalization is facing a big problem?slow world economic growth, which is fueling anti-global sentiment in key parts of the world. That?s bad news for the world?s large corporations, which have been benefiting from open markets and free trade. Wall Street should take note. For

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Globalization's Biggest Threat — Slow World Economic Growth

World Bank trims forecast for global growth

A slowdown in Europe and Asia is holding back the world economy, while things are looking up in the U.S.

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World Bank trims forecast for global growth

Overseas problems won't derail growing U.S. economy, analysts say

NEW YORK — Call it the Great Divide: The new year figures to be one of robust economic growth in the U.S., with slowdowns, stagnation and setbacks everywhere else in the world.

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Overseas problems won't derail growing U.S. economy, analysts say

Asian stocks decline, Europe up after Wall Street hits record highs

Major Asian stock markets fell Tuesday while Europe gained after Wall Street closed at record highs ahead of the Christmas trading break.

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Asian stocks decline, Europe up after Wall Street hits record highs

Capitalist winds expose the spiritual void

In 1976, Daniel Bell published a book called "The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism". Bell argued that capitalism undermines itself because it nurtures a population of ever more self-gratifying consumers.

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Capitalist winds expose the spiritual void