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COMMENTARY: Give Good Memories

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In a society preoccupied with the quest for material possessions, it’s easy to overlook the fact that our most valuable possessions are our best memories. Good memories are a form of wealth. They are not simply something we own, they become part of who we are. Through our memories we can literally re-live and re-experience past pleasures. So, if you … Read More The post COMMENTARY: Give Good Memories appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Start-ups in F&B sector set to grow: Venture capitalist

Venture capitalist Golden Gate Ventures expects to see more players in this space over the next three years.

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Start-ups in F&B sector set to grow: Venture capitalist

EU budget rules – how much wiggle room is there?

* Rules offer time to states that cut structural deficit * France has less scope because deficit above 3 pct limit The change shows how far the euro zone has travelled from trying to win back the confidence of investors at the peak of the sovereign debt crisis to winning back voters as radical parties rise amid record unemployment and economic stagnation. Interpreting how much wiggle room the EU …

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EU budget rules – how much wiggle room is there?

Travel like a multi-millionaire

What are the top 10 destinations for people worth more than $10 million? Hint: Viva Las Vegas!

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Travel like a multi-millionaire

Companies View Voluntary Proxy Disclosures as Opportunity to Reach Large Institutional Shareholders

Meridian Compensation Partners, a leading executive compensation and corporate governance consulting firm, has found that an increasing percentage of companies are providing voluntary disclosures to better explain their compensation plans and programs .

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Companies View Voluntary Proxy Disclosures as Opportunity to Reach Large Institutional Shareholders

Is the Fox Guarding the Hen House? Big Business in School Food

Is the Fox Guarding the Hen House? Big Business in School Food

At the start of 2014, I made my new year's re(s/v)olution: Improve food literacy among kids and their parents to help them make smart meal choices and to advocate for better school food. Parents and children are making much smarter choices than Congress these days, and it's Congress that needs the food education! Chicken processed in China can (and will most likely be) included in school meals …

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Is the Fox Guarding the Hen House? Big Business in School Food

Wipe out social disparity to end economic disparity in India: Sharad Yadav

On Bharat Bhagya Vidhata, Sharad Yadav, the current MP from Madhepura constituency in Bihar says current economic policies are not geared to reduce vast income disparity despite India being a resource rich nation. Growth is not happening because of poor water management.

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Wipe out social disparity to end economic disparity in India: Sharad Yadav

Manish Tewari claims that Congress is fighting for empowerment of common man

Chhapar (Ludhiana), Sept 19 (ANI): Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Manish Tewari on Thursday said that the next general elections would be a contest between the forces which are fighting for empowering the common man led by the Congress and those who are watching and articulating the interests of the capitalist forces led by the opposition.

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Manish Tewari claims that Congress is fighting for empowerment of common man

99% to Monsanto: NO MORE! | OccupyWallSt.org – Occupy Wall Street

Join the March Against Monsanto to shut down the one corporation that controls every morsel of food from our cradles to our graves. At the moment over two million people.

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99% to Monsanto: NO MORE! | OccupyWallSt.org – Occupy Wall Street

Africa: The Corporate Take-Over of African Food Security

[Fahamu]There is a new, but deceptive, foreign drive to end hunger in Africa through large-scale agribusiness. Yet helping poor households in rural Africa feed themselves in an affordable manner means introducing low-cost, sustainable enhancements to farming.

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Africa: The Corporate Take-Over of African Food Security