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Tunis, New York and Other “Occupied” Cities: Neighbors in the Newly-Aroused Vox Populi Global Community

Guest Post by John Paluszek It’s now apparent that Tunis and the many newly-“Occupied” cities are virtual neighbors – not geographically, of course, but in the newly-aroused global Vox Populi Community. These “neighbors”, although in vastly different societies, have common fundamental demands: “justice”, “fairness” and “voice”. In this historic year of 2011 …

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Tunis, New York and Other “Occupied” Cities: Neighbors in the Newly-Aroused Vox Populi Global Community

Chris Kapsch, Analyst at Topeka Capital Markets, Interviews with The Wall Street Transcript: Agricultural Chemical …

67 WALL STREET, New York – July 24, 2013 – The Wall Street Transcript has just published its Agricultural & Specialty Chemicals Report offering a timely review of the sector to serious investors and industry …

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Chris Kapsch, Analyst at Topeka Capital Markets, Interviews with The Wall Street Transcript: Agricultural Chemical …

Wall Street Transcript Interview with Chris Kapsch, Analyst at Topeka Capital Markets: Agricultural Chemical Stocks …

67 WALL STREET, New York – July 24, 2013 – The Wall Street Transcript has just published its Agricultural & Specialty Chemicals Report offering a timely review of the sector to serious investors and industry …

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Wall Street Transcript Interview with Chris Kapsch, Analyst at Topeka Capital Markets: Agricultural Chemical Stocks …

Zeiss maintains investments amid 'economic stagnation'

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Optics giant posts sharp decrease in profit but continues with self-funded development strategy.

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Zeiss maintains investments amid 'economic stagnation'

Insurance giant buys out Cincinnati women's home

An insurance company has bought out a nonprofit home for struggling women in Cincinnati in a deal announced Monday, ending a bitter two-year court battle over the historic property in a picturesque downtown …

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Insurance giant buys out Cincinnati women's home

Angry investors urge pay freeze at troubled Aviva

A band of rebel Aviva shareholders was today calling for a freeze on executive pay at the troubled insurer for five years unless its share price more than trebles to £10.        

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Angry investors urge pay freeze at troubled Aviva

At volunteer fair, mayoral candidates questioned about housing and homelessness

Seattle mayoral candidates showed up at the Downtown Volunteer Fair March 10 with lots of things to say about homelessness, income disparity and affordable housing, but their ideas and platforms varied little.

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At volunteer fair, mayoral candidates questioned about housing and homelessness

The Stocks Wall Street Was Buzzing About

Find out what Wall Street was saying about Apple, Citigroup, Bank of America, and Boeing in this week's CNBC.com Stock Blog roundup.

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The Stocks Wall Street Was Buzzing About

Occupy Wall street, facing the crising & Sacred Activism – Andrew Harvey

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Preservationists worry economic growth in Myanmar may endanger collection of historic buildings

Myanmar is emerging from decades of repression and international isolation. The one-time military government has enacted democratic reforms, and the U.S. and others have responded by suspending sanctions. Now the country, also known as Burma, is viewed as a promising frontier economy. But there’s a downside. See more photos of historic buildings in Myanmar at TheWorld.org

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Preservationists worry economic growth in Myanmar may endanger collection of historic buildings