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Amazon’s No.1 Valuation Book – “What’s Your Business Worth” – Q&A With The Book’s Renowned Authors/Entrepreneurs – Mike Carter & Dan Priestly by Michael M. Carter, CEO of BizEquity “Failing to take steps to understand what a business is worth […]

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Even Left-Leaning Econ Writers Are Impoverished By Obamacare “We’re Hiring Economics Writers,” says the headline of a post at the web site FiveThirtyEight. Good for them. Then they write: This is a part-time staff position (up to 29 hours per […]

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``The government's plans for allowing taxpayers to make debt repayments to the state in 100 installments has been halted by the country's lenders, who are refusing to consent to the scheme on the grounds that it will inflate debts to the state coffers.''

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Earlier this year, complaint site Pissed Consumer noticed a disturbing new trend in the dark art of reputation management: unnamed rep management firms were using a couple of lawyers to run bogus defamation lawsuits through a local court to obtain court orders demanding the removal of "defamatory" reviews. What was unusual wasn't the tactic itself. Plenty of bogus defamation lawsuits have been filed over negative reviews. It's that these lawsuits were resolved so quickly. Within a few weeks

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``They waste money hand over fist. Aetna said it has lost $430 million on Obamacare plans during the first two years. During that same time the company spent $23 billion on administration, marketing, paperwork, junkets, bonuses and other overhead. That's a ridiculous 26 cents for every dollar it paid out in actual benefits. Yes, really. That included $32 million, over two years, paid to Chairman and Chief Executive Mark Bertolini. He spent more than $200,000 last year just in his personal use of the company's private jets. How many nurses, and doctors, and lab technicians -- people who
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$180 billion, that’s the aggregate capex value the world’s 15 largest copper producers spent between 2009 and 2015 to bring an incremental 1.2 million tons of copper supply online by 2020. In percentage terms, this massive influx of supply represents […]

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How to keep your data secure seems to be on many people's minds these days. The $20 Ultimate PC Data Security Suite Bundle could go a long way in protecting what's important to you. Folder Lock 7 allows you to password protect your files, folders and drives, to encrypt your most important files easily, to back files up in real-time, to shred files and drives, and more. USB Block allows you to white-list your own USB drives and devices to not only prevent unauthorized access by USB, but also by

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Scientists Turned Dung Beetle Horns Into ‘Cyclops’ Eyes by Kevin Fryling-Indiana, Futurity Beetles with cyclops eyes show how new traits may evolve through the recruitment of existing genes—even if these genes are already carrying out critical functions. The discovery was made […]

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Are Low Yields Really Responsible For Low Volatility’s Success? by Lawrence Hamtil, Fortune Advisors There has recently been a steady stream of financial articles declaring that the main driver of the excess performance of traditionally ‘defensive’ sectors such as consumer […]

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According to the New York Fed, total household debt increased by $35 billion in the second quarter to reach $12.3 trillion, only slightly below the peak of $12.7 trillion reached in 2008. Student Debt: Federal Government Forgives Billions – These […]

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South Korea has again delayed its final decision on granting approval for sharing mapping data with Google, which would be used in its global database for Google Maps. Success of Google Maps These days, you rarely see tourists, huddled on a […]

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When oil prices began to collapse around two years ago, most producers (especially in North America) adopted the mentality that the decline was only likely to be short-lived and continue to spend as if there was nothing to be concerned […]

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According to a new report 75% of the earth’s land surface area is under pressure from buildings, roads, crops and other human activity. As it stands the pressures of the human footprint are being felt most keenly in those areas […]

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Superman And Stocks: It’s Not The Cape (CAPE), It’s The Kryptonite (Cash Flow)! by Aswath Damodaran Just about a week ago, I was on a 13-hour plane trip from Tokyo to New York. I know that this will sound strange […]

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The Evolution Of Virtual Reality by Jeff Desjardins, Visual Capitalist For much of modern history, people have longed to find ways to temporarily escape the mundane and sometimes harsh realities of everyday life. Following the invention of the Gutenberg press, […]

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Earlier this month, we wrote about how the Copyright Officer had filed a really bizarre and legally dubious comment with the FCC concerning the FCC's plan to open up competition in TV set top boxes, ending cable company's monopoly on those boxes (for which they bring in $21 billion in revenue per year). The FCC's plan was pretty straightforward -- and the cable companies have attacked it on all sides, with the one argument that seems to be sticking is that this plan is somehow an affront to

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On the heels of continued propaganda from the Federal Reserve, today John Embry told King World News that the "Deep State" shadow government is hard at work in financial markets right now. The post John Embry Warns The ‘Deep State’ Shadow Government Is Hard At Work In Financial Markets appeared first on King World News.

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A National Labor Relations Board ruling could trigger a wave of unionization.

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With both presidential nominees opposed to the TPP, focus shifts to the lame duck .

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