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Friday Reads: Economic Anemia

Good Morning!

Since I’m in the middle of revamping my course for Graduate Finance Students in International Finance and reviewing textbooks and the usual stuff, I thought I’d focus on the economy for the morning. 3,659 more words

Morning Reads

Dream Bills in Concord

By Tom Spencer

In a lightening round of questioning, moderators posed a hypothetical scenario to Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and her challenger Scott Brown during Tuesday’s debate at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord. 63 more words

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Budget bill: Government refocuses public health czar's job

The Conservatives plan to create a new public health czar to focus solely on advising the government on public health issues.

The job will go to the newly appointed Chief Public Health Officer Gregory Taylor, who will now surrender the day-to-day administrative duties of running the Public Health Agency of Canada to a new president and deputy head who has yet to be appointed. 463 more words

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The Government’s Buying Season is Over…Now What?

As we turned the corner on a new government fiscal year, the editors of FedPulse asked me to share some thoughts on what technology companies will face in the year ahead — and how they should prepare. 139 more words

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Sid Salter Continues To Mislead Voters On Thad Cochran

By Ryan S. Walters

My most recent article in MCD focused on what I consider the backbone of true conservatism – a strict construction of the Constitution. 1,252 more words

Chris McDaniel

Canada on track to balance the books a year ahead of schedule: budget watchdog

OTTAWA – Canada’s budget watchdog says the country is on track to run a $3.6-billion surplus in 2014-15 — which would balance the books a year ahead of government predictions. 386 more words

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