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Why the feds should block Comcast's merger with Time Warner Cable

A merger may not raise prices in the short term but could hamper future competition.

FORTUNE — As the Supreme Court this week looks into the legality of Internet-television service Aereo, it’s a good time to delve into another development that could forever reshape the future of television: the possible merger between two of the nation’s biggest cable companies, Comcast ( 675 more words

Term Sheet

Narrowing the Gender Gap

We are well into the 21st Century now, and women still do not get equal pay compared to men in the same jobs. This is changing, though, slowly but surely. 267 more words

#ICParkSM Class Blog

Chelsea Clinton Is Pregnant with First Child

For Democrats, this is might be the equivalent of a royal baby on the way: Chelsea Clinton announced Thursday that she’s pregnant with her first child.

National

Impresiones del Foro Económico Mundial sobre Latinoamérica 2014

Abriendo Caminos para el Progreso Compartido” fue el tema del Foro Económico Mundial sobre Latinoamérica celebrado del 1 al 3 de abril de 2014 en la ciudad de Panamá, donde se reunieron más de 600 líderes del sector privado, gobierno y sociedad civil. 712 more words

Denisse Rodríguez

RT: WTO expects trade growth to more than double in 2014

Published time: April 15, 2014 11:57

Reuters / Ruben Sprich

World trade is expected to grow by 4.7 percent in 2014, more than double the 2.1 percent increase last year, the WTO says. 393 more words

Illuminati/Terrorism/Corruption

To be rich is indeed glorious…

And there we have it – a snapshot of our Prime Minister from his own lips.

“TONY Abbott has described his visit to China as the most important ever undertaken by an Australian leader and has congratulated the Communist country for its pursuit of wealth.” 1,048 more words

Politics

Our Global Risk Report 2014

Top 10 Global Issues to look out for in 2014

The World Economic Forum released their list of global risks to the world in early January of this year. 594 more words

World Issue