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American Money: Tips to Minimize Wasteful Spending

Originally Published: 04/17/2014 12:54 pm ET Updated Jun 17, 2014

By: Dedrick Asante-Muhammad

With the costs of basic necessities rising and wages stagnating, minimizing unnecessary and wasteful spending is more important than ever. 478 more words

Time For Another Marshall Plan?

At the end of World War 2 there was a plan, the Marshall Plan, to help rebuild the countries devastated by war in Europe….

The Marshall Plan was a massive program of aid from the United States to sixteen western and southern European countries, aimed at helping economic renewal and strengthening democracy after the devastation of World War II. 413 more words

International Situations

Emil's Presentation

Author’s note:

Needless to say, Emil was a Practitioner. But like many in business in the old times, he was not using his business to further the Technology, except in private ways, such as through monetary donations.

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Is a Green Job or Business Right for You?

Originally Published: 04/25/2013 04:58 pm ET │Updated Jun 25, 2013

By Dedrick Asante-Muhammad

Economic recovery is evading our most struggling populations with African-American and Latino unemployment still nearly twice the national average. 498 more words

OUR VIEW: The state of our state

How is Oregon doing as a state?

Gov. Kate Brown answered that question only in the broadest sense during her State of the State speech this week: “Oregon’s rising economic tide should be lifting all boats. 19 more words


Today's Politically INCORRECT Cartoon bY A.F. Branco

Ghost Of Economies past

A.F. Branco | on January 31, 2018 at 8:30 am | https://comicallyincorrect.com/ghost-economies-past/

Many people on the left continue trying to credit the booming economy to Obama’s failed economic policies. 45 more words


The new normal: Alberta construction, housing industries facing challenges during economic recovery

Shifting economic winds are blowing in Alberta, with new economic forecasts detailing which sectors of the construction industry will lose, gain and recruit skilled workers. 688 more words

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