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The punitive shift towards the criminalisation of homelessness

Sharon Hartles is a MA student with the Open University. She has an interest in state-corporate crimes, white-collar crimes and how these exacerbate social harms. Sharon has worked in the education sector for 10 years and believes that knowledge is paramount to challenging the crimes of the powerful which are permitted and not prohibited by black letter law. 886 more words


Goldman and Morgan Stanley Want to Lend the Ultra-Rich More Money

For Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s millionaire clients, it can take the firm 5 minutes to underwrite a loan to start a new business or pay down taxes. 167 more words

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Stock Market Crash Of 1987

The first contemporary global financial crisis unfolded on October 19, 1987, a day known as “Black Monday” when the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 22.6 percent.

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Blain: "Analysts Are Looking At A Cascade Crisis In China"... And That's Great News For Trump

China vs US  

Meanwhile… let us cast our minds far to the East where the real story is probably China. Lots of stuff in the press about China and debt… and much of it casting doubt on the sustainability of China’s economic miracle – including its ability to continue as the major economic partner across Asia, Africa and the Middle East.  305 more words


Growing corporate debt risk has 'echoes of last crisis,’ Bank of England warns

A risky corporate debt splurge is raising echoes of the financial crisis, the Bank of England fears, as officials scour the market for signs that a debt crunch could hurt banks and the wider economy. 407 more words


A Real Estate Career: Lessons Learned (2010-2012)

The optics of business school are great because being a student gives you a halo – you appear to be “studying”, hard at work, transforming yourself. 1,575 more words


U.S. Is World’s Most Competitive Economy For First Time In A Decade

Country regains top spot in World Economic Forum rankings thanks to strong economic growth; report says room for improvement on social issues

The U.S. is back on top as the most competitive country in the world, regaining the No.

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