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Civil Politics (7/10/15): Security, Cyber and Economic

Unfortunately there was no recording of this show! If you’d like to hear more about cybersecurity, check out our show from earlier this year

The panel speaks on cybersecurity, national and international economics, and updates from South Carolina. 14 more words

Podcast

Goldman Sachs: The bank that rules the world

Video at:

http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/specialseries/2014/06/goldman-sachs-bank-rules-world-2014613175932453607.html

Image (“Dogs Dealing Unregulated Securities, after C.M. Coolidge” ) by Mike Licht. Download a copy here. Creative Commons license; credit Mike Licht, NotionsCapital.com… 49 more words

Education

The Litigators Of War

By Jeffrey Lewis – Re-Blogged From http://www.Silver-Phoenix500.com

`Let the jury consider their verdict,’ the King said, for about the twentieth time that day.

`No, no!’ said the Queen. 1,236 more words

Regulation

Chicago Public Schools and Chicago Taxpayers Screwed by Ivy Leaguers

Last week, the Chicago Public Schools proposed the selling of up to 1.16 billion dollars in bonds to potentially fill what is estimated as a 1.1 billion dollar hole in their budget. 285 more words

Ivy League Schools

Goldman Sachs, CarVal Investors and BoI win Lloyds’ Project Poseidon for €1.2bn

Goldman Sachs, CarVal Investors  and Bank of Ireland have shared the spoils of Lloyds Banking Group’s final Irish commercial property loan portfolio, paying £827m (€1.18bn) for Project Poseidon, virtually completing the bank’s withdrawal from Irish commercial property lending. 298 more words

Banks

Some People Want Renewable Energy To Fail (And They're Not All in the Oil Business)

I may have mentioned that I get daily emails that cc: a huge number of people, promoting nuclear energy and denigrating renewables.  Tonight, one of these people writes about his ultimate fantasy: the implosion of renewable energy: 252 more words

Renewables - Business

It's all Greek to me

Wednesday the Fed will end its two-day meeting without a scheduled press conference to follow.

Markets should not expect and movement in rates, since Fed chief Janet Yellen already tipped of the bond pits that no rate hike will happen after a meeting without a press conference. 189 more words

Economy