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Internship Spotlight Series: Ava Chang, World Health Organization & J.P. Morgan Intern

Ava Chang ’15 majored in Computer Science and minored in Economics. She graduated a semester early and is currently working at the World Health Organization’s headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. 2,245 more words

Food stamp recipients number nearly 50 million for over three years in a row

(NaturalNews) The number of Americans receiving taxpayer assistance via the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), otherwise known as food stamps, has surpassed 46 million for 39 straight months, according to data released by the Department of Agriculture (USDA), the department that manages the program. 624 more words


Banks Say “Thanks for the Bailout,” Now We’ll Park our Profits in Overseas Tax Havens

By Steve Straehley | AllGov | March 16, 2015

Giant financial institutions that benefitted from federal bailouts during the depths of the recession have repaid the American people’s largesse by hiding profits overseas to avoid paying their fair share of taxes.

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De ijzeren greep van bankiershuis Rothschild

Afgelopen maand werd bekend dat de Nederlandse overheid het bankiershuis Rothschild heeft ingehuurd om de beursgang van ABN Amro voor te bereiden. U weet wel, de genationaliseerde bank die vorig jaar een winst van 1,16 miljard euro heeft geboekt. 819 more words



A modest bidding war has broken out among the retailers who hire from the bottom of the labor pool, buoyed in part by improving sales…Turnover in the retail sector has been steadily rising and now stands at 5 percent a month.   483 more words

A bank stress test first: No failures

For the first time since the financial crisis, the Fed isn’t handing out any Fs.

On Thursday, the Federal Reserve released the results of its annual bank stress tests. 844 more words


4 Mar 2015 (AFR) - Dividends keep climbing despite weak corporate profits

(4 March 2015, AFR, p13, Max Mason)

‘Dividend growth has more than doubled that of earnings in the February reporting season as Australian companies continued slashing costs to satisfy investors’ seemingly insatiable appetite for income. 57 more words

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