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Compound Interest

Looking at Compound Interest

One of the concepts that any investor needs to get a clear understanding of is compound interest. Much of the information that you are given on investing over the long-term and achieving your financial goals rely on interest or returns and the compounding of those returns over time. 867 more words


EAR presents... the Student Travel Fund

by Jocelyn Sawyer

I’m really excited about Earlham Alums for REInvestment.

When I was a student working on REInvestment, I experienced the challenges of reaching out to EC alums.   405 more words

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EAR Ye EAR Ye! Earlham Alums for REInvestment are here!

by Faye Christoforo

Four years ago a group of only slightly jaded Earlham students began to think about what it would look like for Earlham to divest its direct holdings from fossil fuel extraction companies.  385 more words

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Cable One:  A Starkly Different Approach to The US Cable Industry

“In nature and in business, specialization is key.  Just as in an ecosystem, people who narrowly specialize can get terribly good at occupying some little niche.  3,561 more words


Ignorant Political Beliefs

I was reading s few of the comments posted below the article written for a web site (I hate the term blog, short for weblog, when used for essay writing even if it is informal) regarding the Seattle Business owner raising his minimum salary for new employees.   1,457 more words

Map: Housing Reinvestment Areas 1997

I’m not sure there has ever been a Detroit development plan that did not focus on Downtown or “core” areas of the city. Under Mayor Dennis Archer this plan could be seen as the pre-Detroit Works Project where community groups were brought together to plan future uses in the city’s 10 neighborhood clusters.


Social Justice Carnival 3.0

by Kirsten “Sally” Bunner

On April 28th, students and alumni from REInvestment hosted the 3rd annual Social Justice Carnival.  This carnival was originally the brainchild of two of our previous members, Alex Morrone and Anna Seifert. 447 more words

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