Archive for 12/01/2011 - 01/01/2012
2012 could be your year! Where you will be debt-free!
Are you working on it?
Nuke-Free Germany Isn't Exactly Nuke-Free - Businessweek: "Germany says its future will be nuclear-free. For the present, though, it’s nuclear not-so-free, relying more than ever on electricity from atomic-powered neighbors. What’s more, the Germans have been turning off their reactors because they don’t want a Fukushima-style meltdown spewing radiation across their country. Yet the Temelín reactors, which are in good shape, are close enough to the border to rain down radiation on Germany should a serious accident occur."
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Stocks Fall Hard, But Volume Remains Below Average. Gold Stocks And Bullion Itself Slide. - Investors.com: "Stocks today sold off for a third straight session, with more than a handful of top-rated stocks falling in above-average volume."
What can Evangelical Christians learn from Mormons? A lot!
What we are far less sure how to do is to take seriously a public figure's seemingly admirable character and professions of higher purpose.
And who can blame us? We don't want to be fooled again."
Ontario Trillium Foundation’s Robin Cardozo is creating healthy communities - The Globe and Mail:
"I often talk to people who are mid-career in the corporate sector who are looking to move into the not-for-profit sector. Sometimes I find that they have the right motive but they don’t have a full appreciation of how complex the sector is.
Fiat Threatens to Quit Italy - Businessweek: "Fiat’s 22,000 factory workers in Italy assembled 650,000 cars in 2009, while the 6,100 employees at its plant in Tychy, Poland, built 600,000 vehicles. Without taking into account differences in models or working hours, the Italian workers each made 30 cars a year on average, compared with almost 100 in Poland. Auto workers in Italy earn €27.69 ($38.55) an hour, more than three times the €7.52 in Poland, according to data from German car industry group VDA."
9 Reasons Why Your Image Is Everything: "The way you present yourself has a profound impact on your career. And it's not just your body language or how you dress, the Internet has presented folks with countless new ways to bolster their personal brand -- or completely ruin it."
Tom Keene Talks to Investor Jim Rogers - BusinessWeek: "Why should a good, honest German taxpayer, a guy who saved his money, suddenly get a bill from the German government saying you have got to pay for some Greeks sitting on the beach drinking ouzo? That's absurd."