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The Market Equilibrium Trend changes from Supply-to-Demand to Demand-to-Supply Ascendancy

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joshuakonov.wordpress.com - In number of articles, I presented the theory of Market Economics as based on the conception of the tipped-off, from a Supply to a Demand driven Global Market Trend to a Demand-to-Supply Trend that...

Former BP CEO John Browne: Why Coming Out is Good Business

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gsb.stanford.edu - At 5 p.m., on May 1, 2007, just a few hours after resigning as chief executive of BP, I stepped into the elevator on the 5th floor of the London headquarters and began my descent. When the doors op...

The Sales Managers' Index: India

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worldeconomics.com - Market Growth Index falls for the first time in a year SMI continues to reflect strong economic activity in October Confidence hits highest level on record Prices fall for the fourth consecutive mo...

America's 500 Biggest Companies - TIME

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time.com - Wal-Mart stayed on top as its sales crept closer to half-a-trillion dollars. Apple moved into the top five. And UnitedHealth Group continued its steady climb. For the full list, click here.

Citic Bank Inhales Capital From Tobacco Giant -- Heard on the Street - WSJ - WSJ

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online.wsj.com - Citic Bank Inhales Capital From Tobacco Giant Lender Will Raise Up To $1.9 Billion Through Sale of Stake

LinkedIn Q3 Beats The Street, Sales Of $568M, EPS $0.52

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techcrunch.com - In a quarter that has seen a mixed set of results for social networks Twitter and Facebook, LinkedIn today reported its quarterly results, handily beating analyst estimates on sales of $568 million...

Hong Kong Students Consider Taking Protest to Beijing - WSJ - WSJ

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online.wsj.com - HONG KONG—Student leaders here said they are considering taking their demands for democracy to Chinese leaders in Beijing next month when China plays host to a high-profile global summit, a move th...

Takata Threatened With Fine as U.S. Seeks Air Bag Answers - Bloomberg

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bloomberg.com - Takata Corp. (7312) is being given one month to answer 36 questions from U.S. regulators that may shed light on what led to the recalls of millions of air bags that may inflate with too much force ...

The Best Quotes Of TechCrunch Disrupt EU: London 2014

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techcrunch.com - At Disrupt Europe: London 2014, a handful of speakers took the stage for panel discussions and fireside chats. The state of their startups, investments and the European tech landscape were discusse...

Special Report: Tsunami evacuees caught in $30 billion Japan money trap

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reuters.com - ISHINOMAKI Japan (Reuters) - Thirty billion dollars in funding for roads, bridges and thousands of new homes in areas devastated by the tsunami in Japan three and a half years ago is still languish...

Macau Gambling-Revenue Drop Divides Investors - WSJ - WSJ

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online.wsj.com - Macau Gambling-Revenue Drop Divides Investors Macau’s Drop in Gambling Revenue Has Prompted Investors to Rethink Their Approach

China’s Regional Bank Needs to Be More Multilateral, Abbott Says - Bloomberg

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bloomberg.com - China’s proposed $50 billion Asia regional bank needs to become more multilateral and transparent for Australia, the U.S. and Japan to join, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said. Australia an...

The world’s richest women by region

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cnbc.com - With the world's billionaire population hitting an all-time high this year, global billionaire wealth now stands at a whopping $7.3 trillion. Women control almost 13 percent of this wealth and acco...

World Is Friendlier Place for Businesses

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worldbank.org - A new World Bank Group report has found that it’s easier to conduct business this year because 80 percent of world economies surveyed have improved laws and regulations. The most extensive reforms ...

Don’t give gifts to your heirs until you’ve answered this question - MarketWatch

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marketwatch.com - “Can I afford to give financial gifts to my adult children?” For many people in their 50s and older, that’s just a different way of asking, “Have I saved enough for retirement?” And due in large pa...

Dying at Work - The Atlantic

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theatlantic.com - Working can be deadly. The federal Department of Labor said Wednesday that 11 people in the United States die on the job every day, and another 50,000 perish each year from work-related illness or ...

Achieving zero hunger with help from smallholder farmers

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trust.org - Any views expressed in this article are those of the author and not of Thomson Reuters Foundation. In eastern Rwanda’s Bibare village, Generoza Mukamazimpaka rises early to work on her family farm ...

Who Cashes in Most on the Value That CEOs Add to Their Companies? CEOs Themselves - Andrew O’Connell - Harvard Business Review

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blogs.hbr.org - On average, 65% of the value CEOs add to their companies through their vision and managerial skills comes back to them in the form of their cumulative pay, and shareholders divide up the remaining ...

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Q&A: China, India Experts Address Border Dispute - WSJ - WSJ

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online.wsj.com - Q&A: China, India Experts Address Border Dispute Two Analysts—One in India and One in China—Explore Origins, Assign Blame, Offer Solutions

Samsung Electronics Jumps Most Since 2008 on Restructuring Bets - Bloomberg

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bloomberg.com - Samsung Group companies surged, led by the biggest three-day rally in Samsung Electronics Co. (005930) in six years, amid growing speculation of a shareholder-friendly restructuring at South Korea’...

BBC News - Citigroup sets aside another $600m to cover legal costs

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bbc.co.uk - Investment bank Citigroup is setting aside an extra $600m to cover legal expenses due to "rapidly evolving regulatory inquiries". The money relates to likely settlement of claims that Citigroup man...

Number of billionaires doubles since financial crisis as inequality spirals out of control

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oxfam.org - Rising inequality could set the fight against poverty back by decades (1), Oxfam warned today as it published a new report showing that the number of billionaires worldwide has more than doubled si...

What's the best credit card for retirees? - MarketWatch

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marketwatch.com - Although retirees are bombarded with ads about walk-in tubs, reverse mortgages and river cruises, most of the millions of dollars spent on credit card ads seem focused on younger individuals. Hey, ...

Asia shares edge up on brightening US prospects, BOJ awaited

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reuters.com - TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares ticked higher on Friday on Wall Street's cheer after upbeat U.S. growth data, while the dollar traded around four-week highs against the yen as investors awaited the ...

W. M. Anderson, 92, Dies; Faced India Plant Disaster - NYTimes.com

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nytimes.com - Warren M. Anderson, a Brooklyn carpenter’s son who ascended to the top of the Union Carbide Corporation, where he grappled with the ravages of a poisonous gas leak at the company’s plant in Bhopal,...

Is Philanthropy Bad for Democracy? - The Atlantic

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theatlantic.com - Though this is not the way I would usually describe my career, one way of looking at it is that I spent my first 20 working years trying to raise money, and the next 15 trying to give it away. The ...

Top Financial Services Internships - Forbes

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forbes.com - Interns can make out quite well financially when they work a stint at Northwestern Mutual. On top of a $100-a-week training stipend, they can earn an additional $500-$1,000 per semester if they ser...

Will They Ever Learn? A Man WITHOUT A Hazmat Suit Is Filmed Helping The Second U.S. Ebola Victim…

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viralspell.com - This is really, truly unbelievable, and hugely disturbing. A man dressed only in shirt and pants, and NOT wearing a protective suit, was seen on live television carrying a clipboard and walking wit...

China's Economy: How Low Will GDP Growth Go? - Businessweek

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businessweek.com - When two respected organizations—plus a famous Harvard economist—tackle the question of China’s growth, they come up with widely different answers. In The Long Soft Fall in Chinese Growth, publishe...

BBC News - Philippines tourism to shrug off China warning

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bbc.co.uk - The Philippines is increasingly relying on tourism as a growth industry. But the country still receives far fewer visitors than many of its neighbours in Asia. What's more, there has been a sudden ...

Falling Bank Deposits Add to China Economy Warning Sign - Bloomberg

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bloomberg.com - Chinese bank deposits dropped following a crackdown on lenders manipulating their numbers and “illicit” means of attracting money, threatening to weigh on credit growth and hinder efforts to reigni...

Guan Yu: The People’s Deity - WSJ - WSJ

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online.wsj.com - Guan Yu: The People’s Deity Protesters, Police and Triads Show Reverence for Chinese Deified General

Why This Expert Is Urging More Women To Go For Tech Jobs - Forbes

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forbes.com - The number of women studying computer science and entering the IT industry is falling, but a successful tech expert has issued a strong call for more women to go for jobs in the sector. Karen O’Del...

IFC Home

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ifcextapps.ifc.org - Washington, D.C. / Tokyo, October 29, 2014—IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, has launched the first bond program to support businesses that profitably provide goods, services, and job opportun...

Oxfam

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act.oxfam.org - Join our 'Even It Up' campaign and be in at the start of something special - a growing global movement demanding a fairer world and an end to inequality. How is it fair that a select few have more ...

How Will Mexico’s Energy Reform Impact Its Growth?

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openmarkets.cmegroup.com - Energy reform in Mexico is taking shape. The swiftness in which a presidential promise survived a Congressional vote and was signed into law shows that Mexico, a major manufacturer and provider of ...

UNDP Administrator Helen Clark Opening speech at the 7th Ministerial Forum for Development in Latin America and the Caribbean

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undp.org - I am delighted to be in Mexico for the 7th Ministerial Forum for Development in Latin America and the Caribbean. UNDP greatly appreciates Mexico’s willingness to host the forum. I greet all Ministe...

Citi revises third-quarter lower due to legal accruals

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reuters.com - (Reuters) - Citigroup Inc (C.N) revised its third-quarter results lower due to a $600 million increase in legal accruals. The bank adjusted its third-quarter net income to $2.84 billion from $3.44 ...

MasterCard Earnings Charge Ahead as Global Spending Soars (AAPL, MA, V)

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fool.com - Coming into this morning's report, MasterCard (NYSE: MA  ) enjoyed a consistent track record of growth, but investors weren't certain whether the card-network giant would be able to sustain the pac...

Energy Boom Can Withstand Steeper Oil-Price Drop - WSJ - WSJ

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online.wsj.com - Oil prices would need to fall at least another $20 a barrel to choke off the U.S. energy boom, industry experts say, though some smaller American producers would face serious problems from a more m...

Study: Women with more children are more productive at work - The Washington Post

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washingtonpost.com -   Baby Twins Sitting Up and Smiling (The Image Bank/Getty Images) A word of encouragement for my working moms: You are actually more productive than your childless peers. That’s the conclusion of a...

China’s GDP Growth: Less Than Meets the Eye? - Real Time Economics - WSJ

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blogs.wsj.com - Last week, China reported that its third-quarter GDP rose 7.3% compared to a year earlier. Although that was the slowest growth in more than five years, the results were better than most analysts e...

Econoday Economic Report: Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index October 30, 2014

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mam.econoday.com - Highlights According to the latest Bloomberg survey, consumer sentiment in the U.S. held last week near the highest level of 2014 as employment opportunities kept Americans upbeat about the economy...

Boeing Defense Chief: Election Won't Alter Budget: Video - Bloomberg

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bloomberg.com - Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Boeing Defense, Space & Security CEO Chris Chadwick discusses the midterm election's impact on the defense budget, the outlook for Boeing's fighter jet programs, and the comp...

PTT Said to Approach Banks as It Studies $2 Billion Retail IPO - Bloomberg

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bloomberg.com - PTT Pcl (PTT), Thailand’s biggest energy company, has approached potential advisers as it weighs options including an initial public offering for its retail business, people with knowledge of the m...

The world's most unaffordable housing markets

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cnbc.com - Forever a hot topic at many a dinner party, house prices have received much attention over recent years. Seen as the spark for the global financial crash of 2008, the issue is now back on the agend...

USDA Blog » New Day, Same Mission: The Evolution of SNAP

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blogs.usda.gov - This fall, USDA is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Food Stamp Act of 1964 by President Lyndon B. Johnson, which made the Food Stamp Program permanent.  In looking back over t...

Japan’s Inflation, Job Creation Slowdown a Blow to Abenomics - WSJ - WSJ

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online.wsj.com - TOKYO—Japan’s inflation rate fell to its lowest in nearly a year and a measure of job creation worsened for the first time in more than three years, highlighting the divergence between developments...

Hong Kong stocks rise on earnings, Shanghai trading hopes - MarketWatch

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marketwatch.com - LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch) -- Hong Kong stocks powered to respectable gains early Friday, helped by some good earnings news, a positive lead from the U.S. and reports that tests were planned this we...

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Most advanced economies consider themselves market driven, however a Market Economy should be far beyond ideologies and political feuds into an Economics reflecting Market "Demand-to Supply"  Equilibrium
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