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Rising unrest and turmoil in Venezuela are side effects of the ugly, predictable face of socialism, as evidenced by the underreported realities of life in a country besieged by a bankrupt political ideology...At the turn of the 20th century,
In difficult times, companies may look to liquidate their underperforming assets. Enter the Ormita Commerce Network, an innovative Chamber of Commerce designed to provide a sustainable solution for businesses to attract new
The controversy roiling the Bitcoin community continues with the outing and then cloaking of the man fingered by Newsweek as Bitcoin's Louis Pasteur...Nakamoto, a Japanese-American man in California, denied having anything to do with the digital
A community time exchange program in Salem isn't only creating bonds, it also could help boost the economy, said it's founder, who just helped start one at Salem State University. A time bank is one of a number of ways to rejuvenate the local economy,
But until she learned that she could do it through a community bartering program, it didn't occur to her to have them replaced. "The best experience was when I went to pick it up," Garf-Lipp said. "(It) brought a little more personal feeling back to
Energy The extreme cold could cost the U.S. economy billions- but could warm up activity in a few sectors as well...Reuters Weather There was no release to surface, Barter said Friday. There's no aquifers that have been impacted by this incident.
World Bank/IMF Annual Meetings at IMF headquarters, Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013, in Washington. AP Market View Hundreds of people dressed as Santa Claus start to run, at the annual St. Nicholas Run, in Michendorf about 45 kilometers (28 miles) west of
The hardest hit will be the ones who don't have anything going into this crisis and who have likely been surviving on government support- of one kind or another. We have survived without resources at a time when nearly everyone was in the same
The Globe and Mail Published Monday, Oct. 28 2013, 6:00 AM EDT Last updated Sunday, Oct. 27 2013, 2:29 PM EDT The best of the web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick.
Transport Minister Chadchart Sittipunt said Thursday that after the signing, both countries would set up a working committee to conclude further details. Initially, under the MoU, both countries agreed for the barter, he said. "This is the first step