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Before there was Benjamin Graham and Warren Buffett, before there was George Soros or David Swensen, there was John Maynard Keynes. Keynes, whose economic theories have been hugely influential though they remain controversial pioneered many of the
The impacts of a multitude of wrong policy choices will act as a drag and continue to pull back the economy. As John Maynard Keynes once famously said, "The boom, not the slump, is the right time for austerity." Unfortunately for India, the country's
An international holiday of sorts, where those unable to delay gratification line up overnight (or just early in the morning) to get the very first iPhone their local store will sell them. This year, there are two: the updated 5S and the colourful 5C.
An English instructor at the University of Toronto has come under attack from students and academics alike after saying he is "not interested in teaching books by women." The National Post reports that Toronto students staged a protest Friday after
Downton Abbey" has surprised us more than a few times with its notoriously shocking twists. Season 3 ended in heartbreak, as Matthew Crawley died during after a car accident, shortly after Lady Mary gave birth to their son.
She won't be winning accolades as mother of the year anytime soon, but rehabbing socialite Brooke Mueller has impressed child protective services officials with her commitment to a newfound sobriety so much so she's on track to regain custody of her
At Dulwich Picture Gallery Eleanor Birne When she arrived at the Slade, in 1910, Dora Carrington looked quite conventional. But she soon hacked off her long hair into an androgynous bob. Her sophisticated friends Barbara Hiles and Dorothy Brett went
Sony 'pays games intern £4,600' in minimum wage case Chris Jarvis worked for three months as an intern with Sony An intern who helped make computer games for Sony says he has been paid £4,600 after complaining he should have earned the minimum wage.
In their place, quaint Mexican vendors with amateurishly painted signs and sparse stores now hawk their wares as they would in a seedy swap meet. Valley View was never upscale like ritzy Highland Park, but 18 years ago when I arrived in town, Valley
On the morning of our wedding in 1992, he disappeared up into his office to write a beautiful speech about us. I thought it was lovely that he didn't make something up as he went along.' Four-year-old Natalie was bridesmaid at the ceremony at