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The global remittance flow, which has touched $550 billion last year, is expected to grow by 8 per cent per annum in the next couple of years. Of the total remittance fund, $414 billion were received by developing countries, especially India, China,
It has been sending data to Facebook tracking the sites you visit. Each time details of the tracking were revealed, Facebook promised that it wasn't using the data for any commercial purposes. No longer. Last week, Facebook announced it will start
But, what do we do when an intelligence agency says they're too big to follow regulations? In a recent response to a lawsuit filed by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the NSA said that the agency is simply too large to preserve evidence. The EFF's
Even worse, these companies are often owned by former officers with connections all over the place to get even more people on probation for dollars. Nothing to see here ... move along ... until it happens to you, that is. This piece was reprinted by
For the first time since record-keeping began, two Category 4 hurricanes have developed in the Eastern Pacific Basin before July 1st. Back in May, Hurricane Amanda was labeled the "strongest May hurricane on record," and only a couple weeks later,
A growth deficit surely has been one of the hallmarks of the U.S. economy since the end of the Great Recession. But the Wall Street Journal editors must not be paying attention if they think that doubling down on the pro-rich, free-market policies
In my work as both a consultant to entrepreneurs and an entrepreneur myself, I've encountered a recurring problem: We lack a "long-game." To be fair, we usually have general long-term objectives, accompanied by more nebulous strategies for achieving
William Rivers Pitt. (Photo courtesy of WRP) It begins in the dawn's early light with a coo, or a thump, or "Ho jeez," or "A-duk-a-duk-a-duk-a-duk," or "Da da dee da dee da dah" coming out of the baby monitor that stands at attention on my dresser.
Last year, the Supreme Court decimated one of the civil rights movement's crowning achievements. Now, it's time for Congress to pick up the pieces, put it back together and make our laws strong enough to protect our most important right: our vote.
Women's voices are so frequently sidelined in economic debates. Our voices are few and far between in the economics blogosphere. (Image: Jared Rodriguez / Truthout ) Welcome to The Curve, where feminists talk economics. Twice a month at this site, we