Monthly Archives: October 2011

An International Perspective – One More Time, Please

I live in the US now, although I was born in another country, which also causes me to appreciate that because of his “foreign” upbringing, President Obama is also tempering his view of the world with a more global perspective. … Continue reading

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G-20 Needs Broader View to Solve Euro Crisis, Jim Lane of Biodigest Makes Similar Suggestions

I made a COMMENT on BUSINESSWEEK.COM The article in question was related to speculation about actions that might be taken by the upcoming (next week) G-20 conference, with respect to the Euro, and the financial crises engulfing (at minimum) Greece … Continue reading

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The Government and “The One Percent”

Jeffrey Sachs doesn’t lie, does he? Jeff Sachs, the famous economist and university professor (Columbia U.) appeared recently (Oct. 2011) on a Charlie Rose on PBS program discussing, what else, the economy. Specifically, the depression or at least recession (at … Continue reading

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The Government and “The One Percent”

Jeffrey Sacks doesn’t lie, does he? Jeff Sachs, the famous economist and university professor (Columbia U.) appeared recently (Oct. 2011) on a Charlie Rose on PBS program discussing, what else, the economy. Specifically, the depression or at least recession (at … Continue reading

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“Build Domestic Industry”, “New Jobs”, “Increased Income”, Ag. Sec. Vilsack Predicts

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said: In Washington, Vilsack told the press, it is “an opportunity for the country to wean itself off of foreign oil and to build a domestic industry with new job opportunities in rural America as well … Continue reading

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The Most Important Part of Any Resume

Looking Good is Not Necessary Good Looking The difference between “looking good” which was one of the main focii of responses to a young lady’s inquiry about “What is the most important part of your resume?” from several of the … Continue reading

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