Aquaculture

Daily Digest

Image by West Point Public Affairs, Flickr Creative Commons

Daily Digest 3/29 - Cyprus Banks Reopen, U.S. Army Fights Brain Drain

Friday, March 29, 2013, 11:46 AM
  • It’s head for “the mattresses” time for savers worldwide
  • Cyprus banks reopen amid tight security and tough curbs
  • Cyprus - The Answer Is Uniastrum
  • Hundreds Of Armed Vigilantes Seize Mexican Town, Arrest Local Police
  • After court rules Hollande he can’t put 75% tax on salaries, French President vows to hit companies directly
  • Les misérables: Despite welfare state and wine, unhappiness reigns in France
  • Hollowed out: US Army fights brain drain
  • Highest paid banker on Wall Street suing renovators of neighbouring building for ruining view from his 360-degree glass penthouse 
  • Should airlines start charging passengers by the pound?
  • More Scientific Evidence Linking Fracking and Earthquakes
  • Money for aquaculture, but not wild salmon, critics note
Daily Digest

Image by eviltomthai, Flickr Creative Commons

Daily Digest 3/18 - 'No Cause For Panic' In Cyprus, Disease Threatens Aquaculture

Monday, March 18, 2013, 9:03 AM
  • Wakeup Call From Cyprus To The Rest Of The World
  • With Regard to the Cyprus Bank Deposit Confiscations: Is Nothing Sacred?
  • No Cause For Panic
  • Wall Street: $474 Million, Detroit: $0
  • Tax Credits or Spending? Labels, but in Congress, Fighting Words
  • Federal government to announce plan to increase tanker safety
  • MIT Develops Meltdown-Proof, Nuclear Waste-Eating Reactor
  • Disease threatens aquaculture in developing world