Tag Archives: Dubai

  • Daily Digest
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    Daily Digest 5/26 – Gardening For Mental Health, How Safe Are U.S. Road Bridges?

    by DailyDigest

    Sunday, May 26, 2013, 5:14 PM

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    • Suddenly bankrupt: People with great credit scores are hurtling into crisis
    • Growing appetite for American whisky straining supply
    • Who, what, why: How safe are US road bridges?
    • Sewage tech lets companies sort profit from Dubai poo
    • U.S. Shift Poses Risk to Pakistan
    • In California, Gardening For Mental Health
    • Breeding The Nutrition Out Of Our Food

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    Daily Digest 4/21 – General Electric Motors, Giant Snails Attack Florida

    by DailyDigest

    Sunday, April 21, 2013, 5:29 PM

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    • Financial transactions tax: UK launches legal challenge
    • Alchemists of Wall Street at it again: Arcane-sounding names hide big risks
    • ‘Sorry, officer, I’ll watch my speed next time’: Dubai adds Lamborghini and Ferrari to police fleet
    • To Central Bankers: You Are Golden Toast On A Silver Spoon
    • Robert Hirsch: Peak Oil as seen through the eyes of Arab oil producers
    • Tesla: General Electric Motors
    • Depleted North Atlantic cod stocks are unlikely to recover, according to study
    • Giant Snails Advance On Florida

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  • Blog

    Daily Digest – December 7

    by DailyDigest

    Monday, December 7, 2009, 4:06 PM

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    • Ethics Rules For Congress Have Glaring Loopholes
    • Stock Rally– Rest Or Recharge?
    • Get Ready For The Dubai Shockwave
    • Requiem For The Dollar
    • The “Too Big To Fail” Debate
    • Selling The Kitchen Sink To Try And Save The Roof
    • BIS Sounding The Alarm About Low Interest Rates
    • The New Gold
    • Jobless Professionals Desperate For Holiday Work
    • Quarter Of Workforce Could Could End Up Becoming Temps
    • China Turns To Madison Ave For An Image Makeover
    • Will Big Business Save The Earth?

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    Daily Digest – December 1

    by DailyDigest

    Tuesday, December 1, 2009, 3:46 PM

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    • Potential For Fed To Hyperinflate 
    • An Empire at Risk
    • Why a run on the U.S. dollar will start soon 
    • Bank Of Japan To Inject $116 Billion Liquidity
    • Dubai Says Not Responsible For Dubai World Debt
    • Wondering Where The Next Debt Bombs Lurk 
    • AIG Has $11.9 Billion Shortfall
    • Awaiting Bonuses, Bankers Cherry-Pick Luxury Homes
    • Housing Meltdown, Ground Zero
    • Harvard Officials, Larry Summers, Ignored Warnings About Investments
    • Ban On Fund Raids May Be Put To NJ Voters
    • Treasury Sets Guidelines For Loan Modification Alternatives
    • Reckless Myopia
    • America Is Spiraling Out Of Control To Bankruptcy 
    • An Empire At Risk
    • Business Journalism And The Global Economy
    • The Lesson Of Dubai: Crisis Is Far From Over
    • Race Against Time To Tackle Global Mountains Of Debt 
    • Morgan Stanley Fears UK Sovereign Debt Crisis In 2010 
    • The Leaks That Prove How Worried The UK Treasury Is
    • France’s Wild Economic Plans 
    • Germany Alarmed, Rushing Through Emergency Measures
    • Is Greece The Next Iceland?
    • Bank Of Japan To Inject $116 Billion Liquidity
    • Australia Raises Interest Rates For Third Time 
    • The Fall Of Mexico
    • The Copenhagen Diagnosis 
    • Blue Gold: World Water Wars (Movie)

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    Daily Digest – Feb 15

    by Davos

    Saturday, February 14, 2009, 9:12 PM

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    • SEC?! Took 5 Minutes to figure it out
    • Markopolos Letter, 2005 (Repost)
    • Big Numbers (Hat Tip Patrick Brown)
    • Official Unemployment Rate, BLS Broadest and SGS Alternate (Shadow Stats)
    • Geithner Reassures G-7 on Bank Plan, Is Urged to Act (Update1) 
    • Laid-Off Foreigners Flee as Dubai Spirals Down
    • GM to Offer Two Choices: Bankruptcy or More Aid
    • Financial Sense News Hour February 14, 2009
    • Obama Presidential Address – 2/14/2009 (Video)
    • Recovery.gov 

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