Germany's Angela Merkel made her most forceful comments yet on the possibility of providing shared eurobonds and an FDIC-like guarantee for bank deposits. The Reformed Broker composes a poem in honor of the occasion.
Many Eastern Europeans couldn't afford children following the collapse of communism, and birth rates plummeted in the early 1990s. As a result, over the next decade, the total drop in the region's youth labor market may reach 40 percent.
Orbitz is experimenting with different criteria as it creates lodging and travel recommendations. The site sometimes looks at operating systems to decide what hotel options to show you. Mac users may be shown pricier options first.
So who's right? The French seem preoccupied with the mistresses of their new chief, and the details of their last meal. Meanwhile back in America, President Barack Obama is happily married, but taking flak for his economic and foreign policies.
SB 1070, the strict Arizona immigration law ruled on yesterday by the Supreme Court, is seen by many as essential to keep illegal immigrants out of the US and preserving the American way of life. Yet many of those same politicians who support SB 1070 and measures like it in the name of protecting our borders are also intent on destroying our system of government.
Free community newspapers are perhaps the most useful resource available for finding interesting inexpensive and free things to do in your local community and in the communities around where you live.
A new study from CarMD shows that the overall cost of repairs declined six percent in 2011, from an average of $356 to $334. For drivers seeking repairs in five Western states, however, the costs were much higher, at an average of $360.
Like many before him, hopeful entrepreneur Jason worked on a business he wanted to launch while in Dr. Cornwall's program. His plan was to move to Montana and open a coffee shop. However, as is often the case, nothing went according to plan
Using current methods, under current political restraints, government inflation is not feasible to any real extent. Barring a more clever scheme, the Fed lacks the power to generate the kind of extra monetary inflation some on the left have called for.
Investors who read and react to blogs and the Twitterverse may not realize it, but they're actually on the forefront of a revolution, according to Joshua Brown, one of the greatest information disintermediations in modern history.
Chinese authorities have artificially lowered the interest rates that regular Chinese citizens earn on their savings and have directed these cheap funds to finance “staggeringly unprofitable” state enterprises that spin out wealth for connected elites.
Current high school and early college textbooks don't adequately explain what the federal debt is and why the students should care about it. This is a problem, because they are the ones set to inherit it.