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As those following the saga of the rigged for decades and soon to be history (in its curent incarnation) London gold fix know, today was the date when the World Gold Council held its "Modernising the London Gold Fix: IOSCO and beyond" round table ses
As China's anti-corruption crackdown continues, the crony-capitalists are slowly exposed.
The McDonald's meals abroad that may come as a surprise...
Air New Zealand has scrapped a new in-flight safety video after thousands signed a petition saying it sexualized the female body.
There has been a lot of griping about open offices of late, from The Open Office Trap in the New Yorker to Why open office layouts are bad for employees, bosses and productivity in Fast Company.
CEO Greg Wasson of the giant Walgreen drugstore chain may be thinking of other things than patriotism this 4th of July.
Did you go to the movies this Fourth of July Weekend? Because not a lot of people did! At least according to box office prognosticators, who say this past weekend was one of the worst in decades.
Buses in London no longer accepted cash fares as of early this morning.
No one should be able to use government to force anyone else to buy them something.
Update: just as expected, the confidence-preservation brigade is quick on the scene:
Today's undisputed winner of the prestigous award for best use of the word "unwittingly" in the headline of an article about money-laundering goes to Bloomberg, for their brilliant...
Deal reached with rebels to handover seized oil ports, ending year-long blockade that crippled country's petrol industry
In South Carolina, a BBQ restaurant owner claimed that he was within his rights to refuse service to blacks based on his religious beliefs.
Former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson has opened a new business, selling marijuana oil. The 2012 Republican and Libertarian candidate for president has been named the new CEO of Cannabis Sativa Incorporated. The announcement was made on July 1st.
The Supreme Court decision in the Hobby Lobby case might not have been surprising, but there's at least one aspect of the media coverage of the company that fails in a big way:
New report forecasts rise of solar and wind could lead to peak of carbon emissions
"We cannot be the party of fat cats, rich people, and Wall Street," the Kentucky Republican told the audience at the Freedom Summit in New Hampshire in April. "Corporate welfare should once and for all be ended."
Throughout California's desperately dry Central Valley, those with water to spare are cashing in.
The Marijuana Index(TM) traded marginally lower last week after MedBox Inc. (OTC:MDBX) and CannaVEST Corp.'s (OTC:CANV) moves lower offset GW Pharmaceuticals plc's (NASDAQ:GWPH) modest gains.
Mitt Romney said it, and on Monday the Supreme Court upheld it: Corporations are people, my friend.
As the Free The Nipple movement sweeps social media, Chicago designers have designed the TaTa top for the not-so-brave ladies to don.
Several people protested outside the Detroit Water And Sewerage Department building Thursday, saying customers are having service cut off at an alarming rate and the practice is inhumane.
New York's cities and towns can block hydraulic fracturing within their borders, the state's highest court ruled, dealing a blow to an industry awaiting Governor Andrew Cuomo's decision on whether to lift a six-year-old statewide moratorium.
Even the most gregarious people occasionally need some alone time. Many choose garden sheds or outbuildings as their place of solitude, while others choose the spare room.
Ford has announced that the launch of its Edge SUV in North America early in 2015 will be followed by a worldwide roll-out, including a first foray into Western European markets.
She claims it made her anxious to the point of disability
Pete O'Neil saw Washington's legalization of marijuana in 2012 as a path to retirement, or at least to his kids' college tuition.
The Japanese government has announced measures that could indirectly pressure Tesla sales in Japan.
There are many ways to get high: John and Jane knew that even before traveling to Denver, Colorado. Yet neither was prepared for the vast diversity of offerings they were confronted with when they arrived.