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CULTURE

Monday, August 13th, 2012

MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE

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Ben Bernanke

Monday, August 6th, 2012

Central Banker for the World

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When Will Global Shipping Recover?

Thursday, August 2nd, 2012

A “perfect storm” gathered during The Great Recession that sank much of the global shipping industry. (more…)

Emerging Market Middle Class

Monday, July 30th, 2012

will Continue to Expand

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What of Andy Griffith’s Foot Tapping Porches

Saturday, July 21st, 2012

and the Loss of Small Town Economics

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Multinational Investment Bankers are Assisting in the Marginalization of Women’s Rights

Friday, June 22nd, 2012

 
In the days of the Trojan Wars, there were the Hellenes.  They live on islands; strung like jewels along the coast of azure beauty, the Mediterranean Sea. (more…)

The Chinese Diva Who is a Global Banker

Saturday, May 19th, 2012

Have you ever wondered about who runs that company that makes that status bag? You know the bag that wears the LV Logo. He is the richest man in Paris. (more…)

A French Woman Influences Global Wealth

Monday, April 23rd, 2012

 
Winds sent old newsprint soaring like white kites caught in the updraft along the concrete corridors of Wall Street, in October 29, 1929. The world had just begun to feel the horrendous pain of the Great Depression. (more…)

Angela Merkel’s and Barack Obama’s Governance Shaped by Cultural Similarities

Friday, February 24th, 2012

ANGELA MERKEL  AND BARACK OBAMA
 
It’s as if by magic that we expect the world economy to suddenly correct itself; even more to expect our populaces to elect leaders with miraculous qualities of leadership. (more…)

MF Global’s Practices is Like a Foolish Man Who Built his House on Sand

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

Jon Corzine, CEO of MF Global
 
MF Global was founded in 1870 by a barrel maker named James Man who became a successful supplier of rum to the navy. In 2007 the Man Group came to be MF Global. (more…)

How Will Economic Warriors Christine Lagarde and Angela Merkel Shape the Future of Women?

Sunday, January 22nd, 2012

CHRISTINE LAGARDE AND ANGELA MERKEL
 
There exist today countries that are connected by fear of the future. Yet they are hopeful that past transgressions and poor decisions will not destroy the struggles of generations. (more…)

The Lion in Our Winter Paul McCulley

Monday, January 16th, 2012

PAUL MCCULLEY

It’s almost like he reluctantly descended from his comfortable mountain habitat to visit us with offerings of wisdom. There is the startling appearance of the glorious mane of hair that hangs to the shoulders like a royal lion’s mane. (more…)

At Five O’clock Do You Know Where Your Banker Has Put Your Money?

Friday, December 30th, 2011

Wall Street Bull
 

Banking is inarguably the most prominent component of a country’s economic construct. (more…)

The Embraceable Unthinkable Economic Realignment of Wealth

Sunday, December 18th, 2011

Occupy Wall Street Arrest
 
Our country is experiencing what some financial sages termed economic unthinkable times. (more…)

Dr. Mohamed El-Erian and a Changing Global Economy

Wednesday, December 7th, 2011


 

His name is Dr. Mohamed A. El- Erian CEO and co-CIO of PIMCO, one of the largest bond trading firms in the world. His arrival onto the global stage was overlooked by many. (more…)

There’s a Euro Banker behind the Curtain Named Goldman Sachs

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011


 

Could the flows of humanity participating in Occupy Wall Street or “Occupy” be the ultimate voice in helping us to understand that fundamental rights of men are being bartered away?  (more…)

Who’s to Blame if We Double-Dip?

Friday, August 5th, 2011

Five people, places, and things everyone’s wagging their fists at as the markets crash.

BY CAMERON ABADI | AUGUST 5, 2011

 

There will be plenty of blame to go around if the global economy tips into a double-dip recession. U.S. President Barack Obama on Friday, Aug. 5, spread the responsibility widely, citing a “tumultuous year” that has included the Arab revolts, the earthquake in Japan, the crisis in Europe, and partisan battles over spending in Washington.

But many of the leading global players in the ongoing financial drama have already begun casting stones at more specific targets. Here’s a look at the world’s favorite scapegoats.

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