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Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Tuesday, October 2, 2012
More than 2,000 people with household incomes of over $1 million per year received unemployment benefits in 2009, according to a new report from the Congressional Research Service.

Congressional Republicans have seized on the data, calling for an end to unemployment benefits for millionaires as a means of reducing the national debt, Bloomberg reports. They made a similar proposal last year.
Obamacare Lost Obama At Least One Group Of Voters
Goldman CEO: Some Financial Reforms May 'Turn Out To Be Inadequate'
'SACK OF S**T': Bear Stearns Executives' Crisis Emails Revealed
Supreme Court To Define 'Supervisor'
World Famous Investor Says Taco Bell Could Ruin Chipotle
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Warren K. Zola: The Untenable Dichotomy in College Athletics
Darwinian principles have taken control of college athletics, further dividing institutions in the power conferences from everyone else. Just as Icarus followed his unchecked ambition and flew towards the sun, so too is college athletics chasing excess towards disaster.
Jerome Karabel: Grand Illusion: Mobility, Inequality, and the American Dream
The United States now finds itself at a crossroads: still fervently committed to the American dream, but unwilling to adopt policies that would promote its realization. Put simply, Republicans and Democrats alike want something they cannot have.
Adam Levin: 5 Ways President Romney Would Screw the 47 Percent
Mitt Romney's now-infamous statement, "My job is not to worry about those people," pretty much sums up the Republican nominee's true feelings about who he represents. And if you're in serious debt, it looks like he's talking about you too.
Roel Campos: Immigration - A Vehicle For America's Economic Prosperity
Indeed, the most prevalent anti-immigrant stereotype against Latinos is as follows: the immigrant is characterized as Mexican and illegal, who "steals" a job from native worker. Evidence however, shows that this stereotype is simply wrong
Fauzia Burke: The New Marketing Mantra: Assess, Delete, Respond
Marketers have to understand that there is no time to focus on the wrong things. Being super diligent was good when the world moved slowly, but today being diligent slows you down, and can slow down the people around you.

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