Category Archives: Economics

Sudan: Is The West Funding Religious Genocide?

Sudan: Is The West Funding Religious Genocide? A young Christian Sudanese woman, Mariam Yahya Ibrahim, who is married to a dual U.S.-Sudanese citizen, has recently been convicted of apostasy by Sudan’s Islamist government, headed by dictator-president Omar al-Bashir. Al-Bashir, who is wanted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) on charges of ordering genocide against the people …

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Originally posted on The Buzz – Investment and Stock Market News:
It’s that time of year again. Most of the nation’s big banks have disclosed how much chief executives earned in 2012. While some had their compensation cut, others received hefty raises. One caveat: Wells Fargo (WFC) CEO John Stumpf, who received $17.6 million in…

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Originally posted on Global Public Square:
By Ibrahim Sharqieh, Special to CNN Editor’s note: Ibrahim Sharqieh is deputy director of the Brookings Institution’s Doha Center. The views expressed are the writer’s own. We are now set for a third term for Israeli Premier Benjamin Netanyahu. And, although Netanyahu’s Likud-Yisrael Beiteinu coalition seems to have underperformed…

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Originally posted on CNN Political Ticker:
Washington (CNN) — Sen. Robert Menendez’s office issued a statement Wednesday saying he had traveled several times on a plane belonging to a Florida eye doctor who had given political donations to Menendez but that all the trips were “paid for and reported appropriately.” The office also denied allegations…

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Tip of the Day:…

Tip of the Day: A Utility Curve shows an individual’s personal preference for two scenarios relative to one another. It represents an amount of one option that the person is willing to trade for a given amount of the other option. It’s often used to compare an individual’s preferences between two goods. Each possible point …

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