Japan has warned that tens of thousands of British jobs with Japanese firms could be at risk if London pulls out of the European Union, More than 1,300 Japanese companies have invested in the UK, as part of the single market of the EU, and have created 130,000 jobs, more than anywhere else in Europe.
Real estate developer Larry Silverstein can’t seek $3.5 billion from airlines whose planes were hijacked by terrorists and flown into the World Trade Center’s twin towers on Sept. 11, 2001, a judge ruled. already collected $4.1 billion from insurers and can’t collect twice under New York law,
Monsanto most hated corporation in the world. global demand for non-GMO organic foods increasing.20 percent of GMOs grown worldwide go into human food. 80 percent in animal feed, cotton, biofuels, body care products,nutritional supplements.
Fracked gas has yet to be produced in the UK, though exploratory drills are underway.The new tax rate would chop the current rate in half, as “shale gas producers will pay just 30 per cent tax on their profits, compared to the 62 per cent that the oil and gas industry has traditionally paid,
Russia has overtaken Germany as the fifth largest economy in terms of purchasing power according to latest World Bank ranking.Russia's oil and export driven economy is ranked fifth amongst the top ten economies in the world with $3.4 trillion in GDP.
Once the fourth largest US city, Detroit has seen its population shrink by more than half, from 1.8 million in 1950 to 685,000 today, as crime, flight to the suburbs and the hollowing out of the auto industry have eaten away at its foundations.
Japan has allegedly ordered geological survey ships to prepare for possible deployment after the Chinese were reportedly detected drilling in Japanese waters near the disputed area of the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea,
U.S. government must not only borrow enough money to fund government spending for this year, it must also "roll over" existing debt that has reached maturity.
Despite confession to demolishing building, Silverstein received $861 million from insurers for Building 7.Why is Silverstein claiming airliners destroyed buildings he has confessed to demolishing one of them himself? 2002 PBS documentary “America Rebuilds,” Silverstein admitted to demolition of WTC-7,
Monsanto got more than a slap on the wrist from the Indian government – they were delivered two fat rejections – one from the patent appeals court and another rejection that was upheld by the Intellectual Property Appellate Board.
"An abnormal incident in which our trade ship Chong Chon Gang was seized by Panamanian authorities on suspicion of carrying narcotics has occurred," said an unnamed spokesman of DPRK's Foreign Ministry, claiming that Panamanian officers "violently attacked" the ship's captain and crew.
F-35 project will cost the United States $1.5 trillion. Lockheed estimated the cost of the program to come to only $233 billion.So far set back the Pentagon $395.7 billion, a 70 percent increase.Lockheed Martin is showing some improvements in producing this aircraft.
Peru to provide free electricity to over 2 million of its poorest citizens by harvesting energy from the sun. Energy and Mining Minister Jorge Merino said that the National Photovoltaic Household Electrification Program will provide electricity to poor households through the installation of photovoltaic panels.
Thousands of Greeks have staged a substantial rally in the capital city of Athens to protest against a bill that includes plans to cut thousands of civil service jobs.
Larry Silverstein the developer of the World Trade Center argues he should get billions of dollars from the airlines whose jets plowed into Twin Towers. Airlines were liable for failing to protect passengers and property after the hijackers took over. Already collected more than $4 billion in insurance
it would take the average McDonalds employee one million hours of work to earn as much money as the company’s CEO. estimates for employees’ costs: $20 a month for health care, $0 for heating, and $600 a month for rent. It does not include any budgeted money for food or clothing.
Britain’s Serious Fraud Office said two former brokers have been charged with conspiring to manipulate the Libor interbank lending rate.“Terry Farr and James Gilmour, former brokers at RP Martin Holdings Limited, havebeen charged with offences of conspiracy to defraud.
6 times larger than the Bakken, 17 times the size of the Marcellus formation, and 80 times larger than the Eagle Ford shale.All told what was recently discovered outside a sleepy Australian town contains more black gold more than in all of in Iran, Iraq, Canada, or Venezuela.This discovery dwarf the oil rich kingdom
The war on Syria is not only a military or political one. The conflict has deteriorated the economy , putting pressure on the Syrians;Prices of basic foods have doubled and sometimes even tripled,especially for imported goods. Traders are selling goods at unrealistic prices.
WASHINGTON – Pushing to restore congressional power, four U.S. senators introduced a 21st Century Glass-Steagall Act this week to rebuild the historic wall between commercial and investment banks.
A bipartisan group of Senators are proposing the “21st Century Glass-Steagall Act” in an effort to curb the power of big banks by reinstating a Depression-era rule that separated commercial and investment banking.
A House Republican scheme to strip food stamp funding out of the farm bill would lead to the program being weakened or even outright dismantled. GOP having trouble finding the votes to support a split farm bill so far, but the tens of millions of Americans who rely on food stamps would be at risk.
A conservative mogul worth $43 billion says he knows the secret to helping poor people. According to Charles Koch, the U.S. needs to get rid of the minimum wage, which he counts as a major obstacle to economic growth.
The government proposes to plug the “holes” by deep attacks on the working class, including cutting payments to the state pension fund, decreasing state procurements by five percent, and cutting spending on health care, education, and utilities.
The US military has constructed a $34 million building in southwestern Afghanistan, which it initially planned to use as its headquarters. But as the US scales back its troops, the brand new 64,000 square foot building may soon be demolished.
The D.C. Council bill would require retailers with corporate sales of $1 billion or more and operating in spaces 75,000 square feet or larger to pay their employees no less than $12.50 an hour. The city’s minimum wage is $8.25.
The Economic Collapse…people envision bank runs, life without rule of law, piles of worthless currency, rampant homelessness, and breathless news reports on CNN and the network channels. They imagine a grim, gray world, devoid of entertainment, with unwashed citizens digging desperately through the trash.
Three jurisdictions in California are considering a plan to use eminent domain to acquire underwater mortgages and keep people in their homes. A court fight over eminent domain powers is expected if any jurisdiction goes ahead with the plan.Investors in the current mortgages say the plan is a bad idea.
WikiLeaks announced in a press release Wednesday that MasterCardInternational has reversed its decision to not process paymentsfor WikiLeaks, and that customers can once again contribute tothe site’s operations.
France wants to delay the ‘biggest bilateral trade deal in history' by 2 weeks after learning the USA was allegedly tracking economic communications of EU member states.
Barack Obama met with president of Senegal at start of three-nation, week-long African tour aimed at promoting US strategic and profit interests on the continent.
A Spanish judge has ordered prison without bail for a former treasurer of the ruling People’s Party (PP), amid a series of corruption allegations against Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's government.
U.S. businessman who was held hostage in his Chinese factory for a week left his office this morning.Chu Li Xiang representative of the Workers Union said the standoff had a "satisfactory conclusion for both sides."But was unwilling to disclose exact amount in the settlement
The UK’s austerity policy is ideologically driven and is aimed at diverting finance from the poor to the rich under the pretext of the economic crisis.
California Senate approved bill that would require background checks,permits, $50 fees to purchase ammunition. Sen Dick Durbin wants taxing bullets a hundred or a thousand dollars apiece.
Theft of $1.2 million from Swiss International Airlines Flight 17 in $100 bills.Cash was missing from a container that required forklift to remove.
What does it take to end world hunger? About one week of United States military spending, according to the pile of data on the subject.
America Is Broke. Did you know that you are involved in the most massive Ponzi scheme that has ever existed? To illustrate my point, allow me to tell you a little story. Once upon a time, there was a man named Sam. When he was younger, he had been a very principled young man...
Israel's Chief Rabbi Yona Metzger has been questioned by Tel Aviv's fraud squad on suspicion of accepting bribes, fraud, breach of trust, and money laundering, police officials have said.
as 2013 progresses, a further downturn will become visible through the orchestrated statistics. This time the Fed will have to get the printed money past the banks and into the economy, and inflation will explode. The dollar will collapse
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