DEAR AMERICAN COMPANIES: Here's How To Fix The Economy
DEAR AMERICAN COMPANIES: Here's How To Fix The Economy
                                       

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While I enjoy reading The New Yorker when I get the chance, it's rare they cover an issue that I'm deeply familiar with. So it's great to see James Surowiecki jump into the pool with an article about the problems with the US's view towards skilled immigration. It's an issue...
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Burning Man — the annual week-long art and geeks-running-around-naked festival — begins tomorrow in the Black Rock Desert, but with a decidedly down-to-earth lawsuit hanging over its ethereal head. The organizers of the Nevada event sued Pershing County last week in federal court over what it characterized as a...
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Mitt Romney has been remarkably successful in not committing himself to specific policy proposals that might worry certain voters, especially with respect to the economy. As a result,  until now, he has been able to position himself primarily as Not Obama, even though the policy proposals he has made actually...
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Why Bitcoin lives in a "legal gray area"

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I have been tough on Mitt Romney's economic plan, which is vague, lacking in important details, and centered around giving the richest Americans and biggest corporations another tax cut. The plan has general themes that make sense for the long term, but it does not address the specific problem the...
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Income inequality is arguably the most important economic story in this country right now. With all of America's income gains now going to the richest 10% of Americans--and especially the richest 1%--the middle class is strapped. And since the middle class provides most of the spending in the economy (rich...
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FBI says pirated Android apps a "top priority," seizes three domains

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The federal government has expanded its domain seizure campaign to include websites that allegedly participate in Android app piracy. The Department of Justice says that the sites in question—applanet.net, appbucket.net, and snappzmarket.com—are guilty of "illegal distribution of copies of copyrighted Android cell phone apps." As with past seizures, the...
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