these octopus inspired comics centered around the theme of economic populism. Hat tip to The Reformed
told CNBC on the sidelines of the World Knowledge Forum in Seoul. "The answer on that depends on the euro
some what of problem for protesters during Occupy Wall Street. I don't know who the guy in the suit who works for the government was towards the end of the video. Oh yeah, a police horse pees in the video too - don't worry, you don't really see it. But I guess the horse couldn't find a proper bathroom to use either.
bathroom of their own, and so on. And another thing their doing without or not allowed to use, is a microphone, and so their making up their own ways of communicating using hand signals and shouting back out what a speaker says in a call and response type of routine. CNN's Jeanne Moos tries to decipher all of their hand signals and other ways of
'The Demand Doctor', John Cassidy debunks many of the ideas held about John Maynard Keynes and his economic theories. Keynes was neither a socialist or a communist or someone who wanted help grow the economy through tax cuts and stimulus unless there was a risk of recession or depression. It wasn't like he proposed printing money or stimulus whenever there was little problem with the economy. The goals of his theories were to turn the economy around by increasing demand via stimulus rather than by making deep cuts, especially
Meet Ron Wayne, the senior in the triumvirate that founded Apple in 1976. He lasted just two weeks with the company, and says he realized he was too
The ever interesting and insightful James Altucher does a question and answer session once a week on Twitter, here he answers a question about whether you should buy Amazon's stock or Apple's stock. Sure, from time to time Mr. Altucher makes some wild predictions, but he gets you thinking, and sometime times those wild predictions come true. @ChicagoYak asks: Should you Buy Amazon or Apple? Answer: Warren Buffett says that if a company is still going to be here 20 years from now then it is probably a good investment (this isn’t always true: Kodak, for instance, GM. Bethlehem
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