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Why High Schools Still Need Government Funding

Historically, high schools have been funded primarily by local government agencies. State-level government provided minor financial support, and the federal government did not significantly contribute to high school funding. However … Continue reading

August 20, 2013

It’s MoNDaY aGaiN: Cleveland OH, St. Louis MO , Omaha NE and Los Angeles CA (US Economy& Markets: July 29 – August 02, 2013)

One would say these area few of my favorite things, but from a report in September 2012 (Business Week) these are among the nation’s top 50 but barely with Anchorage … Continue reading

July 29, 2013

Misery in Motor City: What Happened in Detroit? – our new series from Guest Author Maxime Reiman

Detroit is not the first city to file for bankruptcy, but it is the largest to do so in American history. People unfamiliar with the situation may be wondering what … Continue reading

July 26, 2013

The retail lifestyle champions vs the also rans: The Graphic before the next bottle of Coke

The beating expectations game does not interest us, but coke’s successfully swamping of Pepsi in North America does. The rest after the transcripts are all spell proofed and we have … Continue reading

February 7, 2012 · 1 Comment

US Economy: Consumer Credit sings like a canary

  Consumer Credit Spending on 10 year high Consumer Credit report for November was not something anyone could miss as the report engendered the new debate on Credit being boon … Continue reading

January 10, 2012 · 3 Comments

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