Tea & Crackers | Rolling Stone Politics
It's taken three trips to Kentucky, but I'm finally getting my Tea Party epiphany exactly where you'd expect: at a Sarah Palin rally. The red-hot mama of American exceptionalism has flown in to speak at something called the National Quartet Convention in Louisville, a gospel-music hoedown in a
Apple Begins Selling IPad Direct Through Amazon, Target
Just as the iPad went on sale at U.S. retailer Target, the device is also now available at the standard price for purchase direct through online storefront Amazon.com -- no longer just through the site's third-party resellers. Customers can now buy the iPad through Amazon, though only the 32GB and
How Carlos Slim Made $150 Million From The NYT | Analysis &...
The New York Times is going to pay back the $250 million loan from Carlos Slim three years ahead of schedule. It’s very expensive debt, so it makes sense that it should be the first debt to be paid down. But this also turns out to have been a great deal for the Mexican billionaire, if you
The Death Of Digg Is Not Exaggerate
Since Digg came out with their much vaunted version 4 at the end of August, the social media blogs have documented in detail the trail of disaster which will surely become a case study in how to screw up a social site in business courses across the land.There have been anecdotal stories of Digg's
Book Listing Claims Apple's ILife '11 Will Be 64-bit, IOS...
A description for a forthcoming book on iLife '11 says that Apple's forthcoming software suite will be entirely in 64 bits, include a rewritten iWeb, will ditch iDVD, and will also be available for iOS devices. Amazon's German site has a listing for a book entitled "iLife 11: Digital pictures,
Four "Other" ETFs With Indonesia And Thailand Exposure
Unless you've been living in a cave, you know that the iShares MSCI Thailand Investable Market Index Fund (NYSE: THD) and the Market Vectors Indonesia ETF (NYSE: IDX) have sizzled in 2010.
Hedge Funds Cut Natural Gas Bets By 25 Percent: Energy Markets...
Oct. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Hedge funds cut bullish bets on natural gas by the most since August as storms steered clear of production in the Gulf of Mexico and weak demand boosted a U.S. stockpile surplus.Hedge funds and other large speculators reduced wagers on rising prices by 25 percent in the seven
Nominal Personal Income
Nominal personal income rose 0.5 percent (non-annualized) in August, following a 0.2 percent increase in July. Its 12-month growth rate climbed to 3.3 percent during the month (its highest growth rate since September 2008. Nominal disposable income—income less current taxes—increased 0.5 percent in
Capital Observer: Not So Sure About That Deflation
The Wall Street Journal has an article out about retailers and manufacturers trying to pass on higher costs. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704029304575526331692863238.html?mod=rss_whats_news_us_business
The 20-Year Miracle - BusinessWeek
There won't be many birthday parties for Berlin this year. The city's main thoroughfare, Unter den Linden, is still jammed with tourists, and the Prussian-era museums, destroyed by Allied bombs during World War II, have been restored to their former glory. The cafés and bars of Mitte, in what used
Canadian Dollar Index, Weekly Inv H&S
Backing up and looking at the weekly and it's plain to see the large red shoulders and deep head to 77. From there to the NL is the price objective (PO) around 130 if NL is exceeded. Here is daily: http://stock.ly/5bf0or
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