Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Interesting Headlines in the News Jan 18

Edible Microchips, Biometric Identity Systems

USA goes on rampage over Iran's Latin American ambitions
Twenty Two Signs Pointing to a Devastating Global Recession
Greek haircut is necessary evil, EU commissioner says
Handful of questions remain on EU fiscal treaty
EU commission starts legal action against Hungary
Nearly 1 Million Workers Vanish Under Obama
Web Piracy Bill Faces Fiercer Fight
Back With a Vengeance: The EU Debt Crisis
Kraft Foods to Cut 1,600 Jobs

Decentralization Is The Only Plausible Economic Solution Left
Apocalypse How?  Dire 2012 Forecasts Pessimistic Prognosticators
Gold is the most favoured asset in 2012:

Silver: How Iran can easily triple prices

S&P warns that Greece will default very soon
Why silver is better than gold?
Blind Man’s Bluff in the Middle East
Saving the American Safety Net
Vulture Funds Profit Off Greek Misery
The idea of free trade only works in the academic world (Part1)
The idea of free trade only works in the academic world (Part 2)
Final Battle for the Euro Will Be Fought on Italy’s Shores
What the Next Decade Holds for Commodities
Expect Recession in 2012
The Worst Economic Recovery Since The Great Depression
The Worst Economic Recovery Since The Great Depression
Portugal moves into default territory
Central banks increase gold lending
Citigroup latest Wall Street bank to disappoint as profits fall 11%
Jerry Yang resigns from Yahoo
Wisconsin governor facing recall

China: A country where no one is secure
The sordid details of the employment market
Arab Justice for Arab Violence
Fitch says Greece to default, believes will be orderly
Greek debt talks to resume Wednesday in Athens
Recovery at risk as Americans raid savings
Is China Really Funding the US Debt?
When, oh when, will Europe face the truth?
Hungary faces ruin as EU loses patience
The world according to Goldman Sachs
Half of U.S. Households Took Government Benefits in 2010
Time for a Royalty System for Aggregators?
What Does One Jobless Youth Cost Taxpayers?

China's Dilemma on Iran
New space-arms control initiative draws concern
Europe’s Airbus tops U.S-based Boeing

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