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China's economy loses some steam: Sydney Morning Herald

by Hemanshu
The pace of Chinese manufacturing eased last month, suggesting slower government spending and steps to curb credit growth could be taking some of the steam out of the world's third-largest economy.


Bailouts & Bank Credit Crisis Could Cause British Great Depression

by cryogenius (via)
Niall Ferguson, respected economic historian, warns of other European countries facing an Iceland style bankruptcy. 'Switzerland is first in line… and Britain is not far behind,' he says. While many politicians in Europe like to shift the blame for the credit crisis to the U.S. Niall points out that excessive lending and leveraging was much more endemic in countries such as Germany and the U.K. Yet the U.K Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, like many European politicians continues to argue that the world is being brought down by a U.S. caused recession.

The Economics of Giving It Away -

by Spone
In a battered economy, free goods and services online are more attractive than ever. So how can the suppliers make a business model out of nothing?


Upscale hotel in Alcatraz

by pigmyscout (via)
U.S. considers upscale hotel for infamous Alcatraz


by jacek (via)
wyśmiewa ludzi, którzy czytając gazety liczą na to, iż informacje podane np. w prasie branżowej uczynią ich bogatszymi. Taleb daje do zrozumienia, iż czytanie informacji w gazetach nie ma sensu. Nie podzielam tego punktu widzenia. Niezależnie od tego, jaki ma się stosunek do WSJ lub Financial Times wszyscy skazani jesteśmy na informacje dostarczane przez media. Nawet, jeśli kogoś nie interesuje gra oparta o agencyjne doniesienia, będzie poddany ich wpływowi, bo rynek, jako całość, zawsze na nie reaguje. Mówiąc w skrócie niektóre rzeczy trzeba po prostu wiedzieć niezależnie od tego, czy da s

Hollywood and the internet, Coming soon (Economist)

by jeanruaud
(en) the internet could be a boon for Hollywood


Online Business and the Rising Canadian Dollar

by flakki
To be honest, I never thought I’d see this day. The Canadian dollar not only reaching parity, but rising above it. As a Canadian, I’m pretty proud of this, and what I don’t understand is the negative reaction some Canadians are having to our country’s success.

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