In A New Era in Banking, Angel Berges, Mauro F. Guillén, Juan Pedro Moreno, and Emilio Ontiveros explore the changing financial environment that continues to develop following the recession of 2008–2009.
By Roberto De Vogli
New study estimates that the global financial crisis may be responsible for 548 excess deaths due to mental and behavioral disorders across Italian regions
By Dr. Jim Dragun
Dr. Dragun Encourages American’s to Read & Share His Free Book “God’s Letter To America” With Their Family, Friends and Neighbors
By German Center for Research and Innovation New York
What are the underlying causes and long-term consequences of the European Financial Crisis? On Oct. 10, join expert panelists from the U.S. and Germany for a timely discussion at the German Center for Research and Innovation (GCRI).
By The Coalescence
The Whole Earth Design Project is sending out a call for an international army of volunteer information gatherers to participate in an audacious and ambitious effort to design a virtual economic system in cyberspace as a possible template for the real...
In these uncertain times in the Eurozone, it is important to avoid unexpected taxes where possible.
By Bloomsbury Professional
Escalating pay packets for directors and the crisis in banking are forcing more shareholders to act
By Outsource Marketing Group, Inc.
Lear Capital has launched a Fiscal Cliff Protection Package (www.fiscalcliffprotection.com), outlining the secrets and the strategies for not only preserving savings but for building wealth during volatile times.
By Media Consulta Malta Ltd
The FIMBank Group has announced an after-tax profit of USD4.55 million for the six months ended 30 June 2012, an increase of 12% when compared with USD4.08 million registered for the same period in 2011.
By Cosimo, Inc.
Occupy is a collection of Schechter’s reports and commentaries on the movement as he plays the unique role of participatory journalist, not only reporting on day-to-day events but even more so on deeper trends.
By Columbia Business School Alumni Club of NY
Expert panel discussion on the Euro Debt Crisis: its implications for the capital markets, the EU and US economies. Moderated by Bloomberg TV's Pimm Fox and with the participation of the European Central Bank' representative
By William Lau
Ex-Banker Reveals Surprising Facts About TARP, Taxes, Wealth Gap And The Need To Increase The US Savings Rate
By Cass Business School
As Greece tips deeper into a seemingly spiraling financial disaster, the latest rescue package comes in the form of an extra £108 billion in a new bail-out deal.
By Dohmen Media
The Perfect Storm? A seminar with Global Markets Authority Bert Dohmen. Hear how he uses technical analysis and credit market analysis to produce astonishingly accurate market forecasts every day. Robert Kiyosaki (Rich Dad, Poor Dad) also speaking.
By Venom Advertising
David Blanchflower, economist said in 2008 during the financial crisis 'I have concerns that something horrible might come," And now that something has come to pass.
By Blueberry PR
(UPM Tilhill, London, 29 November 2010 ) – Forestry, which is often seen as a safe investment in uncertain times, is proving an excellent option during the on-going financial crisis, according to a report by Savills and UPM Tilhill.
By Michael Miller
Officially launched on Nov. 22, People for Common Sense Government is a website dedicated to spreading the word about the causes and effects of the most recent United States financial crisis.
This book tells of the regeneration of the U.S. markets, day by day, immediately following 9/11, with a focus on the U.S. Government securities market.
By Provideo Financial
Provideo Financial Report: European debt crisis continues to escalate, and most agree that governments need to act collectively and in short order, before this contagion causes irreparable damage to the economic fabric of the continent.
By Prospecting Journal
Imagine if the markets collapsed, stocks dove way past 2008 levels and you had a nice chunk of cash to invest.
By Book Express
Unemployed But Not Destroyed is released by Book Express Publishing. This is a view of what being unemployed and finding a new job is like in this unique economic climate. It examines how everything from the resume’ to job search has changed.
The US unemployment rate stood at 8.9% in June 2011 for workers who are without jobs but searching, according to official Government figures. However, the real rate is probably much higher still.
In May this year, Deutsche Bank Chief Executive Josef Ackermann appeared in a Munich court to testify in a lawsuit against the bank by fallen German media mogul Leo Kirch.
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The US debt has skyrocketed to such a ridiculous level that it’s almost tempting to cheer it on, like when you near the rain-record in summer and actually start rooting for it, despite the misery.
By George Leong
The situation in Greece looks to be worsening. The country has already borrowed over $130 million to keep its operations going, but so far the situation appears not to have improved sufficiently to the point where the country can move forward.
By Raider Publishing International
Raider Publishing International presents The Smile of Jasmine by Amarendra Narayan.
By Strategic Insight
US mutual fund investors added about $23 billion in net new cash to US stock and bond mutual funds in March 2011. US long-term fund assets ended March 2011 at $8.2 trillion, up more than $3.5 trillion from the stock market’s bottom of March 2009.
By Adelphi University
Adelphi University is pleased to host a book discussion with Suzanne McGee, author of Chasing Goldman Sachs.
By John F. Blair, Publisher
John F. Blair, Publisher, is pleased to announce that Banktown: The Rise and Struggles of Charlotte’s Big Banks, by Rick Rothacker, is a finalist for ForeWord Reviews’ 2010 Book of the Year Awards in the business and economics category.