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Building an email list was never easier

by Kat Bader Email list building was never as easy, now because of mobile advertising. Mobile or cell phone advertising is an untapped and cheap medium you can use to build a big list – fast. In just three days ...

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Oil Rig Companies to Face Questioning

PBS Executives from the three companies tied to the Gulf Coast oil spill head to Capitol Hill on Tuesday. Lawmakers from two Senate committees will question officials from BP, Halliburton and Transocean about the April 20 explosion that sunk the ...

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What Does Does Facebook-McDonalds Deal Mean?

By Rick Whiting, CRN A reported deal with fast-food giant McDonald’s could mean that Facebook is setting itself up to compete with Foursquare and other location-based social networking Web sites. Facebook is widely believed to be developing geolocation features for ...

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Reining in the influence industry

By David Miller | It comes as no surprise that the European Commission is relaxed about Peter Mandelson’s meetings with the aluminium magnate, Oleg Deripaska, at a time when the trade commissioner was party to discussions that would affect the business ...

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Capitalism is bankrupt

Their system creates recession, hunger and climate chaos, but they want you to pay Until A few weeks ago, supporters of free market capitalism were confident enough to proclaim that their system was the only way that the world could ...

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No “Bailout” for the World’s Poorest

By Thalif Deen | As a spreading financial crisis threatens to deepen the economic recession in the United States, the news of an unprecedented 700-billion-dollar bailout package reverberated through the corridors of the United Nations last week as over 100 ...

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Banks race to profit from US bailout

By Barry Grey | The announcement of a virtually open-ended government bailout of Wall Street has set off a frenzied competition among the biggest banks and financial firms to grab the lion’s share of the super profits to be reaped ...

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Capitalism breeds wars and recession

Banks go bust, Markets in chaos – Put people before profit The collapse of Lehman Brothers, the fourth biggest investment bank in the US, has left the world reeling. Millions of people are worrying for their jobs, homes, savings and ...

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Corporate Whistleblowers Are Left Dangling

By JENNIFER LEVITZ | The Department of Labor, charged with enforcing the federal law protecting corporate whistleblowers at publicly traded companies, has been dismissing complaints on the technicality that workers at corporate subsidiaries aren’t covered. The government has ruled in ...

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BP shuts down Georgia pipelines

Energy giant BP says it has shut two of three pipelines that run through Georgia as a precautionary measure. A spokeswoman for the firm said the oil and gas pipelines, which run from the Caspian Sea into Georgia, had not ...

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Inspector questions Blackwater contracts

By Joseph Neff | A high-stakes dispute that flared Monday between Blackwater and the federal government boils down to a definition: Are the hundreds of Blackwater guards protecting diplomats in Iraq and Afghanistan employees or contractors? By labeling them contractors, ...

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U.S. House passes CIA contractor ban over veto vow

U.S. lawmakers defied a White House veto threat on Wednesday and voted to bar CIA contractors from interrogating suspected terrorists, in the latest clash over detainee treatment in the U.S.-declared war on terrorism. The Democratic-controlled House of Representatives approved the ...

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New Global Energy Order Emerging

IPS | By bringing together the world’s major oil producers and consumers in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia marked a turning point in the negotiations for a new global energy order that is emerging under the weight of soaring oil prices, which ...

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Big Oil’s Big Lie

By George Monbiot | Of course, it’s not a crime, and it’s hard to see how, in a free society, it could or should become one. But the culpability of the energy firms the climate scientist James Hansen will indict ...

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A New Kind Of Corporate Slavery

Corporations are getting rich using federal prisoners as captive labor pools. By Betty Brink | Unless she’s dying or recovering from surgery, a patient at the Federal Medical Center-Carswell must work. The hospital out on the banks of Lake Worth ...

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An alternative to oil?

By Lee Waters | Oil prices could reach $200 a barrel by the end of the year, and the cost of filling up is rising nearly as fast. Lee Waters, of sustainable transport charity Sustrans, explains why it’s time to ...

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Potential Future Hyperinflation

By Stephen Lendman – RINF | Walter “John” Williams thinks out of the box. He makes disquieting reading, but you won’t find him in the mainstream. At least not often. He runs a “Shadow Government Statistics” site with an electronic ...

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Profiting from Iraq’s occupation

By Harry Cohen | The British in Basra are unpopular and mostly ineffective. The last survey of Basra residents by BBC Newsnight indicated that 86 per cent believe British troops have had a negative effect on the Iraqi province since ...

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Oil: A global crisis

The Iraq War means oil costs three times more than it should, says a leading expert. How are our lives going to change as we struggle to cope with the $200 barrel? Geoffrey Lean reports. The invasion of Iraq by ...

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Billions of Dollars Unaccounted For in Iraq

MotherJones | Want to see a signature worth $320 million? Click here. It belongs to Jack Gardner, an official with the now-defunct Coalition Provisional Authority, who in July 2003 authorized that amount to be transferred to the Iraqi Ministry of Finance ...

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The Culture of Capitalism

By Jonathan Rutherford | We are living through an age of transition. The new co-exists with the old. We can identify political, economic and cultural elements of this change, but we do not yet have a way of describing the ...

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