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The Supreme Court Still Thinks Corporations Are People
Three weeks ago, in a decision all but lost in the tumult over the Supreme Court's ruling on the Affordable Care Act, the Justices overturned a century-old Montana law that prohibited corporate spending in that state's elections. In the bigger scheme ...
The Ribbit Rollercoaster: A Founder's Story From Concept To $105M Exit
I met entrepreneur Crick Waters last year after hearing just a portion of his story and his road toward Ribbit's $105 million exit during an event in Silicon Valley.
Inside the Quest to Put the World's Libraries Online
Could we do better if we were to have a massive effort toward creating a digital public library that was not driven by a single corporation, but driven by a broad coalition of people?" Palfrey is careful to note that the DPLA is not a replacement for ...
Why New York's Sea Level Is Rising Faster Than the World's
The result of this physical churning might defy human imagination: It creates a huge pile of water, roughly 700 miles wide and 2000 miles long, that stands about 3 feet taller than the waters in coastal areas. "This pile of water roughly coincides with ...
Jingoist jangles
IN THE 1970s Japanese ultra-rightists took two goats on a 2,000km (1,250-mile) trip southwest from Tokyo to a group of uninhabited rocks near Taiwan called the Senkaku Islands.
Apple quietly gets rid of racist iPad game with Japanese invaders attacking ...  Daily Mail (blog)
Rich Kid, Poor Kid: How Mixed Neighborhoods Could Save America's Schools
In 2010, Heather Schwartz, an education policy researcher at the RAND Corporation, published a study looking at a program in Montgomery County, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, D.C.
Tuition Reimbursement: A Benefit for Some Employees and Employers
Several years ago, the company I worked for offered - and most likely still offers - a benefit I find valuable: a free education. Included in the benefits package was reimbursement for certain tuition expenses.
Commodity trading houses cash in on war and debt
“Can you imagine someone at Exxon saying I'm just going to override that rule and send my tanker into pirate waters because it's a good trade?
War and debt: Commodities trading houses cash in  Reuters
Japan and Vietnam Join Forces to Exploit Rare Earth Elements
“Properties of minerals differ between mines, so we aim to establish the optimal methods to produce high-quality rare-earth products,” says Yoshiaki Igarashi, chief representative of the Hanoi office of the Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National ...
Ancient Greek Trireme Olympias to Sail the US Waters
Dellis' campaign was supported by many prominent figures in the US including President Bill Clinton and was finally financially supported by International Advantage Corporation in collaboration with the Hellenic Navy and the Greek Defense Ministry.