- Making the most of an extension
- Steering the ship, with the wind at his back
- SPORTS: SEAHAWKS TAME COWBOYS
- Revolution sought on safety in the workplace
- Beating bullying at work
- A LETTER TO OUR NEW TRANSPORT MINISTER
- Without leadership, Occupy foundering
- Payday for telemarketers
- Fight for justice has gone on 25 years
- Counterfeiting yields chip-checkers
- Asia Pacific Report
- Keselowski takes Chase opener
- China bank out of mines and on to land
- Apple hits record as iphone 5 orders run hot
- Rates dilemma for savers
- Singh warns that policy paralysis threatens growth
- Is workplace scheme best pension option?
- Global economy like Ponzi scheme
Posted: 16 Sep 2012 09:51 AM PDT
AIt looks increasingly likely that Greece's international creditors will consent to the extension of its fiscal adjustment program, but there is no clear signal yet as to what form that will take. In this context Greece will have to clarify its strategy on the type of extension it seeks with the prime aim of putting the on a path to economy growth....
Posted: 16 Sep 2012 06:44 PM PDT
Mark Thierer has a sticker for everything: golf balls, fruit, cars, states, letters, numbers. In all, he thinks he has probably 40,000 of them, collected from around the world.
"If you're ever actually looking for them, you'd be amazed where you'd find them. Off-the-beaten-path bars, convenience stores, gas stations — the places you'd least expect," he said....
Posted: 16 Sep 2012 06:04 PM PDT
SEATTLE — Golden Tate circled back around and lined up Sean Lee with a crushing block that sent the burly Dallas linebacker flat to his back with his cleats in the air.
The Seattle Seahawks didn't just beat the Cowboys on Sunday. They physically knocked them around....
Posted: 16 Sep 2012 12:35 PM PDT
Bigger fines and tougher penalties for companies and directors could be one of the ways to improve New Zealand's deplorable workplace injury and death toll.
The just-published Safer Workplaces report by the Independent Taskforce reveals New Zealand's workplace...
Posted: 16 Sep 2012 08:53 PM PDT
If you thought you'd left the schoolyard bully in t he playground, takealook around your office. If the person to the left of you isn't being bullied, pity the person on the right. As it stands now, more t han one-third of Canadian workers admit to being bullied....
Posted: 15 Sep 2012 01:14 PM PDT
It may not be fashionable to admit it, but I think civil servants get a bad press. Look at those brave souls employed by the Department for Transport, for instance, whose ministry oversees some of the knottiest challenges in British politics.
Posted: 16 Sep 2012 03:40 PM PDT
NEW YORK | Occupy Wall Street began to disintegrate in rapid fashion last winter, when the weekly meetings in New York City devolved into a spectacle of fistfights and vicious arguments.
Punches were thrown and objects were hurled at moderators' heads. Protesters accused each other of being patriarchal and racist and domineering...
Posted: 15 Sep 2012 04:32 PM PDT
Carol Patterson was waiting for a call from her doctor. When the phone rang on that afternoon in August 2011 at her home in Cortland, Ohio, it wasn't a physician on the other end. A woman named Robin said she was representing the American Diabetes Association....
Posted: 15 Sep 2012 04:01 AM PDT
JOHN DICKSON is still fighting for justice, a quarter of a century after the Commerce Commission authorised the merger of rural services firms Dalgety and Wrightson under flawed conditions it did not and could not enforce.
With politicians on both sides of...
Posted: 16 Sep 2012 06:22 PM PDT
WICHITA, Kan. — At Integra Technologies, inspectors spend their days studying electronic parts to see if they are counterfeits.
Using high-powered microscopes, they look for signs that an integrated circuit, or chip, has been remarked, reworked or otherwise tampered with....
Posted: 16 Sep 2012 06:04 PM PDT
The Russian government has invested billions in developing the Far East port of Vladivostok as a gateway to Asia and an industrial centre. When Vladivostok was asked to host the summit of the 21- member Asia- Pacific Economic Co- operation forum Russian leader...
Posted: 16 Sep 2012 04:45 PM PDT
JOLIET, Ill. — Brad Keselowski began the season with a bit of goofiness, posting on Twitter during a red-flag stoppage at the Daytona 500.
He's ending the year with a far more serious pursuit — for his first Sprint Cup championship.
Keselowski is off to a fine start after an impressive victory over Jimmie Johnson on Sunday at Chicagoland Speedway...
Posted: 16 Sep 2012 03:24 AM PDT
ONE of the world's largest banks, the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, is scaling back its lending to the Australian resources sector on fears the mining boom is coming to an end.
The head of the ICBC's local operations, Han Ruixiang, revealed the bank was instead keen to increase its exposure to agriculture....
Posted: 16 Sep 2012 05:50 PM PDT
Founded in 2011, PASSPORTAL is an online password management solution for IT providers around the world.
The system provides a secure method to store and maintain client administrative passwords in the cloud with full auditing and reporting capabilities.
Posted: 16 Sep 2012 02:51 AM PDT
New Zealand's most influential and connected directors are made up of a core group of 17 men and women, according to new research on New Zealand's director network.
Kevin McCaffrey, a former partner at PriceWaterhouse Coopers who now runs his own governance...
Posted: 15 Sep 2012 04:01 AM PDT
KIWIS ARE developing a savings habit, but may need to consider the possibility of interest rate cuts next year.
Many investors, wary of sharemarket volatility and unwilling to take on debt to invest in property, have opted for a flight to safety and simple deposit accounts...
Posted: 16 Sep 2012 10:20 AM PDT
AFTER months of dithering on the economy, India's beleaguered government roared back to life in dramatic fashion on Friday, announcing big bang reforms as part of a package of measures aimed at reviving growth and staving off a ratings downgrade.
A day after...
Posted: 16 Sep 2012 01:39 PM PDT
As final- salary pension schemes become increasingly rare, employees have to think more carefully about how to save for a comfortable retirement.
Omarra Bradley, 25, has been contributing into a company pension scheme for two years, but is unsure if this is the best way to put money away for when she retires....
Posted: 16 Sep 2012 03:42 AM PDT
THE Great Credit Contraction continues to exert its deflationary influence on the global economy.
Governments and central bankers see deflation as the enemy that must be defeated at any cost.
The seemingly endless barrage of stimulus efforts from the world's...
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