Daily Archives: April 10, 2012

Inequality survives where tolerated

I like to watch the final rounds of the Masters as much as the next person. This weekend was no exception. But I think the time has come for responsible people and companies to stand together against sexism. Founded in … Continue reading

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US employment recovery?

This picture captures the employment ratio bounce back since the last recession. The employment-population ratio measures the percentage of working age Americans that have jobs. After falling dramatically during 2008-2009, it has not bounced back and has been hovering between … Continue reading

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60 Minutes: Europe’s debt crisis

Ten European countries are in recession and three have needed bailouts to avoid default. How could this impact the U.S. economy? Steve Kroft reports.Here is the direct link.

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