Germany: Die Linke’s Gysi slams Bundestag debt policy ahead of Greek bailout vote

By the way, Mr. Schauble. Now I read that 14 of Greece’s profitable local airports are to be sold to German company Fraport, which mostly is the German government’s public property. Thus, we are talking about a privatisation of Greece’s public property for the benefit of Germany’s public property. That’s more than peculiar. The price […]

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Financial Crisis 2012 European Banking System Bailout by the Federal Reserve

one of the things that were talking about when it comes to the dow jones and the world-wide financial crisis is that back in two thousand eight stock market penny dot com understanding that the bloom from the housing market was going to have bust is what it would look like and are thirty-six month […]

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Gabor Steingart sees Euro Crisis Bailouts as the Birth of a New Europe | Google Zeitgeist

Stephanie Flanders: A lot of people looking at Germany in a funny kind of way would say that also the German people are ending up on the other side of this transaction with a similar view, with more European — with more skepticism about Europe, more resentment of the direction that the single currency has […]

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Americans are drowning in medical debt, so this nonprofit is buying — and forgiving — it

JUDY WOODRUFF: And on another health care story, Congress is still trying to work out a compromise on a different pocketbook issue, eliminating surprise medical bills. The problem can drive many people into deep debt. Our economics correspondent, Paul Solman, has a report on that debt and a unique effort to help people in need. […]

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Slack and Salesforce – Are They Getting Weaker? | Before & After | Refinitiv

On today’s episode of Before and After, powered by Refinitiv, we are looking at two companies that are disrupting the status quo and helping to usher in the modern workflow model. They are forefront in the blending of the tech, business and gig economy. Intrinsic value doesn’t always lead to monetary gain though and we […]

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AskProfWolff: PG&E Bankruptcy and Worker Co-ops

This is Richard Wolff with a response to a question sent in from our Patreon community and in particular from Matt Slagle. Good question! Very much worth a response! Matt asks about the tremendous controversy in California over the performance—or better put the malperformance, the bad performance—of a major public utility there: Pacific Gas and […]

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