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Thursday Sep 24 | via Nuvo.net
In the mid-1980s, Karen Kay Leonard relocated with her husband and three children from Texas to Indiana. It was his job that brought the family to the Hoosier state, but since Karen Kay was a high school English teacher, one would assume that she would be employable just about anywhere. Comment?
Aug 14, 2015 | via USA Today
When she graduated from the University of Michigan Ross School of Business in 2007, Jess Lively already had eight years of entrepreneurship under her belt, having started her own online jewelry business at age 15. Pros, cons of starting a business straight out of college When she graduated from the University of Michigan Ross School of Business in 2007, Jess Lively already had eight years of entrepreneurship under her belt, having started her own online jewelry business at age 15. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1TJmQdH When she graduated from the University of Michigan Ross School of Business in 2007, Jess Lively already had eight years of entrepreneurship under her belt, having started her own online jewelry business at age 15. Rather than launch a corporate career, Lively decided to run her jewelry company full-time. Comment?
Aug 11, 2015 | via Current in Carmel
Aspiring entrepreneurs could do worse than Carmel when deciding where to start a business, according to a recent economic study. NerdWallet, an online economy analysis publication, ranked Carmel 19 out of 99 cities and towns in Indiana to start a business. Comment?
Jul 24, 2015 | via Times-Union
Editor, Times-Union: I have written about an economic system I call Applied Capitalism since 1980. It would make the citizens and government economic partners instead of adversaries. Comment?
Jun 19, 2015 | via Journal Gazette
Existing-home sales in northeast Indiana in May were largely unchanged compared with the same month a year ago, according to the Upstate Alliance of Realtors. Comment?
7 min ago | via Star Phoenix
A Saskatoon landlord was surprised to learn the Indian Act prevents her from garnisheeing on-reserve wages to collect from a former tenant. Last November, Erin Perehudoff and her husband began renting a house in the Evergreen neighbourhood to a First Nations woman. Comment?
24 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
Prior to the late 1970s, few in the general public knew of the existence of the Federal Reserve Board and many professional economists could not have named its chairman. Forty years later, the formerly anonymous organization and its chairman dominate daily economic reporting. Comment?
24 min ago | via The Pordland Mercury
The very first thing we see in 99 Homes is the brain-spattered wall of an Orlando bathroom where a man has committed suicide rather than be evicted from his home. The evictor, a Florida-twanged foreclosure vulture named Rick Carver , stands with his back to the body, yelling into his phone about how the messy crime scene complicates the process of preparing the house for resale. Comment?
33 min ago | via The New Zealand Herald
Morphine Sulphate, with a street value in the thousands of dollars, that was mistakenly couriered to the home of a Wellington man. Photo / NZH New Zealand Post is calling in police after hundreds of people missed out on the mail discovered stashed in the postman's house. Comment?
44 min ago | via Salon
Four kids. A ton of tuition. And $281.92 for a car payment. Teaching in America is barely middle class any more I stare at the calculator: $281.92. Comment?
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