Submitted by the TREND letter on Mon, 04/14/2014 - 09:03
This past weekend we saw more protests, this time in Paris and Rome, as the citizens continue to display their anger at corrupt governments, Many are questioning why there is so much civil unrest in the world today. In the West we tend to believe that it is only third world countries with dictators who would see such revolutions, but today it is all governments that need to fear their citizens.
Submitted by the TREND letter on Mon, 04/14/2014 - 08:21
(From Reuters)....Europe's largest banks cut their staff by another 3.5 percent last year and the prospect of a return to pre-crisis employment levels seems far off, despite the region's fledgling economic recovery.
Spurred into action by falling revenue, mounting losses and the need to convince regulators they are no longer "too big to fail", banks across the globe have shrunk radically since the 2008 collapse of U.S. bank Lehman Brothers sparked the financial crisis.
Submitted by the TREND letter on Fri, 04/04/2014 - 19:48
We have to wonder what damage the US government's insatiable thirst to spy on every person, corporation, and government on this planet will have on US technical companies. After the revelations from Edward Snowden about the NSA's spying, it is quite clear that virtually all US corporations are simply following the orders of the NSA and other USagencies, with absolutely no concern for individual privacy.