Germany’s Cuts vs. America’s Stimulus – Economic Scene


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Germany’s Cuts vs. America’s Stimulus – Economic Scene

Germany’s austerity has failed, yet many American lawmakers insist that cuts are the path to prosperity. (1 day ago)

BIO-key International Finger ID Solutions on Display at HIMSS11

WALL, N.J. — BIO-key International, Inc. , a global leader in finger-based biometric identification solutions, today announced that its biometric software will be represented by the Company’s channel partners and integrators at the HIMSS11 at the Oran…

Texas budget proposals: What’s on the chopping block

Selected highlights of some of the proposed budget cuts from the first draft of the state House budget that could have a significant impact on North Texas. (23 hours ago)

Little lies could mean big trouble

Could the latest iPhone or a new pair of platform heels signal marital trouble? It could, if you hide the purchase from your spouse. (13 mins ago)

Longer-tenor bonds for infrastructure

Investors have started showing confidence in the soundness and stability of fixed-income instruments, particularly sovereign liabilities as well as private and corporate bonds. (1 day ago)

QNB offers reduced interest on personal & vehicle loans

5.55% interest rate for a limited time only Doha, February 19, 2011 – QNB announced today the start of a reduced 5.55% interest rate applicable to new personal and vehicle loans, with no management fees on the loans. (1 hour ago)

Assemblyman Paul Cook to Host San Jacinto Senior Scam Stopper Event with Senator Bill Emmerson

Assemblyman Paul Cook announced that he will co-host a free Senior Scam Stopper event in coordination with Senator Bill Emmerson at the City of San Jacinto Community Center, 665 S. Pico Avenue in San Jacinto, on Friday, Feb. 4 between 1 and 3 p.m. Cook…

Home Foreclosures And Tax Returns

Foreclosure and taxes are two unpleasant topics. Together, they’re even worse. Yet as Americans tu (20 hours ago)

DCCC offers help for seeking financial aid for college

More than 100 locations across North Carolina will have college financial aid officers and specialists available Saturday to offer help with applying for financial assistance for students attending college in the 2011-12 school year. (4 days ago)

Consumer Prices in U.S. Probably Climbed for Seventh Month on Energy, Food

The cost of living in the U.S. probably climbed in January for a seventh month, led by higher prices for fuel and food that have yet to filter through to other goods and services, economists said before a report today. (8 hours ago)