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How govt and business behaved out of character in 2012

Dec 26, 2012

How govt and business behaved out of character in 2012

2012 has been a watershed year for Indian business and the economy. It will be seen as a turning point from where we had nowhere to go but up. #RearView 2012 #Business in 2012

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How govt and business behaved out of character in 2012

Sep 17, 2014

Democratic Springfield City Councilor Tim Rooke endorses Republican Charlie Baker, citing stances on education, business regulation and local aid

Rooke has crossed party lines before to support Scott Brown and Baker. He said Baker has "bold ideas" and "creative solutions." BOSTON - Longtime Democratic Springfield city councilor Tim Rooke said Wednesday that he will support Republican gubernato... #Massachusetts #Boston, MA #John Kerry #Edward M. Kennedy #William Weld #Deval Patrick #Paul Cellucci #Scott Brown #Richard Neal #Elizabeth Warren #U.S. Senate #U.S. Democratic Party #U.S. Republican Party #Martha Coakley #Springfield, MA
How govt and business behaved out of character in 2012

Sep 17, 2014

The Only Problem With America's Growing Single Population Is Where They're Living

Being single isn’t a big economic drag, as long as you don’t live with your parents. For the first time since the government started keeping this count in 1976, a majority of adult Americans (50.2 percent) are single, according to the Bureau of Labor... #Bank of America #Bureau of Labor Statistics #Census Bureau #Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
How govt and business behaved out of character in 2012

Sep 18, 2014

How one ambitious Irish start-up became a Mainstay of venture investment

The Dublin-based Mainstay Medical offers a rare insight into how a startup with a great idea goes about bringing a life-changing product to the market, reports Ian Campbell. A cure for lower back pain might sound like a tantalising start-up pitch, bu... #Europe #North America #Minnesota #Australia #Food and Drug Administration #Ian Campbell (politician) #Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN