Economy

Choosing the Right Offshore Call Center

Written by on December 8, 2012 in Economy with 1 Comment
Choosing the Right Offshore Call Center

Offshore outsourcing is undoubtedly the most cost-effective way of availing 24/7 support to your customers especially in this highly competitive marketplace. There are a number of factors that should be put to heart when choosing an offshore call center company. Here is a look into these factors.

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Marianne Williamson: The Law Of Divine Compensation – Making Love the Bottom Line

Posted by on December 7, 2012 in Conscious Business, Relationships & Sex with 1 Comment
Marianne Williamson: The Law Of Divine Compensation – Making Love the Bottom Line

Making love your bottom line in any endeavor doesn’t make you “lose”; it’s ultimately the way you inevitably gain. For what you give, you shall receive; and what you withhold will be withheld from you.

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Reality Check: The Money In Your Pocket Is Worth Less Than the Cost To Produce It [video]

Posted by on December 3, 2012 in Economy with 1 Comment
Reality Check: The Money In Your Pocket Is Worth Less Than the Cost To Produce It [video]

Did you know that the cost to produce some of the money in your pocket actually costs more than the value of the money itself? Ben Swann investigates and reveals the following and more: the cost to produce a penny is 2-4 cents,…

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Study: American Households Hit 43-Year Low In Net Worth

Posted by on December 2, 2012 in Economy with 0 Comments
Study: American Households Hit 43-Year Low In Net Worth

The median net worth of American households has dropped to a 43-year low as the lower and middle classes appear poorer and less stable than they have been since 1969.

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“Job vs. Calling” by Marianne Williamson

Posted by on December 1, 2012 in Conscious Business, Conscious Living with 1 Comment
“Job vs. Calling” by Marianne Williamson

Approaching your work as a job versus approaching it as a calling makes all the difference in whether or not you dwell in the miraculous universe. You have a calling because you are on this earth with a divine purpose: to rise to the level of your highest creative possibility…

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CEO Council Demands Cuts To Poor, Elderly While Reaping Billions In Government Contracts, Tax Breaks

Posted by on November 27, 2012 in Corruption, Economy with 0 Comments
CEO Council Demands Cuts To Poor, Elderly While Reaping Billions In Government Contracts, Tax Breaks

The companies represented by executives working with the Campaign To Fix The Debt have received trillions in federal war contracts, subsidies and bailouts, as well as specialized tax breaks and loopholes that virtually eliminate the companies’ tax bills.

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Black Friday: Greed for the 99%’ers

Posted by on November 27, 2012 in Corruption, Economy with 0 Comments
Black Friday: Greed for the 99%’ers

Rather suddenly, I thought about how/if I could afford such an item, how it would be nice in my room. I was infected. Snapping out of it, I reminded myself that I have a perfectly good TV in my room that goes perfectly unwatched most everyday. The idea of having something new and shiny, though, can be a strong idea, and with all the others doing it, I suppose a mob mentality kicked in, too. Yet TVs are always there in department stores. So why the increased urge to buy one on this night? The obvious answer is price, but I don’t think that solves it. I can get a TV on eBay that’s probably nicer and cheaper than the ones here this night. My theory is that the reduced price and the limited number in stock has people in a mentality of scarcity. We become worried about missing out, of not getting something while the gettin’s good. It’s the deep fear we all have of not having enough, and the result is the defect: greed. It’s triggered when there’s a good price on something. It’s really triggered when it’s free…

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If We Want to Make Poverty History We’ve Got to Tackle Corruption First

Posted by on November 27, 2012 in Bankers & Wall St., Economy with 0 Comments
If We Want to Make Poverty History We’ve Got to Tackle Corruption First

What does corruption look like? The short answer is: not what you think it does. Imagine a politician being bribed. You might envisage a suitcase stuffed with used dollar bills being handed over in a dark alleyway. But nowadays, corruption can work differently. It may involve a complex web of shell companies and trusts, set up by an army of lawyers, accountants and company service providers and fronted by so-called nominee directors and shareholders. This lack of transparency means that such entities can be used to hide the identities of the corrupt, and so bribes can arrive direct into companies’ bank accounts. This week’s revelations in the Guardian and on the BBC’s Panoramahave finally shed some light on this shady world.

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Treasury Secretary Geithner: Lift Debt Limit to Infinity

Posted by on November 25, 2012 in Economy with 0 Comments
Treasury Secretary Geithner: Lift Debt Limit to Infinity

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said Friday that Congress should stop placing legal limits on the amount of money the government can borrow and effectively lift the debt limit to infinity.

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‘Shadow Banking’ Still Thrives, System Hits $67 Trillion

Posted by on November 22, 2012 in Bankers & Wall St., Economy with 0 Comments
‘Shadow Banking’ Still Thrives, System Hits $67 Trillion

The system of so-called “shadow banking,” blamed by some for aggravating the global financial crisis, grew to a new high of $67 trillion globally last year, a top regulatory group said, calling for tighter control of the sector.

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Montana State Rep. Asks to Be Paid in Gold, Cites Threat of Dollar Collapse By Federal Reserve [video]

Posted by on November 20, 2012 in Economy with 0 Comments
Montana State Rep. Asks to Be Paid in Gold, Cites Threat of Dollar Collapse By Federal Reserve [video]

State Representative Jerry O’Neil, (R-Mont.), talks about why he wants the Montana state legislature to pay him in gold coins. This week, O’Neill issued a letter to the Montana Legislative Services citing Article 1 Section 10 of the U.S. constitution, which notes that no state can “make anything but gold and silver coin a tender in payment of debts.”

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Marianne Williamson: “The Law of Divine Compensation” [book excerpt]

Written by on November 19, 2012 in Conscious Business, Manifestation / LOA with 0 Comments
Marianne Williamson: “The Law of Divine Compensation” [book excerpt]

According to Marianne Williamson, people who achieve success are neither more deserving than others, nor is their success due to luck. Instead, they are examples of the “law of divine compensation.” Here’s an excerpt from her new book titled “The Law of Divine Compensation: On Work, Money, and Miracles,” which is due to be released on November 27, 2012.

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A Message From Us Rich Plutocrats To All You Little People

Posted by on November 12, 2012 in Economy with 2 Comments
A Message From Us Rich Plutocrats To All You Little People

The growing economic distance between people like me and the little people like you hasn’t been this great in a long, long time. You may call that inequality. We call it freedom. But if things are going to continue to go this well, you people need to get with the program. Here, I’d like to have a frank discussion about that.

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Red Dragon Rising: China To Overtake US As Top Economic Superpower [video]

Posted by on November 11, 2012 in Economy with 0 Comments
Red Dragon Rising: China To Overtake US As Top Economic Superpower [video]

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) out of Paris writes in a new report that China will be the world’s leading nation in terms of economy in just four years’ time, with other BRICs nations likely to usurp the current top dogs during the next few decades as well.

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Wall Street, Your Worst Nightmare Just Won The Massachusetts Senate Race

Posted by on November 7, 2012 in Bankers & Wall St., Economy with 0 Comments
Wall Street, Your Worst Nightmare Just Won The Massachusetts Senate Race

Elizabeth Warren has taken Scott Brown’s Senate seat in Massachusetts, news outlets are projecting.

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