World Economic Forum: Income Inequality Major Risk

Rising income inequality and the polarization of societies pose a risk to the global economy in 2017 and could result in the rolling back of globalization unless urgent action is taken, according to the World Economic Forum.

Before its annual meeting in Davos next week, the WEF said

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$1.7 Million to Catch ONE Drug User

Backwards Land, also known as the United States of America, hosts many states that have implemented arguably counterproductive mandatory drug testing policies that violate personal rights and constitutional liberty.

Additionally, such programs are, arguably, a total waste of money. Those suffering from scrutiny regarding what they choose to

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Amazing, Chinese Factory Coming to U.S.

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Shanghai (AFP) – A Chinese auto glass tycoon has caused a stir by shifting part of his empire to the United States and setting up a factory in Ohio, citing high taxes and soaring labor costs at home.

Cao Dewang’s $600-million investment comes after Donald Trump threatened

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Unreal Levels of Poverty Continue in Venezuela

Venezuelan parents are giving up their children to survive as the South American country’s suffers with a catastrophic economic crisis.

Three local councils and four national welfare groups say there is an increase in parents handing kids over to the state, charities, friends and family.

A baby boy was recently found abandoned inside a bag

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Japan Takes Lead Over China in U.S. Treasury Bills

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China’s holdings of U.S. Treasuries declined to the lowest in more than six years as the world’s second-largest economy uses its currency reserves to support the yuan. Japan overtook China as America’s top foreign creditor, as its holdings edged down at a slower pace.

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A monthly Treasury Department report showed China

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Euro Financial Crisis Predicted for Early 2017

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The collapse of the euro is accelerating, and it looks like we could be staring a major European financial crisis right in the face early in 2017. On Thursday, the EUR/USD fell all the way to $1.0366 at one point before rebounding slightly.

That represents the lowest that the euro has been relative to

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Cuba Getting Google Servers Installed

Google and the Cuban government have signed a deal allowing the internet giant to provide faster access to its data by installing servers on the island that will store much of the company’s most popular content.

Storing Google data in Cuba eliminates the long distances that signals must travel from the island through Venezuela

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Mars One Mission Delayed 5yrs

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The company said it needs more money…Anyone Surprised?

Yes, Space Travel is Costly!!

If you’re dreaming of the day you’ll get to live on Mars, you may have a bit longer to wait.

Mars One announced on Wednesday its project to start a human colony on the Red Planet will be delayed

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Portland Oregon Taxing Overpaid CEO’s

Portland, Ore., city council passed a law Wednesday that will charge businesses a higher tax rate if their chief executive officer gets paid more than 100 times what the average worker at the company does.

Normally, businesses in the city pay a tax of 2.2 per cent of their net income to city hall. But

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No Stopping it: Millions of Jobs Destined to be Wiped out by Machines

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There is a paradigm shift coming and it is about to rewrite everything we know about economics, human labor, and government dependence.

It is simply a matter of time, when they become “Good Enough” and “Cheap Enough” that will be it!

Earlier this week Amazon launched its first Amazon Go

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