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Tight Trouble

Daniel Davis | Posted 04.05.2014 | Politics
Daniel Davis

Perhaps those claiming that the U.S. may one day be energy-independent will be proven right. Perhaps as tight oil production begins to wind down, other alternatives will be found in sufficient quantities (and at an affordable price) to make up the difference, and the U.S. economy will continue growing. Perhaps.

Visualizing the Numbers Behind the United States' Hottest Export: Education

VisualNews.com | Posted 11.06.2013 | Education
VisualNews.com

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Catherine New

You Can't Afford To Buy American

HuffingtonPost.com | Catherine New | Posted 09.18.2012 | Money

To be all-American these days is a luxury proposition. A pair of domestic-made 501 Levi's? Those cost a cool 178 bucks. In cowboy terms, that's a boon...

Why Exports are Working for Latino Businesses

Francisco J. Sanchez | Posted 08.12.2012 | Latino Voices
Francisco J. Sanchez

The competition facing a business is no longer just across the street: it's across borders and overseas and exporting is a key to our economic growth. As Under Secretary for International Trade, I believe that Latino businesses are well-positioned to help lead this effort.

Nonprofit Provides Halfway House For Banned Pythons

The Huffington Post | Amanda McCorquodale | Posted 02.04.2012 | Miami

When we read that someone started a retirement home for Burmese Pythons, HuffPost Miami called up the program to see if this invasive species was real...

Libya -- Oil, Water, Gold Are the Real Issues

Gemma Godfrey | Posted 06.15.2011 | Business
Gemma Godfrey

The oil price has skyrocketed over the past few months and the finger often points to Libya and claims of supply disruptions have dominated the press. However, are these claims grounded in fact or are we watching yet another sentiment driven bubble?

Ending Egypt's Bread Subsidies Could Cause Drastic Price Increases

AP | By CHARLES J. HANLEY | Posted 05.28.2011 | Business

CAIRO -- In the gritty gusts of a sandstorm, men in turbans and women in veils stood uncomplaining for hours outside a ramshackle kiosk, lined up for ...

Iran: Let's Get Back To Business!

Georges Ugeux | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Georges Ugeux

Now is the time for the administration to send a clear signaling to Iran that, in a measured and limited way, they no longer object to business dealings in sectors that carry no military or nuclear energy risks.