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[SB Research+] Sharing is the New Buying: How to Win in the Collaborative Economy

[SB Research+] Sharing is the New Buying: How to Win in the Collaborative Economy | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
Based on responses from more than 90,000 internet users, this report maps the size and characteristics of the collaborative economy, and concludes that sharing has become a competitive threat to large corporations. The report includes a demographic breakdown of the market's main segments, as well as a forecast of future behavior and recommendations for corporations.
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The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) were a pledge to uphold the principles of human dignity, equality and equity, and free the world from extreme poverty. The eight MDGs, with a set of measurable time-bound targets, established a blueprint for tackling the most pressing development challenges of our time. This report examines the latest progress towards achieving the MDGs, and reaffirms the profound difference the goals have made in people's lives

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Be a Part of The State of The Union

Be a Part of The State of The Union | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
Be a Part of The State of The Union White House Chief of Staff, Denis McDonough, previews all the ways you can get involved with the 2014 State of the Unión http://go.wh.gov/NMaHLr #SOTU Ciudadanos y entidades aconsejan a Obama para discurso sobre Estado de Unión Washington, 25 ene (EFE).- Ciudadanos anónimos y organizaciones de muy diverso tipo llevan días aconsejando en las redes sociales al presidente de EE.UU., Barack Obama, sobre los temas que, a su juicio, debería abordar este martes en su discurso anual ante el Congreso sobre el Estado de la Unión. Bajo la etiqueta #SOTU (siglas en inglés sobre el Estado de la Unión) se multiplican en Twitter los mensajes e ideas de estadounidenses que quieren aportar su granito de arena al esperado discurso de Obama, en el que se prevé que exponga las prioridades de su agenda para 2014. Lea más en http://douglaslezameta.tumblr.com/post/74813565987/be-a-part-of-the-state-of-the-union-white-house-chief
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Be a Part of The State of The Union White House Chief of Staff, Denis McDonough, previews all the ways you can get involved with the 2014 State of the Unión http://go.wh.gov/NMaHLr #SOTU Ciudadanos y entidades aconsejan a Obama para discurso sobre Estado de Unión Washington, 25 ene (EFE).- Ciudadanos anónimos y organizaciones de muy diverso tipo llevan días aconsejando en las redes sociales al presidente de EE.UU., Barack Obama, sobre los temas que, a su juicio, debería abordar este martes en su discurso anual ante el Congreso sobre el Estado de la Unión. Bajo la etiqueta #SOTU (siglas en inglés sobre el Estado de la Unión) se multiplican en Twitter los mensajes e ideas de estadounidenses que quieren aportar su granito de arena al esperado discurso de Obama, en el que se prevé que exponga las prioridades de su agenda para 2014. Lea más en http://douglaslezameta.tumblr.com/post/74813565987/be-a-part-of-the-state-of-the-union-white-house-chief
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Mikko Hypponen: How the NSA betrayed the world's trust -- time to act Uploaded by TED

Mikko Hypponen: How the NSA betrayed the world's trust -- time to act Uploaded by TED | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it

As computer access expands, Mikko Hypponen asks: What's the next killer virus, and will the world be able to cope with it? And also: How can we protect digital privacy in the age of government surveillance?

http://youtu.be/9CqVYUOjHLw

 

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Recent events have highlighted, underlined and bolded the fact that the United States is performing blanket surveillance on any foreigner whose data passes through an American entity -- whether they are suspected of wrongdoing or not. This means that, essentially, every international user of the internet is being watched, says Mikko Hypponen. An important rant, wrapped with a plea: to find alternative solutions to using American companies for the world's information needs.

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Yellen likely to join other women in key economic roles - Tucson Citizen

Yellen likely to join other women in key economic roles - Tucson Citizen | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
Chinadaily USA Yellen likely to join other women in key economic roles Tucson Citizen And with Wednesday's nomination of Janet Yellen as Federal Reserve chief, the slot for the world's most powerful economic policymaker — and one of the most...
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CONFERENCIA: COMO HACER CRECER TU NEGOCIO Y ACTUALIDAD ECONOMICA DE USA

CONFERENCIA:  COMO HACER CRECER TU NEGOCIO Y ACTUALIDAD ECONOMICA DE USA | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
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Hispanic Services & Solutions

Presenta

Programas de Educación para Empresarios

Conferencias Gratuitas (En español) Para

WOMEN INITIATIVE CONCORD

 

Esta conferencia esta diseñada para proveer  información que les servirá para crecer con éxito su negocio, retener una gran base de clientes satisfechos.Obtener      el conocimiento acerca  de la Actual  Situación Económica de la Nación y cuáles serían las alternativas para los      negocios  negocios Hispanos

                                         

                                          17 de Julio 2013

                                             PROGRAMA

                               Como hacer Crecer tu Negocio

 

Conozca las fases para el Crecimiento de tu negocio

       Control Interno

       Proporciona Calidad

       Oportunidad del Mercado (Las Tendencias)·        

       Consejos Prácticos ·        

       Casos Prácticos ·        

       Preguntas y respuestas·  

        

    Actualidad Económica USA y Alternativas de Negocios para los latinos

 

Introducción

Diagnóstico: el entorno económico en Estados Unidos

El ciclo económico y cómo llegamos a dónde estamos?

Conclusions

Preparándose para enfrentar Posibles cambios del Mercado

       Nuevos Mercados

       Nuevas Tendencia

       Nueva Tecnología

       Nuevos Retos

Oportunidades Para los negocios Latinos

 

DATOS

Entrada Libre

FECHA

Miércoles 17 DE JULIO

6.00PM A 9.00PM

DONDE

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Concord CA  94520

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40 'Frightening' Facts On The Fall Of The US Economy | Zero Hedge

40 'Frightening' Facts On The Fall Of The US Economy | Zero Hedge | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
#8 The United States has fallen in the global economic competitiveness rankings compiled by the World Economic Forum for four years in a row. .... http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/05/27/us-syria-crisis-usa-mccain-idU.
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Genetically Engineered Food Needs to Be Labeled! Tell Congress to Pass the Right-to-Know Act

Genetically Engineered Food Needs to Be Labeled! Tell Congress to Pass the Right-to-Know Act | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
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Eos, Vol. 94, No. 18, 30 April 2013 Sustainability and Planetary Thresholds Are Focus of New Worldwatch Report

Sustainability versus “sustainababble” was one of the key themes in State of the World 2013: Is Sustainability Still Possible?, published by the nonprofit Worldwatch Institute in Washington, D. C. The report, released 19 April, also discussed passing or approaching planetary “boundaries” for some critical biophysical processes in the Earth’s system and how to prepare for a much different world due to climate change and other environmental concerns. “For years, we have been watching, initially with amusement and then concern and, eventually, dismay at the abuse of the word ‘sustainable,’” Worldwatch president Robert Engelman said at a briefing. The term “sus- tainability” should mean that “whatever you are doing will not undermine the capacity of future generations to have just as good a life as you do,” he said. However, he added that the term has been misused to promote prod- ucts such as cars and seafood, businesses, and even cities. “This is not just a frivolous tactic for greenwashing. It is not just a distrac- tion. It’s really a dangerous phenomenon that saps the sense of urgency we need to address what is basically an existential crisis for civili- zation,” he said.
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3 new planets could host life

3 new planets could host life | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
In the midst of chaos here on Earth, scientists are finding hope for life on other planets.
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How Far? We need To know. Because this planet Will soon be uninhabitable, Our water is no clean, the air is not pure, all the technology is destroyed are Planet. The people ( government , Industries etc) are not worrying for the future
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5th Annual Sustainable Development Congress held in Sharjah | Alleem Knowledge Center

5th Annual Sustainable Development Congress held in Sharjah | Alleem Knowledge Center | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
Middle East business and financial news, directory and current events. AME Info provides constant business and news updates.
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New 2013 Industry Report Demonstrates Crowdfunding is Here and Growing

New 2013 Industry Report Demonstrates Crowdfunding is Here and Growing | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
CommunityLeader says report confirms it is time for Business Professionals and Organizations to launch their Crowdfunding Portals
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The Report provides you with statistically valid numbers, charts, graphs and maps including these gems:

"The global crowdfunding market grew 81% in 2012 to a total funding volume of $2.7 billion. Compared with 64% growth in 2011, crowdfunding is accelerating." (page 23)  North American platforms raised in excess of $1.6 billion, which is a 105% increase compared to 2011. In 2011, the North American crowdfunding market grew at the lesser rate of 86%. (page 24)  "North American Crowdfunding is expected to reaffirm its solid lead in terms of aggregate funding volume in 2013. Close to $3.7 billion will be crowdfunded in North America." (page 28)  "The median size of equity-based campaigns were significantly higher at $190,000, over twice the median size of equity-based campaigns in 2011." (page 31)  "Equity-based crowdfunding has an average funding probability (45%), but a high pledge vs. payout ratio (93%). This indicates that equity-based crowdfunding is an efficient way to invest in terms of investment preferences." (page 39)
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The US economy - The Salt Lake Tribune

The US economy - The Salt Lake Tribune | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
From household wealth to spending at stores, many of the U.S. economy's vital signs have recovered from the damage done by the Great Recession. Home foreclosures and layoffs have dropped to pre-recession levels.
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Economic crisis prompts Italians take refuge in fascism — RT News

Economic crisis prompts Italians take refuge in fascism — RT News | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
Italy's hard-right CasaPound movement is keen to change the bad name of fascism.
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The Economic Impact of Motor Vehicle Crashes 2000

The Economic Impact of Motor Vehicle Crashes 2000 | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
In the year 2000, the total economic cost of motor vehicle crashes in the United States was $230.6 billion. This represents the present value of lifetime economic costs for 41,821 fatalities, 5.3 million non-fatal injuries, and 28 million damaged vehicles. These figures include both police-reported and unreported crashes. All costs in this report are expressed in year 2000 economics using a 4 percent discount rate. Nonfatal injury costs are stratified by severity level based on the Abbreviated Injury Scale. The cost components include productivity losses, property damage, medical costs, rehabilitation costs, travel delay, legal and court costs, emergency services (such as medical, police, and fire services), insurance administration costs, and the costs to employers. Values for more intangible consequences such as physical pain or lost quality of life are not included in this estimate, but are discussed separately in Appendix A of this report.
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Economic Impact of Crashes ■ The cost of motor vehicle crashes that occurred in 2000 totaled $230.6 billion. This is equal to approximately $820 for every person living in the United States and 2.3 percent of the U.S. Gross Domestic Product. ■ The lifetime economic cost to society for each fatality is over $977,000. Over 80 percent of this amount is attributable to lost workplace and household productivity. ■ Each critically injured survivor cost an average of $1.1 million. Medical costs and lost productivity accounted for 84 percent of the cost for this most serious level of non-fatal injury. ■ Lost workplace productivity costs totaled $61 billion, which equaled 26 percent of the total costs. Lost household productivity totaled $20.2 billion, representing 9 percent of the total costs. ■ Total property damage costs for all crash types (fatal, injury, and property damage only) totaled $59 billion and accounted for 26 percent of all costs. ■ Property damage only crashes (in which vehicles were damaged but nobody was injured) were the most costly type of crash, due to their very high rate of occurrence. Their costs totaled $59.8 billion and accounted for 26 percent of total motor vehicle crash costs. ■ Present and future medical costs due to injuries occurring in 2000 were $32.6 billion, representing 14 percent of the total costs. Medical costs accounted for 26 percent of costs from non-fatal injuries. ■ Travel delay cost $25.6 billion or 11 percent of total crash costs. Approximately 9 percent of all motor vehicle crash costs are paid from public revenues. Federal revenues accounted for 6 percent and states and localities paid for approximately 3 percent. Private insurers pay approximately 50 percent of all costs. Individual crash victims pay approximately 26 percent while third parties such as uninvolved motorists delayed in traffic, charities, and health care providers pay about 14 percent. Overall, those not directly involved in crashes pay for nearly three- quarters of all crash costs, primarily through insurance premiums, taxes and travel delay. In 2000 these costs, borne by society rather than by crash victims, totaled over $170 billion. Incidence of Crashes ■ 5.3 million persons were injured in 16.4 million motor vehicle crashes in 2000, including 41,821 fatalities. Twenty-one percent of these injuries occurred in crashes that were not reported to police. ■ 27.6 million vehicles were damaged in motor vehicle crashes in 2000; 23.6 million or 86 percent of these vehicles were damaged in incidents that incurred property damage only. The remaining 14 percent involved injuries to occupants of the vehicle, or to non-occupants such as pedestrians or bicyclists . ■ Approximately half of property damage only crashes and a fifth of all injury crashes are not reported to the police Alcohol Involvement in Crashes ■ Alcohol-involved crashes resulted in 16,792 fatalities, 513,000 nonfatal injuries, and $50.9 billion in economic costs in 2000, accounting for 22 percent of all crash costs. ■ Costs for crashes involving a driver or non-occupant with a blood alcohol content of .10 percent or greater (the legal definition in most states), accounted for 75 percent of the total of all alcohol-involved crash costs. ■ The impact of alcohol involvement increases with injury severity. Alcohol-involved crashes accounted for 10 percent of property damage only (PDO) crash costs, 21 percent of nonfatal injury crash costs; and 46 percent of fatal injury crash costs. ■ Although drinking drivers may experience impaired judgment, perceptions and reaction times, not all crashes in which alcohol was present were caused by alcohol. Crashes in which alcohol was the cause resulted in 13,570 fatalities, over 360,000 nonfatal injuries, and nearly $40 billion in economic costs. This is approximately 80 percent of the alcohol-related fatalities and 78 percent of costs. It represents 32 percent of all fatalities and 17 percent of all costs from motor vehicle crashes. Impact of Speed-related Crashes ■ Crashes in which at least one driver was exceeding the legal speed limit or driving too fast for conditions cost $40.4 billion in 2000. ■ Speed-related crashes are associated with 12,350 fatalities, 690,000 nonfatal injuries and damage to 2.3 million vehicles in property damage only crashes. This represents 30 percent of all fatalities; 13 percent of all nonfatal injuries, and 10 percent of all property damage only crashes. ■ Speed-related crashes cost an average of $144 for every person in the United States. Safety Belt Use ■ In the year 2000, safety belts prevented 11,900 fatalities and 325,000 serious injuries, saving $50 billion in medical care, lost productivity, and other injury related costs. ■ Safety belt non-use represents an enormous lost opportunity for injury prevention. In the year 2000 alone, over 9,200 persons were killed and 143,000 were injured unnecessarily because they failed to wear their safety belts, costing society $26 billion. ■ Over the last 26 years, safety belts have prevented 135,000 fatalities and 3.8 million injuries. This saved society $585 billion in medical care, lost productivity, and other injury related economic costs. During the same time period, nearly 315,000 additional fatalities and 5.2 million serious injuries could have been prevented by safety belts if all occupants had used them. This represents an economic loss of $913 billion in unnecessary expenses and lost productivity.
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Carta enviada por los republicanos al Presidente Obama rechazando para la conciliación de la reforma Migratoria

Carta enviada por los republicanos al Presidente Obama rechazando para la conciliación de la reforma Migratoria | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
[[MORE]] URGENTE Radio Fusión Latina 10 de enero de 2014 EL día de hoy en el Show Hispanos por la Mañana, trasmitida por Radio Fusión Latina, se dio lectura a la carta que fue enviada por 16...
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“Hay beneficios económicos significativos para la economía de EE.UU. y para todos los estadounidenses cuando los inmigrantes no autorizados adquieran estatus legal provisional. Según un informe del Centro para el Progreso Americano, " Efectos económicos de otorgar status legal y la ciudadanía a los inmigrantes indocumentados, ” mostró que la legalización y ciudadanía traería grandes beneficios económicos a la nación en su conjunto. Las economías de cada estado también pueden beneficiarse de grandes ventajas si los inmigrantes se ponen en un camino hacia la legalización y la ciudadanía. “
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IMF says US, emerging economies pose greater risk to global ...

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The economic crisis in Europe has largely been overcome, says the IMF. In a reversal of ... epa02926928 International Monetary Fund's Economic Counsellor Olivier Blanchard presents the World Economic Outlook at the IMF ...
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Our Coming Food Crisis

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Farmers must adapt to the new reality of scorching summers.

This summer the tiny town of Furnace Creek, Calif., may once again grace the nation’s front pages. Situated in Death Valley, it last made news in 1913, when it set the record for the world’s hottest recorded temperature, at 134 degrees. With the heat wave currently blanketing the Western states, and given that the mercury there has already reached 130 degrees, the news media is awash in speculation that Furnace Creek could soon break its own mark… The problem isn’t spiking temperatures, but a new reality in which long stretches of triple-digit days are common — threatening not only the lives of the millions of people who live there, but also a cornerstone of the American food supply.

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Cuba invites India to explore its resource rich areas - Economic Times

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Economic Times Cuba invites India to explore its resource rich areas Economic Times On ties with the United States, which according to Parrilla are a major setback to its economic growth, he said that "the relations are stuck in the Cold War era...
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Economic reality finally cracks market fervor | Economy | News ...

Economic reality finally cracks market fervor | Economy | News ... | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
As evidence mounts that a mid-year slowdown taking place in the world economy, the next few days will offer a clearer glimpse of how that will impinge on policymaking and buoyant financial markets. ...
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Interplanetary Space Weather: A New Paradigm

Interplanetary Space Weather: A New Paradigm | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
In September 1859, Earth was hit by a solar storm so powerful that it set telegraph offices on fire and sparked northern lights in the South Pacific. Historians call it the “Carrington Event,” after English astronomer Richard Carrington, who witnessed the instigating solar flare on a projecting screen with his unaided eyes. Many consider this to be the birth of space weather.
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Years of Living Dangerously: Seeking Solutions to the Climate Crisis

Years of Living Dangerously: Seeking Solutions to the Climate Crisis | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it

Don't miss this interactive that did feature voices and clips from the soon to be relegases documentary series Years of Living Dangerously. This first-of-its-kind series is a collaboration between some of Hollywood’s biggest actors and producers, along with the country’s leading news journalists, who will report on first-person accounts of those affected by, and seeking solutions to the climate crisis. Speakers Heidi Cullen, Chief Climatologist, Climate Central David Gelber, Managing Director, Roaring Fork Films, Executive Producer, The Years Project Anne Kelly, Co-Director, Policy Program, Ceres (moderator) Carl Pope, Chairman, Sierra Club

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Record heat. Extreme storms. Devastating droughts. Whether it’s a family in Staten Island or cattle farmers in the American West, climate change is affecting individuals, businesses and investors at an increasingly devastating pace.

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The Global Economy In 2013: 5 Key Economic Trends - Seeking Alpha

The Global Economy In 2013: 5 Key Economic Trends - Seeking Alpha | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
The Global Economy In 2013: 5 Key Economic Trends Seeking Alpha ... the world economy. Seismic changes are taking place across the globe, transforming major economies as they try to recover from the Global Economic Crisis of 2008.
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Agenda 21 views differ: Is it a plan for sustainable development or world domination?

Agenda 21 views differ: Is it a plan for sustainable development or world domination? | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
Depending on whom you ask, Agenda 21 is either a harmless, nonbinding, 20-year-old United Nations agreement or an action plan for world domination. 'It's a plan to ...
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"What is Your Plan B in this Economic Crisis?"

"What is Your Plan B in this Economic Crisis?" | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
500,000 Jobs Lost in November of 2008. What's Your Plan B? There is no security in a job at all, especially nowadays! You don't have to be a victim. 1.7 Mill...
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Global economy 'better but risks persist' - BDlive

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NEWS.com.au Global economy 'better but risks persist' BDlive "Growth continues to strengthen and broaden among the emerging and developing economies," and momentum was starting to pick up in the US, she said on Sunday in remarks at the Boao Forum...
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