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Steve Fraser: The Return of the Titans
Think of this as the year that democracy of, by, and for the billionaires shall not perish from the Earth -- not when we're on a new electoral playing field in a political world in which distinctions...
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BUSINESS COMMENT: Spoons boss Martin hits out at ...
BUSINESS COMMENT: Spoons boss Martin hits out at City's disregard for customers HE IS not afraid of being outspoken but Wetherspoon pubs boss Tim Martin always chooses his words carefully Tim Martin...
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Chicken magnate Truett Cathy a picture of piety
When he introduced himself, S. Truett Cathy often played down his job. “I cook chicken for a living,” he would say. And on the surface, that was true. Mr. Cathy, who died on Monday at 93, was by all...
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Dramatic photographs capture the mighty Colorado ...
Dramatic photographs capture the mighty Colorado River kissing the sea for the first time in 50-years off the coast of Mexico after dams were intentionally unleashed Photographer Pete McBride...
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Republican Hutchinson: Democrat Ross wants to cut...
Again with the old vehicles. Now Republican gubernatorial candidate Asa Hutchinson is boasting that both he and his wife have old vehicles, despite all the wealth he piled up as lobbyist and insider...
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Arkansas Business' 25 Wealthiest Arkansans (25th ...
For several years Arkansas Business ran a list, based on several sources, of the wealthiest Arkansans. That practice ended in 2001, a casualty of the combination of two factors: the fall of the stock...
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America's best small town museums
... -- The first significant new museum of American art in nearly half a century debuted in 2011. But to view Crystal Bridges' collection—from a Gilbert Stuart portrait of George Washington to...
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It's workers who make the nation strong
On the grounds of Fort Humboldt overlooking the Bayshore Mall, there is a plaque from the Humboldt Times honoring the workers of Holmes-Eureka Mill and their strike on the morning of June 21,...
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Use These 16 Irrefutable Negotiation Tactics To G...
Successful negotiations now require creative marketing, sales and strategy; not the traditional “pound the table” tactics of the past. However, one thing remains constant in business: you don’t get...
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What Bouncing Back From 3 Lost Super Bowls Taught...
I failed. As a quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings, I failed three times — first against the Miami Dolphins, then against the Pittsburgh Steelers and finally against the Oakland Raiders. Three Super...
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The conservative should focus on diversified inve...
A look at the Forbes lists of very rich people tells us very few reach the absolute top of the wealth ladder purely by investing, although the stock market usually plays a large part in the mega-rich...
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Thibodaux residents oppose Wal-Mart
The council told 35-40 residents in attendance there is nothing it can do to stop or alter construction since the property in question it is outside of Thibodaux. Local land owner Ronald Adams...
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Darrell M. West: When Republican big bucks backfi...
Wal-Mart heiress Alice Walton has raised eyebrows with her recent $25,000 contribution to the Ready for Hillary super politicial action committee. Most of the family has a history of supporting...
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Strictly Business: Visionary Fred Meyer
Gordon Oliver, Columbian's business editor As a teenager, Fred Grubmeyer decided to explore life beyond Brooklyn and headed west. He briefly tried his hand at gold mining in Alaska but realized his...
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Jacksonville artists to have pieces displayed at ...
Jacksonville artists Kedgar Volta and Hiromi Moneyhun will be among 102 artists whose work will be part of the exhibition “State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now” which opens at the Crystal...
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Mary Barker: What crony capitalism really looks l...
A contributor to Forbes recently wrote, “The largest, wealthiest, most powerful organizations in the world [American corporations] are on the public dole. Where is the outrage?” He was referring to...
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