November 30, 2012

By Thomas Wilson
Financial Manager for Prospect

Always begin the week with a healthy dose of political and business highlights.

Understanding the latest Israeli-Palestinian conflict from two sides: Pro-Israel and Pro-Palestine.

A new perspective on Quantitative Easing could redefine the phrase “Too Big to Fail.”

The price of a university education has risen by five times the rate of inflation since 1983. Do the benefits of a college education still outweigh the costs?

Can the All-Stars of Microeconomics produce Macroscopic value?

Re-evaluating the BRICs: Is it time to close out your trading positions in these once robust economies?

The uncertainty of the fiscal cliff is finally making companies and legislators squeamish. Could this be a case study for asymmetric information in a market?

Walmart continues to control the wages of its workers, despite rampant protests.

Is the modern business’ obsession with the bottom-line a drag on the capitalist model?

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