19.09.2012 [Business Insider] - PRESENTING: The World's Most Unsuccessful Central Bank. Matthew Boesler | Sep. 19, 2012, 11:50 AM | 1,204 | 1. Email; More. Share on Tumblr · Tweet. Email. Share on Tumblr. Today the Bank of Japan surprised markets by announcing more quantitative
20.09.2012 [Forbes] - Explore two of the world's most pristine and wild landscapes on horseback: the Torres del Paine National Park and the Atacama Desert (highest and driest) in Chile. Stay for five days and four nights in either of the world-class resorts, the explora
13.09.2012 [Business Insider] - To. Email Sent! You have successfully emailed the post. The World's Most Powerful Hedge Fund Manager Tells Investors How They Should Set Up Their Portfolios. Julia La Roche | Sep. 13, 2012, 10:46 AM | 21,967 | 15. Email; More. Share on Tumblr. Tweet
13.09.2012 [GlobalPost] - World's most endangered species: report. International Union for Conservation of Nature published its list of the world's 100 most endangered species. Daniel DeFraiaSeptember 13, 2012 08:08. Subscribe to Daniel DeFraia on Facebook · Add Daniel DeFraia
29.09.2012 [The Seattle Times] - Japan's industry minister said the country must give up nuclear power plants as soon as possible because they pose too much risk in one of the world's most earthquake-prone countries. Yukio Edano said last year's meltdowns after a tsunami hit the
29.09.2012 [Huffington Post] - In two weeks, the eyes of the world's research community will be fixed firmly on Stockholm for the announcement of the Nobel Prizes. In celebration, Thomson Reuters released its annual list of Citation Laureates, esteemed scientists whose contributions
29.09.2012 [Newser] - (Newser) – About 4 in 10 Americans have a college degree, but the US must look north to see the "world's most educated country," according to number crunching from 24/7WallSt and the America Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
28.09.2012 [Washington Post] - For as long as people are known to have mingled with animals, they have contracted rabies. A potentially fatal disease easily transmitted from animals to humans, it has been an object of fear for much of human history. The disease is scrutinized in
17.09.2012 [Foreign Policy (blog)] - Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir stands accused of genocide and crimes against humanity. But on Sunday, he met with Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy in Cairo, where he received a dignified welcome at the presidential palace. A number of human
25.09.2012 [Yahoo! News Blogs (blog)] - The smell is nauseating, the banks are covered in mountains of household waste, and the waters are full of toxic chemicals discharged by hundreds of nearby clothing factories. Welcome to the Citarum river in Indonesia, often described as the most
28.09.2012 [Cool Mom Tech] - Web Coolness: The world's most absurd iPhone case, Words with Celebrity Friends, and voting the web 2.0 way. World's most expensive iPhone 5 case Here are some posts we've liked reading around the web this week. We hope you'll like them too.
26.09.2012 [Russia Beyond The Headlines] - The world's most educated country lacks quality education. September 26, 2012. Svetlana Smetanina. Russia is recognized as the most educated country in the world. But it's high time to start thinking about the quality of education, rather than just the
26.09.2012 [MyDaily UK] - British designer Debbie Wingham created the pricey frock using 50 two-carat black diamonds and showed it during Ukraine Fashion Week. The resulting dress weighs a hefty 13.2kg lbs. There are 25 diamonds on the dress' peplum (tres on-trend), while the
20.09.2012 [Pravda] - Russia resumes cooperation with world's most isolated country. 20.09.2012. Russia resumes cooperation with world's most isolated country. 48038.jpeg. Russia and North Korea signed an agreement to settle the debt of $11 billion. 90 percent of the debt
19.09.2012 [The Atlantic Cities] - This month new cab fares went into effect in New York. Fares will rise an estimated 17 percent under a new cost structure approved by the Taxi and Limousine Commission this summer. For each fifth of a mile, or each minute in traffic, the fare goes up
27.09.2012 [The Chosun Ilbo] - The UN's Broadband Commission says for now English remains the world's most widely spoken language on the web, with 27 percent (565 million people) of the global online population using it as their main language. But the report says Chinese web users