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ECONOMY
Reality of Private Equity Has Only Just Begun to Appear
Sub Category: THE ECONOMY
By Pete Kendall | April 02, 2008 | 01:47 PM
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Road Signs: Staying a Step Ahead of a Big Economic Turn
Sub Category: THE ECONOMY
By Pete Kendall | January 17, 2008 | 03:59 PM
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Earnings Place Economy Where Housing Was in 2006
Sub Category: THE ECONOMY
By Pete Kendall | November 30, 2007 | 03:24 PM
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Media's Contrary Spin Says Bad News Is What It Is
Sub Category: MEDIA
By Pete Kendall | July 18, 2007 | 03:35 PM
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C'mon Big Spender, For Mania's Sake Don't Stop Now
Sub Category: THE ECONOMY
By Pete Kendall | May 09, 2007 | 02:16 PM
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No Time like the Present for Knocking Corporate Success
Sub Category: ADVERTISING
By Pete Kendall | April 03, 2007 | 03:47 PM
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IMF Vote of Confidence: A Distress Signal for Economy
Sub Category: THE ECONOMY
By Pete Kendall | March 21, 2007 | 03:22 PM
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Anything-But-Bearish Factory Fall Is Exactly That
Sub Category: THE ECONOMY
By Pete Kendall | December 04, 2006 | 04:01 PM
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After Flip Out, Consumers Are 'Maxed Out' on Debt
Sub Category: THE ECONOMY
By Pete Kendall | December 04, 2006 | 02:00 PM
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Nobel 2006: When Debt Equals World Peace
Sub Category: THE ECONOMY
By Pete Kendall | October 13, 2006 | 03:01 PM
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Hooray! The Economy is Slowing -- Uh-oh, The Economy is Slowing
Sub Category: THE ECONOMY
By Pete Kendall | August 04, 2006 | 11:37 AM
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Jarring VW Commercial
Sub Category: ADVERTISING
By Pete Kendall | April 21, 2006 | 01:43 PM
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U.S. Overture to London Exchange Stirs Talk of a Merger by European Rivals
Sub Category: MEDIA
By Pete Kendall | March 16, 2006 | 02:02 PM
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Why the Economy Is a Lot STRONGER Than You Think
Sub Category: THE ECONOMY
By Pete Kendall | February 07, 2006 | 04:29 PM
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Little Reason to Cheer [in Detroit]
Sub Category: THE ECONOMY
By Pete Kendall | January 31, 2006 | 03:10 PM
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Consumers are buying less.
Sub Category: THE ECONOMY
By Pete Kendall | November 01, 2005 | 09:36 AM
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Hedge Funds May Be Stung by Losses in October
Sub Category: THE ECONOMY
By Pete Kendall | October 31, 2005 | 03:22 PM
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U.S. Labor Is in Retreat
Sub Category: THE ECONOMY
By Pete Kendall | October 19, 2005 | 11:03 AM
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Rich, Poor See Poverty Very Differently
Sub Category: THE ECONOMY
By Pete Kendall | October 18, 2005 | 03:29 PM
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Inflation's Largest Surge in 25 Years
Sub Category: THE ECONOMY
By Pete Kendall | October 14, 2005 | 02:59 PM
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FRESH COMMENTS
I vote for continuing Socio Times. I also have been greatly missing the articles that poke fun at these events. I for one have greatly enjoyed and benefited from Socionomics as well as EWFF and EWT. Much thanks for your help.
- James
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I have been very pleased and informed by your SocioTimes articles. Living out of the US I miss much of the "news" and I will really miss these timely discussions of the headlines. However I am glad some of them will be noted in the Theorist.
- E PARKER
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The fact that people make deals (obligations) and are willing to walk away from them, and then say they are only hurting "their credit" is a sign of how far we have fallen.
- mark
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