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    Economy Class - February 2013 (Pt. 1)
by Kundan Kishor and Tim Muma - Feb, 2013
We're taking an in-depth look into the issues Americans are facing in this economy, trying to give people greater insight into these uncertain times. Macroeconomist and UW-Milwaukee economics professor, Kundan Kishor, discusses the role of the U.S. monetary policy and the different aspects that concern all of us in one way or another. Kundan also updates Tim Muma on the European crisis and its impact on the U.S., as well as a...
 
  Ask Not What You Can Do for the Government; Ask What the Government Can Do for Your Business
by Teena Rose - Jun, 2006
Women business owners are increasing substantially, and if they go through the proper channels there are several governmental organizations set up to play a support role in helping those companies thrive. But as many things associated with state and federal governments, a slow-moving bureaucracy can bog down by the process. One of the biggest boons for women-owned businesses came in 1999, when Congress passes legislation th...
 
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