Fascinating excerpts from the March 14, 2014 Open Europe news summary in italics and my comments below each: All mobile phones and some other electronic appliances on the European market will have to come with a standard charger by 2017
In a previous post, I elaborated on Ludwig von Mises’ comments to argue that human slavery could not persist in an otherwise free market. Mises claimed that free labor was more productive than slave labor, and I used this empirical
Reposted from Zerohedge: Nothing says global ‘economic recovery’ like a major retailer drastically missing revenue expectations, slashing earnings projections and announcing it will shutter 225 stores nationwide. Staples, the largest US office supplies retailer, hit the triple whammy and didn’t blame
Satoshi Nakamoto has been revealed! ‘Satoshi Nakamoto‘, the mysterious founder and creator of the biggest digital cryptocurrency ‘Bitcoin‘ has reportedly been unmasked as a 64-year-old father of six living in Temple City, Southern California. Satoshi Nakamoto introduced Bitcoin to the world
From today’s Open Europe news summary: 1. Brussels proposes revamped €11bn aid package for Ukraine 2. The European Commission yesterday released its in-depth review into macroeconomic imbalances, in which it called for “policy action” on the German current account
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