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More than 163,000 jobless Californians were wrongly denied benefits last year and had their denials reversed by judges on appeal, adding to a string of troubles at the state Employment Development Department, says the Los Angeles Times.

Jobless benefits wrongly denied

More than 163,000 jobless Californians were wrongly denied benefits last year and had their denials reversed by judges on appeal, adding to a string of troubles at the state Employment Development Department, says the Los Angeles Times.

Robert Reich - 15 signs of impending tyranny.  Chilling similarities to the new administration!

Robert Reich - 15 signs of impending tyranny. Chilling similarities to the new administration!

Can the "miracle of capitalism" solve the housing crisis? http://econ.st/1xZuH94

Can the "miracle of capitalism" solve the housing crisis? http://econ.st/1xZuH94

Vision for 2014 - double the turnover and hopefully the profits too!

Vision for 2014 - double the turnover and hopefully the profits too!

FROM the days when monarchs over-borrowed for their mercantile adventures, to Argentina’s recent failure to pay its creditors, countries have long run into trouble...

What happens when a country goes bust

FROM the days when monarchs over-borrowed for their mercantile adventures, to Argentina’s recent failure to pay its creditors, countries have long run into trouble...

Not too long ago, net profit was not a desirable end in the services sector. Profit suggested that an agency could have done a better job spending dollars on programs. If the goal was to provide for the general good, then every available dollar should be directed to that end.

Not too long ago, net profit was not a desirable end in the services sector. Profit suggested that an agency could have done a better job spending dollars on programs. If the goal was to provide for the general good, then every available dollar should be directed to that end.

Public company directors are confident the economy will improve in 2014, according to a quarterly survey by the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD). The NACD Board Confidence Index found that nearly one-half of those surveyed expect better economic conditions a year from now. http://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2013/11/07/587890/10056853/en/Corporate-Directors-Forecast-Stronger-Economy-in-2014.html

Public company directors are confident the economy will improve in 2014, according to a quarterly survey by the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD). The NACD Board Confidence Index found that nearly one-half of those surveyed expect better economic conditions a year from now. http://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2013/11/07/587890/10056853/en/Corporate-Directors-Forecast-Stronger-Economy-in-2014.html

Congressional efforts to press the Federal Reserve for more details about a possible leak have focused attention on Chairwoman Janet Yellen’s contacts.

Yellen Meetings With Medley Global Come Under Scrutiny

Congressional efforts to press the Federal Reserve for more details about a possible leak have focused attention on Chairwoman Janet Yellen’s contacts.

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