Smells Like Greed Spirit

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Smells Like Greed Spirit. Parody of Smells Like Teen Spirit album cover

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How to Make Money Now That The Economy’s Crapped the Bed

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In case you haven’t watched the news for the last few weeks, or talked to anyone, the US is undergoing something of a financial meltdown. A look at some of the increasingly desperate and creative ways businesses will try to stay afloat once things get much, much worse.

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Markets in Europe and Asia Plunge

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lobal stocks plummeted Friday after the rout Thursday on Wall Street, where the Dow Jones industrial average plummeted 7.3 percent, or 678 points, closing below the 9,000-mark for the first time since 2003.

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Market drops 107 points during Bush’s speech on the Economy

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Today, President Bush gave an eight-minute speech on the economy, which was meant to reassure the markets.

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Recession Will be Very Kind to Open Source

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this recession will be great for free and open source because of the shortage of cash. Last recession saw the mainstream legitimisation of open source operating systems (youngsters, take note: there was a time when it wasn’t automatically okay for an IT department to use Linux) because it was clear and away the most cost-effective choice.

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Searching For a Market Bottom? Keep Looking

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For those hoping that the seven-day blowout on Wall Street may have created a market bottom, there are two words to contemplate: Not yet.

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6 Emails You Get When Your Company Is About to Go Under

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In today’s uncertain and, well, terrifying economic climate, it’s good to think ahead. While we don’t want to alarm you, basically your company could go broke at any second and you’ll be out on the street. Even worse, it’s in their best interest to keep it from you until the very last moment. All you have are the emails that arrive in your inbox, t

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