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It's April Fool's Day this week, but some tricks are nastier than others. Money shows you how to protect yourself from financial fraud. Fools and His Money Do Part
Economics Professor Stephen Barrows (Aquinas College) has a strict cell phone policy: if a student's phone rings in class, the student must answer on the speaker.
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Vansteenkiste says: “In former days, we had fake champagne, vodka, Johnnie Walker whisky. What we see now is day-to-day consumer goods, [things like] tomato juice and orange juice. You wouldn’t expect it for a low-priced item like tomato juice — for God’s sake, why would they fake it? The answer is people don’t expect it to be cheated, and the profit is very low, but people drink more tomato juice than champagne.”
Tomato juice is usually adulterated by diluting a famous brand name with a cheaper product. Chocolate, coffee and cookies are also targets, says Vansteenkiste.
One reddit user has sparked a chorus of criticism online after posting a ticket purchased via Ticketek for an event in Melbourne last night.
Audit of fastfood outlets finds half exploit their ethnic workersVia Bank for International Settlements – Updated 18 March 2016 – “The detailed data set of nominal residential property prices consists of around 300 series from 58 countries, collected from national central banks. The data set is updated monthly. Our data
Sydneyasia story. Most migrants are from Asia and Middle East. Few French Frogs Few Bazilian Dancers ans some fro Zimbabwe. Nepalese-born Australians were the fastest-growing overseas-born community. Their numbers have swelled more than 11-fold over the past 10 years, from just over 3800 people in 2005 to more than 43,500 in 2015.
Overseas born Australians reach highest level since 1895
“There’s a lot of things that’s wrong with the whole thing,” says Dick, from Watford, in explicit and shocking British documentary Chemsex, screening around Australia next month.
“The 2012, the second in 2013, and the third in 2015. TheWorld Happiness Report 2016 Update, which ranks 156 countries by their happiness levels, was released today in Rome in advance of UN World Happiness Day, March 20th. Leading experts across fields – economics, psychology, survey analysis, national statistics, health, public policy and more – describe how measurements of well-being can be used effectively to assess the progress of nations. The reports review the state of happiness in the world today and show how the new science of happiness explains personal and national variations in happiness. They reflect a new worldwide demand for more attention to happiness as a criteria for government policy.” is a landmark survey of the state of global happiness. The first report was published in
Mocked and forgotten: who will speak for the American white working class? Guardian. Lambert featured this in Water Cooler yesterday but consider DO’s observation: “Private equity is responsible for this too.”
Border Force deports co-founder of $1m start-up Disrupt
Clinton Asks For $353K To Sit With The Clooneys Politico
To be Shaw to be Shaw: Peta Credlin has joined sky news here is the email she sent to all staff this morning
has unveiled two covers for his forthcoming nonfiction collection,The View from the Cheap Seats: A Collection of Introductions, Essays, and Assorted Writings. The famed author posted the covers on his Twitter page
Here’s more from Gaiman’s blog post: “It’s not every speech, introduction or article I’ve written, but it’s all the speeches that seemed important, all the articles I was still proud of, all the introductions that seemed to be about something bigger than just telling people about the book or author they were going to read. ( helped such a lot: she went through the archives, read everything, and made an initial call about what should go in or go out. Then she sighed whenever I changed my mind or remembered a forgotten piece I’d written about something).”