Facebook interview at NASDAQ with Max Wolff (18 May 2012).
Mark Zuckerberg has changed his Facebook status to say he has listed a company on NASDAQ. The company’s founder rang the market’s opening bell remotely from California, and he hopes the share sale will be one of America’s biggest, raising more than $16bn. That would value the whole company at around $104bn. But is it worth that much? Scott Heidler reports live from New York, where he interviews Max Wolff, an analyst at GreenCrest Capital.
Lee Camp is an American comic and activist whose use of the internet has arguably tremendously enlarged his fan base across the world. Here is his Moment of Clarity #75 on peanuts and terrorism: ‘What do peanuts have to do with terrorism? More than you might think!’ (12 Sept 2011).
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And Finally, the New Cold War: Missile Shield Rivalry
U.S. Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama have done their best to vilify Iran, and to frighten the world into thinking that the Tehran leadership is planning to build up some kind of nuclear capability to threaten Israel and the West. All the while, Iran’s leaders have been reassuring the world their nuclear designs are for peaceful purposes only, referring to the position laid out by Khomeini … Even though Iran seems to be at the forefront of Washington’s strategic thinking, as I pointed out some time ago, the real contest behind the scenes really revolves around the up and coming new superpowers – China and Russia.
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Occupy Wall Street
Nowadays one cannot escape news stories about quantitative easing, stimulus packages and stock market fluctuations, which is testament to the fact that our lives are very much determined by forces totally beyond our control. The Great Depression was caused by the Stock Market Crash of 1928 and the crash of 2008 has led to the world’s current dire economic situation … But now, on 17 September 2011, hapless citizens have begun fighting back …
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RT reports that a ‘terrorist attack in the Turkish capital, Ankara, has killed at least three people and left 15 others injured on Tuesday [, 20 September]. An explosive-laden car detonated in the downtown area of the city, spreading fire around the vicinity. The blast reportedly occurred on a vehicle in front of the Çankaya local administrator’s office close to Ankara’s downtown Kızılay Square’.
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