Monday, January 25, 2010

It's the economy (January 25, 2010)

How to avoid on of life's two certainties, Apple's apostles have much to celebrate and what this recession could use is a good protest song, some of the items of note for Monday.

Globe and Mail-- High oil sands costs driving Shell elsewhere
Globe and Mail-- Apple posts best-ever quarterly profit
Globe and Mail-- How to avoid paying the HST on funerals
National Post-- Public service likely target for Tory cuts, consultant says
National Post-- Obama reform may win better deal for investors
National Post-- Lots of options for spending cuts
Vancouver Sun-- Vancouver’s home prices rated ‘most unaffordable’
New York Times-- Bernanke Is Gaining Supporters
New York Times-- To Attract Shoppers, G.M. to Pay Debt to U.S.
New York Times-- An Investigator Presses to Uncover Bailout Abuse
USA Today-- Wind-energy industry lost factory jobs despite stimulus
USA Today-- 'The Mac is back': Apple reports its best earnings ever
USA Today-- Obama pitches new plan to benefit middle class
Guardian UK online-- City minister campaigns to protect taxpayer from bank failures
Guardian UK online-- Join my campaign to cap RBS bonuses
Guardian UK online-- Out of recession – but how did we get there and what happens next?
Times Online UK-- Unforeseen rise of Asia creates new world order
Times Online UK-- PMIs and the crucial first glimpse of how businesses are faring
Telegraph UK online-- Greece bond sale boosts market confidence
Telegraph UK online-- Myners meets G7 to debate world banking reform
Telegraph UK online-- UK jobs market 'worse than it seems'
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Fourth rate hike looming
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Mining health tipped by Industrea
Brisbane Times-- Business scores big on the gong list
Brisbane Times-- End of an empire?
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- World markets jittery after US takes a tumble
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Australia's biggest ever sickie
People's Daily on line-- China's outbound tours to top 51 mln in 2010: official
People's Daily on line-- China to step up efforts to cool economy, analysts say
China Daily-- Customers wary of investing overseas
China Daily-- China, S Korea, Japan to hold preliminary meeting on free trade pact
Times of India-- Indian entrepreneurs increasingly buying used products: Study
Times of India-- Gold funds not shining any more

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