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Noteworthy News – February 21, 2011


787 Dreamliner teaches Boeing costly lesson on outsourcing – Los Angeles Times

Help wanted — jobless need not apply – Yahoo News

Which are the largest city economies in the world? – All Rankings

China and Japan, moving apart – Economist


Retiring Boomers Find 401(k) Plans Fall Short – Wall Street Journal

Graph of the Day: This Is Why Food Inflation Hasn’t Stung the U.S. (Yet) – The Atlantic

The Impact Of Rising Food Prices On Arab Unrest – NPR

US inflation is building; core CPI doesn’t tell the story – Investor’s Business Daily


America’s Budget: The latest cop-out – Barack Obama has ducked the challenge of grappling with America’s medium-term deficit woes – The Economist

China flexed its muscles using U.S. Treasuries – Reuters

China raises bank reserves to cool inflation – BBC News

Germany faces up to a Greek ‘restructuring’ – The Independent

Ireland turns to bankruptcy tourism – The Guardian

Minnesota Considers Top-Tier Tax Boost – Wall Street Journal


Ambac Says JPMorgan Refused Mortgage Repurchases It Also Sought – Bloomberg

Inside Job: how bankers caused the financial crisis – Guardian


Obama allocates $44 billion for Body Scanners – Revolutionary Politics

Joe Rogan – The American War Machine – YouTube

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