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Review: Video introduces London's Finance Lab

London - The Finance Lab is based in London, but wherever you live in the UK or on this planet, this 23-minute video was made for you.

Op-Ed: Can technology destroy the New World Order?

Since the inception of the Council on Foreign Relations, our rulers have been centralising the power everywhere, but technology can reverse this trend.

Central banking for citizens and businesses, London meeting

London - On the afternoon of April 4 there will be a meeting in Central London to discuss this difficult but necessary subject. Registration is free.

Op-Ed: Two Positive Money meetings scheduled for December

Financial reformers Positive Money have two meetings scheduled before Christmas: the first meeting at Carmarthen, West Wales, and the fourth one in Belfast.

Op-Ed: Positive Money on the scrounge

Ben Dyson of Positive Money has issued an appeal. If you can't afford to donate, you might consider joining one of the protests in a movement whose time has surely come.

Op-Ed: Where does money come from?

The people at Positive Money have published a new book called “Where Does Money Come From?” For most of us, the big question is: where did it go?

Op-Ed: Positive Money – more meetings in the pipeline

Ben Dyson and his Positive Money gang have been holding meetings the length and breadth of the UK; more are to come, including a conference in Chicago.

Gary Johnson: '50 laboratories of innovation' needed for reform

Appearing on 'The Sean Hannity Show,' former two-term New Mexican governor and Republican presidential candidate Gary Johnson talked about his approaches to tackling the national debt challenge.

President Obama Signs Landmark Financial Reform Legislation

Washington - On Wednesday, President Obama signed into law a landmark piece of legislation that many are calling the most aggressive financial reform since the Great Depression and President Roosevelt’s subsequent New Deal.

Senate Panel Passes Derivatives Rules Despite Swarm of Lobbyists

Despite more than 1500 lobbyists, executives, bankers and others swarming to Washington as the Senate took up legislation to rein in derivatives -- the complex securities at the heart of the financial crises -- a Senate panel passed tougher rules

Wall Street's Top Three Banks to Receive $49.5 in Bonuses

Despite creating the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression with deceptive, potentially fraudulent trading practices that have left Main Street in ruins, the top three Wall Street banks will be handing out $49.5 billion in bonuses

House Financial Reform Bill Bequeaths Bankers $4 Trillion

"The Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2009," a 1,279 page 'reform' bill passed by the House, does little to protect consumers while insuring up to $4 trillion to Wall Street from the government should the need arise.

Op-Ed: International news sources lack confidence in Obama's leadership

Whether the issue is climate change or financial reform, some international news sources are now openly questioning the impact of U.S. President Barack Obama's leadership on matters of global importance.

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