NewsFeeds 12.9.11

 

Mooney passed on many opportunities to leave UR (Times-Dispatch)
The Georgia Tech job was his to refuse, which he did. In previous years as Richmond’s coach, jobs at Boston College and Seton Hall were available to Mooney. Miami also was interested. Why would the Philadelphia native and Princeton graduate turn his back on the ACC and the Big East Conference?

Texas company buys Roanoke County magnetic-bearing firm Synchrony (Roanoke Times)
A Texas equipment company has purchased Synchrony Inc. for $50 million.

In Tough Times, a Boom in Cremations as a Way to Save Money (NY Times)
All but taboo in the United States 50 years ago, cremation is now chosen over burial in 41 percent of American deaths, up from 15 percent in 1985, according to the Cremation Association of North America. Economics is clearly one of the factors driving that change.

What The Health Care Law Will Mean for Your Small Business (WSJ)
Here are answers to some of the common questions business owners face.

Are the bankers to blame for our woes? (Fortune)
Occupy Wall Street says yes. But it takes two groups of willing parties to make a financial crisis. One group was Wall Street, and the other was borrowers and buyers.

The Weekly Wind-Down (Fun New Yorker cartoon)

 

 

Mooney passed on many opportunities to leave UR (Times-Dispatch)
The Georgia Tech job was his to refuse, which he did. In previous years as Richmond’s coach, jobs at Boston College and Seton Hall were available to Mooney. Miami also was interested. Why would the Philadelphia native and Princeton graduate turn his back on the ACC and the Big East Conference?

Texas company buys Roanoke County magnetic-bearing firm Synchrony (Roanoke Times)
A Texas equipment company has purchased Synchrony Inc. for $50 million.

In Tough Times, a Boom in Cremations as a Way to Save Money (NY Times)
All but taboo in the United States 50 years ago, cremation is now chosen over burial in 41 percent of American deaths, up from 15 percent in 1985, according to the Cremation Association of North America. Economics is clearly one of the factors driving that change.

What The Health Care Law Will Mean for Your Small Business (WSJ)
Here are answers to some of the common questions business owners face.

Are the bankers to blame for our woes? (Fortune)
Occupy Wall Street says yes. But it takes two groups of willing parties to make a financial crisis. One group was Wall Street, and the other was borrowers and buyers.

The Weekly Wind-Down (Fun New Yorker cartoon)

 

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