China's inflation eases but no major policy shift seen
Nov. 9 - Consumer price rises slowed in October, giving Beijing more room to tweak monetary policy. But the fight against inflation is not over, so don't expect any major policy changes just yet.
Italy fears see European shares drop
Nov. 9 - European stocks have dropped following a short-lived rally sparked by Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's pledge to resign, with Italian bond yields rising to levels thought unsustainable for the country. Andrew Potter reports.
NASA captures asteroid's close encounter with Earth
Nov. 9 - NASA releases new images of an asteroid's close encounter with Earth. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
80 percent chance of recession in early 2012: professor
Nov. 9 - With money supply growth contracting, Johns Hopkins economics professor Steve Hanke predicts the U.S. will fall back into a recession as early as the first half of next year.
Greek talks collapse, no leader yet
Nov. 9 - Talks to pick a new Greek prime minister broke down Wednesday evening, hours after a successor was expected to be named, throwing Greece closer to economic chaos. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Greek talks collapse, no leader yet
Nov. 9 - Talks to pick a new Greek prime minister broke down Wednesday evening, hours after a successor was expected to be named, throwing Greece closer to economic chaos.
Worst day for stocks since August
Nov. 9 - Summary of business headlines: Worst day for stocks since August as Italian bond yields spike, Greece in chaos; Cisco beats; GM warns; Goldman faces higher liabilities.
Authors@Google: Dr. Susanna W. Grannis
Susanna W. Grannis founded and led, until 2010, CHABHA, Children Affected by HIV/AIDS. CHABHA partners with community-based children's associates in Africa. She was Professor and Dean at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Queens College, CUNY, and at the Bank Street College of Education. She spoke at GoogleNY on November 3, 2011 about her latest book "Hope Amidst Despair: HIV/AIDS-affected Children in Sub-Saharan Africa".
Craig Venter on Genomics: From humans to the environment
In the second of the Distinguished Public Lecture Series run by the James Martin 21st Century School, Dr Craig Venter will discuss his work at the J Craig Venter Institute and its implications for the future of our culture, society and science. The Institute's projects include developing new understanding of human disease at the DNA level, running the Sorcerer II Global Ocean Sampling Expedition to understand microbial diversity in the world's oceans, and finding new ways of tackling environment
African Americans in World War II
A remembrance of the the sacrifice and glory of the African Americans who served our country here and abroad during World War II - told by those who served. (61:00)
Academic Writing Symposium, Chapter 11
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Photo Slideshow: Sharing the Love of Salsa Music, Dance
The UA student organization, Ritmos Latinos Salsa Club, promotes Latin music and dance, teaching both University students and members of the Tucson community Rueda de Casino, a style of dancing that is popular in Cuba. The organization averages about 160 participants each semester, culminating each term with a series of recitals. To learn more, visit http://ritmoslatinos.org/ or http://www.tucsonsalsa.com/.
President Sander Visits with VETS
Established with federal funds secured by Rep. Raúl Grijalva in 2007, the Veterans Education and Transition Services program emphasizes academics and promotes institutional access, student involvement and research to help create an inclusive climate for veterans studying at UA. Located on the fourth floor of the Student Union Memorial Center, the Student Vets Center also serves as a valuable resource center, a study space, and a social outlet for veterans transitioning into the academic lifesty
UMass Football Holds Bone Marrow Drive
Right at the start of the school year, on Labor Day weekend, the UMass Amherst football team continued its three-year tradition of sponsoring a bone marrow drive on campus. Students and players responded with enthusiasm at a football stadium barbecue
eConference - Effectuate
The Darden School of Business and its Batten Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation held it's annual Entrepreneurship Conference on November 3rd & 4th, 20011in Charlottesville, Virginia. This year's conference theme: "Innovate. Effectuate." unraveled the mysteries behind successful entrepreneurs and innovators and provided the framework for applying their strategies to build a viable business. The third and final panel of the Friday morning sessions on Effectuation was moderated by Dard
Day of the Dead celebration at MSU
Estrella Torrez and Juan Javier Pescador talk about the Day of the Dead celebrations at Michigan State University.
Staff profiles: Michelle Nickerson
Michelle Nickerson, student services coordinator at the Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement, talks about her role coordinating student-led service initiatives.
Lecture 22, November 10
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World's largest yellow diamond for sale
Nov. 10 - Sotheby's to sell the world's largest pear-shaped fancy vivid yellow diamond. The asking price is between $11-15 million. Elly Park reports.
Republicans will end up with Romney vs. Gingrich: KBW analyst
Nov. 10 - KBW analyst Brian Gardner argues the Republican party's presidential race may end in a contest between former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich.