LBR412 Session 9 Fall 2011
LBR412 Labor Law - Session nine 11/08/2011 David Sackman with guest, David Bradfield
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Galeries Lafayette rocks for Christmas
Nov. 9 - Paris department store Galeries Lafayette turns on its "rocking" Christmas displays. Tara Cleary reports.
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The Hand That Signed The Paper by Dylan Thomas (read by Tom O'Bedlam)
I tried to find some sense of this poem but in the end I gave up. Dylan was about 20 years old when he wrote it. As a lyric poem it has great style. The hand that signed the paper felled a city; Five sovereign fingers taxed the breath, Doubled the globe of dead and halved a country; These five kings did a king to death. The mighty hand leads to a sloping shoulder, The finger joints are cramped with chalk; A goose's quill has put an end to murder That put an end to talk. Th
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China imports surge sign of strong domestic demand: RBC
Nov. 10 - China's imports jumped in October as exports slowed, suggesting efforts to tilt the economy towards domestic demand may be offsetting weakness abroad.
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Protests, gunfire near Damascus
Nov. 10 - Activists say government security forces fired on protesters in and around the capital. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
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Portuguese protest austerity plans
Nov 13 - Tens of thousands of Portuguese civil servants protest against tax hikes and cuts under Lisbon's 2012 budget. Rough cut (No reporter narration)
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Ending Wars Well: Getting To, and Beyond Settlement (with Langan, Johnson, Royal and Elshtain)
Scholars Langan, Johnson, Royal, and Elshtain look at critical questions for a twenty-first century application of Just War theory to war?s end (jus post bellum) in three key areas: the theoretical underpinnings of jus post bellum, issues for settlements and post-conflict arrangements, and operational considerations for practitioners engaged in late- and post-conflict planning.
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[2/5] People Wake Up NWO isn't Wasting Time !
New World Order Strategies for total global control of the masses Who are the New World Order? Find out more by listening to these videos...
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Snowday: 1945
If you wanted to know what kids looked like while playing in the snow during the 1940s - this is your chance. If you live in a warm climate, you can learn how to build a snowman. (10min)
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Reading Pie Graphs (Circle Graphs) - Khan Academy
Using a word problem, Sal Khan demonstrates how to read Pie Graphs (Circle Graphs) in this three-minute video.
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Itinéraire d'un scientifique : Adolphe Pacault (1918-2008) - Allocution de Jean-Claude Pecker

A l'occasion de l'inauguration de l'exposition organisée par l'Université Bordeaux 1 : "Itinéraires d'un scientifique : autour des bibliothèques d'Adolphe Pacault (1918-2008)", Jean-Claude Pecker, professeur honoraire au Collège de France revient sur ce qui le lie inévitablement à cet imminent chimiste : souvenirs, anecdotes, nostalgies...


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Laughing Boy
This video includes text, narration, and pictures for the poem Laughing Boy by Richard Wright. The poem is part of the suggested reading material listed on the corestandards.org website for grades K-1. (0:36)
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Soil and Sustainability
David Grimley
In this module, the following topics are covered: 1) soil's importance to society, 2) the formation of soil profiles, 3) soil constituents for plant growth and nutrient uptake, and 4) soil's […]

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Introduction (Day 2)
Grant McCracken (author of Chief Culture Officer; Culturematic)
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Spreadable Media: Creating Value and Meaning in a Networked Society.
How are the shifting relations between media producers and their audiences transforming the concept of meaningful participation? And how do alternative systems for the circulation of media texts pave the way for new production modes, alternative genres of content, and new relationships between producers and audiences? Henry Jenkins, Sam Ford, and Joshua Green–co-authors of the forthcoming book Spreadable Media–share recent experiments from independent filmmakers, video game designers, comic
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Sesame Street--Grover and Campers Learn About Trees
This classic Sesame Street video teaches young learners the basic parts of a tree. Grover tries to teach campers about the parts of a tree but the campers have to correct him. Key words include trunk, bark, branch, and leaves. This video would compliment the Common Core K-1 text exemplar story A Tree Is A Plant by R.C. Bulla and other non-fiction texts on this topic. (2:41)
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U.S. markets sink on debt debacle
Nov. 21 - Summary of business headlines: debt worries weigh on stocks; U.S. existing home sales rise; CFA survey says consumers will spend less this holiday season. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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Can a Jobs Campaign Create Real Jobs?

Starbucks: Create Jobs for USA
"One of the key requirements for a 'sustainable' job is a profitable business."

I went to Starbucks recently for a cup of coffee and noticed a small sign and some "Create Jobs for USA" wristbands for sale. If you want to, you can donate $5, get a wristband, and support the Opportunity Finance
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Can the Underground Economy Save Europe?

"The growth of unofficial employment is an entrepreneurial response to unnecessarily rigid labor markets and excess regulation."

As the old saying goes, the more expensive you are to fire, the more expensive you are to hire. Nowhere is this more apparent than on the European continent.

Even with the United States' lengthening of
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Kate Meagher (LSE) talks about how business makes bandits in the Niger Delta
Kate Meagher, Lecturer at London School of Economics (LSE), explains how business makes bandits: business, power and accountability in the Niger Delta. This event forms part of the 'Business and Development' seminar series, hosted by IDS' Globalisation Team. http://www.ids.ac.uk/go/media/events/business-and-developmentAuthor(s): No creator set

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