Samsung : Q4 phone margins better
Samsung Electronics says Q4 handset profit margins will be higher than previous quarter, smartphones to outstrip total handset market's under 10 percent growth in 2011.
JP Morgan buys UK Lehman home
Summary of business headlines: JP Morgan pays $773 million for Lehman's former UK digs; eBay buys German shopping club; U.S. online holiday sales up 12 percent-data.
Evaluating Arguments Part Two (slides)
Part six of a six-part series on critical reasoning. In this final lecture we will look at fallacies. These are bad arguments that can easily be mistaken for good arguments.
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Course Objective: This course provides the fundamental concepts of microeconomic analysis. The course first focuses on general equilibrium theory, before introducing market failures (imperfect competition and public economics). Syllabus: 1) Individual Choice Theory 2) Supply 3) Demand 4) Partial equilibrium 5) General equilibrium 6) Public Economics 7) Imperfect competition Textbooks:
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CSM Institute for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics: Science
Meet Melissa Olson, Scientist, Naval Surface Warfare Center.
Manal Omar on "Barefoot in Baghdad," Part 2
Manal Omar discusses her memoir, "Barefoot in Baghdad: A Story of Identity -- My Own and What It Means to Be a Woman in Chaos." An intimate look at the heartrending struggle for freedom and identity in Iraq, this poignant memoir tells a riveting story of hope and despair, freedom and longing, as Omar recounts the extraordinary metamorphosis of Iraq from a liberated country into an occupied one. She speaks of her quest to help as many Iraqi women as possible survive the savages of war and occupat
ANUpoll launch: Public attitudes about science - December 2010
Parliament House, Canberra media launch of the latest ANUpoll. This ANUpoll surveyed Australian attitudes towards science. The report's authors, Dr Rod Lamberts, Dr Will J Grant and Professor Ian McAllister discuss the study's findings. They are introduced by ANU Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Chubb.
Model village in China aims higher
China's Huaxi village wants to lose model village tag and be a city, makes big bet on tourism and services sector growth.
Top Mexican drug lord gunned down
Mexican security forces killed a leader of the powerful La Familia drug cartel, a top government official said. Pavithra George reports.
Bulldog skincare looks good for xmas
A British firm called Bulldog which makes natural skincare products for men is proving a hit with consumers as the growing demand for male grooming products means many more of us will be buying them for christmas this year.
The space shuttle's successor?
Privately owned SpaceX launches its Falcon 9 rocket into orbit -- in a test flight that NASA hopes will eventually lead to cargo runs to the International Space Station. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Wall St. haunted by deficit worry
Summary of business headlines: U.S. borrowing costs surge on Washington deficit fears; Youku.com, E-Commerce China Dangdang keep chinese IPOs in demand; Monthly sales at McDonald's disappoint.
Discussing the euro zone crisis
The euro zone 16 nation bloc is in its second phase of crisis say both analysts and players who are looking for solutions to protect the euro
The net value of Russia's Mail.ru
Shares in Russia's Mail.ru have jumped more than 50 percent from their initial listing price on the London stock exchange, which was already at the top end of its range.
Euros top Estonia's xmas list
As Estonia prepares to enter the euro zone on January 1, some wonder what the effects will be on prices in the new year.
Europe welcomes German imports surge
Germany's trade surplus narrowed slightly in October on an unexpected fall in exports while demand for foreign goods was robust giving hope to the rest of Europe.
China steps up Nobel crackdown
Empty chair expected to symbolise absence of anyone to collect the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo for jailed Chinese winner Liu Xiaobo.
UN says Outtara Ivory Coast winner
The United Nations and West African regional bloc ECOWAS say Alassane Outtara is the rightful winner of Ivory Coast's presidential election.