Concordia goes green - Electric vehicles introduced on Loyola Campus
Two electric vehicles now have the run of the Loyola campus . The egg-shaped vehicles run completely on electricity. They are an environmentally friendly way of transporting heavy loads around campus.
Airbus orders lifts cash-rich EADS
European aerospace group EADS posts higher than expected 2010 revenue.
Portugal bond yield hits record high
Portugal's ten-year and two-year bond yields hit a euro lifetime-high, as the government held a bond auction and said yields are unsustainable long-term.
Leading@Google: Chip Conley
Chip Conley spoke to Googlers in Mountain View on February 16, 2011 about his book Peak: How Great Companies Get Their Mojo from Maslow. About Peak: How Great Companies Get Their Mojo from Maslow: "When Hotelier Conley was profiled by USA Today as one of its People to watch in 2001, he seemingly could do no wrong. His company, Joie de Vivre Hospitality, which operates a chain of boutique hotels in the San Francisco Bay area, was riding high on the dot-com boom. But then the bubble burst, follo
Lessons for the Young Economist
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