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Apr 24, 2014

YouTube | TheAlexJonesChannel has uploaded Humanity Destroyed by Design -April 24, 2014-.

TheAlexJonesChannel has uploaded Humanity Destroyed by Design
Humanity Destroyed by Design
Alex discusses the engineered downfall of humanity. Social controllers are c;ear;y aware of how the human mind works and develops. One reason why our media is of such low quality is to stunt the development of the public's mind. The result is as the BBC reports "Is 25 the new cutoff point for adulthood?"

YouTube | Al Jazeera English has uploaded Ukraine's army moves to reclaim eastern town and 3 other videos.

Al Jazeera English has uploaded Ukraine's army moves to reclaim eastern town and 3 other videos
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Comex plans to get in on Asian gold trade, Reuters says: GATA | THE GATA DISPATCH -April 24, 2014-.

Comex plans to get in on Asian gold trade, Reuters says

Submitted by cpowell on 11:34AM ET Thursday, April 24, 2014. Section: Daily Dispatches
CME Plans to Launch Physically Settled Asia Gold Futures, Sources Say
By A. Ananthalakshmi and Frank Tang
Thursday, April 24, 2014
CME Group Inc. plans to launch a physically deliverable gold futures contract in Asia, three sources familiar with the matter said, as the world's No.1 futures exchange targets rising hedging and investor demand in the top gold-consuming region.
An Asian contract from CME could help set a pricing reference for gold futures in Asia, much like its U.S. Comex gold contract sets the benchmark for bullion futures globally.
The move may also help CME boost flagging revenues from its precious metals futures and comes as its rivals are expanding their presence in Asia to tap demand from China, the world's biggest consumer of commodities, including gold. ...
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The Economist | Editor's Picks - April 24, 2014.

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The Economist
Thursday, April 24th 2014
Editor's picks
Over the next 20 years the global population of those aged 65 or more will almost double, from 600m to 1.1 billion. That has caused all sorts of worries about slower economic growth. In our cover leader, we point to a new trend: highly-skilled people are continuing to work ever later in life, earning ever more and increasing inequality. This will have dramatic consequences for many countries.

John Micklethwait, Editor-in-Chief
Warren Buffett: Break-up time?
Why he should now contemplate dismantling Berkshire Hathaway
Germany abandons reform
Angela Merkel preaches pro-growth reforms to her neighbours but implements anti-growth ones at home
Robot sex, batteries not included
Using machines to model an evolutionary conundrum
Politics this week
Search teams continued to recover bodies from the submerged hull of the Sewol, a ferry that sank off the coast of South Korea on April 16th. The number of people known to have died in the accident passed 150, with a similar number still missing, most of them teenage children from a school near Seoul. Eleven crew members have been detained.


Reuters | Technology Report - April 24, 2014: Google social networking boss Gundotra leaving company.

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Google social networking boss Gundotra leaving company
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc's head of social networking services, Vic Gundotra, is leaving the Internet search company, he said on Thursday, three years after overseeing the launch of the Google+ social network.
Facebook acquires fitness tracking mobile app Moves
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook Inc has acquired the maker of a mobile app that can track the distance consumers walk or run and measure the calories burned, giving the social networking company an entree into the nascent market for fitness and health monitoring technology.
Facebook courts journalists with newswire tool
(Reuters) - Facebook said on Thursday that it has created a newswire tool tailored to journalists, part of a broader effort to be the go-to place for conversation for its 1 billion users.
FCC pushes back against criticism over Internet traffic plan
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. communications regulator on Thursday sought to tame an outcry over "net neutrality" rules it is developing, saying the agency would make sure broadband providers which "unreasonably" discriminate against Web traffic are punished.
Rapid7 hires mobile hacking expert Nick Percoco
BOSTON (Reuters) - Security software maker Rapid7 said on Thursday that it has hired Nick Percoco, a security researcher who is well known for his work hacking mobile devices.
Apple's China success sets stage for iPhone 6, new products
(Reuters) - Strong sales of iPhones in China and emerging markets sets the stage for Apple Inc to reap even higher profits after it launches the next iPhone and other new products, analysts said.
Big tech companies offer millions after Heartbleed crisis
BOSTON (Reuters) - The world's biggest technology companies are donating millions of dollars to fund improvements in open source programs like OpenSSL, the software whose "Heartbleed" bug has sent the computer industry into turmoil.
Amazon to pay more than $300 million for HBO shows: report
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Inc will pay more than $300 million over three years to offer older shows from premium-cable channel HBO over the next three years, tech blog Re/code reported on Thursday, citing multiple people familiar with the deal.
Comcast's Fandango ticket service buys MovieClips
(Reuters) - Fandango, a movie ticketing service owned by cable company Comcast Corp, is buying MovieClips from Zefr Inc to boost its film-related content.
Verizon profit misses expectations, shares fall
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Verizon Communications Inc's reluctance to offer mass discounts in a near-saturated mobile market is costing it new subscribers, analysts said on Thursday as the largest U.S. wireless carrier missed Wall Street's profit expectations.