The Politicus Pulse – June 29, 2011

Jun 29 2011 Published by under Uncategorized

Welcome to the Politicus Pulse. Here are the links you need to see to get your day started off right. Consider this a cup of coffee for your mind.

The Rise Of Shared Ownership And The Fall Of Business As Usual (Fast Company)

A new model in Cleveland–in which workers own companies that are supported by the city’s big businesses–has the potential to change the economics of the city and its workers.

Beyond Elections – Why Political Elites Hedge Their Bets (Naked Capitalism)

Why do politicians seem so spineless to rich special interests? They don’t want to make a possible future employer mad.

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett’s State Bio Tosses Waste Management Job Down the Memory Hole (Attytood)

For four years, Corbett worked as an attorney and spokesman for the nation’s largest, and arguably most controversial, trash hauling and disposal firm, Waste Management Inc., where he advocated for his employer to dump massive amounts of out-of-state garbage in Pennsylvania. But now that Corbett is governor, his official state biography tells a different story.

Debt Limit Stakes (NYT)

Give me corporate jets, or give me financial collapse!

Can Greece Survive? (EconoMonitor)

As a member of the E.U.? No!!

Today’s Tune:

Los Desaparecidos – Little Steven

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