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Where are the SuperEntrepreneurs?
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Entrepreneurship matters. And the rate of entrepreneurship differs across the Atlantic. Of the 100 largest public companies in the U.S., 31 were founded by an entrepreneur during the post-war era. In Europe, the corresponding figure is only seven out of the 100 largest firms.    
A partially written symphony with too many conductors:
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As the U.S. unemployment rate dropped below 6 percent in September 2014, The Federal Reserve began to acknowledge that the Great Recession might finally be over and that it would end its program of Large Scale Asset Purchases, commonly known as QE3.    
The GSEs, the financial crisis and the Dodd-Frank Act
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The 2008 financial crisis was a major event, perhaps the most severe financial breakdown in modern history. At the time, many commentators said that we were witnessing a crisis of capitalism, proof that the free market system was inherently unstable.    
Iceland’s 2008 bank collapse: What really happened
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The Icelandic banking sector was regulated in the same way as its counterparts in other European countries.  
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