Central City Extra/New America Media, News Report, Posted: Mar 10, 2014
In San Francisco's "Twitter" boom, elderly residents are largely left out of the city's company community benefits agreements giving firms tax breaks.
New America Media/Central City Extra, Profile, Posted: Mar 10, 2014
Barber Young Taek Lim, 75, is one of more than 4,000 seniors 65 and older in the Tenderloin.
New America Media/Central City Extra, News Report, Posted: Mar 10, 2014
Tech puts stress on old and poor in San Francisco's central city.
KUT/New America Media, News Feature, Posted: Mar 07, 2014
Texas A&M health advisors are educating elders in colonias along the border, where families lack food and medical care.
NNPA, News Report, Posted: Mar 04, 2014
The CEOs of some private firms that have taken over government functions are earning as much as $8 million a year, according to a new report titled, “Exposed: America’s Highest Paid Government Workers.”
KUT Public Radio/New America Media , News Report, Posted: Mar 04, 2014
As housing gets less affordable in Austin, more elders must leave town seeking “Golden Girls” roommates, but reality is not as seen on TV.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Feb 27, 2014
The collapse of bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox points to a larger flaw in the worldview of some of Silicon Valley's tech elites.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Feb 26, 2014
Black History Month is an appropriate time to begin an examination of the roots of poverty in America.
Washington Informer, News Report, Posted: Feb 25, 2014
Eighteen American multinationals — companies such as Nike, Microsoft and Apple — have used tax havens abroad to avoid what Citizens for Tax Justice estimates as $92 billion in federal taxes. This is money that could be used to provide universal pre-school for America's children. CTJ also found 235 companies reported last year over $1.3 trillion stashed abroad to avoid paying the taxes that domestic companies must pay.
NNPA, News Report, Posted: Feb 24, 2014
The Black unemployment rate increased from 11.9 percent in December to 12.1 percent in January, according the Department of Labor’s latest monthly report.
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