Monday, 28th March 2005
Resources, Reports, Tools, Lists, and Full Text Documents
Business--United States--Lists & Rankings
The BusinessWeek 50 2005
+ Company Profiles
+ Executive Compensation Table
Source: Public Works and Government Services Canada
Just Released, Canada Government On-line, Annual Report 2005
Source: U.S. Census
Just Released, College Degree Nearly Doubles Annual Earnings, Census Bureau Reports
New information from the U.S. Census Bureau reinforces the value of a college education: workers 18 and over with a bachelor?s degree earn an average of $51,206 a year, while those with a high school diploma earn $27,915. Workers with an advanced degree make an average of $74,602, and those without a high school diploma average $18,734. According to new tables released on the Internet titled Educational Attainment in the United States: 2004, 85 percent of those age 25 or older reported they had completed at least high school and 28 percent had attained at least a bachelor's degree. Other highlights for the population 25 years and over in 2004:
+ Minnesota, Montana, Wyoming and Nebraska had the highest proportions of people with at least a high school diploma, all around 91 percent.
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Adolf Eichmann--CIA Files
Source: National Security Archive
Uncovering the Architect of the Holocaust: The CIA Names File on Adolf Eichmann
"The CIA was surprised by Israeli agents' capture of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann in Argentina in 1960, and a subsequent CIA file review uncovered extensive ties between Eichmann and men who served as CIA assets and allies (like Franz Alfred Six and Otto Von Bolschwing), according to the CIA's three-volume Directorate of Operations file and their Directorate of Intelligence file on Eichmann, posted today by the National Security Archive at George Washington University."
Source: North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA)
NASAA's 2005 Top 10 Threats to Investors
"The following ranking of NASAA's Top 10 threats to investors for 2005 is based on the order of prevalence and seriousness as identified by an annual survey of state securities regulators. Click on a title for details."