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Buffalo News
The economic impact of these attacks, some by hackers operating half way around the world, could be $300 billion a year.
New data indicates that the fears of economic repercussions following the PRISM revelations are real.
The New Republic
Given the state of federal IT and innovation policy, it is not surprising there were problems with says Robert Atkinson.
New York Times
Climate change could so destabilize the world’s food system as to lead to rising hunger or even mass starvation.
Seattle Times
On average, 17 manufacturing operations closed every day between 2000 and 2011, and employment has not made a meaningful rebound since.