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  • "This poll sends a clear message to lawmakers that any property insurance reform needs to be targeted at making the marketplace more competitive and geared toward long-term stability," said William Stander, vice president and regional manager for Florida for the Property

    Insurance Journal

  • Owner-occupied property is accounted for under IAS 16, Property, Plant, and Equipment.

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  • +59\% Y / Y Growth Rate Weatherbug Property +59\% Answers. com Sites +58\% Facebook. com +57\% Yellow Book Network* +51\% Ask Network* +48\% AT&T Interactive Network* +47\% JPMorgan Chase Property* +45\% Hearst Digital Media +42\% The Mozilla Organization +40\% Sprint Nextel Corporation +36\% * Considerable growth at property due in part to acquisitions and / or agreements ** Ranking based on the top 100 properties Source: comScore Media Metrix (U.S.)

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  • ·Property and lifestyle guru Melissa Porter presents ‘The Property List’ one of Five’s home and property programmes, as sponsored by E.ON.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Locke really explained it best in "Property" from the Second Treatise, where he explained that the problem of the ambitious man could only be solved by markets which attracted ambitious power hungry individuals away from politics and towards the pursuit of private property.

    Milton Friedman Day, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • As the English political writer John Trenchard explained in 1721, “All Men are animated by the Passion of acquiring and defending Property, because Property is the best Support of that In dependency, so passionately desired by all Men.”

    The Volokh Conspiracy » So a Libertarian and a Liberal Walk into a Bar

  • I do recall that on the first day of class, I scribbled “Property is theft!” on the board before the arrival of the teacher.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Bruce Bartlett’s Attack on Libertarianism

  • 'Frames from the Framers: How America's Revolutionaries Imagined Intellectual Property' is fascinating -- not only for its content, which ranges from John Adams to MP3s, but also for its [ed: tragic] reception: only 7 Google hits in the last year (and this for an essay published online under a CC license).

    Boing Boing

  • Intellectual Property is a huge burden to society because it restricts individual freedom and in particular it restrict free trade (the real "free" trade).

    Glaeser on Coercion and Contracts, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • (Property is a bundle of rights that attach to tangible objects, not merely the objects themselves.)

    Normal Criticism of the New Deal, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

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