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  • In his remarks he observed that "The top 1 per-cent of the so-called wealthy pay 38% of all income tax, the top 10 percent pay 70 percent of all income tax and the top 50 percent pay almost 98 percent of all income tax."

    Christopher Brauchli: The Tax Burden of the Very Rich

  • Moreover, if anything, our enemies are the "morally superior" party in the conflict They have The Book, and they one hundred per-cent live by it ... we have only our freedom to choose how we live.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Not very good with numbers is he this Robin lloyd ... two thirds is nearly seventy per-cent in my estimation, which is an overwhelnming majority by any definition. jose garcia

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • On average, the prices of homes had been rising since the early 1980s, but between 2000 and 2005, they leaped by 50 per-cent despite low inflation.

    How We Were Ruined & What We Can Do

  • Of 1,800 who were polled recently by the American Nurses Association, 68 per-cent said their RN staffs had been cut in the past year, through attrition or layoffs.

    Intensive Care On A Budget

  • Of the 949 titles launched last year, 60 per-cent failed, says University of Mississippi journalism professor and industry guru Samir Husni.

    Mags For The Modern Would-Be Mom

  • Last May he started acquiring shares in Laura Ashley, and ultimately amassed 2 million shares -- about .5 per-cent of Laura Ashley's total stock -- then worth about $1 million.

    Rendering Unto Laura

  • It turns out that the wham-bang strategy has no more chance of producing offspring than sex with the same woman over many months: a woman is fertile only a couple of days each cycle, and even if the guy times it right, his sperm have only a 25 per-cent chance of fertilizing her egg.

    Boys Need Not Be Boys

  • In chips, for example, the U.S. industry had 44 percent of the world market in 1993, up from 39 percent in 1991; meanwhile, the Japanese share slipped from 46 to 40 per-cent.

    Reinventing Corporate America

  • The 34 European companies had a 29 - per-cent share while eight companies in Russia accounted for 2 per cent of sales.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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