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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2009-02-04

In this issue:   Misdeeds by the banks, Slumdog Millionaire,
and the safety of PFCs.

Motley Fool points out that the banking sector has wiped out
its investors, is decimating companies that rely on credit,
and is primarily responsible for our rising unemployment,
and yet, the "leaders" of these organizations have continued
to pay themselves obscenely.

Time Asia describes how how Anglo-Indian film Slumdog
Millionaire, that nearly went direct to DVD, became the
Oscar front runner.

Perfluorinated chemicals (PFCs), which are used ubiquitously
in common items like food packaging, pesticides, clothing
and upholstery, have for the first time been linked with
female infertility, according to Chemistry World.

The exhibition of original drawings of money-themed cartoons
from The New Yorker magazine turns a mirror on this
institution, begun as the private library of magnate
Pierpont Morgan, according to Culture Vulture.