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In this issue:  Government spending, hacking Facebook, and
wellness visits for Medicare beneficiaries.

Contrary to popular perception, U.S. Banker says government
spending is not a drag on the economy.  Slashing the federal
deficit now would lead to a double-dip recession and
plunging tax revenues.
According to Time Europe, fear of the unknown was not enough
to spoil the feeling at the annual meeting of the World
Economic Forum, in Davos, Switzerland, that after three
tough years, the global economy was in better shape than
many had expected.
Motley Fool says solid corporate governance policies could
help us avert the next disaster.

  E-Discovery Made More Efficient

InternetNews reports that the CEO of the world's largest
social networking site had his own fan page hacked just as
the company unveils new security improvements.

BusinessWeek reports that a labor dispute between the
National Football League and its players is threatening to
bleed billions in revenue - and possibly cancel the 2011-12

Starting Jan. 1, all 46.6 million Medicare beneficiaries
become eligible for wellness visits, according to Time
Europe.  A wellness visit is designed to promote health and
include lessons in how to make better lifestyle choices.