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'Bank of Mum and Dad' lend £18,000 on average for first homes

by: Dick Stroud

Nearly a third of potential first-time buyers (31%) anticipate financial help from their parents, according to new research commissioned by the Council of Mortgage Lenders. But even more (35%) say that they would need financial help to be able to enter the housing market.

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'Averages’ are misleading and dangerous

by: Dick Stroud

The French have just had their presidential election that was won by Sarkozy by a 53% share of the votes. Sarkozy is a man of the ‘right’ - the loser, Ségolène Royal, is of the ‘left’ - if such political descriptors have any meaning.

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Shining a Bright Light on Energy Efficiency

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The pivot generation and the 'poly-household' purchasing trend

by: Dick Stroud

I receive a newsletter called Phil Lempert-Facts, Figures & The Future that often contains some interesting bits and pieces. This edition had more details about Nielsen’s ‘pivot’ generation. This is the revelation that Boomers spend money on their kids and parents.

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Who's Content is it Anyway?

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2007 Digital Outlook Report

by: Guy Kawasaki

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Clean Energy Trends 2007

by: Joel Makower

The clean-technology revolution continues apace, with each week bringing a new and exciting development, it seems.

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A Wake Up Call From Big Blue

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The Corporate Climate Juggernaut

by: Joel Makower

The relentless march of climate studies, research reports, and major initiatives that has come forth during this fledgling year has been breathtaking, to say the least. There's a new one this week. But first, consider that the following have been unleashed during 2007's first 50 days:

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Greening The Greys - Dreadful Report Title

I encountered this research a few weeks ago and published a blog item. The slant then was that the over-50s are sceptical of climate change.
The final report is now published and the ‘conclusions’ are finding their way into the mainstream press. In many ways this is report is a microcosm of the whole climate change debate.
 
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