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Google announces massive clean energy purchase l Computerworld http://bit.ly/1lZZZvs
One in four #food-insecure households visited food pantries in 2014 l USDA http://go.usa.gov/c2X3x
Is quantum physics behind your brain’s ability to think? l New Scientist http://ow.ly/Vrf3e
Canada’s boreal region is home to >1 billion acres of pristine forests & wetlands l Pew Environment http://pew.org/1XciwFi
Big data and the future of healthcare l Computerworld http://bit.ly/1jBmd52
The first effort to edit genes inside the human body will be to treat haemophilia l New Scientist http://ow.ly/VrWZ1
Federal Reserve, Central Banks, & Financial Departments
Which are the world’s healthiest countries? l WEF http://wef.ch/1YxE1xK
Why The #Holidays Make Us Dumb About #Spending l FA Mag http://ow.ly/VrY3d
Small banks facing ‘regulatory overload,’ l American Banker bit.ly/1Nsjna9
Beige Book: Wage pressures were generally stable to increasing l St. Louis Fed http://bit.ly/1HGETw0
Are your financial records ready in case of an emergency? Disaster preparedness resources l KC Fed http://ow.ly/VkBmP
Is there an optimal workday? l WEF http://wef.ch/1HHZIXV
Thank you as always for joining us on Saturday for HBCU Money™ Dozen. The 12 most important research and finance articles of the week.