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  • Google: Pay $1 and see fewer ads
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  • Tribune reverses course on unlimited vacation policy
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  • Google Data Reveals Top 10 Toys For Holidays
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  • An Evolving 'Hair of the Dog' Remedy for Global Growth?
  • Nadir Tati: The Angolan Designer That Sells $10.000 Dresses
  • Apple Product Launch: iPhone 6 And Apple Watch
  • EU Stimulus Package Overshadowed By Censure Vote
  • Saints Tickets 40% Below Average, Bills Tickets Remain Free For Monday Night Football Games
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  • The Work Revolution (And How You're Part Of It)
  • Forbes - Entrepreneurs
  • Forrester/Forbes CMO-CIO Survey: No Rest For The Weary
  • Confidence Is Up And Delinquency Is Down: Good News For Small Business
  • Crisis Communications: What Leaders Need to Know
  • IRS Makes Novel Use Of Outside Contractors---To Audit Microsoft
  • Revenge of The Physical Crude Oil Traders
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  • 'Adventure Shopping' Formats Are The Big Winners At Retail
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  • Forbes - Tech
  • Mario Comes To Life In Nintendo's Amiibo
  • The Work Revolution (And How You're Part Of It)
  • Software Defined Storage Disruption? When Commodity Storage Refuses to Remain Commodity
  • Crisis Communications: What Leaders Need to Know
  • Stay With STEM: Why We Need To Keep Women As Engineering Majors In College
  • Is Amazon Too Early In Launching A Product Like Echo?
  • Drones Like DJI Phantom Will Soon Require Full Pilot's License In The U.S.
  • Sony Pulls Controversial 'Sexist' PS Vita Ad
  • eBay Through The Lens Of Porter's Five Forces
  • The Work Revolution (And How You're Part Of It)
  • Forbes.com: Opinions
  • Three Tips for Leaders Under 30
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  • Hillary 2016?
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  • ZOGBY: The Values Divide, 2012
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  • Start-up
  • 5 Signs You're Ready to Start a Company
  • Lesson From Zynga: Not All Founders Make Good CEOs
  • Inside Story: Inc.'s 'How I Did It'
  • Good News: Your Budget Is Probably Too Pessimistic
  • How to Tell If Your Employees Are Bored
  • Fail on Your Own Terms
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  • Best Advice I Ever Got: Yosef Martin
  • Why Culture Matters So Much for Start-Ups
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  • 4 Steps to Ensuring Customer Experience Comes First
  • 3 Reasons Why Relying on Social-Media Marketing Is a Losing Strategy
  • Good Companies Make You Think. Great Companies Make You Feel.
  • Content Marketing Strategies You Can Steal
  • Leverage Emotion to Design a Product They Can't Live Without
  • For Service-Based Entrepreneurs, Here Are 9 Holiday Marketing Tactics to Boost Sales
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  • 5 Reasons Why Online Entrepreneurs Need to Look Beyond the Numbers
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  • Malcolm X stood tall in the wrong tie
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  • Financial Times - Entrepreneurship
  • Lord Malloch-Brown joins voting tech group
  • How the Irish MBA market is set to expand
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  • Start-ups struggle to deal with criticism
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  • On the Road: Defying Trend, Virgin Hotels Resists Extra Fees
  • DealBook: Goldman to Disclose Profit It Made on Libyan Trades
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  • Workers in Silicon Valley Weigh In on Obama’s Immigration Order
  • Critic’s Notebook: Dragon Age: Inquisition Evokes Interactive Storytelling
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  • Asia Rally Could Push Wall Street to New Record
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  • A Stronger Dollar Could Be a Game-Changer in 2015
  • Battling the Cyber Monday Attention Deficit
  • Wall Street on Black Friday: Believe the Hype
  • U.S. Can’t Export Its Own Oil: What That Means for You
  • Can China, ECB Moves Lift Global Economy?
  • What's the Economic Impact of Obama's Immigration Plan?
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  • Federal Private-Pension Safety Net Runs $62 Billion Deficit
  • Small Towns Go to Bat for Wall Street Banks
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  • Government Investment in the Electric Car
  • The Impact of a Strong Yen
  • Cross-Cultural Management Strategy
  • The Future of the Eurozone
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