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  • McDonald's Should Learn A Labor Lesson or Two From Chipotle And Starbucks
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  • 7 Best Peak Performance Must-Dos For Business And Life
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  • The Secret Sauce Behind 12 Successful Impact Investment Funds
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  • Samsung Surrenders Services, Hands Strategic Victory To Android Competition
  • In Pictures: Samsung Galaxy S5
  • iPhone 6 Plus Makes A Good Long-Term iPad Replacement
  • 7 Best Peak Performance Must-Dos For Business And Life
  • 5 Ways To Pound The Competition With Emotionally-Charged Leadership
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  • Why The Critics Are Wrong: The $100 Billion Apple Capital Return Plan Has Been A Waste
  • The Key To Evolution: Multiple Mutational Pathways In Sequence
  • 'The Interview' Torrent Might Be Available If The Pirate Bay Website Still Existed [Update]
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  • Uber, Lyft Line: car trips with strangers
  • The rise of running to the office
  • The hard work after the merger fanfare
  • Cabin calm, not air rage, defines 2014
  • Review: Driven to Distraction at Work
  • Financial Times - Entrepreneurship
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  • Daisy reverses out of public glare
  • Unilever drops mayonnaise fight
  • Manila: an Asian hub
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  • If small is the future we all win big
  • Betterment: ambitions of a robo adviser
  • Crowdfunded start-up takes to the skies
  • On the path of digital disruption
  • Investors bank on Lending Club success
  • NYT > Business Day
  • YouTube Challenger Lets Music Fans Call the Shots
  • The Media Equation: Hacking at Sony Over ‘The Interview’ Reveals Hollywood’s Failings, Too
  • F.T.C. Raises Its Voice Under Its Soft-Spoken Chairwoman
  • In China, a Rapid Jump To Mobile Advertising
  • Energy-Storage Plans Gain Ground in California
  • The Week Ahead: Third-Quarter Growth and November Consumer Data
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  • YouTube Challenger Lets Music Fans Call the Shots
  • F.T.C. Raises Its Voice Under Its Soft-Spoken Chairwoman
  • In China, a Rapid Jump To Mobile Advertising
  • Bits Blog: Intel Betting on (Customized) Commodity Chips for Cloud Computing
  • Obama Says He’ll Weigh Returning North Korea to Terror List
  • Bits Blog: Distracted Driving and the Risks of Ride-Hailing Services Like Uber
  • U.S. Asks China to Help Rein In Korean Hackers
  • North Korea Warns U.S. Not to Take Sony Action
  • State of the Art: Amazon Not as Unstoppable as It Might Appear
  • Obama Vows a Response to Cyberattack on Sony
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  • From the C-Suite: New Year’s Resolutions
  • Here’s What the CEO Wants for Christmas
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  • Big Investors Hit Hard by Oil Decline, and More
  • Chuck Jaffe's Lump of Coal Awards: Part II
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  • Here’s What the CEO Wants for Christmas
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  • Volatile Market Swings Represent Return to Reality
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  • The Impact of a Strong Yen
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