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It's not "flip-flopping" anymore. Now it will be known as "Netflixing."
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NYE: When Women Lead Would the world be more peaceful if women were in charge? It is an interesting question, but the key choices about war and peace in our future will depend not on gender, but on how leaders – men and women alike – combine hard- and soft-power skills to produce smart strategies.
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Republicans are finishing “the book,” a massive document that will form the basis of their attack and that seeks to turn the president’s promises against him.
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+Larry Page named CEO of the Year.

Investor's Business Daily has named Google CEO Larry Page CEO of the Year.

Is he the new Steve Jobs, the genius kid who needed adult supervision but who matured into a kick-ass CEO?

http://news.investors.com/Article/596314/201112301336/new-google-ceo-doesnt-rest-on-laurels.htm

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In an excerpt from his new book "Betterness: Economics for Humans," Umair Haque looks at the trends that should be pushing businesses to create more than profits--if they know what's good for them.
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Michael Lewis’ Boomerang is the best book you can read to understand the global credit crisis. Here’s an excerpt from the chapter on Iceland that involves fishing, smelting, banking, and elves. Yes, elves. Alcoa, the biggest aluminum company in the country, encountered two problems peculiar to Iceland when, in 2004, it set about erecting its giant smelting plant. The first was the so-called hidden people—or, to put it more plainly, elves—in whom ...
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