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London’s Oxford Street: Shopping as an Art Form
Black Friday—the day after Thanksgiving—is a major shopping phenomenon in the U.S.,
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From Alaska to Arkansas to L.A., U.S. Voters Vote for Higher Minimum Wages
In August we reported on the growing movement across the U.S. to
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The Alchemy of Science Education
Alchemy is the medieval science of trying to turn cheap metal into
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Silicon Valley Vaporization: Are Startups Burning Too Much Cash?
SOMA, the Flatiron district, Palo Alto, and London Shoreditch. They’re some of
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Getting Paid to Quit: Why some employers pay up to $25,000 to get employees to quit
The bad seed. The weak link. The well poisoner. Every office has
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The Incubator Boom: How Much Do They Actually Help?
Startup culture is white hot in America right now. Valuations are high,
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In a Pickle: How a Famous London Skyscraper Went From $1 Billion to Zero in Just Seven Years
In statistics, pictures of risk often take the shape of elegant bell
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Despite Progress, Women Are Still Under-Represented in Management-Level Finance Jobs
    Women in the financial services sector have by definition mastered
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Thinking About Minimum Wage Increases in a Globalized Economy
There isn’t a country on earth whose citizens don’t want to increase
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GAAP versus Non-GAAP: Which is Closer to Reality?
In the United States, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) set the standard
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Trademark Cancellation by the US Government Highlights a Business Risk for Companies with Trademarks
The June 18 decision by the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s
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Is China Mt. Everest of the world economy? Don’t go just because it’s there.
Expanding into the Chinese market has been a focus for many businesses
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