Read the Story of Money in Cartoon Form…Continue
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"The Unexamined Life is not Worth Living"…Continue
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Published on Jan 19, 2016…Continue
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Weapons of Mass Financial Destruction (WMFD)
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Brent and WTI crude prices fell more than 6.4% to US$29.64 and US$29.57 a barrel…Continue
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Mistakes are nature's way of showing you that you're learning. As a manager, you will make mistakes, but you can avoid common managerial errors by knowing where the common pitfalls are. In this article, we will name 6 of the most common Leadership mistakes, and see what you can do to avoid them. If you can learn about these…Continue
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|‘Smart Cities’ Are the Next Phase in the 21st Century Surveillance Grid|
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It is inspirational to hear words that rhyme where a line and a stanza impart a meaning using the song-like attributes of the articulated statements. The command of a poem makes one remember. It helped some University students recall difficult formulas in integral and differential calculus. It is…Continue
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Enrique Suarez Presenting:
Competition and Business Strategy in Historical Perspective…Continue
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Wow cool! A device that lets you know, via Internet, when your milk is beginning to sour! And a connected thermostat—turning the heat up remotely an hour before you get home to save money…and “smart” fitness monitors, baby monitors, watches…
Slow down. Don’t buy a single smart device until you ask yourself these 10 questions. And frankly, there’s a lot of effort in some of these questions. But, security isn’t always easy. Check it out.
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Greta Roberts, CEO, Talent Analytics, Corp.
It’s exciting to watch advances in predictive and prescriptive employee solutions. Workday recently announced the release of an application enabling employers to “identify which employee is likely to quit, and what…Continue
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You just learned you have a new credit card account by checking your credit or because a bill collector called you. Problem is that you don’t remember ever applying for it. You must find out what’s behind this new account and how it got there.
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When it comes to tossing into the rubbish your old computer device, out of sight means out of mind, right? Well yeah, maybe to the user. But let’s tack something onto that well-known mantra: Out of site, out of mind, into criminal’s hands.
Your discarded smartphone, laptop or what-have-you contains a goldmine for thieves—because the device’s memory card and hard drive contain valuable information about you.
Maybe your Social Security number is in…Continue
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Many companies share some problematic habits when it comes to compliance. The worst of them is treating compliance like a checklist. In other words, thinking, “If we meet these specific compliance requirements, our company should run efficiently and securely.” While this is a simplified outlook, the point remains the same. Being compliant guarantees neither efficiency nor security,…Continue
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Intuition can be a powerful decision tool, however it is so often misused. If you are not aware of the times when you could or should follow your intuition then you are most likely taking a big chance on the outcome – then you will certainly need guts.
The times you should use intuition are when you are making a decision under familiar circumstances and when there is little time to stop and think the issue through. A typical example is for a fire fighter entering a burning…
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A Loophole Allows Banks – But Not Other Companies – to Create Money Out of Thin Air
One of the Main Causes of Our Economic…Continue
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