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A New World; The Future of the Phone; Can F1 in Abu Dhabi be a Success? Whether or Which; Start-up Days; It Ain’t Easy Being Green

April 23, 2009 10:08 by



A New World

The crisis has hit Dubai hard, but it is wrong to write it off, says the Economist.

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Qatar’s Ambitions Roil Middle East

Critics say the country is playing all sides, with its populist Al Jazeera news channel and its hosting of regional summits, says the Los Angeles Times.

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The Future of the Phone

The arrival of the mobile application store is about to change the way you use your phone, and the industry that makes it, says Portfolio.

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Tweet Styles of the Rich and Famous

Slate tells you how to decide which celebrities are worth following on Twitter.

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Can F1 in Abu Dhabi be a Success?

The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix will be built on time and it will be mightily impressive, says Tom Cary in a blog on the Telegraph.

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How to Set Up a Green Home Office for $1,000 or Less

The beauty of going green is that it’s usually cheap, says blogger Business Pundit.

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Whether or Which

Are you working on whether or not someone should buy, or on which one they should buy, asks blogger Seth Godin.

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Start-up Days

Inc listens as 10 great entrepreneurs speak about how they started it all.

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TV Shows With the Most Product Placements

Product placement, once a mainstay of movies is starting to take over the small screen as well, says Business Week and names 15 shows topping the list.

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It Ain’t Easy Being Green

Being green is considered hip in Hollywood says Newsweek, and checks out seven supposedly “green” celebrities.




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