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The Best Money Show You'll Never See; 5 Steps to Staying Positive and Productive; Last of the clan

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August 27, 2009 3:43 by



Nakheel cuts customers a deal

Nakheel strikes a deal with off-plan property owners, allowing them to sell their properties at a significant discount to new buyers, reports the Financial Times.

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Yahoo! To buy Maktoob.com

Undoubtedly the biggest announcement in the media industry this week, Maktoob.com and Yahoo! announced in a joint conference on Tuesday that the global search engine provider bought a significant stake in Jordan-based Maktoob.com. Click here to see to Maktoob Business’s report.

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Writer Harvey Pekar Collaborates With Comic Artists on the Web

Harvey Pekar’s back. Best known for his comic series American Splendor, Pekar  launched The Pekar Project, a collaborative online comic launched by Smith Magazine, reports Wired.

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Emotional Health In Down Times: 5 Steps to Staying Positive and Productive

Having a hard time staying positive? So are we. The Huffington Post has a number of suggestions to beat the blues.

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Last of the clan

“Edward Kennedy, a liberal champion, has died. Who could fill the gap he has left?” asks The Economist.

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The Best Money Show You’ll Never See

After the double tragedy involving one of the contestants on Megan Wants a Millionaire, the show has been cancelled. Too bad, it would’ve been hilariously bad show to watch, says Slate.com.



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