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Hell hath no fury like a Swedish ex-model; 12 coolest cubicles and work spaces; Dubai property merger blocked

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Dubai property merger blocked

Emaar and Dubai Holding’s merger was called off last week, causing yet more turmoil in Dubai’s trouble financial markets, reports the Financial Times.

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Hell hath no fury like a Swedish ex-model

Newsweek reports on Elin Nordegren Woods, Tiger Woods’s scorned wife, and debunks the “myth of the angry black woman.”

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How to mend fences with Pakistan

After years of tension and political spates between Pakistan and the US, Asif Ali Zardari, contributor to The New York Times, explores how they can achieve peace (if at all).

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12 coolest cubicles and work spaces

And no, your office didn’t make Oddee’s list. Neither did ours.

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Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize speech notes irony if award during wartime

US President Obama acknowledges the criticism he’s received for his Nobel prize, but insists that his actions, both politically and economically, will be successful. The Huffington Post reports.

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Wireless brain-to-computer connection synthesizes speech

You know what this means? It means those who are unable to communicate because they’re paralyzed can use their brain waves to communicate through a computer. Read more in Wired.



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