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February 13

February 13

Am I Poor Yet?; Our Corporate Saviors; Dubai's Architecture is Beyond Crass; The Worst Valentine's Movies; 25 People to Blame for the Financial Crisis; Make the World Smaller

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February 12, 2009 4:49 by



Am I Poor Yet?

Rather than “How much do I want?” it’s the “How little can I live on?” scenario currently, says Portfolio, and provides a formula for the new math of your life.

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Something Must Work

As the world economy worsens to the point that the depths grow unfathomable, some actions could have an effect, says The Financial Times.

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Our Corporate Saviors

Newsweek checks out 10 companies that may lead the US out of recession.

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Dubai’s Architecture is Beyond Crass

Dubai has been built on the premise that nothing succeeds like excess, says Germaine Greer from The Guardian. The comments disagreeing with her are a great read.

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Caveat Surfer

Consumers are rushing online. But comparison sites are suffering too, says The Economist.

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The Worst Valentine’s Movies

Slate exposes the gritty underbelly of Valentine’s Day with this short video highlighting films about murder, obsession, and killer love letters.

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Financial Advisers’ Best Ideas

Business Week spoke to 14 veteran financial advisers about how they are positioning their client’s portfolios right now.

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25 People to Blame for the Financial Crisis

Former US President George Bush and the American consumer are two of the 25 people blamed by Time for the financial crisis.

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25 Valentine’s Day Bailout Hearts

Another 25. This time from Business Pundit, who has created a variety of Valentine’s hearts with economy-related quips on his blog.

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Make the World Smaller

The secret to being the best in the world is to make the ‘world’ smaller, says blogger Seth Godin.




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