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Slumdogs vs. Millionaires; What Did People Do on the Web in 1996? Cars Bankers Can't Afford to Drive Anymore; Signs of the Economic Apocalypse; 10 Creative Escalator Ads; Full Disclosure

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February 26, 2009 2:03 by



 

Slumdogs vs. Millionaires

What do Wall Street execs have in common with the world’s poorest people? Plenty, says Newsweek.

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Don’t Believe the Dubai Hype, Good or Bad

The UAE economy is sliding, but it’s not Armageddon says Eckart Woertz in Forbes.

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Full Disclosure

The case for transparency in financial markets is not clear-cut, says the Economist, and explains why.

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What Did People Do on the Web in 1996?

The internet of 1996 is almost unrecognizable compared with what we have today, says Slate.

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Is Marketing Evil?

Marketing works, but some of the marketers are evil, says blogger Seth Godin.

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5 Little Known Facts about the Academy Awards

Business Pundit goes beyond the star-studded red carpet to find out some not very well-known facts about the Oscars.

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8 Tips for Managing Staff through Hard Times

Company heads tell Inc how they tap the potential of their employees and keep them happy during the tough times.

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Cars Bankers Can’t Afford to Drive Anymore

As the bonuses of bankers dry up, the sales of luxury cars will follow suit, says Business Week and checks out the cars that everyone will only dream about driving this year.

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Signs of the Economic Apocalypse

Lately, the signs of a coming economic catastrophe have become too numerous to ignore, says Portfolio and lists some of them.

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10 Creative Escalator Ads

Oddee checks out some of  most creative uses of escalators in advertising campaigns.




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