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More Three-Day Weekends! Hello Nano; The Case of an American Muslim; Living Rooms on Wheels; Some Online Business Models Still Suck; 12 Most Ridiculous Lawsuits

March 26, 2009 5:11 by



More Three-Day Weekends!

It comes with a catch-one day is unpaid- but it still beats layoffs, says Slate.

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The Monarch Who Declared His Own Revolution

King Abdullah, 85, is racing to reform Saudi Arabia. How much can he accomplish, and will it last, asks Newsweek.

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The Crash-Test Solution

Few people saw the downturn coming and scientists are working to make sure the crisis never happens again, says Portfolio.

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Hello Nano

The Economist tells the story of Tat’s Nano, the world’s cheapest car as it goes on sale.

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The Case of an American Muslim

The Washington Post says that the US allegedly played a role in the detention of an American in the UAE.

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Some Online Business Models Still Suck

Bloggers, affiliate network members, even eBayers still find jackpots online, but not every online model makes money, says blogger Business Pundit.

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10 Ways to Use Texting for Business

Inc gives you texting trips to improve your business in 140 characters or less.

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The Most Outrageous Rip-Offs

The Plagiarius Awards are given out to some of the best examples of product rip-offs. Business Week lists some of this year’s winners.

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Living Rooms on Wheels

Fast Company checks out 10 cars that much offer more than driving.

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12 Most Ridiculous Lawsuits

From a man who sued Budweiser for not getting him beautiful women, to a German playboy who sued a 19-year-old for refusing to sleep with him, Oddee has it all.




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