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The Cost of Swine Flu

Can the epidemic take down global markets, asks Newsweek.

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Gulf Must Learn Lessons of Crisis

We have yet to see a collective Arab response to the crisis, because the region believes that the crisis is western rather than global, says the Financial Times.

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Killer on the Loose in the Gulf

Diabetes is costing many people in the region their lives, reports AFP, and says that sedentary lifestyles and bad eating habits are to blame for it.

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Behind closed doors

It’s a hard struggle to shed light on arbitration cases, as they  operate in a climate of secrecy , says the Economist.

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The Kindest Cut

Slate checks out which meat harms our planet the least.

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25 Men Behind the Financial Crisis

While no single person orchestrated the financial crisis, there were some key players involved, says blogger Business Pundit and names a few.

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America’s Weirdest Businesses

Inc pays tribute to 30 companies for their entrepreneurial daring.

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What Your Gadget Really Costs

Business Week uses information from market research company iSuppli to tear down popular gadgets and find out the price of their component parts.

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How Low Can You Go?

Portfolio calculates the declining prices in the art world.

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The Coolest Schools in the World

Fast Company compiles a slideshow of the finalists for World Architecture News’ Educational Building of the Year.




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