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The Show That Counts; They May not Want the Bomb; Why Energy Demand will Rebound; Lebanon’s Facade of Unity Exposed; Get Mine; The World's Most Luxurious Trains

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Women Chip Away at Barriers to Advancement

Political, social and economic factors have combined to allow an increase in equal opportunities in the UAE despite continuing male resistance, reports the Financial Times.

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The Show That Counts

Newsweek’s Lisa Guernsey tells us how Sesame Street changed the world.

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They May not Want the Bomb

What we know about Iran is wrong, explains Fareed Zakaria in Newsweek.

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Get Mine

 Could a personalized magazine help save print media, asks Slate?

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Why Energy Demand will Rebound

Demand for energy will return, and oil prices could spike anew as soon as the world economy recovers, says Forbes.

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Saudi Warns of $150 Oil within Three Years
Saudi Arabia warned oil prices could spike to beyond the near $150 record high of 2008 within three years, says the Financial Times.
 

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Lebanon’s Facade of Unity Exposed
The campaign for the parliamentary elections in June has revealed a country still divided by fear and hatred despite the Doha accord designed to avert civil war, says Roula Khalaf of the Financial Times.
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6 Ways to Be a Better CEO

Entrepreneurs tend to be perfectionists, and are typically demanding of themselves, says Inc, and lists some ways for them to get better at their jobs.

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 16 Creative Ads
Oddee lists 16 creative ads in unusual places.
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The World’s Most Luxurious Trains
Business Week takes you on a tour of 17 of the world’s most opulent trains.
 

 



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