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Six Things You Must Do in Dubai; Snail's Pace; The Great Recession; Weapons to Annihilate Office Boredom; 30 Newsreader Fails; High-Priced CEOs: Worth the Money?
September 24, 2009 4:19 by kippreport
Six Things You Must Do in Dubai
The emirate deserves its place in the top tier of world city-break destinations, says the Daily Mail, and lists the things you must not miss in Dubai.
According to the International Monetary Fund, recovery from this recession is likely to take several years. The Economist explains why.
The Great Recession
The recession isn’t over until it’s over, says Robert Borosage in the Huffington Post, adding that there is still some time before we can start celebrating.
Bahrain’s Struggle Between the Dead and the Living
Can Bahrain protect its huge concentration of graves dating from the Bronze Age, and still meet the contemporary needs of its people, asks The New York Times.
Your Friend Has Sent You a Photo!
Slate talks about the dangers of social spam, and why it is getting tougher to spot it.
High-Priced CEOs: Worth the Money?
Using data from Capital IQ, Business Week tallies up the total compensation for CEOs and other top executives at the US’s largest companies over the last decade.
The wealthy are not ready to part with their Louis Vuitton purses and Hublot watches, but they are placing a higher premium on exclusivity, says Portfolio.
Weapons to Annihilate Office Boredom
Wired checks out some tiny and easy-to- build weapons created by toy designer John Austin Tiny that can keep you occupied at work.
30 Newsreader Fails
Telegraph lists some of the most baffling onscreen errors made by journalists.
10 Things Global Warming Could Change Forever
From a green Sahara to a desert Amazon, Oddee checks out some of the most frightening predictions of global warming.