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    The Time magazine reports that the typical non-hourly worker will see a 1.8% bump in salary, which, is the smallest in at least 33 years. In real terms, this corresponds to a salary decline. read more »
    This experiment with monkeys is eerily similar to how corporate memory drives policies and decisions in many organizations: Put eight monkeys in a room. In the middle of the room is a ladder, leading to a bunch of banan read more »
    Attending an interview with the intent to impress the hiring manager is dangerous if you go about it in the wrong way. Here are the five most deadly, yet, common interview mistakes. read more »
    The inspiration for IKEA's philosophy came when the founder Ingvar Kamprad tried taking the legs off of a chair to fit it into a car. He was so irritated by the experience that he developed the concept of flat pack des read more »
    This is a real step forward in banking convenience. The new USAA Deposit@Mobile feature expands on the bank's existing iPhone application, which lets customers check their balances, transfer funds, and find ATMs. read more »
    Navigating the process of finding stimulus funds and bidding on projects can be a complex and time-consuming process for business owners. Here is an interactive map that shows where these funds have been appropriated. read more »
    This is from Barry Ritholtz's blog. It is interesting to note that there are no US ports in the top 10, and only three in the top 25. read more »
    RadioShack recently announced that it is renaming itself to be known as The Shack and launched a campaign to get consumers used to the new image. Here's a look at a few other notable name changes and their stories. read more »
    The finding is likely to increase public hostility towards the financial sector, which has been under political pressure to ease the burden on consumers after being bailed out by taxpayers. read more »
    Last year marked the first annual decline in births since the start of the decade and ending an American baby boomlet. Some experts believe the downturn in the economy best explains the drop in maternity. read more »
    Years before Madoff burst into the scene with his massive Ponzi scheme, Erin Arvedlund wrote an exposé, questioning his investment returns. Madoff responded: "It's a proprietary strategy. I can't go into details". read more »
    We've been down the bailout road before. The assistance can take the form of capital injection, backing of debt or co-signing in the acquisition of new loans. read more »
    UnitedHealth and rival carriers have demonstrated their maneuvering skills behind the scenes in Washington. They have already shaped health-care reform for their own benefit, regardless of what happens after now. read more »
    PSFK has developed an interesting research and ranking of brands, based on their "good"ness. Despite the vague nature of that description, the ranking somehow makes sense: Google, Apple and Zipcar have taken the top s read more »
    Seth Godin presents an interesting hypothesis and evidence to support it: There seems to be a correlation between how much interaction there is and how powerful a medium is of all media channels. read more »



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