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    Unlike caffeine-packed drinks that increase anxiety, Slow Cow contains calming ingredients like camomile and passiflora. Slow Cow, whose tongue-in-cheek logo did not amuse Red Bull, may have discovered an unmet need. read more »
    America is a country of illiterates - financial illiterates that is. In a 2004 survey, only 18% of baby boomers answered a simple compound interest problem correctly. read more »
    Add together the declining markets, an imploding finance sector and the millionaires who ripped off other millionaires, these are tough times for the wealthy. And now - they are the favorite target of politicians. read more »
    It is the hot new thing on Wall Street, a way to peek at investors’ orders and, critics say, even manipulate share prices. It is called "high-frequency trading". read more »
    David Standish, the author of The Art of Money, shares his picks of some of the best designed and spectacular currency notes of the world. read more »
    Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz credited profit margin improvements, cost savings and attention brought to the category by its rival's big-budget McCafe launch with helping to improve Starbucks' same-store sales. read more »
    Sales of existing homes rose for the 3rd month in a row in June - which hasn't happened since early 2004. Stocks jumped on the news, with the Dow Jones rising above 9,000 for the first time since early January. read more »
    The first wave of postmortems on the crash suggests that the roots of Wall Street’s crisis were not structural (i.e. regulations, incentives) or cognitive (i.e. incompetence) so much as they were psychological. read more »
    Most countries of the world have taken significant hits to their unemployment rates during this crisis - however some have fared better, some worse. Here's a comparison. read more »
    Over 700,000 cases of suspected financial wrongdoing were recorded in the US last year. Financial institutions filed nearly 13% more reports of fraud compared with 2007, accounting for almost half of the total increase. read more »
    "I'm not wanted in this state."
    "How many young women work here?"
    "My weaknesses are that I am an alcoholic and do not deserve this job" read more »
    How large is a trillion dollars, really? read more »
    Deutsche Bank confirmed it faces a criminal investigation into spying allegations. Sources say the firm already dismissed two top executives following an internal investigation. read more »
    Fortune 500 firms with the best records of putting women at the top were 18 to 69 percent more profitable than the median companies in their industries. read more »
    Internet traffic is continuing its blistering speed of growth: 50% per year. However, it is not just an American phenomenon anymore: China has taken the lead from the US as the largest internet audience. read more »



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