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    Monocle Magazine has announced their annual ranking of most liveable cities. Zurich comes in top place mainly for its vast investment in transport. Copenhagen and Tokyo took 2nd and 3rd spots. read more »
    Jane and Michael Stern chart America's best food stops in "500 Things to Eat Before It's Too Late". read more »
    Christy Walton, widow of John Walton tops the list at $20 billion. At number 20, Rosalia Mera of Spain is a self-made billionaire who started out making gowns and lingerie at home. read more »
    In his latest NY Times Article, Nicholas D. Kristof argues that success depends less on intellectual endowment than on perseverance and drive. read more »
    The California-based "In-N-Out Burger" won top nods for its burger in second annual survey of fast food chains. Wendy's, Burger King, McDonald's and Whataburger rounded out the top five. read more »
    It made the announcement at its annual developers conference where it also unveiled a new iPhone 3GS. The "S" stands for speed, said Apple, because hardware improvements speed up common tasks such as rendering graphic read more »
    The debt levels of college graduates vary greatly, and surprisingly, students from Iowa take the top spot in debt levels. read more »
    As turbulent economic times continue to influence our financial strategies, how about a lesson from celebrities! read more »
    A former executive producer at ABC's Good Morning America and Ben Sherwood has written a new book, The Survivors Club: The Secrets and Science That Could Save Your Life, that discusses, what you can do to survive a cra read more »
    Here are some of the most spectacular pools around the globe. Add them to your list of "places I want to see before I die". read more »
    A man on a quest to visit every Starbucks in the world has a problem: Starbucks is closing some of the stores he has yet to visit. read more »
    It's the holy grail of rentals: A home smack on the beach, where your terrace is just a shell's throw from the sand and the first thing you see when you sit up in the morning is an unobstructed view of turquoise sea. read more »
    Philip Broughton, who received a Harvard MBA and wrote about his experiences there in his book, calls the three-letter acronym "scarlet letters of shame," and suggests they stand for "Masters of the Business Apocalyp read more »
    In his new book, The Richest Man in Town, Worth magazine founder W. Randall Jones writes about his search to identify the richest men or women in 100 towns across the U.S. Here are their stories. read more »
    Despite the twists and turns of the economy and the inherent riskiness of the restaurant business, these favorites have demonstrated staying power by becoming the oldest continously run restaurants in the U.S. read more »



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