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Business & Tech
Information overload leads to stress, especially when much of that information is useless
Dismiss the call/response form of tweeting if you will, but the entertaining distraction can yield some comic gems
Detroit has a lot to learn from Silicon Valley, but Silicon Valley should take notes too
By age 2, 92% of American children have an online footprint. What does that do to their psyches?
Why Virginia Rometty’s IBM appointment is a real turning point
… shouldn’t throw stones at Occupy Wall Street
Peer pressure has never had such a powerful impact on your purchasing decisions
Americans see the national economic crisis through the media prism. Is it time for a news blackout?
Women overseas are reaching new heights professionally. Here’s what we can learn from our emerging market counterparts
As the recession lurches on, retailers have adjusted their marketing tactics to appeal to your hoarding instinct
They’re just like the 99%, but they throw better weddings
After a decade of reckless overconsumption, why is buying more stuff still expected to save the economy?