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To Close the Gender Gap, What Needs to Change — Women or the System?

Samsung: A Hardware Manufacturer Seeking Its Software Side

2013 Hurricane Season Begins

Best-Selling Author: “If I Weren’t a Writer, I Would Be Homeless”

When Dividends Pay Dividends — and When They Don’t

Dell warns of risks of remaining a public company—Yahoo! News

When Dividends Pay Dividends — and When They Don’t

Marital Strife

Same-sex Marriage: What’s at Stake for Corporate America

The Four Question Wealth Test

Check Your Connections: Is Your Social Network Strong?

China on the Move

Watch out, internet: Dave Winer is back in the business of making blogging tools

“But what do people really think?”

Is the Party Over? The Unintended Consequences of Office Social Events

A Buffett Rule Worth Following

It’s a Woman’s World

Create a vacuum, don’t fill it

Humana’s CEO on Obamacare: ‘We’re Concerned About What We Don’t Know’

13 Tips to Get Business Teams to Use Your CRM System

Information and Communication Technology — These statistics estimate capitalized and noncapitalized spending in 2011 for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) equipment and computer software at the sector level, as well as at the North American In

Panasonic plans $2.7 billion of fresh restructuring—Yahoo! News

How Much the World’s Most Iconic Logos Cost Companies to Design Them

Apple aims to win over video editors

For Some Retired Singles, “The Golden Girls” May Be a Model Future

Bye-bye minivans, sales slump while CUVs surge

Blackberry’s Z10: It’s All About the Keyboard

How Disruptive Behavior by Employees Can Devastate a Workplace

Review: Write for iPhone brings easy Markdown writing for Dropbox users | Macworld

Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month: May 2013

Guest Services

Why “Pay For Performance” Is a Sham

Karen Schmitt’s Rise to the Top of the Reinsurance Industry

Heart repair breakthroughs replace surgeon’s knife

Boomer job seekers: Consider an online portfolio

Joe Fresh Boosts J.C. Penney — But Will It Last?

Best Buy poised to ax its venture capital unit

7 tips for the perfect boomer résumé

Boomers: Make the most of LinkedIn job search

Big Data Success Is All in the Analysis

Economic Conditions Snapshot, March 2013

India’s Five Thoughts on China

AP wins big: Why a court said clipping content is not fair use

Take Your Search for a Job Offline

Science Fiction Comes Alive as Researchers Grow Organs in Lab

Markdown — MacSparky

Next Stop, Innovation: What’s Ahead for Urban Mobility?

Get out of junk stocks now

The computer knows who you are

Game Over

Facebook’s social status can’t cement its future

And Now, a Few Words about Reality and Context

How would Peter Drucker develop a marketing plan? 12 ideas

Best Careers In Health Care For Job Security

Does Germany Want to Split-up the Eurozone?

When Banks Outweigh an Economy

The Best Cities for New College Grads in 2013—Yahoo! Finance

Your Next Smartphone Screen May Be Made of Sapphire

Global Fund’s Jaramillo: ‘If You Are Sure, Move Very Fast

Creating a “Daytime Living Room”

In (Slight) Defense of the Eurocrats

Building your backlist (and living with it forever)

Ancient Egyptian Sundial Discovered at Valley of the Kings—Yahoo! News

How to remove ‘Yontoo’ adware Trojan from your OS X system | MacFixIt—CNET Reviews

Apple adds two-step authentication option for iCloud, Apple IDs | Macworld

Fewer U.S. Households Have Debt, But Those Who Do Have More, Census Bureau Reports

Data-Driven Companies Outperform Competitors Financially

County-to-County Moves Across U.S.

Memo to Staff: Take More Risks

Does Germany Want to Split-up the Eurozone?

Does Samsung really need three CEOs?

What Does Your Email Say About You?

Your Resume’s Kiss of Death: 10 Words to Avoid

Lead Generation – Do Not Presume You Are Not Needed

The Yahoo Smart and Simple Guide to Starting a Business: Part 1- Goals, Values and Ideas

Is It Time To Start Up That Startup Business?

Outgoing Bank of Japan head warns no quick fix to Japan’s deflation

Welcome to the new off-white America.

Workers Saving Too Little to Retire—Yahoo! Finance

7 Galaxy S4 Features You Can Get On Your iPhone Today

Watch: Sheryl Sandberg Creates ‘Lean In’ Circles Across US

What Peter Drucker Would Be Reading

India’s Internet opportunity

Articles by William Cohen

Peter Drucker and the art of accomplishing more with less

Can the U.S. Meet Its Aging Population’s Health Care Needs?

CIOs Can Be Catalysts for Change in the Postdigital Enterprise

Family Affair

Use Shiller P/E at your own risk

Top 15 Most Popular Job Websites

Can You Really Make A Career Change In One Year?

Radio frequency chip makers tune in to smartphone race—Yahoo! News

Amazon’s sellers unhappy about fee hikes, eye rivals—Yahoo! News

Malls must move beyond shopping to survive in Internet era

China replaces Britain in world’s top five arms exporters: report

Tightening the Noose: Can the SEC and Its New Chairman Be Tougher on Wall Street?

The 10 happiest states in the U.S.

The 21st Century’s Sexiest Job? Data Scientist

When Machine Goes from Servant to Master

Global Currency Battles: A Waiting Disaster or a Win for All?

In the Developing World, MOOCs Start to Get Real

Census: Record 1 in 3 US counties are now dying

Oil and Gas Boom Driving Population Growth in the Great Plains

7 Tips to Help IT Leaders Make Their Business an International Success

‘Contagious’: Jonah Berger on Why Things Catch On

The Church’s Choice

Are You Ready For Your Strategic Profile?

“You’ve got ping, but they’ve got no pong”

Apple, on Defense, Slams Samsung

New Job a Mistake? Tips for a Fast Exit

Hedge Fund Does the Math on Hotel Owner

Workers with a Disability Less Likely to be Employed, More Likely to Hold Jobs with Lower Earnings, Census Bureau Reports

Fewer Children are in Private Schools, More in Charters: Working Paper Explores Possible Links

Required Minimum Distributions Can Cause Your Tax Bracket to Rise

A Smaller Slice of the Pie: Why Technology Is No Longer Creating Jobs

How ‘The Road Not Taken’ May Be Undermining Your Choices

When Working at Home Is Productive, and When It’s Not

The Best and Worst Times to Share on Facebook, Twitter

Can a New Culture Fix Troubled Companies?

Ewald-Heinrich von Kleist, Anti-Hitler Plotter, Dies at 90

What Peter Drucker Would Be Reading

Choose your customers first

Smartphone use among U.S. teens is up sharply: survey—Yahoo! News

Apple’s iPad to fall behind Android as tablet war grows—Yahoo! News

‘Best obituary ever’ written for eccentric Mississippi father

Alien Life May Be Rare Across the Universe

Ewald-Heinrich von Kleist, Anti-Hitler Plotter, Dies at 90

How to Avoid 15 Common IT Resume Mistakes

Peter Drucker vs. Sheryl Sandberg

Former CFO Erin Callan Regrets Not Having Children, Reignites Work-Life Balance Debate

The Downsizing of Law Schools

Urban Outfitters

Should You Be Worried About Credit Report Inquiries?

Yahoo’s Mayer gets internal flak for more rigorous hiring—Yahoo! News

43rd Earth Day: April 22, 2013

Top Law School Cuts Admissions by 10%

Some Weird Things I Just Learned About Email

Daniel Pink on Why ‘To Sell Is Human’

Steven Ujifusa on William Francis Gibbs and His Ships

Global growth is burning out and fading away

5 tech CEOs in the hot seat

Your Employee Is an Online Celebrity. Now What Do You Do?

True or False: These Tests Can Tell if You Are Right for This Job

The iPhone’s biggest flaw

The hypocrisy in Silicon Valley’s big talk on innovation—SFGate

Prospect categories

Presentation ideas

Master Radar

Demand for tech skills keeps headhunters busy

Microsites idea becomes a reality at Populr.me

An iPhone Lover’s Take On The Nexus 4

Sony Chairman Howard Stringer Says He’ll Retire in June

Edible Economics: Making Food Choices Through an Economic Lens

NYC pension funds join effort to replace two HP directors—Yahoo! News

Variable Annuity Watch, 2012

The Impossibility of Complete Testing

Older Americans Month: May 2013

Warts and All

Bank Shot

Next Intel CEO to guide new business, maybe Apple deal—Yahoo! News

Book Report: Spring Reading for a Fresh Start

Life Expectancy: Guessing How Long Your Money Will Last

Dow hits a record, but who’s reaping the rewards?—latimes.com

Tips on how to buy the best car

Winning with IT in consumer packaged goods

More Americans Working Remotely

Talking It Out: The New Conversation-centered Leadership

Michael Mauboussin on the ‘Success Equation’

Why the GOP must come to terms with George W. Bush’s disastrous presidency

The REAL Death Of The Music Industry

Simplify Networking: Apply the 70-20-10 Rule

Hugo Chávez, Venezuela’s Polarizing Leader, Dies at 58

Office Stress: His vs. Hers

Why Long-term Debt Solutions Require a Break from Sequestered Thinking

Andrew Mason’s Biggest Regrets

The Hazards of Celebrity Endorsements in the Age of Twitter

Big data in the age of the telegraph

What Peter Drucker Would Be Reading

How to extract Preview’s signatures for use in other applications | MacFixIt—CNET Reviews

Venture capital kingpin Kleiner Perkins acknowledges weak results

Understanding local media

10-point checklist for choosing an adviser

Work til you’re 85—and beat Social Security

IRA and Roth tax perks get better

5 Ways to Job Hunt Using Facebook

Silicon Valley is having an architectural breakthrough

In China, ‘red nobility’ trumps egalitarian ideals

Megacommuters: 600,000 in U.S. Travel 90 Minutes and 50 Miles to Work, and 10.8 Million Travel an Hour Each Way, Census Bureau Reports

More than 150,000 Tennesseans have commutes of at least 60 minutes

IT Services Spending Power Shifts Away From IT Leaders

China’s real estate bubble

What Will China’s Likely Carbon Tax Mean?

Kilkenomics: A Festival Where the ‘Dismal Science’ Meets Comedy

How I went paperless with Hazel and Evernote | Macworld

MIT Technology Review’s List of 50 Disruptive Companies for 2013 | MIT Technology Review

Brad Feld, Managing Director

The Founder of 21st Century Management: Peter Drucker

Analysis: Daimler CEO Zetsche unveils his last-chance saloon—Yahoo! News

Swiss back executive pay curbs in referendum

Analysis: Long haul ahead for Britain’s struggling economy—Yahoo! News

Drucker Delivers; Ohmae, Almost

Finding a Common Language for Disaster-resistant Supply Chains

Helping Employees to Be Healthier: How About a Sweepstakes?

A Smart Investor Would Skip the M.B.A.

Vanderbilt renews effort to turn research ideas into cash

Firemen First

Tips for increasing the longevity of your Mac | MacFixIt—CNET Reviews

Nancy Brinker’s Education on the Road to Eradicating Breast Cancer

Brazil is trying to restart its economic growth spurt

Required Minimum Distributions: Not Such a Bad Thing After All

Where Does Innovation Happen — at Home or at Work?

Jeremy Siegel on Why Stocks Are — and Will Remain — the Best Bet

Harvard Business Review and Fifth Global Peter Drucker Forum Form Partnership

Mobile Computing Is Just Getting Started

Top 5 Dating Deal-Breakers

China Bank Securitizing U.S. Loans

Journalist Bob Woodward Clashes With White House Over Sequester Report—Yahoo! News

American Housing Survey for Selected Metropolitan Areas

Can Complexity Thinking Fix Capitalism?

You can’t change everything or everyone, but you can change the people who matter

Try Not to Die of Boredom (At Least Not While Reading This Post)

Students Are Unprepared For The Job Market Because Their Parents Are Their Mentors

Apple CEO says he feels shareholders’ pain, urges long view—Yahoo! News

Economy barely expands in fourth quarter, brighter days ahead—Yahoo! News

iTunes U surpasses 1 billion downloads | Macworld

Health Care Activist Steve Davis: Avoiding the ‘I’ll Give Back Later’ Trap

Loretta Swit (Major Margaret “Hot Lips” Houlihan)

Journalist Bob Woodward Clashes With White House Over Sequester Report—Yahoo! News

Journalist Bob Woodward Clashes With White House Over Sequester Report—Yahoo! News

‘Surprise Singles’ Face Tough Decisions

Sheryl Sandberg on Women, Work, and the Need to ‘Lean In’

Decline in Employment-Based Health Insurance

Facebook Nudges Users to Catalog the Real World

The Home Office in the Spotlight

Why home workers don’t make the C-suite

Engaging boards on the future of marketing

Mexican towns, once frozen with fear, now frozen in time

Work Rules You Should Break

Korean operators warn Europe of “curse” of 4G networks

Pentagon F-35 program chief lashes Lockheed, Pratt—Yahoo! News

30 Percent of Adults Receiving Government Assistance Have a Disability

Apple: Why bad news just keeps on coming

How to Deal with 10 Types of Difficult Bosses

8 Secrets of Sexually Satisfied Couples

The Positive Side Of Negative Thinking

The Giving Pledge Goes Global

For Many Smokers, It’s Quitting Time

The Right Way for Yahoo to Get Its Employees to Come to the Office

Lights Flicker on the Nook

China’s premature overheating

Xerox dominated the office of yesterday with its copiers, laser printers, and fax machines. Now Ursula Burns is trying to strengthen its role in the offices of tomorrow. Since becoming CEO in 2009, she has increased Xerox’s sales of IT-related services, li

TED conference is speaking to the masses — and drawing criticism

4 New LinkedIn Features for Job Seekers—CIO.com

The How-To Guide for LinkedIn—CIO.com

Working from home is a dead-end job

Information Security: ‘Only as Strong as the Weakest Link in the Chain’

Male Nurses Becoming More Commonplace,

The Problem with Our Data Obsession

The Microsoft CEO explains the strategy behind his company’s most ambitious and strangest major product.

Apple signals emerging-market rethink with India push

Average Americans are feeling pain of U.S. debt

Tapping into the power of mindfulness

Is Smart Making Us Dumb?

The 10 most miserable cities in America—Yahoo! Homes

College Courses Expand Online

Which Emerging Markets Are the Best Bets for Health Care Returns?

Why your boss is dumping your wife

This Old Housing Bubble?

Boeing proposes full 787 battery fix to FAA: sources

Nashville economy ranks 37th among U.S. metropolitan areas

The Sacred Cows of Taxation

The Innovation Efficiency Index | MIT Technology Review

The Social Network That Really Matters to Startups

Why The Hiring System Is Failing

Will Lenovo make things worse for Dell?

9 Tips for How to Use Operating Level Agreements in Multisourcing

6 Innovations That Will Change Healthcare

Why a ‘Balanced’ Portfolio May Not Work

The 5 biggest lies on Wall Street

Historical Returns

Revamped GED Faces First Big Challenge

Why Are Hospitals in India Offering Luxury Services?

We Have No Doubt You’re Going to Love This Post. On Second Thought, Maybe We Have a Few Doubts.

Profitably parting ways: Getting more value from divestitures

Coursera Adds 29 Schools, 90 Courses And 3 New Languages To Its Online Learning Platform

Online-education provider Coursera announced Thursday that 29 more schools have signed on to offer massive, open, online courses, dubbed MOOCs. The new partners include Northwestern University, IE Business School in Spain and National Taiwan University, an

It’s possible to love your job and get a good salary too: You just have to work for the right company.

Investors Can’t Hide from the Fiscal Cliff

Logan’s Roadhouse names new CEO

2012 Housing Vacancy Survey Annual Statistics

Free Speech in the Era of Its Technological Amplification

3 Public Universities Made List of 15 Schools With the Wealthiest Alumni

Comic-Con: The Sold-out Super Bowl of Pop Culture

Business center to help Vt. vets make or grow jobs

Careers That Hollywood Over-Hypes

The Most Useful College Degrees

What Should You Stop Doing?

Forget the big comeback; Detroit focuses on what can be saved

What Women Want … at Work

Sony set to make pre-emptive strike on Microsoft with PS4—Yahoo! News

Security group suspects Chinese military is behind hacking attacks

Younger vets still struggle as jobs scene improves

What Peter Drucker Would Be Reading

Tapping the strategic potential of boards

Creating remote presentations with Messages | Macworld

McKinsey Tries to Recruit Mothers Who Left the Fold

Irish-American Heritage Month (March)

American Indian and Alaska Native Poverty Rate About 50 Percent in Rapid City, S.D., and About 30 Percent in Five Other Cities, Census Bureau Reports

Pinterest’s Founder: Algorithms Don’t Know What You Want

An Insider’s View of The New York Times

Road Rage

15 Top Cities for Tech Startups

Boston, Mass.

A Degree Drawn in Red Ink

Marriage: now even more taxing

Arts-Focused Colleges Rack Up Most Debt

LifePoint Hospitals to cut workforce

Push to Gauge Value of College Gains Steam

Africa Mercy: Hospital of hope

‘Feminine Mystique’: 50 Years Later, Dated But Not Irrelevant

Why Our Gun Debate Is Off Target

Is Raising the Minimum Wage a Good Idea?

Pressure Points: Where Tax Reform Can Be Most Effective

Will Israel’s “Iron Dome” help bring peace?

Is it Time to Remove Telecommuting Barriers for IT Workers?

Gun ban would protect more than 2,200 firearms

6 Habits Of Instantly Likeable People

Best hotels of 2013

Anne-Marie Slaughter: Forget ‘Having It All’ — Own What You Want

Rise of Internet learning creates digital divide

Does Apple really assign engineers to “fake” projects as a loyalty test?

Ancient asteroid strike in Australia “changed face of earth”

For money manager, a hard fall from a lofty perch

Acadia Healthcare CEO refines growth plan

The Reemergence of Mergers

Is a famous thinker better than a great one?

Why Business Schools Teach Transparency but Practice Ambiguity

Why Being the Last Interview of the Day Could Crush Your Chances

Tyco’s Ed Breen: During a Crisis, ‘Spend a Lot of Time on the Big Swings’

Six Careers for People Who Don’t Like People

Flexible Degrees that Busy People Can Earn

Six Careers That Are Built to Last

What’s The Hottest Career Field? Health Care

Five Jobs That Aren’t Worth Your Time

Degrees Employers Hate and Love

For Couch Potato Investors, 2012 Was a Good Year for Margaritas

Picking the right tax pro

Consumers sitting on $9 billion in old iPhones

The Human Cost of Territorial Disputes

What Defines Success in the Mobile Race?

Behind the World Press Photo of the Year—CNN.com

Obama’s 2013 State of the Union Address

How to Give Killer Presentations by Thinking Like a Writer

Apple’s Next Innovation: TV

New CEO? Prove That You’re A Keeper

The high cost of a cheap college

Connecting Bangalore’s Business Community to the Political Process

Innovation Through Renovation

Samsung Judo

DevonThink, Digital Research and the Paperless Dream By Rachel Leow

Shore Shifted by Storm

Skype calls now equivalent to one-third of global phone traffic

A Bold New Direction for Japan’s Economy

Configuring your Mac’s network settings | Macworld

Farm Boom Sows Jobs Bounty

Warren Buffett and Brazilian financier Jorge Paulo Lemann are teaming up to buy ketchup maker H.J. Heinz Co for $23.2 billion, in what could be the first step of a wave of mergers for the food and beverage industry.

Targeted Hacking Forces a New Reality on Antivirus Companies

Leader of Realtors’ group Don Klein to step down

Low Interest Rates Endanger Life Insurance Policies

O’Charley’s Mickey Mills promoted to president

Board governance depends on where you sit

The 10 Most Important Questions You Will Ever Ask About Your Organization

Welcome to the Malware-Industrial Complex

There goes the neighborhood: mansions in distress—Yahoo! Homes

CEOs Fly Coach? Business Travel Turns Frugal

What Peter Drucker Would Be Reading

Insurance: The Most Misunderstood Industry

Nurse Practitioners Are In — and Why You May Be Seeing More of Them

President Obama brought his agenda back to the basics in the first State of the Union address of his second term, with a stripped-down economic prescription that bore the scars of four years marked by frustration.

New York City Suburb Has Highest Concentration of High-Income Households, Census Bureau Reports

For Newly Minted M.B.A.s, a Smaller Paycheck Awaits

Papal Pullback

The 10 Most Important Questions You Will Ever Ask About Your Organization

Reverse Mergers: Cross-border Regulation or Cold War with China?

Top Starting Salaries for College Technology Majors CIO.com

Valentine’s Day 2013: Feb. 14

Employment History: 2004 and 2008

2011 Annual Capital Expenditures

Brookdale names Smith new CEO, reports 4Q loss

10 things dating sites won’t tell you

Competing in a digital world: Four lessons from the software industry

Nashville companies find ways to fill tech jobs

Tennessee launches effort to boost $30B export business

The simple form that could save your life

Einhorn case against Apple rests on unusual legal tactic—Yahoo! News

Google’s Schmidt to sell roughly 42 percent of stake—Yahoo! News

MOOCs to the Rescue?

What Readers Want: More Taxpayers, Completely Different Taxes

Bill Clinton’s advice to Democrats: Oppose austerity

Understanding Asia’s conglomerates

Apple weighs dividend boost, stock buyback to appease investors

TN hospitals group sees crisis on horizon with federal reimbursement cuts

Does an ‘A’ in Ethics Have Any Value?

Extra Help for Foreign M.B.A.s

Family Businesses in India Are Heading Back to the Classroom

India’s Kid’s Clothing Market Grows Up

How “Free” Can Generate Real Value

Drucker’s Enduring Questions

Scarcity and abundance in the digital age

10 things the post office won’t tell you

Big MOOC Coursera Moves Closer to Academic Acceptance

Foreign-Born Infographic

Presidents’ Day: Feb. 18, 2013

Women’s History Month: March 2013

CCA to convert to real estate investment trust

New LaunchTN CEO Brock cites innovation ‘momentum’, surveys challenges

Home Is Where The Hard Assets Ought To Be

That’s the Ticket

Not Ready to Retire

How To Work A Conference

Secrets to Earning More in 2013

When Currency Fluctuations Flatten Profits

What Peter Drucker Would Be Reading

Dell Says CEO’s ‘Shut It Down’ Apple Comments ‘Not Relevant’

A Tougher Stand on CEOs With Bad Returns

Restructuring Advisers Find Work in Asia

Ten To-Dos For Young People—YouTube

BlackBerry searching high and low in India, Indonesia—Yahoo! News

Can RIM Reinvent Itself?

Six social-media skills every leader needs

Whole Foods CEO concerned about the whole economy

Top Earners Set to Pay Most, Especially Married People—Yahoo! Finance

Five problems bigger than the national debt

After the Music Stopped: The Financial Crisis, the Response, and the Work Ahead

The Meaning Quotient

Farewell to Fido: A Lesson in Digital Customer Relationship Management

How Manu Chandaria Mastered the African Market

The Restoration of Middle Class Wealth

From the Altar to IPO: The Highs and Lows of Married Business Partners

Americans Rip Up Retirement Plans

Crop of New Law Schools Opens Amid a Lawyer Glut

6 CIOs Share Their Strategic Visions for 2013

India’s Education System Fails to Make the Grade

Should the Boss Send You to Bed?

BlackBerry, Rebuilt, Lives to Fight Another Day

Customers who break things

Daniel Pink: Putting Your Best Pitch Forward in a Society of Salespeople

Increasing the ‘meaning quotient’ of work

Social Security Is a Social Program, Not a Pension Plan

Biotech Firms in Race for Manufacturing Breakthrough

Psst…This Is What Your Co-Worker Is Paid

How Productivity Tools Can Waste Your Time

Europe’s Fundamentals Sink Despite Investment Surge

Meeting America’s Growth Challenge

How Seemingly Irrelevant Ideas Lead to Breakthrough Innovation

Passed Over for a Promotion? How Companies Can Retain the Runner-up

Mapping creates jobs and drives global economic growth

Census Bureau Report Shows Homeownership Rates Among Foreign-Born Increase with Time in the United States and Citizenship

Obama starts push for immigration reform

IT Resume Makeover: Advice for the Tech Pro Who’s Done It All

What Peter Drucker Would Be Reading

What’s next for China?

Revenue Grew in Most Service Sectors in 2011,

Irish-American Heritage Month (March)

10 things small businesses won’t tell you

Bill Gates: My Plan to Fix The World’s Biggest Problems

Don’t Divorce Design from Manufacturing

An Internet for Manufacturing

Ready, Set, Compete: The Benefits of IT Innovation

Insurers Face the ‘Changing Shape’ of Risk

Leadership lessons from the Royal Navy

Retire Here, Not There: Virginia

The Man Who Modernized the Navy

Voting Age Population by Citizenship and Race

Black (African-American) History Month: February 2013

The #1 Career Mistake Capable People Make

Obama and Clinton: The 60 Minutes interview

In Asia’s trend-setting cities, iPhone fatigue sets in

5 Questions Great Job Candidates Ask

9 Things You Wish Job Candidates Knew

4 Vital Interview Questions to Ask

How to find the best medical information online

The Perfect Job Interview in 8 Simple Steps

Superbugs: A ticking time bomb

Why Fox News dropped Sarah Palin

What will Michelle Obama do with 4 more years?

GM rethinks emerging market strategy, hedges on China partner—Yahoo! News

5 Easy Ways To Increase Your Manpower

Eleven things organizations can learn from airports

Technology sinks jobs for middle class

Entrepreneur finds his wonderland

Branding for Executive Resumes: What It Is and What It Is Not

2013 Ford Fusion: Passion seizes the family sedan

The Relevance of Organized Labor

The long run keeps getting shorter

How Many Should Pay Income Taxes?

Netflix stocks soars 41 pct after strong 4Q report—Yahoo! News

P&G posts solid quarter, gives CEO more breathing room—Yahoo! News

Secrets of Faster iPhone Typing

EU seals deal with HP, Nokia, others to fill 700,000 tech jobs

The Changing Nature of ‘Having It All’

Slow media

Avoiding the consensus-earnings trap

Fake Amazon Page Is Best Online Resume Ever

An Amaz-ing Resume

Keeping the Customer Cool When the Battery Gets Hot

Ideal, average and outlier

How to Avoid Online Reputation Management Nightmares

Military to lift ban on women in combat

65 and Over Labor Force, Working Students and Changes in Self-Employment

Super Bowl XLVII

In Financial Advice, the Value Added Is in Planning

10 tips for boomers to become entrepreneurs

Census Bureau Reports Fast Growth in Ph.D.s and Master’s Degree Holders

Glass That Bends the Rules of Manufacturing

Clinton faces continued criticism in afternoon Benghazi hearing

Blast from the Past: NASA Fires Historic Engine Parts for New Rocket

Go Ahead, Hit the Snooze Button

At-Home Dads Make Parenting More of a ‘Guy’ Thing

Boomers changing careers? Avoid these 8 mistakes

Facebook leaves many users envious and unhappy, German researchers say

Caffeinate Mountain Lion to prevent it from sleeping

What it’s Really Like Working with Steve Jobs

Can Siri go deaf, mute and blind?

Transparency Report: What it takes for governments to access personal information

iPhone, iPad sales up, Macs fall as Apple sees record sales

Facebook stirs envy, misery in some users

Private Schools’ Foreign Aid

The Great Rotation: a flight to equities in 2013

Steve Jobs threatened patent suit to enforce no-hire policy: filing—Yahoo! News

U.S. scientists will retire most research chimps

Back Yard Burgers names new CEO

Making internal collaboration work: An interview with Don Tapscott

Switching jobs? Ditch your 401(k)

The pros and cons of an Apple-Intel divorce

What Are You Doing For Others—And, By Extension, For Yourself?

Joe’s Journal: The Next Generation’s Mountain of Debt

What Peter Drucker Would Be Reading

An update to embedded Tweets

11 Best Cities to Find an IT Job

Nashville Health Care Council names first Fellows class

The Irrational Consumer: Why Economics Is Dead Wrong About How We Make Choices

The Outrageous 5-year Rise of College Sports Spending

How Low Are U.S. Taxes Compared to Other Countries?

DARPA Wants to Remake Manufacturing

Armstrong Describes Scandal’s Toll on Family

Exactly the same vs. exactly different

One Strategy, One P&L

Microfinance and Patriarchy: ‘A Drift Away from Serving Women’

Rethinking Re-shoring

Texas talk is losing its twang

Five ways to make sure your mobile device doesn’t sabotage your love life

New Evidence that the NRA Might Be Just Another Corporate Front

King ‘content of character’ quote inspires debate

The Detroit Show, and the Only Car That Matters

The Guerrilla Myth

High-speed Trading: Is It Time to Apply the Brakes?

Flu season fuels debate over paid sick time laws

Loneliness Is Bad for Your Health, Study Suggests

Can You Teach Teaching?

Thinking Local, Going Global: Building Tech Start-ups in Africa

Up in the Cloud: Hype and High Expectations for Cloud Computing

How Steve Jobs Closed Deals

New Kind of Homes for Modern American Families

Where Should You Keep Your Retirement Money?

How High-Achieving Parents Raise Star Scions

Creating a New Generation of African-American Tech Entrepreneurs

As GE profits rise, investors wonder about cash plans

Online Safety Lessons From the Manti Te’o Hoax

Armstrong admits doping: ‘I’m a flawed character’—Yahoo! Sports

AT&T faces $10 billion pension charge, other costs—Yahoo! News

Subway Foot-Longs Coming Up Short

From Fitbit to Fitocracy: The Rise of Health Care Gamification

With great power comes great irresponsibility

India’s Competition Law Raises Concerns for Multinationals

For the Global Economy in 2013, Happy Days Are Not Quite Here Again

Prosecutorial Overreach?

Two people you might need in your professional life

Retailers taking tech battle for shoppers to next level

5 Questions You Should Never Ask in a Job Interview

The Story of a Man Who Outsourced His Work to China so He Could Watch Cat Videos All Day—Yahoo! Finance

Big Data Means Big IT Job Opportunities — for the Right People

The 46 Places to Go in 2013—Interactive Feature—NYTimes.com

Simple Ways To Own Equities in the Federal Thrift Savings Plan

Small Factories Give Baxter the Robot a Cautious Once-Over

Want to Be CEO? What’s Your BMI?

When a Genealogy Hobby Digs Up Unwanted Secrets

How to channel your inner Warren Buffett

Why you can’t avoid dumb 401(k) mistakes

How to beat the new rules for health deductions

A simpler home-office tax deduction

Why Walmart Is Enlisting Veterans

What Peter Drucker Would Be Reading

Barnes & Noble, the Last Big Bookseller Standing: But for How Long?

When a conference works (and doesn’t)

Nashville Emerging Leaders, an annual leadership training program for young professionals, has announced the members of the 2013 class.

The Crowdsourced B-School Loan

Traits unhappy couples have in common

Why wait on Washington when there’s Wal-Mart?

Lance Armstrong may not be done confessing.

Peter Drucker: The consultant as master questioner

Peter Drucker and the Art of War

Time Again For Better Time Management

Apollo to Offer Course on Business Innovation

What’s in store for China in 2013?

What’s it for?

Edward de Bono’s New Thinking: Senge and de Bono: The Discipline of Dialogue

Edward de Bono’s New Thinking: Senge and de Bono: Resistances and Realities

Edward de Bono’s New Thinking: Senge, de Bono and Team Thinking

Edward de Bono’s New Thinking: Peter Senge Learning Teams & dBT

Peter Drucker’s Advice to CEOs

Windows 8 fails to reignite PC market: Gartner

Are robots hurting job growth?

How SandRidge Energy’s CEO adapted the Chesapeake playbook—Yahoo! News

How to Use Big Data to Make Faster and Better Business Decisions

How Vanguard amassed $2 trillion

10 tips for boomers to become entrepreneurs

American Express cuts signal end of era in travel

Understanding idea adoption (you’re not a slot, you choose a slot)

Advice for Apple: Strategizing a Lower-end iPhone

Making time management the organization’s priority

How Apple sets its prices

Apple cuts orders for iPhone 5 parts on weak demand: Nikkei—Yahoo! News

In Defense of the CEO

Simple, solid strategies for investing money

The Cheap iPhone Is Already Here

Comparing two scenic drives

Have Astronomers Found Chemical Precursor to Life?

How to Survive a Merger

Lookout Mountain Parkway

Why This Blog Post Was Not Outsourced to China

10 things your office won’t say

Baby’s First Birthday: Lessons from a Brazilian E-commerce Start-up

The cost of neutral

Anticipating OmniFocus 2—Blog—The Omni Group

Omni’s 2012 in Review—Blog—The Omni Group

Omni’s Plans for 2013—Blog—The Omni Group

Four reasons your version of better might not be enough

Means-Testing Social Security

That World (Still) According to Peter Drucker

The 10 Most Hated Companies in America—Yahoo! Finance

Where you might not shop in 2013

How to make the OS X Help Viewer less obtrusive

Health Rates to Rise, but the Expected Impact Is Unclear

Why the 4-Hour Workweek Is a Myth

Education in Colombia: Is There a Role for the Private Sector?

Iconic Telescopes Threatened by Looming Budget Cuts

Holiday PC sales dip for first time in five years

David Pogue, New York Times technology columnist, CBS news correspondent

5 health resolutions you can actually keep

Mapping The Entertainment Ecosystems: A Brief Revisit

The Secret of Becoming a Corporate Superhero

Fat Chance

Help wanted: Designing for growth

Microsoft’s Surface Pro Tablet Changes the Game

Coffee in Colombia: Waking Up to an Opportunity

Apple’s Next Battleground Isn’t TV; It’s Web Services—John Paczkowski—News—AllThingsD

States Assign A to F Grades Based on Test Results, Other Factors; Some Parents, Administrators Are Shocked by Poor Scores

Straight Talk and Walmart offer iPhone unlimited plan, financing deal | Macworld

The Fiscal Cliff Is No Problem for the Couch Potato Investor

LaunchTN chief Charlie Brock has a vision of spreading entrepreneurship

Management

Why smart companies do dumb things.

Peter’s Principles: table for calendarizing

The cost of selling Galaxies

Shale Gas Will Fuel a U.S. Manufacturing Boom

Clean bathrooms

What Peter Drucker Would Be Reading

Can Gap, Inc. Fill the Luxury Gap?

Tech Tackles Health Care

The search for a sustainable banking model

The Private Equity Landscape in Colombia

Real Money’ After the Holidays: Get the Most From Unwanted Presents

Mission Impossible?

Joe’s Journal: Peter Drucker Meets Wayne Gretsky

Want a New Job? Beware ‘Phantom’ Postings

’T. Rex’ of the Seas Called First Top Killer

The Difference Between Makers and Manufacturers

Can CEO Meg Whitman save Hewlett-Packard?

Launch Tennessee names new CEO

iPhone and innovation: Is hardware the only place Apple can go to keep up the buzz?

AT&T takes on Netflix, Hulu with own VOD service

Apple and the future of design

For Newly Minted M.B.A.s, a Smaller Paycheck Awaits

It’s January 7: Are You Sticking to Your New Year’s Resolution?

Two kinds of mistakes

Education in Brazil: Can the Public Sector Keep Up with the Emerging Middle Class?

Tourism in Colombia: Breaking the Spell of Negative Publicity

How a Male CEO’s Kids Affect His Workers’ Pay

Entrepreneurship in Colombia: ‘Try Fast, Learn Fast, Fail Cheap’

Stick It

Coping with the Zero-Interest-Rate-Policy

You Must Make the New Machines

Why I use as few Mac apps as possible | Macworld

Don’t Expect Big Budget Cuts

10 best international retirement havens—Slide Show—MarketWatch

The press’s favorite stocks for 2012

Do reporters make good stock pickers?

Today’s CFO: Which profile best suits your company?

The Lauder Global Business Insight Report 2013: Building Blocks for the Global Economy

Private Equity in Brazil: ‘The Music Hasn’t Stopped’

Silicon Wafers and Semiconductors: A New Black Gold for Abu Dhabi?

The Future of French Wine: Overcoming ‘Terroirisme’ and Stagnation

Housing and Urban Development and Census Bureau Expand Access to Detailed Information on Nation’s Housing

Manufacturing in the Balance

More CIOs Are Gaining Stature As Business Strategists

Best Values in Public Colleges, 2013

M.B.A. Pop Quiz: Are You Employable?

Stretch Marks

Restoring Sustainability’s Good Name

Stemming the Tide of Imported Gold in India

Water Scarcity: A Daunting Challenge with a Hopeful Future

Dating in a Digital World: Trends in 21st Century China

Apple’s Foray into China — and the Mind of the New Chinese Consumer

Innovation and Regulation: Friend or Foe to the French Entrepreneur?

Retail Chains’ Race for Russia

Is the End of the German Beer Industry Near?

Retirement Isn’t Just About Income. It’s Also About Flexibility

Online Courses Look for a Business Model

Senate bill stops many tax hikes, but leaves big issues pending

‘Needs Improvement’: Despite Progress, India’s Primary Education System Has a Ways to Go

Consumer Credit in China

The Entrepreneurship Vacuum in Japan: Why It Matters and How to Address It

Protecting information in the cloud

Happy Year in Review

The Quadruple Helix in Action: How Intel and Its Partners Are Creating More Sustainable Cities

What Peter Drucker Would Be Reading

Sayonara, netbooks: Asus (and the rest) won’t make any more in 2013

 

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