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Small firms fear they could have to make payouts to staff for owed holiday pay as Britiain looks set to move into line with EU...
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Internet giant Google has acquired drone manufacturer Titan Aerospace in the race against Facebook to bring web access to remote parts of the globe...
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Why is it that we so often only hear the first half of Jesus' prediction: "The Son of Man will suffer and be killed..." and forget what comes next?...
Tuesday, 15 April 2014 |

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A bionic woman who can cha-cha Washington Post

‘Barn Drama’ Puts Riders on Their High Horses Wall Street Journal

Hungry Spouses Lash Out as Low Blood Sugar Spurs Anger Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg story? And even odder, it was made prominent on the site (bigger font, image too).

Scientists unmask a piece in the puzzle of how the

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April 15 (Reuters) - Barcode printer maker Zebra Technologies Corp said it would buy Motorola Solutions Inc's enterprise business, which makes rugged mobile computers, tablets and barcode scanners, for $3.45 billion in cash....
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Pemptousia WEB TV. Live broadcast of the Bridegroom Service from Holy Wisdom’s Church, Thessaloniki....

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Sarah Lewis

Sarah Lewis

The path to a great achievement—whether it is a technological innovation or a masterwork of art—is almost never direct. On the contrary, creative breakthroughs often come after wrenching failures. That idea animates The Rise: Creativity, the Gift of Failure, and the Search for

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The Affordable Care Act, or as it’s now commonly called, ObamaCare, is changing how and what we all pay for health care.  And when I use the word, “changing,” what I mean is “increasing.” 

You see, when the Affordable Care Act says it’s “affordable,” it could be referring to the monthly premium cost of plans purchased on the exchange, the available

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The Alienation of Work

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The emerging economy is opening up new ways to reconnect workers to their work and the profits from their work.

One of the most striking blind spots in our collective angst over the lack of jobs is our apparent disinterest in the nature of work and how work creates value.  This disinterest is reflected in a number of conventional assumptions.

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