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Bankers don't deserve our grapes of wrath
Britain, you may think, is overrun with such characters. The country teems with millionaire financiers who sometimes take a few hours out of their busy schedule of fixing forex markets and stealing...
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Just How Likely Is Another World War?
A century ago this month, Europeans stood on the brink of a war so devastating that it forced historians to create a new category: “World War.” None of the leaders at the time could imagine the...
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The other State of the Nation: Actually, a Good S...
If SABC COO, Hlaudi Motsoeneng, is looking for a real good news story, he’d best abandon political coverage and send forth his news teams into the homes and offices of the country’s middle classes – a...
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Mattel goes Head to Head with Hasbro and Lego at ...
While comic book adaptations still prove to be big business at the box office, toy-related movies are proving to be just as big a draw. In recent years, there has been a spate of successful...
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Business schools thinking big at the expense of s...
There is a paradox at the heart of business school education. If current trends persist then we may soon be at the point – if we are not already – where we have to ask whether the delivery, content...
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LA court dismisses sex abuse claim by UK actor ag...
Bryan Singer, director of The Usual Suspects and part of the X-Men franchise, is no longer named in a sexual abuse case filed against Hollywood executives by an anonymous British actor. The...
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His climb from Anacostia leads to Carlyle and Kil...
Mark Johnson has launched Astra Capital, a technology and communications focused firm. He gave up a job at Carlyle Group, where he was earning millions, to go out on his own. (Amanda Voisard/For The...
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Mattel takes premium line of Thomas & Friends toy...
Like many 4-year-olds, Benny Nelson adores Thomas the Tank Engine. He has amassed a collection of more than 40 engines in the Thomas & Friends line, which he now shares with his 2-year-old brother,...
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How Downton's Lady Sibyl met Doctor Who
Fanfic has existed in some form virtually ever since creative writing began: take Virgil’s use of a minor character from the Iliad as the Aeneid’s protagonist. But in the past 20 years, since the...
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Generation high rent: how the rental game just mo...
Of course, all that demand is just boosting the mental rental market. Recent graduate Lucy McKay, 21, has been house-hunting in south-east London. “I’ve been stood up by three estate agents, lost out...
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Collector turns love of 'Star Wars' into business
WINONA, MINN. — The inspiration behind Brian Semling�s 20-year-old Fountain City, Wis., business came at an unlikely time � during a visit to a friend�s house to watch �Return of the Jedi.� Fifteen...
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Government service can burn you out, unless you’re maintaining a certain lifestyle by skimming billions in people’s money. With the daang matuwid administration entering its fifth year, some members...
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Mattel Celebrates 2014 San Diego Comic-Con with H...
Mattel SDCC Fan Firsts: Max Steel the Movie: Talent Autograph Signing: Cast and creative team from Dolphin Films & Mattel’s new superhero film Max Steel will be on hand for autograph signings Friday,...
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Star Wars Car, a Doomsday doll: Toys of Comic-Con
Star Wars Car, a Doomsday doll: Toys of Comic-Con This Friday, July 18, 2014 photo shows exclusive, collectible toys available from Mattel at 2014 Comic-Con, in San Diego. The “Arkham Knight”...
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Pensions and George Osborne's memory lapse.
Has George Osborne completely forgotten the banking crisis, or has it just slipped his mind? In an interview on Radio 4 this morning he spoke of his excitement at the new products the financial...
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Metronome for the modern age
Here are some reasons why I didn’t think I needed to read Michael Malone’s “The Intel Trinity: How Robert Noyce, Gordon Moore, and Andy Grove Built the World’s Most Important Company.” I did not need...
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U.S. senator blasts Microsoft's H-1B push as it l...
WASHINGTON -- On the floor of U.S. Senate Thursday, Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) delivered a scalding and sarcastic attack on the use of highly skilled foreign workers by U.S. corporations that was...
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BRICS , Israel and SA's role in world politics
Most South Africans are blissfully unaware that at this point in history we are on centre stage, along with all the other players that hit the front pages of newspapers and the headlines on TV. Many...
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Courteney Cox and David Arquette have plenty to d...
Food for thought! Newly engaged exes Courteney Cox and David Arquette have plenty to discuss during cosy meal in LA So Courteney Cox and David Arquette would have had plenty to talk about after...
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Molly Bloom goes all in with her memoir
At the height of her reign as the "Poker Princess," Molly Bloom — formerly of Loveland — was making $4-$5 million a year. Bloom went from Loveland girl to cosmopolitan hostess while operating...
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