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Best Advice I Ever Got: Andrew Bachman

The president of Scambook.com reveals why honest self-assessment is the key to launching a Web-based business, and other great advice he's received. Most college students are worried about what party to attend next, but I was busy thinking of innovative ways to make my first million. I built Tatto Media from my dorm room, sold it a few years later for $60 million, and continued forward with big plans for my future.

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The Difference Every Boss Can Make

How seemingly insignificant moments can have a lasting impact on your employees' lives. The smallest moments almost always make the biggest difference—whether in our lives, or in the lives of others

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The Difference Every Boss Can Make

How seemingly insignificant moments can have a lasting impact on your employees' lives. The smallest moments almost always make the biggest difference—whether in our lives, or in the lives of others

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Best Advice I Ever Got: Shama Kabani

The president of the Zen Marketing Group explains how being an entrepreneur is similar to being a newlywed, and other great advice she's received. Being an entrepreneur is similar to being a newlywed: Everyone has a piece of advice to "gift" you with

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The annihilating effects of space travel

Long distance space travel could create the ultimate 'killer entrance', devastating your destination and anything around the arriving spacecraft, according to calculations by Professor Geraint Lewis and two honours students from the University of Sydney.

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How to Accomplish the Impossible

Genius sometimes just means not realizing that something is impossible. A college student arrived a few minutes late for his final exam in mathematics. The room was quiet, with everyone working hard, and the profes

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Physicists push for underground testing facility

Pran Nath, the Matthews Distinguished Professor of Physics at Northeastern University, is among a group of leading theoretical physicists who have asked the Department of Energy to develop a large underground neutrino facility to maintain U.S. leadership in the frontier of particle physics.

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Physicists push for underground testing facility

Pran Nath, the Matthews Distinguished Professor of Physics at Northeastern University, is among a group of leading theoretical physicists who have asked the Department of Energy to develop a large underground neutrino facility to maintain U.S. leadership in the frontier of particle physics. We asked Nath to explain the facility and its value.

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Want a Discount? Just Ask.

If you want to reduce your business expenses in 2012 you must teach yourself one simple skill. Awhile back I was having lunch with a few friends. After the bill came she looked at it, called the waiter over to the table, and explained that she wanted 10 percent off of the bill

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Scaling A Business Is Hard

Your start-up may have crossed the threshold to viability. Now, the tough part begins. At the onset of 2012, many start-up executives around the world are sticking their copy of Lean Start-Up on the shelf, leaning back, and bemoaning the fact that they have a new set of challenges ahead of them

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Scaling A Business Is Hard

Your start-up may have crossed the threshold to viability. Now, the tough part begins. At the onset of 2012, many start-up executives around the world are sticking their copy of Lean Start-Up on the shelf, leaning back, and bemoaning the fact that they have a new set of challenges ahead of them

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