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How NOT to Run a Family Business

Why you should prioritize talent and ethics above everything--and everyone--else. Any business owner thinking of bringing her children into the business must watch the unfolding Murdoch epic with fear and loathing. This week, James Murdoch is being grilled by the Leveson inquiry which was set up to investigate the British media in light of the phone hacking scandal that has rocked British journalism, led to several arrests, and the resignation of James Murdoch from his United Kingdom board and executive roles

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Lessons You Can Learn from Apple’s iPad Woes

As iPads are being seized by authorities in China, you may be wondering how to protect your brand globally. Here's what you need to know. I was recently reading an article concerning Apple’s ongoing battle over the sale of its iPad tablet computers in China.

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Facebook’s 880 Pages About You!

The social network is watching your every move, and your friends. And while it isn't as nefarious as Big Brother, do we really want our profiles to become another marketing space?

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Offshore Wind Turbines Keep Growing in Size

Whipped by winds exceeding 90 mph and battered by 15-foot waves, hundreds of wind turbines produce electricity off the coast of the North Sea and send it onshore to power homes and businesses in the United Kingdom, Germany and Denmark.

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The atomic clock with the world’s best long-term accuracy is revealed after evlauation

A caesium fountain clock that keeps the United Kingdom's atomic time is now the most accurate long-term timekeeper in the world, according to a new evaluation of the clock that will be published in the October 2011 issue of the international scientific journal Metrologia by a team of physicists at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) in the United Kingdom and Penn State University in the United States. An early posting of the paper on the journal's online site will occur on 26 August 2011.

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