The nutiness can work for youBy James Osborne
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Behavioral finance: The latest craze
If the masses are irrational, emotional fools, can they be exploited? If greedy investors are bidding up the market to insane levels and fearful investors ...
Prepare for bends in the road
There is naturally fear in making predictions about the future because you are virtually guaranteed being wrong about at least part of your prediction. ...
Executive wheels: Wanna race?
I’m probably the last guy on earth that Subaru should have sent a WRX STI model. I don’t fit any type ...
Creating the elusive work-life balance
Metaphorically speaking, we step into the “ring” of daily life and, all too often, focus all of our attention and energy on one ...
Why the phone still matters
Companies invest in social branding and sparkling websites then are left wondering about the return on investment for this effort. You engage in Facebook comments ...
The futurist: Disrupting health care
Consider the following scenario: Sometime in the not-too-distant future, patients walking into the doctor’s office will first receive a full-body scan, creating a ...
The folly of financial inflexibility
In early 2009, the financial press was dumping praise on any mutual fund manager who had evaded a bulk of the stock market decline. These ...
Executive wheels: VW’s simple standout
In this Tiguan, you turn the key – how quaint – put it in gear and drive. If you want to change the radio station, ...
Seven secrets to getting the startup bucks you need
Ever wonder why some startups get investment capital while others struggle, fade and disappear? Of course, the primary reasons entrepreneurs do well is because they ...
The excellent expansion of Big Brother
Welcome to the era of micro-location tracking! If you don’t know what it is, read on to understand how to use it to ...
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