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   Today in ColoradoBiz Update
You may think that you're too smart, as an executive, to be taken in by job scams. But we see very smart people get taken in all the time by these crooks. Here are some things to beware of.  By John Heckers

On management: Simplify?
I went to a seminar recently that lasted three days; it would have fit better into one. Some books I have read would have been better as pamphlets. By Pat Wiesner

Donna's excellent China adventure: Day 1
After 15 courses we had consumed delicious duck, beef, pork, chicken, fish, shrimp, rice, numerous vegetables and fruit. We won't be losing weight on this trip! By Donna Evans
   ColoradoBiz EXTRA
George Nolfi's first directorial outing, The Adjustment Bureau,has a polished, sophisticated feel to it that will also appeal to non-sci-fi fans. By Dave Taylor


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