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A Short Primer on the Panama Papers

The so-called “Panama Papers” files released last weekend detail wide-spread tax-evasion among the world’s elites. From Russia to Iceland, ...

The Secret to Managing Millennials

Wondering how to manage a workplace full of Millennials? Turns out it's not so different from managing any age workers.
Smarter Faster Better: The Secrets of Being Productive in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg

4 Secrets to Increasing Your Productivity

Based on Charles Duhigg's "Smarter Faster Better," these four tips will help you increase your productivity. 
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How Your Commute Affects Your Well-Being

Studies show that commuters with long journeys to and from work are systematically worse off and report lower subjective well-being. 
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Is Margarine Dead?

Though margarine may be in decline, its rise was met with strong adversity throughout the 20th century. 
Christie's employee Matt Paton poses for photographs in front of Mark Rothko's "Untitled #17" at the auction house's premises in London, Friday, April 15, 2011. The painting is is estimated to fetch between 11 to 14 million pounds ($18 to 22 million, 12.5 to 16 million euro) when it comes up for auction in New York in May. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

Preventing Art Fraud In Today’s Art Market

As the art market has increasingly grown, art fraud has flourished. What can be done to combat it?

2015 Was A Record Year for Vehicle Recalls

Some surprising lessons on how car companies' responses to product recalls affect consumer and investor perceptions. 
St. Louis Rams

Is St. Louis Better Off Without the Rams?

As the St. Louis Rams move to LA, we weigh the economic and intangible benefits of a city adopting a professional sports franchise.
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Whole Foods and the Problem With Enlightened Consumption

Whole Foods may promise ethical products, but its offerings often contradict expectations. 
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How Meteorology Changed Agriculture Forever

Early meteorology helped farmers predict yield, transforming the agricultural industry.