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3 Ways Your Customers Have Changed (While You Weren't Looking)

Here are three key ways your customers have changed (perhaps while you weren’t looking), and one way that your customers and their desires haven’t changed at all. 36 more words

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Checking My Privilege

I was raised in a small town at the intersection of I-44 and the Bible Belt. For a good chunk of my childhood, I remember there being only one black family in town. 1,090 more words

Poetic Justice? Dad Acquitted of Killing Driver Who Killed His Sons

HOUSTON, TX — He’s a father who was accused of murdering the drunk driver who killed his two sons back in 2012. Now, David Barajas is a free man. 124 more words


Meet Pang Vanny: Jailed For Wanting $2.5 More For The $100 Shirt You Wear

It was the third day of the year. As thousands of workers took to the streets of Phnom Penh demanding an increase in minimum wage, Cambodian security forces, including the army, came at them with batons and assault rifles, killing five and injuring 38. 14 more words

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Cambodia's Garment Sector Is Getting Torn Between Poor Labor And Unyielding Foreign Owners

Cambodia got in early as an exporter of garments. But the mostly
foreign-owned producers have pushed labor to its limits.

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The Fed Can Still Control Inflation. But Why Are We Worried About It Anyway?

For a while now I’ve been thinking of writing about the Fed’s ideas for monetary policy transmission while excess reserves remain in the banking system. I’ve been sidetracked by lots of interesting commercial banking stories. 19 more words

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Serena, Novak, And Tennis's 3 MPH Gender Gap: Why Do Women Serve So Fast At The U.S. Open?

Last night at the U.S. Open, top seed Serena Williams hit the hardest serve of any female player so far at 122 mph.
Williams has the best serve in the game and probably the best in history, so that’s no surprise. 48 more words

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