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Morning Agenda: Unusual Offer for Detroit's Art by SYDNEY EMBER

Robert Maynard Presents New York Times Business Section
By SYDNEY EMBER

Detroit is silent on a proposal to use its art as collateral. | Global financial connections in Burger King’s deal for Tim Hortons. 36 more words

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Visualizing The Spectacular Stupidity Of The New York Times

While levels worldwide are expected to rise an average of two to three feet by 2100, they could surge more than six feet along the Atlantic seaboard.

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Henshaw reblogged this on Daily Plunge and commented:

Isn't is strange that seemingly intelligent people worry about the weirdest things? Obviously these alarmists aren't helped when the New York Times publishes sensational nonsense.

Internet Meanies

This past Sunday I was flipping through the New York Times when I happened to come upon a story titled Dealing With Digital Cruelty by… 695 more words

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The C.E.O. of a Sales Software Company Faces Up to Sales Shortcomings by JOHN GROSSMANN

Robert Maynard Presents New York Times Business Section
By JOHN GROSSMANN

Matthew Bellows, a founder of Yesware, talks about how his efforts to turn around his sales team played out. 17 more words

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Christine Lagarde, I.M.F. Chief, Under Investigation in France by DAVID JOLLY

Robert Maynard Presents New York Times Business Section
By DAVID JOLLY

The managing director of the International Monetary Fund said she was being investigated for “simple negligence” in a business dealing that dates to her time as finance minister. 17 more words

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