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When Customers Comment

Pew Research Center has released another interesting poll that looks at how people interact with each other on social networks. There were two primary findings from that poll, which are both things that most of us have observed but that were interesting to see validated. 674 more words

Improving Your Business

Chinese Views of India: Culturally Rich but Backward - China Real Time Report - WSJ

From China’s side of the Himalayas, the view of India isn’t always that great.

“This place is like China from 20 years ago. It’s much, much worse than I’d imagined,” said Tony Jiang, 29, an employee at an electronics-parts maker in Hangzhou visiting New Delhi this week. 524 more words

China Alert

Racism’s Not Dead (Part 1 of 4)

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When the economy takes a downturn, usually the saying “last hired, first fired” comes into play. However, this saying isn’t entirely accurate. In 2010, an article by the University of Southern California tested this “last hired, first fired” theory. 565 more words

Opinion & Editorial

Is Technology Changing How Children Learn?

Matt Richtel, in his New York Times article “Technology Changing How Students Learn, Teachers Say”, asserts that since more technology has been brought into the classroom and at home the style of learning has changed. 255 more words

Reflections

New findings on student debt

According to Pew Research Center, there are five new findings on student debt. One being that college-educated households with student loans to repay have a lower net worth than those with no debt. 48 more words

School

Millennials Read More Than You

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Yep. You read that right. Pew Research Center just recently released a report that says as much. Want to know what I think about it? 305 more words