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Report: Credit card fraud alerts often false alarms

(NBC) — A new report says credit card fraud alerts are often false alarms. A creditcards.com survey found nearly 7 in 10 Americans who’ve received a fraudulent activity alert from their credit or debit card issuer have received at least one alert in error. 53 more words

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3Novices:Trigg sparks fresh Blues crisis in AFL

A pre-game comment from chief executive Steven Trigg about coach Mick Malthouse sparks a fresh crisis for Carlton.

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3Novices:Historian Graeme Davison didn't look for skeletons in his family's cupboard, but once the cupboard was open, they simply fell out

For most of my life I have avoided family history. The crowds of chattering genealogists in public libraries and archives are one of the daily hazards of the academic researcher. Only as I grew older and my parents passed on did I begin to recognise how much of my life had been shaped by family tradition and expectation, not to mention genetics. 21 more words

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3Novices:Beware bosses bearing 'workplace happiness' jargon

Companies like Google and Facebook have transformed the way we look at the modern workplace – but Neil McMahon finds the key to tapping into the “happiness” revolution is about much more than beanbags and a games room.

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3Novices:Transgender kids' parents are seeking a law change to speed up treatment process

Time-sensitive second-stage treatment for transgender kids is costly and subject to delays, which is causing massive distress to to this vulnerable group.

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3Novices:CCC's Bjorn Lomborg appears unfazed by criticisms and setbacks

Amidst uncertainty over his planned expansion into Australia, sponsored and part-funded by Canberra, the Danish climate contrarian Bjorn Lomborg is unapologetic over secret donor funding and his own, at times, very large salary as head of the Copenhagen Consensus Centre… 6 more words

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3Novices:Senior Monash surgeon accused of bullying

A senior surgeon who has been responsible for training junior doctors at Victoria’s largest public hospital service has been accused of bullying, triggering multiple investigations into her conduct. 6 more words

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