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Trump's targeting of Toyota could set off trade frictions: analysts

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

The clash between US President-elect Donald Trump and Japan’s Toyota Motor Corporation over the import of Mexico-manufactured cars into the US could herald wider trade frictions between Washington and Tokyo at a time when trade tensions between the US and China may also be rising, sources told The Business Times. 805 more words

Money Matters

How to target the neck (at different force levels)

The neck is a dangerous target. With other places on the body you have to put in extra effort if you want to go to a higher level of force. 1,874 more words

Zodiac Marketing. Meet Zodiac Targeting

Every year marketers around the world find some way to use the zodiac into a marketing strategy. From zodiac inspired runway fashion, luxury designer watches, to… 160 more words


The National Championship Game already has an egregious missed targeting call

When it comes to officiating a National Championship Game you hope to see the best officials on the field for it. It seems that very early in the game the refs already missed a crucial targeting call. 115 more words


How to target the nose

The nose is a mundane “everybody punches the nose” target. Except that there are some creative things you can do with the nose. Unexpected things. Nasty, sneaky things… 872 more words

Self Defence

How the best research panel in the world accurately predicts every election result #polling #MRX 

Forget for a moment the debate about whether the MBTI is a valid and reliable personality measurement tool. (I did my Bachelors thesis on it, and I studied psychometric theory as part of my PhD in experimental psychology so I can debate forever too.) Let’s focus instead on the MBTI because tests similar to it can be answered online and you can find out your result in a few minutes. 590 more words

Marketing Research

Bystanders' Guide to Stopping Harassment!

We all want to do what’s right and help people in trouble, but sometimes that seems like a big ask. If we see people experiencing harassment, what can we do? 939 more words

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