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http://player.theplatform.com/p/2E2eJC/nbcNewsOffsite?guid=nc_instagramb_150507 An alleged Virginia bank robber admits he took stacks of cash from a teller, videotaped it and even posted evidence on social media — but he says he’s not guilty because he asked politely. Dominyk Antonio Alfonseca, 23, says … Continue reading

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Prioritizing Project Goals to Align with Your Organization’s Strategic Goals by Christian Fernando Kedidjian

Prioritization is one of the key abilities leaders must have to carry projects toward success. In order to know how we can sort all of the activities we need to have done in order to finish a project, it is … Continue reading

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July 9 Independence Day!

Already touchy about foreigners invading their territory, the native tribes of what is now Argentina didn’t extend a friendly welcome to the first Spaniards coming ashore on the banks of the Río de la Plata. At the beginning of the … Continue reading

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3 Sentences That Can Basically Destroy You By Geoffrey James

This post is in partnership with Inc., which offers useful advice, resources, and insights to entrepreneurs and business owners. The article below was originally published at Inc.com. If you hear any of these three sentences at work more than once or twice, you … Continue reading

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These Are the 50 Best Places to Work for 2014

Glassdoor, which provides an anonymous space for people to rate and review their employers, has released its Best Places to Work list for 2014, and it seems there’s been some significant shakeup. Facebook, for one, dropped out of the top … Continue reading

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Your Thanksgiving Dinner Is Equal to 7 Burger King Whoppers

Find out how your Thanksgiving dinner stacks up against burgers, burritos and more. We did the math. Even if you’re trying to watch what you eat, nutritionists say that during the holidays, you shouldn’t deprive yourself too much, or your good intentions … Continue reading

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Just in Time for the Holidays, Chinese Ladies Are Renting Boyfriends By Laura Stampler

It turns out plot points for mediocre American romantic comedies have an afterlife in people’s real, depressing lives abroad. First the Norwegian Minister for Children, Equality and Social Inclusion announced that her plan to lower the country’s divorce rate was inspired … Continue reading

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Top 5 Spots for Alternative Empanadas by Donal Anand-Shaw

From kiosks to bakeries and empanada emporiums across the city, it is nigh on impossible to escape Argentina’s favoured pastry. And why would you even want to? The empanada really is ubiquitous in Buenos Aires, yet menus often appear monotonous with the same few … Continue reading

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Is Your Food Expired? Don’t Be So Quick to Toss It By Alexandra Sifferlin

Use-by dates are contributing to millions of pounds of wasted food each year. A new report from the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and Harvard Law School’s Food Law and Policy Clinic says Americans are prematurely throwing out food, largely … Continue reading

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On This Day in… 1930: Argentina’s First Military Coup by Marc Rogers, 06 September 2013.

“The provisional government thanks the serious press for keeping alive, through patriotic and inspired propaganda, the nation’s civic spirit, and provoking this popular revolt against the government’s excesses” – Excerpt of manifest emitted by José Félix Uriburu, 6th September, 1930. … Continue reading

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