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September 24, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

How the Tea Party organizes without leaders: An interesting study of how a group of individuals with a shared belief are challenging established organizations.

Land of the free, home of the tightwad: How the credit crisis is leaving a long impression on the US consumer spending

The Gillette Razors and Blade Myth: What you think about the Gillette’s success with the razor and blade model might not be true.

An Interview with Eric Sprott: The legendary fund manager, Eric Sprott, discusses the current market condition and his take on commodities.

Benjamin Franklin on American Happiness: Franklin’s take on how people can find happiness in the American society.

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