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Development-impact bonds are costly, cumbersome—and good
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IF A girl in a poor country goes to school, she will probably have a more comfortable life than if she stays at home. She will be less likely to marry while still a child, and therefore less likely to die in childbirth. So, not surprisingly, there is an Indian charity that tries to get […]

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Good Customers Complain, Bad Customers Go Away. This Is the Key to Keeping Them Around
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This is the secret to winning customers that stay loyal to your business.

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How to Quit Your Job With Style (and a Really Good Recommendation Letter)
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The average worker holds nearly 12 jobs before the age of 48. Since quitting is so common, make sure you do it right.

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5 Essential Lessons That Will Help Children Learn Good Financial Habits
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Kids start learning money lessons as early as age 4. Make sure they’re the right ones.

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After a good run of growth, China’s economy braces for bumps
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JUST a few years ago Wuhan, a sprawling metropolis in the middle reaches of the Yangtze River, exemplified China’s economic woes. Municipal debt had soared. The most senior local official was known as “Mr Dig Up The City”, a reference to his zeal for grandiose construction projects. A movie theme park, intended as a landmark, […]

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How to Make Good Decisions By Using 3 Simple, Powerful Questions
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Tough decisions will come a l, especially if you are striving for innovation. Jeff Bezos, Marie Forleo and I keep our cool by asking these 3 queries

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The ROI of Good Business Writing
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Good business writing is a key corporate efficiency.

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How To Get Mentors (And How To Know If Your Mentor Is Any Good)
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Many people have lots of business “connections” that aren’t really CONNECTIONS.

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This 1 Job Interview Question Reveals if You Are a Good Team Player
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Be careful how you answer this question in a job interview. It could make you sound high-maintenance.

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Protestantism might be good for the wallet, after all
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Spirit and flesh CAN religion make people wealthier? In 1905 Max Weber, a German sociologist, argued that it had happened in Europe. Protestants did not invent capitalism in the 16th century, he suggested. But, by discarding monastic asceticism and embracing the notion that diligence and self-improvement are pleasing to God, they became particularly good at […]

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