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    Charlie Rose

    The TV host talks about asking lengthy questions, two decades on PBS, and whether he’ll take over ‘The Early Show’ on CBS.
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    The World's Greenest Companies

    As government efforts slow, our annual rankings show which companies are still carrying the eco-mantle. By Ian Yarett.
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    30 Greenest Tech Companies

    Newsweek finds the top tech companies based on environmental impact and greenest corporate management.
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    Green Leaders of the Future

    For the next generation of change, advises John Elkington, watch for disruptive ventures from the margins.
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    2011 Green Rankings FAQ

    Frequently asked questions about our exclusive environmental rankings and how we created them.
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    America’s Greenest Companies

    From Office Dept to Accenture, these are the most earth-friendly companies in the U.S. The Green Rankings were created in 2009 with ASAP Media, a New York City media development firm founded by editors Peter W. Bernstein (pbernstein@asap-partners.com) and Annalyn Swan (aswan@asap-partners.com). It specializes in creating magazine, book, and online content.
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    The Best of Frenemies

    The relationship between Gates and Jobs was always complicated, sometimes nasty, and, in the end, surprisingly tender.
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    The Jobs Number

    He changed more than the computer business. Jobs transformed every industry he touched.
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    Carlos Slim

    The Mexican telecom tycoon, says what’s wrong with the economy.
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    Howard Schultz

    Why the Starbucks CEO is withholding his money to fix our broken politics.
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    The Road Ahead

    Three Nobel economists share their thoughts on what went wrong, and what can be done to fix things.
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    Juan Williams Interview

    The Fox News analyst talks about losing his NPR job, the Murdoch haters, and why he can’t get a TV show.
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    How to Raise a Global Kid

    Taking Tiger Mom tactics to radical new heights, these parents are packing up the family for a total Far East Immersion.
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    Rupert’s Red Menace

    The rise and fall of Rebekah Brooks, the woman at the heart of the scandal that has rocked a media empire.
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    World Web

    Who's Who in the News of the World Scandal
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    Twitter Quitters

    Twitter is secretly fundraising for a huge valuation. So where have all its founders gone?
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    Global Economic Paralysis?

    The Bank for International Settlements has just published its annual report, and it is a dour document.
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    The Great Jobs Mismatch

    One puzzle of this somber economy is the existence of unfilled jobs in the midst of mass unemployment.
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    Imagination in Flight

    Trailblazing design teams are taking passenger comfort to a whole different plane.
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    Hunkered-down America

    It’s a cliche—but true—that an obstacle to a stronger economic recovery is the lack of confidence in a strong recovery.
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    The Chrysler Miracle

    Revived from bankruptcy, the automaker is repaying its bailout debt. How an Italian saved a Detroit icon.
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    The Facebook Bubble

    The social-networking juggernaut may be more vulnerable than it appears at first glance.
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    My Favorite Mistake: James Dyson

    After five years of testing, tweaking, fist banging, cursing, and more than 5,000 mistakes—or prototypes, as engineers call them—it was there. Or nearly there.
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    Stuck in a Post-Crisis Gloom

    It may be time to move beyond pessimism. Ever since the financial crisis, Americans have wallowed in fear and anxiety. Understandably. Although a recovery — as defined by academic economists — started about two years ago, it hasn’t felt like one.
  • Samuelson: The Elderly are Better Off Than Advertised

    When House Speaker John Boehner calls for trillions of dollars of spending cuts, the message is clear. Any deal to raise the federal debt ceiling must include significant savings in Social Security and Medicare benefits. Subsidizing the elderly is the biggest piece of federal spending (more than two-fifths of the total), but trimming benefits for well-off seniors isn’t just budget arithmetic. It’s also the right thing to do.
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    A Silver Lining in the Housing Bust

    Almost everyone considers the housing collapse a disaster, and it is. Since 2007, roughly 8 million homes have gone into foreclosure. If you’re a homeowner, the steep fall in prices is calamitous. But if you’re a future buyer, it’s a godsend. What we’re seeing is a massive wealth transfer from today’s older homeowners to tomorrow’s younger homeowners.