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Turkey: Twitter does 'character assassination '

Turkey: Twitter does 'character assassination 'ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey's government on Saturday accused Twitter of engaging in "systematic character assassinations" a day after social media users easily evaded a government attempt to block access to the network.

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Being A Hot Dude Still Really, Really Great, Study Finds

Being A Hot Dude Still Really, Really Great, Study FindsDespite what you may have heard from conservatives about the supposed "War on Men," being a guy is still a pretty good deal. Especially if you're hot. A new study finds that attractive men are much more likely than women to convince people that they have a worthy business idea. The study by a team of researchers out of the business schools of Harvard University, University of Pennsylvania and MIT was published online by the

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New French PM Valls wins parliament vote of confidence

The government of new French Prime Minister Manuel Valls won a vote of confidence in parliament on Tuesday, hours after Valls set out a package of tax and spending cuts aimed at restoring growth to the euro zone's second largest economy. Deputies in the lower house National Assembly voted 306 to 239 to support Valls, named as prime minister last... Read more...

Clinton urges tech leaders to invest in training

Clinton urges tech leaders to invest in trainingSAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton said Tuesday that if Silicon Valley executives want to persuade Congress to let them hire more high-skilled professionals from abroad, they would have a better case if they also funded college-based training programs for U.S. workers.

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Why Most People Fail to Cash in On Their Dream Idea

Why Most People Fail to Cash in On Their Dream IdeaA better question than asking about the quality of an idea, is asking about the quality of your plan to cash in on the idea.

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Russia's finance ministry admits sanctions bite

By Lidia Kelly and Darya Korsunskaya MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's Finance Ministry said on Friday it may be forced to cancel plans to borrow abroad this year, admitting that sanctions imposed by the West are already stinging. The United States imposed sanctions on Russian President Vladimir Putin's close allies over the annexation of Ukraine's... Read more...
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