For 20-somethings in creative fields, the work — often unpaid — never seems to end. Nor do the days.
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Photo: Reuters China's credit-fueled growth.
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Frown lines, forehead creases and crow's-feet, oh my! If the rise in Botox procedures is any indication, the fountain of youth might be found in a syringe, even for 20-somethings whose signs of aging are invisible to the naked eye.
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Gray areas in the law has fueled the growth of “anti-aging” clinics in South Florida, making the region one of the top markets in the country for illegal steroids and growth hormones.
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My latest at Vice takes an axe to our bipartisan obsession with growth: Today, the temptation to make every policy into a plan to grow the economy is transforming us into a bunch of selfish, insecure codependents, terrified that we lack what it takes to live lives we don’t hate. If our party doesn’t take total control over economic policy, we tell ourselves, our economy will...
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The way to grow a city is easy, just find a deep talent pool. Easier said than done.
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Filed under: Investing Shares of top nuclear power generator Exelon have fallen about 10% over the past 12 months. However, performance had been much worse as the stock bottomed out last November, amid falling natural gas prices and a rumored dividend cut. Since the fallout, Exelon shares have risen nearly 20% as investors have adjusted to the reality of the new dividend...
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Having grown up with a wealth of news and information at our fingertips for free, my generation of 20-somethings is heading into adulthood without much experience paying for that content. The question is, will content providers ever turn us into paying customers?
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Many of the largest tech companies are looking to Africa as growth flattens in mature markets and as China, India and Russia grow increasingly competitive.When Microsoft Corp. announced recently that it was starting a big push to grow its market in Africa, it cited the continent's big growth opportunities, calling Africa a "game changer in the global economy."
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Forget why and how Executive Protective Services formed. The phenomenal story is that a horrific event fueled its early success, to be followed by other acts that have further fed the security firm's growth and propelled it to profitability.
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