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- The rout in emerging markets has grabbed a lot of headlines over the last week but maybe you don't have to worry so much about it. Why an emerging-markets crash wouldn't matter
- Here's a critical question you need to ask yourself: Is your technology working for you or against you? The answer can change your business. When your technology makes work difficult, it's time to look around
- Ever wonder why women make better investors than men? The Economist explains. Why women investors appear to outperform men
- Next up on Ben's farewell tour:: Bernanke memorable moments from AIG anger to Dimon encounter
- We know tickets for the Super Bowl are falling but apparently, prices for a place to stay are not. Splurge: Super Bowl suite costs you $25K per night
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