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Friday, October 24, 2014

Forbes

Ebola In NYC: Governor Orders All Ebola Aid Workers Into Quarantine. Do You Agree?

54 minutes ago
If you helped save lives in West Africa, New York and New Jersey have an odd way of saying thanks: Governors of both states on Friday announced that all Ebola aid workers and other selected travelers who had direct contact with Ebola patients would face a mandatory 21-day quarantine when returning from Africa. by Dan Diamond

Celebrity Real Estate: Jennifer Lopez, John Legend, Chrissy Teigen

2 hours 3 minutes ago
By Laura Vecsey by Zillow

Jennifer Lawrence Buys Beverly Hills Home

2 hours 14 minutes ago
By Laura Vecsey by Zillow

5 Ways To Avoid Danger Through Communication And Change The World

2 hours 16 minutes ago
“You will do as I say!!!” my investor screamed at me. When I was younger, I influenced him to invest $10 million into my startup business. I was looking to raise another $5 million. by Eric Schiffer

Bulgarian Stalemate

2 hours 25 minutes ago
In June 2014, Bulgaria's Corporate Commercial Bank (KTB) failed and was taken into conservatorship by the Bulgarian National Bank (BNB). To stop a devastating bank run, the bank was temporarily closed. But four months later, it remains closed. Depositors are unable to access their money, although loan repayments can still be made. Despite street protests by depositors, no timeframe has been given by the Bulgarian authorities either for reopening the bank or declaring it insolvent and paying deposit insurance. by Frances Coppola

Malala's Message To President Obama

2 hours 41 minutes ago
Malala Yousafzai shares with Ronan Farrow on she continues to posit her stance of divisive issues all over the world; from advocacy on the ground to meeting with heads of state.

Amid Upcoming Album Release, What Might Be Expected For Tickets To Future Taylor Swift Tour

2 hours 50 minutes ago
A-list performers who take a risk by switching up their sound often fail, but at the top of the music charts lies Taylor Swift, whose forthcoming studio album “1989” is set to hit stores on Monday. The 24-year-old singer has ditched her acoustic guitar and cowboy boots for a pair of leg warmers and sweatbands as she sets to release her new 80’s-influenced record. While no supporting tour has been confirmed just yet, Swift will more than likely be hitting the road extensively in the coming months. by Jesse Lawrence

Google Exec Breaks Felix Baumgartner's Space Jump World Record

2 hours 56 minutes ago
Felix Baumgartner's famous space jump held the record for highest-altitude leap for two years, but has now fallen to a Google exec who spent three years planning his jump in secret. by Chris Smith

Fundraising Campaign Ends For 'Ebola Free' Nurse, Donors Encouraged To Contribute To Charity

3 hours 20 minutes ago
Nina Pham, the nurse who contracted Ebola while taking care of Thomas Eric Duncan, has been declared free of the virus. The fundraising campaign for her has now wrapped and donors are encouraged to put their dollars towards Ebola charities. Exercise care, though: Ebola related scams are on the rise. by Kelly Phillips Erb

Apple-U2-iPhone 6 Debacle: The Return of Big Brother?

3 hours 34 minutes ago
By Rabbi Irwin Kula and Craig Hatkoff by Off White Papers

Power Assure Goes Kaput

3 hours 45 minutes ago
Data center infrastructure management (DCIM) is one of the fastest-growing segments of the enterprise software market, according to 451 Research. by William Pentland

How To Expand Your Business With Negative Thinking: Coach Bob Knight

3 hours 46 minutes ago
Here's some unexpected advice for success in business from former NCAA collegiate champion coach Bob Knight. by Cheryl Conner

How To Turn Negative Feedback Into Something Positive

3 hours 46 minutes ago
by Cheryl Conner

Hybrids Need a Refresh

4 hours 5 minutes ago
Worldwide sales of hybrids through August were off 9% over sales during the same period in 2013.  The drop contrasts starkly with the last 3 years, which have seen January-August sales rise 65% from 2011 to 2012 and 24% from 2012 to 2013.  While the market for hybrids is certainly not going away – 2014 sales will likely hit 400,000 by year-end – it is becoming significantly more competitive, and expansion outside of the midsize hatchback segments that hybrids crowd is just not happening. by Richard Martin

Google's Nest Acquires Smart Home Hub Maker Revolv To Control Every Device In Your Home

4 hours 19 minutes ago
Google's Nest has made another step into being the center of the smart home world. Today it announced it has acquired Colorado-based smart home hub maker Revolv. by Aaron Tilley

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