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Mexican Tycoon Carlos Slim's Camp Calls Ann Coulter's Wild Allegations Against Him "True Nonsense"

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Mexican Tycoon Carlos Slim's Camp Calls Ann Coulter's Wild Allegations Against Him "True Nonsense"
In a new book, Ann Coulter claims that Mexican telecom tycoon Carlos Slim "bailed out" The New York Times so that he could "buy pro-illegal immigration coverage," but Slim's spokesperson called the allegations "true nonsense." Read More >
Dolia Estevez , Contributor

Code Red HR Alert
Red HR Alert. A really bad idea is going around HR circles faster than lightning bugs flying inside a mason jar in Mid-July. Since posting my Happy Talk blog on corporate culture last year, I have really tried to stay out of HR's hair, especially since the blog got me uninvited to speak at a SHRM (Society of Human Resource Management) meeting. How bad do you have to be to get uninvited to an HR meeting, usually some very diplomatic folks? HR now suggests replacing the ‘exit interview’ with the ‘stay interview.’ See previous blogs on how silly I’ve always said the exit interview is in the first place. Now even worse is the stay interview, where according to HR experts, you practically get down on hand and knee and ask the employee what it will take to get them to never leave the company. Read More >
Cliff Oxford , Contributor

American Dreamers: Foreign Born Women Making Fortunes In U.S.
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American Dreamers: Foreign Born Women Making Fortunes In U.S.
Thirty percent of America's richest self-made women were born outside the U.S. but came here to build their fortunes. They are part of a bigger trend toward self-employment.
Luisa Kroll , Forbes Staff

Kobe Bryant To Offer NBA Finals Game 3 Analysis For Chinese Social Media Site, Sina
Kobe is going to talk to basketball before and after Game 3 of the NBA Finals. But you might have to live in China in order to hear him. Read More >
Josh Katzowitz , Contributor

Meet The New Boss, Same As The Old Boss.
Every time a woman leaves a big organization to start her own business, the media goes a little nuts: Powerful Woman breaks free from the shackles of The Man to take back the office! Oh, the feminism of it all. In recent years, there have been plenty of high profile [...] Read More >
Peggy Drexler , Contributor

San Andreas And The Return Of Disaster Movie Dollars
San Andreas, the rumbling earthquake saga which grossed $53 million in its first weekend, is shaking up the box office—and rebuilding a dormant breed of disaster films. The blockbuster, which has so far tallied $287 million since its May 29th release, heralds the resurgence of a recently-quiet genre. Starring Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, it [...] Read More >
Natalie Robehmed , Forbes Staff

Convergence Is The "Next Big Thing" For Marketers
I spent the last two weeks in (somewhat) closed-door events tailored to marketers and innovators. The more private events were events hosted by Ascendant Network, who held their Summits for rising Retail and Digital leaders. The semi-private event was VentureBeat’s first GrowthBeat Summit, aimed specifically at the CMO crowd. At [...] Read More >
David Cooperstein , Contributor


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