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How To Master Your Email In 2014

How To Master Your Email In 2014

View this image › Shutterstock.com Almost everyone is bad at email. It shows up in a number of ways: the number of unread emails in your inbox. The amount of time you’re wasting on email. Or just the total frustration that email causes you. But here’s the good news: You can get better at email.

Why Docs Buy Crocs: It's Easy To Get The Blood Off

Why Docs Buy Crocs: It’s Easy To Get The Blood Off

View this image › Via Twitter: @AscomHiralC A tweet of the Crocs mascot with surgeons. For Dr. Dave Lemonick, who regularly has blood, human feces and other bodily fluids hurtling out of patients and toward him, Crocs are an “essential” part of his work uniform. And, as it turns out, the 58-year-old emergency physician is

The 16 Most Important Bitcoinaires

The 16 Most Important Bitcoinaires

View this image › Jim Urquhart / Reuters Bitcoin, the exclusive and elusive controversial cybercurrency is, by its very nature, mysterious. Holders of the currency, which just hit $900 in value yesterday and of which exist only 12 million, are only identifiable by their “brain wallet” number. As a result, tracking down who’s getting rich

Mark Cuban Goes Shopping For J.C. Penney Stock

Mark Cuban Goes Shopping For J.C. Penney Stock

View this image › Mark Cuban. Bloomberg / Getty Images Entrepreneur and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is the latest billionaire to make an investment in struggling department-store chain J.C. Penney. Cuban bought a million shares of the retailer just “a couple days ago,” he said on CNBC today. (That would cost around $13.5 million

Deutsche Bank Says Scottish Independence Could Be The Worst Economic Decision Since The Great Depression

Deutsche Bank Says Scottish Independence Could Be The Worst Economic Decision Since The Great Depression

View this image › Yes and No voters argue as they wait for Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond to do a walkabout in Perth, central Scotland, Sept. 12. Dylan Martinez / Reuters Economists and analysts from banks have joined the chorus of businesses and other financial institutions opposing a yes vote on Scottish independence. If

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