Tuesday, September 2, 2014 Elul 7, 5774
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Gloria Hayes Kremer- JE Feature
So you think you send that lovely Valentine's Day card because you are such a sweet, thoughtful person? Perhaps - but not necessarily, says Dr. Frank Melone, a retired psychologist from Pennsylvania State University, who believes some people send cards because of real sentiment while others are inspired by psychological and hidden motives. And while it's far from a Jewish-oriented...
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M.J. Fine, Jewish E Feature
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M.J Fine-JE Feature
Most concert documents are taped in front of an audience. Cat Power''s live DVD, "Speaking for Trees," featured Chan Marshall alone in the woods with a guitar. Self-consciously arty? No doubt. But it suited the sullen singer, giving her a chance to ramble without the distraction of people staring at her. Marshall is an uncomfortable performer, and her shows have...
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Dr. Walter Carl, a Northeastern University professor and a leading scholar in word-of-mouth communication and "buzz" marketing practices, has released a new research report, "To Tell or Not to Tell?," a first-of-its-kind examination of the practical effects of disclosure for word-of-mouth marketing agents and their conversational partners. As companies have increasingly sought to harness the power of word-of-mouth communication by...
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Bill Miller and most other top portfolio managers will tell you that there's a lot of day-to-day "noise" in the market, most of which has little to no bearing on the actual value of their holdings. Individual investors would do well to adopt a similar mindset when building their own portfolios. True, it's hard to open the business section without...
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Michael Trantas- CEO E-Safe Solutions, Inc.
At this year's International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Google made a bold move by offering a free software kit designed to make online computing safer and easier for the ordinary computer-user. In a direct attempt to knock software-giant Microsoft off of its pedestal, Google has introduced this free package dubbed "Google Pack" to help make users' home PCs...
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