BusinessWeek Magazine, September 8, 2008
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|August 28 2008|
BusinessWeek Magazine covers all aspects of business, from U.S. and international market news and analysis of economic trends to articles on the people and technologies that influence how we do business every day. BusinessWeek Magazine also gives you book reviews, analyses of legislation and politics in Washington, regular articles on finance, the sports business, investments, and running a business. (magazineline.com)
BusinessWeek magazine is the most widely read business publication in the world! BusinessWeek helps you stay on top of changing business and economic trends, the volatile stock market, the latest maneuvers and mergers and much more.
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BusinessWeek Magazine prepares you to succeed in today's complex economy. You'll find in-depth coverage of the latest trends in technology, finance and management. Our insight and analysis helps you succeed, personally and professionally. Free access to BusinessWeek.com with your paid subscription. (Amazon.com)
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This magazine is the bible of business in America and around the world. Analyzing weekly business news, and identifies trends and explains what it all means to you. Covers all the major business topics with book reviews and features on personal finance as well. The publication prepares you to succeed in today's complex economy. You'll find in-depth coverage of the latest trends in technology, finance and management. (Valuemags.com)
By building mathematical models of its own employees, IBM aims to improve productivity and automate management
BusinessWeek's 2006 Cover Story, "Math Will Rock Your World," announced a new age of numbers. With the rise of new networks, the story argued, all of us were channeling the details of our lives into vast databases. Every credit-card purchase, every cell-phone call, every click on the computer mouse fed these digital troves. Those with the tools and skills to make sense of them could begin to decipher our movements, desires, diseases, and shopping habits—and predict our behavior. This promised to transform business and society. In a book expanding upon this Cover Story, The Numerati, Senior Writer Stephen Baker introduces us to the mathematical wizards who are digging through our data to decode us as patients, shoppers, voters, potential terrorists—even lovers. ...
* Narrated Slide Show: Parsed by the Numerati
Medical Bills You Shouldn't Pay
In a controversial practice known as "balance billing," health-care providers are going after patients for money they don't owe
Seniors who run the show aren't the norm in business. But quite a number do. Here are 25 who can teach boomer and Gen Y managers a thing or two
* Slide Show: Seniors Who Still Rock Business
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