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Christina DesMarais

3 Simple Questions to Help You Stand in Your Own Power

Handling stress with dignity is all a matter of perspective.

Forbes

Lawrence Wintermeyer, Contributor

YES BANK On FinTech In India: My Ecosystem Recipe And Hacks

YES BANK and the India Fintech Opportunities Review has engaged a global pro-bono advisory board of wise FinTech folks which I have had the privilege of being invited to. As the former CEO of Innovate Finance, I am always happy to share my recipe notes and hacks with other ecosystem cooks.

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Rob Cain, Contributor

India's First Oscar-Winning Producer Will Probably Be This Chemical Company CEO From Nigeria

From his unlikely perch in Lagos, Jharkhand-born producer Manish Mundra is re-making Indian cinema, one excellent film at a time.

Forbes

Elizabeth Harris, Contributor

Dan Ariely On Making Better Financial Choices This Black Friday, And Every Day

Dan Ariely weighs in on why many of us lack the tools to adequately investigate and evaluate our decision-making. Most worrisome: It is almost impossible to correct an error you don’t know even you’re making.

CNNMoney

Richard Cordray resigns as head of CFPB

At midnight, Cordray said he will be officially done as chief of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Business Insider

Oscar Williams-Grut

The 15 countries with the worst organised crime problems in the world

The World Economic Forum (WEF) recently published its annual Global Competitiveness Report, which looks at dozens of measures of economic and institutional health to compile a ranking of countries.

One of the subcategories used by the WEF is the prevalence of organised crime — listed under the "security" index. Extortion, racketeering, theft, violence, and property damage are all factors that could hold back a country's development.

We took a look at the worst performers on the list. The...

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Minda Zetlin

The Girl Scouts Warned Parents to Stop Telling Their Daughters to Hug. Here's Why They're Wrong

Does telling a child to hug adult relatives set her up for sexual harassment?

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Gordon Kelly, Contributor

Amazon 'Cyber Monday' 2017 Ad Sales: Early Echo, Echo Dot, Fire TV, Kindle Deals

Amazon Cyber Monday 2017 sales are starting with new Echo, Fire TV, Kindle and HDTV deals...

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Gordon Kelly, Contributor

Walmart 'Cyber Monday' 2017: Early iPhone, iPad, PS4, Xbox, HDTV Deals

Walmart Cyber Monday 2017 sales have arrived revealing big Xbox, PS4,

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Niall McCarthy, Contributor

The Top Countries For Michelin 3-Star Restaurants [Infographic]

Which countries can lay claim to having the most luxurious restaurants along with some of the planet's most exquisite culinary experiences?

Business Insider

Bryan Logan

The Tesla Semi will start at $150,000 and a longer-range version will sell for $180,000 (TSLA)

The Tesla Semi will start at $150,000. A longer-range version will cost $180,000. The electric-car company is also selling a "founder series" version for $200,000 — the cost of which is due in full, up front. CEO Elon Musk unveiled the Semi last week. The base model will travel 300 miles on a single charge. The long-range version will travel up to 500 miles.

Tesla Semi, the automaker's newly unveiled electric big-rig truck, will have a base price of $150,000. Tesla's lowest-priced model...

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Anna Powers, Women@Forbes

Stress: The Silent Killer Of Dreams and A Scientifically Backed Way To Rewire Your Brain for Success

We experience stress everyday, yet do not realize that it is it scientifically linked a plethora of illnesses and health problems. Studies from Harvard, Yale and MIT a demonstrate how a simple technique can rewire the brain to reduce stress and regulate emotion.

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Melissa Anders, Contributor

Forget TVs And Xboxes, These Black Friday Shoppers Camp Out For Beer

Hundreds of beer lovers are expected to line up on Black Friday for the opportunity to buy bottles of Goose Island Beer Company’s Bourbon County Brand Stout, the beer that has turned the day after Thanksgiving into a hot new release date at craft breweries around the country.

Inc.com

Brian D. Evans

Looking At Setbacks And Failures This Way Has Increased My Success

Our minds can work irrationally at times, here's what you need to know.

Business Insider

Alex Heath

The maker of Pokémon Go just raised $200 million to build other AR games

Niantic, the company behind hit mobile game "Pokémon Go," has raised roughly $200 million. Niantic's next game will be an augmented reality game based on "Harry Potter."


The creator of hit game "Pokémon Go," Niantic, has raised $200 million in funding as it prepares to release another augmented reality game based on the world of "Harry Potter."

The new round of financing was led by Spark Capital and first reported by The Wall Street Journal on Friday. Spark partner Megan Quinn will...

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Charles Bovaird, Contributor

Block Asset Management Launches First Operational Crypto Fund Of Funds

The first operational crypto fund of funds just launched. What does this mean for the digital currency space?

Forbes

Amit Chowdhry, Contributor

How Wrike Is Bringing Operational Excellence To The Enterprise

This is the story behind Wrike, an online project management software company.

Forbes

Greg Maloney, Contributor

Making Sense Of The Black Friday Bonanza

Black Friday may not mean what it used to...or does it?

Forbes

The JPMorgan Chase & Co.Voice Team, JPMorgan Chase

JPMorgan ChaseVoice: Are These Cities America's New Tech Hubs?

The American tech industry has been traditionally dominated by cities like San Francisco, New York and Seattle, where the world’s largest tech companies are based. However, in the past few years, as technology and connectivity have become ingrained in every part of society.

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Brian Scudamore, Contributor

No Passion, No Problem: Here's 4 Other Ways to Build a Successful Business

Follow these 4 things -- not passion -- to build a successful business.

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