Sunday, September 20, 2009

What I've Been Reading

Real & sustainable development: Nokia offers phone installments in India (
Hans Rosling: Why the statistics point toward progress (
Small change: does microlending actually help fight poverty? (

China keeps buying Treasurys, confusing Nationalists (
Taiwan & China: Reunification by trade? (
Call for more babies as China turns to grey (

Economics, Politics & Regulation
Obama admin: cap and trade could cost families $1,761/year (
Bad timing: Abandoning missile defense on 70th anniversary of Stalin's invasion of Poland (
"Chaotic legacy of Carter’s mind-boggling cowardice and incompetence" (
Instapundit: "a foul old man, and a disgrace to the office he once held" (
Sweden slashes income taxes to promote job growth (
Being highly positive: disastrous for individuals, great for society (

Technology & Trends
Liposuction leftovers' easily converted to stem cells (

Productivity, Psychology & Inspiration
Vinegar + baking soda will boost absorbancy of old towels (
Common fallacies in investing and decision making (

Strategy, Sales & Marketing
Think of your future relationship when negotiating (theprivateequiteer)
Startups often forget about distribution and cost/how to get out there (
Plan to be flexible: Events often overtake companies (
Greetings: Introducing yourself the right way (

People Management
Right (and wrong) ways to part with a long time employee (
Climbing the wrong hill: considering another career (

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