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The ten richest people in the world - Telegraph

The ten richest people in the world - Telegraph | business and economics | Scoop.it
Bloomberg Markets has unveiled its latest list of the world's richest people, revealing that the wealthiest 200 are worth a collective $2.7 trillion - more than the UK's annual GDP. We look at the top ten.
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Mobile Marketing: The Mobile Data Treasure Trove | Business 2 Community

Mobile Marketing: The Mobile Data Treasure Trove | Business 2 Community | business and economics | Scoop.it
Mobile Consumers Are Willing to Swap Personal Data for Offers According to a recently released survey conducted by Harris Interactive, 9 in 10 mobile device (RT @garciadigitlmkt: Is #Mobile #Marketing a #digital #data treasure trove for your...
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A DRAMATIC SURPRISE ON A QUIET SQUARE

To launch the high quality TV channel TNT in Belgium we placed a big red push button on an average Flemish square of an average Flemish town. A sign with the text "Push to add drama" invited people to use the button.
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Smoking Kills

Get Smoking Kills on the App Store. See screenshots and ratings, and read customer reviews.
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The Libertarian Case for Positive Educational and Welfare Rights

The Libertarian Case for Positive Educational and Welfare Rights | business and economics | Scoop.it
Unless....perhaps Ilya would welcome a trade-off: knowledgeable children get the vote, in exchange for guarantees of massive public/private efforts to assure meaningful educational and welfare rights to ensure that the ...
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A2 Micro - British children from poorest homes 'being failed at school' - Telegraph

A2 Micro - British children from poorest homes 'being failed at school' - Telegraph | business and economics | Scoop.it
White British pupils from working class homes are more likely to fail at school than any other ethnic group, sparking fresh concerns that a generation of young people are being consigned to a life on benefits.

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