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UK business secretary applauds Nigeria oil bill - Businessweek

UK business secretary applauds Nigeria oil bill - Businessweek | Growth Thinking | Scoop.it
UK business secretary applauds Nigeria oil billBusinessweekLAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — The United Kingdom's business secretary said Monday that a bill to overhaul Nigeria's oil industry should be focused on what helps the West African nation, rather than...
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Innovation is Complex But Critical - Credit Union Times

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Innovation is Complex But CriticalCredit Union TimesThis past month at the Credit Union Leadership Forum's Edu-Leader Leadership Learning Series we focused on innovation.
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Jobs Growth Rises 114000 as Rate Slides to 7.8 Percent - CNBC.com

Jobs Growth Rises 114000 as Rate Slides to 7.8 Percent - CNBC.com | Growth Thinking | Scoop.it
Washington TimesJobs Growth Rises 114000 as Rate Slides to 7.8 PercentCNBC.comText Size. By: Jeff Cox CNBC.com Senior Writer.
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Is Social Media The Wrong Venue For Customer Complaints? [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwitter

Is Social Media The Wrong Venue For Customer Complaints? [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwitter | Growth Thinking | Scoop.it
Is Social Media The Wrong Venue For Customer Complaints? [INFOGRAPHIC] (RT @Mediabistro: RT @Mediabistro: Is Social Media The Wrong Venue For Customer Complaints?
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What Leaders Can Learn from How Romney Won the Debate - GovExec.com

What Leaders Can Learn from How Romney Won the Debate - GovExec.com | Growth Thinking | Scoop.it
ABC NewsWhat Leaders Can Learn from How Romney Won the DebateGovExec.comAlmost immediately after the first U.S.
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The Next Big Thing: Specialized Business Degrees - Businessweek

The Next Big Thing: Specialized Business Degrees - Businessweek | Growth Thinking | Scoop.it
The Next Big Thing: Specialized Business DegreesBusinessweekA guest post from Matt Symonds, chief editor of MBA50.com, a website dedicated to the world's outstanding business schools.
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Makeup & Beauty Products For Men Booming « CBS Miami

Makeup & Beauty Products For Men Booming « CBS Miami | Growth Thinking | Scoop.it
If you've noticed more men shopping around the beauty department, your eyes aren't playing tricks on you. An exploding number of skincare and cosmetic products are being designed with guys in mind.
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Trolling for the Innovation Jobs - Huffington Post

Trolling for the Innovation Jobs - Huffington Post | Growth Thinking | Scoop.it
Trolling for the Innovation JobsHuffington PostYet, although everybody is talking about how innovation is what we need and will solve our jobless dilemma, few people know what innovation is or how we get it, or critically, what our schools must do...
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GAVI Alliance CEO: Leadership is About Vision and Responsibility, Not Power - Forbes

GAVI Alliance CEO: Leadership is About Vision and Responsibility, Not Power - Forbes | Growth Thinking | Scoop.it
ForbesGAVI Alliance CEO: Leadership is About Vision and Responsibility, Not PowerForbesRecently, I interviewed Seth Berkley, CEO of the GAVI Alliance, a public-private global health partnership committed to saving children's lives and protecting...
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Muggle-Ware: Will The iPad Mini Be Apple's First Non-Magical Product? - Forbes

Muggle-Ware: Will The iPad Mini Be Apple's First Non-Magical Product? - Forbes | Growth Thinking | Scoop.it
ForbesMuggle-Ware: Will The iPad Mini Be Apple's First Non-Magical Product?
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