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Napoleon Hill talks about his meeting with Andrew Carnegie
Israel has discovered the equivalent of a century's worth of gas, but the development of gasfields is being blocked. Lex's Jonathan Eley and Alan Livsey discuss what the obstruction is and the likelihood of progress.
First-time buyers in the UK are having to pay five times their salaries for a property and house builders, such as Persimmon, are doing very nicely. Lex's Jonathan Eley looks at how long this can last.
With negotiators appearing to move closer to an Iran nuclear deal, is there an investment opportunity in the offing? Lex’s Oliver Ralph and Alan Livsey discuss which external companies may benefit and the outlook for the Iran stock exchange.
Sony is raising $3.6bn, its first public share issuance in a quarter of a century — but why not raise it via debt? Lex's Lucy Colback and Robert Armstrong try to make sense of the group's strategy.
Drugmaker Samsung Bioepis is looking to list in New York, saying it needs to fund its development of biosimilar drugs. But with a large and lucrative biotech market, why would Samsung spin off the company? Lex's Oliver Ralph asks Lucy Colback.
A week after a gunman killed 38 people at a tourist resort in Sousse, on Saturday, Tunisia's president said that the country is "not safe" from future extremist attacks.
President Beji Caid Essebsi declared a national state of emergency, which will last for 30 days.
On Friday, police patrolled the area of the attack while tourists gathered on the beach to honor the victims, including 30 Britons, three Irish, two Germans, one Belgian, one Portuguese and one Russian.
Tourists gather near the Imperial Marhaba hotel in the Mediterranean resort town of Sousse, to honor the victims of a deadly beach attack a week ago that killed 38 people, Friday, July 3, 2015.
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After Taylor's termination, several Reddit boards were set to private by their respective moderators, in a show of protest against the decision.
Facing mounting criticism from the link-sharing community, Pao finally spoke out by commenting on a thread titled, "Reddit alternatives? Other Subs going private to protest the direction Reddit has been going." Read more...More about Reddit, Startups, Tech, Jobs, and Ellen Pao
The season of losing sunnies under the sun is upon us
It's happened to the best of us: We've all purchased the chicest of shades only to see them being washed away by the ocean (with our dreams), or killed in a tragic accident at a friend's boozy brunch
Whatever the case, it's best to foolproof your shade game this weekend with a pair of affordably chic pairs you won't have to think twice about. Because the last thing you need is to shed a tear (or three) over sunglasses that were accidentally doused in barbecue sauce Read more...Fashion, Style, Summer, Lifestyle, and Sunglasses
Looking forward to festive Fourth of July fireworks? Then maybe don't watch this video.
Produced by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the video shows just how dangerous fireworks can be when handled improperly. The disturbing video demonstrates the possibly disastrous scenarios on dummies, using everything from sparklers to professional aerial fireworks, which the commission says cause grievous injuries when used illegally by inexperienced consumers
The beginning of the video is a (sorry, government dude) boring warning about how fireworks — though considered integral to celebrating Independence Day — are actually very dangerous. Read more...More about Fireworks, Fourth Of July, Us, Lifestyle, and Travel Leisure
Sometimes the Internet can be a good place filled with good people
On Friday, Humans of New York photographer Brandon Stanton posted a heartbreaking image of a young boy with the caption, "I'm homosexual, and I'm afraid about what my future will be and that people won't like me."Lgbt, Politics, Watercooler, Conversations, and Family Parenting