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My Current Favorite Quote/Lyrics/Passage

"There is a vitality, a life force, an energy,
a quickening that is translated through you into
action, and because there is only one of you
in all of time, this expression is unique.
And if you block it, it will never exist through
any other medium and it will be lost. The world
will not have it. It is not your business
to determine how good it is, how valuable it is,
nor how it compares with other expressions.
It is your business to keep it yours clearly
and directly, to keep the channel open.
You have to keep yourself open and aware
to the urges that motivate you.”
(Martha Graham)

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Most Recently Posted Article(s)

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More jobs demand college degrees-LAT
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No Accounting Skills?-NYT
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MBA's solving food waste problems-BW
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Is College Still Worth It?-LAT
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For the Love of Money-NYT
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Making College Pay-LAT
radio button Thinking for the Future-NYT

Featured & Must-Read Articles

radio button Growing Up Digital & Distracted-NYT
radio button Digital Devices Deprive Brain-NYT
radio button School in S.V. uses no Computers-NYT
radio button Focus: The Driver of Success-LAT

Other Relevant & Pertinent Articles

radio button The Richness of Learning-WP
radio button Startups changing textbook markets-CNN$
radio button College more than R.O.I.-WP
radio button It Takes a B.A. to Find a Job....-NYT
radio button Students Smart on Textbook Buying-CHE
radio button A World Without Work-WP
radio button Must-Have Job Skills in 2013-WSJ
radio button How Wall Street Rigs the Game-TIME
radio button Why Capitalism has an Image Problem-WSJ
radio button Figuring out w/to do with your Life-FORBES
radio button College Affordability Center-USDE
radio button Seeing the Glass Half Full, a Richer Life-NYT
radio button The Campus Tsunami-NYT
radio button Greed for Good-SLATE
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Rethinking Value of a Business Degree-WSJ
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How To Be Creative-WSJ
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Dr. M. Kaku & the World of Tomorrow-WSJ
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College is still worthwhile-LAT
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Little student interest in STEM majors-WP
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Want Success? Don't Try So Hard-WSJ
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College: A Smart Choice-LAT
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Six Clues to Character-PT
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College Pays Off-NYT
radio button How China Unfairly Bests the U.S.-LAT
radio button What's a College Education Worth?-WP
radio button Money Lessons for H.S. Grads-WSJ
radio button Ten Biggest Money Wasters-CNN$
radio button Your So-Called Education-NYT
radio button Skating Through Business School-NYT
radio button Accountants Wanted-FORTUNE
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To Really Learn, Take a Test-NYT
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100 Best Companies to Work For-CNN
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Today's 'it' jobs: Accounting & IT-CNN
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The Upward Mobility Gap-LAT
radio button Cheaper College Textbooks-NYT
radio button Plagiarism Blurs for Students-NYT
radio button College Degree Value is Growing-NYT
radio button Tools for Thinking-NYT

Video’s - Documentary/Educational

The Retirement Gamble:  Retirement is big business in America, but is the system costing workers and retirees more than what they’re getting in return.  Most Americans are unaware of the fees they are paying for their 401(k)’s, but over a lifetime, such charges can cost an ordinary American more than $109,000. A toxic mix of too much choice, backwards incentives, and a misplaced faith in the market’s past performance has positioned America’s retirement system for an uncertain future.

CNBC Video Gallery: This website features the current, latest, and most up to date business and financial news in video format.  Each storyline is presented and chronicled on an account by account basis.

Black Money: The vague and murky world of international bribery among global
Business Interests and National Governments is examined.

Breaking the Bank: The inside story of one of the most controversial moments in America's financial crisis - and its ongoing drama.  The complicated financial and political web threatening Bank of America and others is unraveled.

Car of the Future: Energy experts and others explain why we need alternative vehicles, energy efficient cars, and smart private sector and government policies to encourage change in automobiles of the future and our transportation system.

Inside the Meltdown: How the economy went so bad, so fast and what Henry Paulson, the Secretary of the Treasury and Ben Bernanke, the Chairman of the Federal Reserve didn't see, couldn't stop and haven't been able to fix.

Ten Trillion and Counting

The Crash of 1929: Captures the unbounded optimism of the age, a time when the stock market epitomized the false promise of permanent prosperity.  The shocking consequences are examined when reality finally hit on October 29th, ultimately leading to the Great Depression.

The Madoff Affair: Inside the world's recent financially catastrophic global Ponzi scheme -
and how Bernie Madoff and others got away with it for so long. (2009 Emmy Winner)

The Warning: Long before the recent monetary and economic meltdown, one woman, who led a major Government agency, tried to caution the Administration, Congress and the Federal Reserve about the danger to the banking and financial system.

Warren Buffett and Bill Gates: Keeping America Great: In an exclusive event, CNBC presents Warren Buffett and Bill Gates, together, taking questions from students at Columbia Business School in New York City. Host Becky Quick talks with the two billionaires, whose values run as deep as their wealth.

Mind Over Money: This documentary is an entertaining and penetrating exploration of why mainstream economists failed to predict the crash of 2008.  The program reveals how our emotions interfere with our decision-making, and explores controversial new arguments about the world of finance. Before the current crash, most Wall Street analysts believed that markets are "efficient"—that investors are reasonable and always operate in their own economic self-interest. Most of the time, these assumptions of classical economics work well enough.  But in extreme situations, people panic and conventional theories collapse.