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WE THE ECONOMY 20 Short Films You Can't Afford To Miss

WE THE ECONOMY 20 Short Films You Can't Afford To Miss

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Capital Fed up with unfocused, distracted millennials at work, companies are pushing back. But is there a cure for a cyberslacking, technology-obsessed generation? Read more... Economics Guides © 2014 Shmoop University, Inc. All rights reserved. Economics Fantasticat - What are you fantasticat? - Fantasticat teaching, learning, personal development ideas home » self/personal development » fantasticat - ideas for developing, teaching and learning Fantasticat - ideas for developing, teaching and learning - especially children, and for open-minded grown-ups too There's this cat character - Fantasticat - he can do anything...

How did Lewis Hamilton manage to land £100m F1 contract with Mercedes? Lewis Hamilton’s idol has always been Ayrton Senna – but not when it comes to negotiating contracts. The Formula One world champion has just completed a three-year deal with Mercedes worth £100m, making him not only the best-paid British sportsman in the world but also the highest remunerated driver in F1 history. Senna once concluded negotiations by tossing a coin: he called wrong and lost $1.5m. “Ayrton and I started to headbutt on the numbers,” says the McLaren chairman and chief executive, Ron Dennis. “There was no way he wasn’t going to drive the car and there was no way we weren’t going to contract him to us – but we couldn’t agree about the money. “We were arguing over half a million dollars and I came up with the idea of us flicking a coin to decide.

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A Handy Little Guide to International Business Etiquette Success in business comes down to building strong relationships with our associates. As our jobs become more and more globalized, many of us find ourselves traveling and building relationships with people across international borders, where manners and expectations might be different than we're used to. The ins and outs of international business etiquette can get confusing. For example, punctuality is of utmost importance in England, but in France, you're considered to be "on time" if you arrive 10 minutes late. The intricacies unique to each country's business practices can be difficult to keep track of, but they can make or break your international business relationships. To help you transition seamlessly into doing business in countries other than your own, we gathered tips for conducting business from natives of several countries from around the world.

How to Teach Business English Like a Pro What's inside? All the ideas you need to plan lessons for business students that want to learn targeted ESL for business situations. Hmmm... Tell me more about it! How Lego Became The Apple Of Toys Every September, largely unbeknownst to the rest of the company, a group of around 50 Lego employees descends upon Spain’s Mediterranean coast, armed with sunblock, huge bins of Lego bricks, and a decade’s worth of research into the ways children play. The group, which is called the Future Lab, is the Danish toy giant’s secretive and highly ambitious R&D team, charged with inventing entirely new, technologically enhanced "play experiences" for kids all over the world. Or, as Lego Group CEO Jørgen Vig Knudstorp puts it, "It’s about discovering what’s obviously Lego, but has never been seen before." On a Tuesday morning, the group is gathered in a book-lined room just off the pool at the Hotel Trias, in a sleepy town called Palamós, where they’ve met each of the last six years.

The fuss over wearables ON MARCH 9th Apple, probably the most successful technology company in history, held an event to launch its smartwatch, which will go on sale next month. In addition to keeping track of time, the watch measures the wearer’s heart rate and activity levels, processes voice commands, gives alerts of incoming e-mails and calls and facilitates payments at tills. In other words, it does a lot of what smartphones already accomplish, but is worn on the wrist and must be close to an iPhone in order to function. Why is there so much buzz about this watch? Find Out Why You Overshop in Ikea You feel it when you sip a hot drink or bite into a cool dessert: an ache, an acute stab of pain. Even a sharp breath of cold air might trigger a twinge. “Any tooth sensitivity is trying to tell us something,” says Dr. Matt Messina, an Ohio-based dentist and spokesperson for the American Dental Association.

Ep 1 In this episode you can learn how to make introductions in a business setting. Waiter hands drink to Victor. VICTOR: Thankyou very much SAM: Hello, I don't think we've met. Sam Eriks. Vince Vaughn's Hilarious Stock Photos Were Made From These Equally Ludicrous Originals By now, you've probably seen Fox and Getty's wonderful promotion for the movie Unfinished Business, with Vince Vaughn, Dave Franco and Tom Wilkinson posing for boringly clever stock photos. Well, it turns out the images were Photoshopped from real stock photos. We've done you a solid by pairing the originals with the spoofs and turning them into GIFs.

Vince Vaughn and Co-stars Pose for Idiotic Stock Photos You Can Have for Free Stock photos have a bad rap. They're campy and cheesy and the butt of plenty of jokes. But what's great about them is they're often the catalyst for promotions or gags—sort of a comedic blank slate.