Not All Calories Equal, Study Shows :: A diet based on healthy carbohydrates—rather than a low-fat or low-carbohydrate diet—offers the best chance of keeping weight off without bringing unwanted side effects, a new study shows.
Turkey Warns of Retaliation Against Syria :: Turkey warned of possible military retaliation against any threat by Syrian forces near its border in the latest escalation of hostilities between the neighbors since Syria shot down a Turkish military jet on Friday.
Google Set to Unveil Tablet :: Google is expected this week to show off a tablet running its newest mobile software and a service for companies to rent computer servers to store data.
Coining it in: Metal detector treasure hunters hit £10m jackpot with 50000 ... - Mirror.co.uk :: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/jersey-metal-detector-treasure-hunters-941566
Euro-Zone Data Underline Divide :: German and French consumers are undaunted by the euro zone's deepening fiscal crisis, but their Italian counterparts have slashed their spending in stores on growing pessimism.
Facebook's Email Change Riles Users :: Facebook acknowledged that it could have made a better effort to educate its users about changes to the way email addresses are displayed with profiles.
Tech Boom Hits Rental Prices :: People are flocking to San Francisco for jobs churned out by the area's new tech boom, expanding the local economy but driving up costs and straining resources for residents and newcomers alike.
Grammar, a Victim in the Office :: Managers are fighting an epidemic of grammar gaffes in the workplace, where looseness with language can create bad impressions with clients, ruin marketing materials and cause communications errors.
Welcome to the Bossless Company :: Welcome to the bossless company, where the hierarchy is flat, pay is often determined by peers, and the workday is directed by employees themselves.
On Orbitz, Mac Users See Pricier Hotels :: Orbitz is starting to show users of Apple's Mac computers different, and sometimes costlier, travel options than Windows visitors see.
Pharmacist Is In, Nudging You to Take Your Pills :: Pharmacists can't actually prescribe drugs, but with their patients' permission they can call the physician to discuss recommended medications that may have been overlooked and ask whether the doctor wants to prescribe them.
News Corp. Considers Splitting in Two :: News Corp. is considering separating its publishing assets from its entertainment arm.
Stalled 'Debby' to Soak Florida for Days :: Parts of Florida braced for as much as 25 inches of rain as Tropical Storm Debby crawled toward the northern Gulf coast Monday.
Inside the Brains of Bieber Fans :: What's behind Bieber Fever? Neuroscience offers an explanation to why teens—girls in particular—become so passionate about some musicians.
Chinese Target U.S. Homes :: Lennar is in talks with the China Development Bank for approximately $1.7 billion in capital to jump-start two San Francisco projects.
Police Slain at Mexico City Airport :: Men wearing what appeared to be police uniforms opened fire in a food court at Mexico City's international airport on Monday, killing three federal policemen on an antidrug mission as panicked witnesses dived for cover.
Spain, Cyprus Request Bailout Aid :: Spain and Cyprus formally became the fourth and fifth countries to request aid from the euro zone's bailout funds Monday.
Upgrade Race for Data Centers :: A new approach to computer networking called software-defined networking promises to refashion the data center, creating a crop of start-ups that are forcing old-guard vendors like Cisco and Juniper to shift strategies.
Turkey Says Syria Shot at Second Plane :: Turkey levied new allegations against Syria related to the shooting down of a Turkish military jet. Damascus warned NATO against retaliation.
Stephens: Who Lost Egypt? :: Egyptians, obviously. Obama and Bush, too. And a superficial idea of 'freedom.'
Employment, Italian Style :: The rules and burdens that explain Europe's economic crisis.
Texas grid sets June power record, urges conservation :: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/mXmk-fAFvE0/us-utilities-texas-heat-idUSBRE85O10G20120625
Siblings spend millions for differing political ends - Kansas City Star :: http://www.kansascity.com/2012/06/10/3650916/siblings-spend-millions-for-differing.html
Wu: A few lessons from the 74th District primary race - Daily Pilot :: http://articles.dailypilot.com/2012-06-09/opinion/tn-dpt-0610-wu-20120609_1_performances-and-minimal-interaction-independent-and-other-news-charles-munger-jr-s
The 10 Greatest Books of All Time :: What are they? A new book tries to settle it once and for all.
France Is Main Obstacle to Solution :: Simon Nixon: To create a fiscal and banking union without a political union would multiply the original mistakes in the creation of a monetary union.
Law Grads Face Brutal Job Market :: Members of the law-school class of 2011 had little better than a 50-50 shot of landing a job as a lawyer within nine months of receiving a degree, new data show.
Historic London Apartment :: This three bedroom apartment in Mayfair is in a newly restored 18th century building that was the home of Sir Robert Walpole, considered to be Britain's first prime minister.
Google CEO: 'Nothing Seriously Wrong' :: Google CEO Larry Page moved to reassure employees about his health after he missed the company's annual meeting, writing in an email that "there is nothing seriously wrong with me."
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