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An LG Exec Might Miss the Consumer Electronics Show for His Alleged Sabotage of a  Washing Machine

This article originally appeared in Business Insider. The head of LG's home appliance division may be forced to miss the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in 2015 because of a bizarre incident in which he was accused of sabotaging a rival's washing machine. Show More Summary

Teammates have fun teasing each other, and Clippers video goes viral

The most compelling back-and-forth involving the Clippers on Friday came hours before they played the Philadelphia 76ers.

Think (Really!) Small

Teams work, but only with a very small number of members.

Noted for Your Nighttime Procrastination for March 27, 2015

Must- and Should-Reads: Evening Must-Read: Michael Strain: [How to Cut Taxes and Help the Poor](http://equitablegrowth.org/?p=10116) Kenneth Thomas: [Wikileaks Releases Trans-Pacific Partnership Investment Chapter](http://www.middleclasspoliticaleconomist.com/2015/03/wikileaks-releases-trans-pacific.html)...Show More Summary

Chase Ink Plus Review

If you’re looking for a business card that offers both extreme rewards and valuable perks, look no further than the Chase Ink Plus® Business Credit Card. Not only do you earn one point per dollar spent on all purchases made with theShow More Summary

Ellen Pao trial loss sends shock waves through Silicon Valley

SAN FRANCISCO — Audible gasps could be heard in a San Francisco court room Friday afternoon as a jury's verdict shot down one claim after another in Ellen Pao's gender discrimination lawsuit against her former employer, venture capital...Show More Summary

Supreme Court ruling puts state regulatory boards in crosshairs

Want to get paid for shampooing someone's hair? In California, you may need to have at least nine months of experience and pass a licensing test overseen by the state barbering and cosmetology board, whose members include salon professionals.

Chevron exits Caltex Australia stake for $3.7 billion

By Morag MacKinnon PERTH (Reuters) - U.S. energy giant Chevron sold its entire stake in refiner Caltex Australia Ltd for A$4.7 billion ($3.7 billion) in Asia’s biggest block deal this year, as falling oil prices and high costs hurt margins. Show More Summary

People Claiming That Even John Maynard Keynes Is No True Keynesian!: April Fools Festival Day XVIII

Oh, this is going to be fun! Let's start with J.W. Mason: J.W. Mason: [The Call Is Coming from Inside the House](http://slackwire.blogspot.se/2014/07/the-call-is-coming-from-inside-house.html): "Economists don’t listen to themselves.... Show More Summary

The New Conscious Heart Workshop

I’m happy to announce that we’re now taking registrations for a new 3-day workshop: The Conscious Heart Workshop. Since this workshop is very unique, I decided to create a video to tell you all about it. So please watch the video to learn about CHW and to decide if you want to be there. Show More Summary

Dodgers' new infield is delivering on defense, as promised

In three-plus weeks of exhibition games, Adrian Gonzalez's eyes have confirmed what advanced metrics predicted: The Dodgers' infield defense will be better than it was last season.

An 'obnoxious gesture'? L.A. architect Thom Mayne's tower in the Alps draws ire

Release a rendering of a very tall, very shiny glass tower looming over an idyllic mountain village and the Internet goes bananas. That's what happened earlier this week when Morphosis Architects of Los Angeles released its design renderings for a new luxury hotel in Vals, a...

And Just One Will Do

Wally Bock has ten sure-fire ways to fail as a leader.

Pentagon "Loses Track" Of Equipment From $750mm Bomb-Spotting Program, Finds On eBay & Craigslist

Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, The Pentagon lost track of sensitive equipment from a $750 million program to help U.S. soldiers spot roadside bombs — and some of it wound up for sale on eBay, Craigslist and other websites, according to a Navy intelligence document obtained by The Intercept. Show More Summary

Gonzaga does it again, defeating UCLA, 74-62, in South Regional game

Not long after a span of 6 minutes 29 seconds in which Gonzaga and UCLA failed to make a single field goal, UCLA Coach Steve Alford called a timeout. He turned to an assistant.

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