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The Buddha Wears Prada: A Protest Against MFA Ads Boston

The Buddha Wears Prada: A Protest Against MFA Ads

By Lynda Morgenroth

I’ve been trying to get used to the flashy, splashy ads of luxury goods in the MFA members’ magazine. It’s not working. I cannot believe that what the museum rakes in from these ads justifies the discord.

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Great Job. Now You're Fired. Economy

Great Job. Now You're Fired.

By Tom LeCompte

Baby Boomers are facing unique challenges in this economy. After decades of loyal service to a company, with retirement in the offing, many are being shown the door.

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The Minimum Wage War Is Misguided Economy

The Minimum Wage War Is Misguided

By Steve Trumble

The notion that all work should be able to support a household or family is unrealistic. The idea we must fight is the “dead-end” job.

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Beware Of Bitcoin Economy

Beware Of Bitcoin

By Mark T. Williams

Real value is created through meaningful innovation and adoption — not smoke and mirror deception.

Easy For You To Say, Randi Zuckerberg Business

Easy For You To Say, Randi Zuckerberg

By Kabrina Chang

The sister of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg says we should stop trying to separate our personal and professional lives. But she doesn’t work where you work.

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The Tesla Tug-Of-War Innovation

The Tesla Tug-Of-War

By Robert Keough

Tesla wants to revolutionize not just what we drive — but the way we buy it. This has earned the electric car company the wrath of the National Auto Dealers Association and their state counterparts.

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3 Things We Can Learn From The 2013 Red Sox Red Sox

3 Things We Can Learn From The 2013 Red Sox

By Thomas Kochan

The team’s worst to first transformation in a trying time might give us clues on how to rebuild the U.S. economy and democracy into something that again makes us stand tall and proud as one.

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Pixel Pollution: A Screed Against Screens Media

Pixel Pollution: A Screed Against Screens

By Ethan Gilsdorf

We’ve gotten so used to seeing TV screens everywhere — taxis, gas stations, elevators, even bathrooms. It seems we’re never more than a foot or two away from our next media experience.

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Pixel Pollution: A Screed Against Screens Media

Pixel Pollution: A Screed Against Screens

By Ethan Gilsdorf

We’ve gotten so used to seeing TV screens everywhere — taxis, gas stations, elevators, even bathrooms. It seems we’re never more than a foot or two away from our next media experience.

The End Of The Mommy Wars Life

The End Of The Mommy Wars

By Carey Goldberg

The purported battle between “stay-at-home” mothers and “working” mothers is officially over. But was there ever really a conflict to begin with?

Sheryl Sandberg’s Biggest Blind Spot Life

Sheryl Sandberg’s Biggest Blind Spot

By Carey Goldberg

“Lean In” pushes women to work full-time in high-powered jobs, even through motherhood. But it seems to willfully disregard one glaring fact: A great many of us don’t want to.

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