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Your Next Job Application Could Involve a Video Game
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Brittni Daron jumped through a lot of hoops before she landed her job as a solution consultant at Oracle. At the tech giant, as at other firms in Silicon Valley to which she applied, she endured weeks ­ — and occasionally months — of phone interviews, in-person interviews, mock presentations, personality tests and technical tests […]

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Everything You’re Thinking About Nintendo Is Totally Wrong
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August is nearly upon us. That’s the month when Nintendo will finally, officially unveil the Game Boy Advance to the Japanese public at its Space World 2000 expo. The Game Boy has been around for more than a decade and we’re all prepped to take the next step in portable gaming. The Game Boy Advance […]

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Study Says Elderly Are Less Able to Overcome Stereotypes
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The elderly are more likely to be racially biased than younger people because their mental ability to screen out stereotypes has deteriorated, a new study conducted by an Ohio State University psychologist says. But older people are also more likely to say they oppose racism, according to the study, which appears in the May issue […]

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How Long To Nap For The Biggest Brain Benefits
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Taking a nap, we’ve seen time and again, is like rebooting your brain. Everyone likes to get a quick nap in every now and then, but napping may be as much of an art as it is a science. The Wall Street Journal offers recommendations for planning your perfect nap, including how long to nap […]

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FSC lifts ban on day trading to boost trade volume
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The Financial Supervisory Commission on Sunday announced that from today, a ban on day trading on the Taiwanese market will be lifted, allowing both retail and institutional traders to buy and sell a given stock on the same day, in an effort to stimulate trading volumes. According to the FSC, members of the investing public […]

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Why Everyone Seems to Have Cancer
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We are currently losing the war against cancer. On New Year’s day the government publishes a Report to the Nation about the Status of Cancer. 50 years ago, a person was more likely to die from heart disease, than from cancer. Today the odds are almost 50-50 between dying from heart disease or cancer. Scientists and […]

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