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Analysts say Rogers job cuts could be good if they lead to rev...

, EDT. TORONTO - With Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX:RCI.B) confirming that it has eliminated "several hundred middle management positions" as part of its Rogers 3.0 corporate revitalization plan, analysts say the Toronto-based company's new ... Newstalk 1290 CJBK, 5 hours ago
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Outlook India

Its Eternal Cogs

Mad is what family and friends came close to calling Dilip Pandey when he quit a good software job that paid him Rs 4 lakh a month in Hong Kong, sold his house there and flew back to India with his wife, an eight-month-old daughter and a ...
 Outlook India3 days ago

Here's Scientific Proof That Gchat Makes You Worse At Your Job

Cultura RM/Tim Platt via If youre trying to actually do a good job on something, it might be a good idea to hide your phone and make yourself invisible on Gchat . Past research shows that in an office, an employee can be interrupted as many ...
 Yahoo! News6 days ago
Air Force Times

Opinion: No need to go back to Iraq - the job may be done for us

There seems to be an awful lot of people who think any excuse to travel to a foreign country and kill people is a good one. It's a shame that the two-edged sword of technologically enabled communication cuts in a way that provides them a platform ...
 Air Force Times11 hours ago

Why Subbarao will not take up a finance or govt job

MUMBAI: It is natural for any bureaucrat or a regulator to seek a lucrative assignment in the private sector after retirement, or a role in some committees of the government. All their life, when they guard public interest against the vested ...
 Economic Times2 hours ago Here's why D Subbarao will not take up a finance or government job  Economic Times3 hours ago
Mashable

Ex Yale Professor: For a Good Education, Avoid the Ivy League

Harvard University pennants are on sale at The Harvard Cooperative society in Cambridge, Massachusetts on December 15, 2009. Image: Michael Fein/Bloomberg via William Deresiewicz for The New Republic 2014-07-22 22:06:29 UTC Follow @tnr In ...
 Mashable4 hours ago

Immigrant food: Is good food dependent on race or on other factors?

Penang's cuisine is great because of multiple layers of migration, mingling and messing about with recipes. Can this achievement be repeated? Would Penang hawker food taste authentic only if it's cooked by locals? My favourite French ...
 TheStar.com.my2 days ago

The world at your feet — starting over mid-career

Dreaming of leaving your humdrum job for one you love? Amish, who made the switch from being a banker to bestselling author, tells you how to make the leap. In 2010, even before dreaming of a shift in career, I had read an article in the Harvard ...
 Times of India3 days ago

Emma Balfour: the non-conformist

Emma Balfour ushers me into her home, steps around the composting toilet in the hallway, and rummages for some good cups to make tea. Her Bondi bungalow is a study in elegant grunge. Outside, it's painted sea green the same colour as when she ...
 Sydney Morning Herald3 days ago
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Outlook India

Who Needs The Media?

It is extraordinary. Every move, indeed every sneeze of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been lovingly reported by the media. From his kurta to his stylish jacket to his clean desk. Strangely, one daring initiative has gone unnoticed. Modi is nearly ...
 Outlook India4 days ago 27 Australians on crashed flight  Canberra Times4 days ago By keeping journos at arm's length, PM has done himself no harm  Economic Times5 days ago By keeping journalists at arm's length, the PM has minimised potential damage to himself  Economic Times5 days ago
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