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Great Debate: Banning e-mail at work

By On December 6, 2011

It sounds like an impossible feat. But Atos, an international IT services company, announced that it will ban e-mails because the big boss, Thierry Breton, considers 90 percent of them a waste… Read More


Are kids these days overbooked?

By On August 15, 2011

One of my girlfriends recently confessed that she’s paying thousands of dollars a year for football clinics, workshops, equipment and personal training for her son. He’s not even 12. The goal, she… Read More


Would you pay for news online?

By On July 25, 2011

Back in March, the news juggernaut New York Times began charging the most frequent users of its website to access news they used to get for free. (Read its announcement back in… Read More


GlamMa is the new grandma?

By On May 26, 2011

I thought being called “aunty” was tough. Then I read an article in the New York Times earlier this month about baby boomers who don’t want to be called grandparents. “This generation… Read More


Hey, Hawaii, you happy?

By On March 9, 2011

Apparently, we're the happiest state in the nation… Read More