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4 Tips to Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone and Living Your Dream Life

Entrepreneur Network partner Jack Canfield says we as people and entrepreneurs often feel stuck in our lives and our work. However, we often allow that feeling to become a self-fulfilling prophecy when we refuse to get outside our comfort zones to actually make significant changes.  Canfield wants to change that thinking. In this video, he gives four tips on how you can break out of your own comfort zone — the one that is making you unhappy, in the long…

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Manufacturing buoyed as focus shifts to rate hikes

Asia’s major manufacturing economies saw their fastest expansion in factory activity in years last month, driven by robust demand for electronics, while November was also the best month for euro zone factories in over 17 years. As David Pollard reports, it could firm the case for central banks to tighten monetary policy next year. ▲ Hide Transcript ▶ View Transcript November saw a glittering performance from global production lines. Major economies enjoying their biggest rise in factory activity in years.…

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MillerCoors Purchases Group Annuity Contract to Secure Pension Benefits

DENVER & MONTREAL–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Molson Coors Brewing Company (NYSE: TAP; TSX: TPX) announced today that its wholly-owned subsidiary, MillerCoors LLC, has closed on an agreement to purchase a group annuity contract from Athene Annuity and Life Company, a subsidiary of Athene Holding Ltd. (“Athene”), under which Athene will assume from the MillerCoors LLC Pension Plan (the “Plan”) obligations to pay future pension benefits to over 6,000 retirees and beneficiaries. By transferring the obligations to Athene, MillerCoors will reduce its pension projected…

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A breathalyser for disease

HIPPOCRATES, the father of medicine, was known to have used smell as an aid to his work. Generations of doctors followed suit. Syphilis, for instance, is thought to have a characteristic odour; the smell of rotting apples suggests diabetes. Today, things are more sophisticated. All sorts of volatile organic compounds (gases, known as VOCs, that are given off by living organisms) have been identified, in laboratories, as markers of specific diseases from breast cancer to cholera. A paper reported on…

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New House bill would kill CFPB’s payday loan rule

The payday loan rule, not scheduled to take effect until mid-2019, would require lenders to make sure the borrower can afford to pay off the loan and still meet their daily expenses and obligations. It also would limit the number of such loans that could be made back-to-back to three per borrower. Supporters of the rule are hoping the congressional resolution is dead in its tracks. “Payday lenders put cash-strapped Americans in a crippling cycle of 300 percent-interest loan debt,”…

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After over a decade, MDMK to support DMK in R K Nagar bypoll

MDMK chief Vaiko on Sunday announced his party’s support to the DMK in the R K Nagar Assembly bypoll scheduled on December 21, the first such gesture after over a decade. After a high-level party meeting here, Vaiko said his party has unanimously decided to support the DMK in the by-election. “It is a well-thought-out decision considering the interests of Tamil Nadu and the Dravidian movement,” he told reporters. Asked if the alliance will continue,…

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Labour shadow chancellor John McDonnell says nationalisation will be “cost free”

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell said this morning that Labour’s nationalisation programme will be “cost free”. Speaking on Sky News, McDonnell defended Labour’s plans to take over key industries, repeating his claim that the policy will pay for itself. Read more: John McDonnell slammed for refusing to cost Labour’s nationalisation plans The Labour party has pledged to nationalise the utilities, and the railways, when they come to the end of their franchises. Morgan Stanley has warned that the Labour party’s plan…

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Karl Darlow explains why Newcastle United must take positives out of Chelsea defeat

Karl Darlow admits that Newcastle United could still have taken a point from Stamford Bridge. The Magpies lined up with a five-man defensive rearguard and frustrated Chelsea in the early stages by grabbing the lead through Dwight Gayle. But even though Chelsea showed their quality by taking the lead, United’s game plan was still on before Matt Ritchie’s lunge on Victor Moses offered the Blues the chance to settle the matter. Darlow said: “I think the game plan was to…

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The State of America’s Wealthy Black People

  Wealthy black people account for approximately 4% of the nation’s top-earning households and the wealth gap between them and the average black person is staggering. The Federal Reserve’s survey, along with the Pew Research Center, reports there are around 120 million households in America, with 83 million white households and 14 million black households. There are 1.2 million households in the top 1% of net worth and over 96% are white (1,152,000).   (Image: iStock/PGGutenbergUKLtd)   Only 1.4% of…

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Ofgem publishes latest data on the retail and wholesale energy markets

Ofgem has today published its latest indicators on the retail and wholesale energy market. These include its quarterly Supplier Cost Index, which tracks suppliers’ costs, as well as data on customer complaints to suppliers and energy prices. All this data can be found on Ofgem’s data portal. Further information For media, contact: Tim Webb: 0207 901 7179 Media out of hours mobile: 07766 511470 (media calls only) About Ofgem Ofgem is the independent energy regulator for Great Britain. Its priority…

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Disney Re-Engages in Talks to Buy 21st Century Fox Assets

Walt Disney Co. has re-engaged in discussions with 21st Century Fox to purchase some of the media giant’s assets, and Comcast Corp. remains in the mix, with deal talks gaining momentum, according to people familiar with the situation. The talks center on the Twentieth Century Fox movie and TV studio, international assets such as Fox’s 39% holding in U.K. satellite TV provider Sky PLC and India’s Star TV, along with some U.S. cable networks. Fox News, the Fox broadcast network…

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Why Trying New Things Is So Hard to Do

When the same choice is made over and over again, the downside of trying something different is limited and fixed — that one soda is unappealing — while the potential gains are disproportionately large. One study estimated that 47 percent of human behaviors are of this habitual variety. Yet many people persist in buying branded products even when equivalent generics are available. These choices are noteworthy for drugs, when generics and branded options are chemically equivalent. Why continue to buy…

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Does Your Startup Have a Spending Strategy?

Executive Summary Starting a new business involves a host of challenges, and chief among them is knowing what to spend your money on – and how much to spend. But spending choices require tradeoffs, so entrepreneurs must take care to develop a strategy for allocating limited resources across a wide range of available options. Too often, assumptions about the potential market and its clients can cloud our judgement about expenses, as can personal spending habits. Asking a few questions can…

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General Motors Tries on the Language of Silicon Valley

Dec. 1, 2017 11:20 a.m. ET Silicon Valley isn’t just prodding General Motors Co. into making electric cars—and soon driverless ones. It has also steered it toward a more audacious approach to setting goals. GM started touting its autonomous-car technology in private conversations with investors and analysts this summer. An investor day in San Francisco on Thursday took the vision public with a startling forecast: The company would have driverless cars ready to tackle the most complex urban environments in…

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