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Is America Headed for a New Kind of Civil War?

By Robin Wright, The New Yorker A day after the brawling and racist brutality and deaths in Virginia, Governor Terry McAuliffe asked, “How did we get to this place?” The more relevant question after Charlottesville—and other deadly episodes in Ferguson, … Continue reading

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Syria gas attack: Writing your GP essay with feeling

When GP students think of science and technology, they often think of the iPhone and the Playstation VR. Well, don’t forget sarin gas, or the almost 10,000 kg, 30-foot long explosive known as the Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB) bomb … Continue reading

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How Purple, Uber and Airbnb Are Disrupting and Redefining Old Industries

Larry Alton Contributor Freelance Writer & Former Entrepreneur When you look at traditional industries in the U.S., it’s clear that many are outdated and boring. However, customers continue to do business with the companies within these industries, because there are … Continue reading

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Why Women Still Can’t Have It All

A forthright examination of a long-burning issue by a woman who has held some of the highest positions in academia and public service. The article is extremely long, but provides a rich source of experience, examples and research to those … Continue reading

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Yeo Jiawei amassed $23.9 mil just 15 months after leaving BSI: Prosecutors

Read about Singapore prosecutors’ descriptions of how young Singapore banker Yeo Jiawei allegedly amassed S$23.9 m in just 15 months to attain a net worth of S$26 m by the age of 32. He is accused of money laundering and … Continue reading

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If you’re a young Singaporean and you’re not an entrepreneur…

Recently I attended the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of a Singaporean company in the electronics business. All shareholders get to attend AGMs, which I highly recommend for anyone who hopes to become a successful investor. There you get to meet the … Continue reading

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