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How to Motivate Millennials

How to Motivate MillennialsGood people from any generation can be good employees if motivated. The following are four ways (expanded to seven) to motivate Millennials.

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Hudson's Bay to invest in online retailing, warns on profit

Hudson's Bay to invest in online retailing, warns on profitCanadian department store operator Hudson's Bay Co , which bought U.S. luxury chain Saks Inc last year, forecast weaker-than-expected 2014 earnings as it spends more to build up its online shopping sites. Hudson's Bay shares fell as much as 9 percent, making the stock one of the biggest losers on the Toronto Stock Exchange as the company also reported a steep fall in fourth-quarter profit. The company said it expects adjusted earnings

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US first lady hosts education roundtable in China

US first lady hosts education roundtable in ChinaBEIJING (AP) — U.S. first lady Michelle Obama told Chinese professors, students and parents on Sunday that she wouldn't have risen to where she was if her parents hadn't pushed for her to get a good education.

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China, Netherlands to sign trade pacts

China, Netherlands to sign trade pactsTHE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — China and the Netherlands will sign a trade pact pledging Dutch dairy expertise to help Chinese producers boost the quality and quantity of their milk.

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Non-banks notch a win in long-running derivatives battle

Non-banks notch a win in long-running derivatives battleBy Lauren Tara LaCapra NEW YORK (Reuters) - A group of small brokerages and large commodities companies convinced lawmakers to tweak a rule that they say would have made derivatives trading more expensive for them and sent more business to Wall Street banks that already dominate the market. Companies including INTL FCStone Inc, Nomura Holdings Inc, Cargill Inc and Royal Dutch Shell Plc lobbied a congressional committee to change a rule proposed

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Stanford opening new lab to study bad science

Stanford opening new lab to study bad scienceDespite the prestige that comes with research being published in peer-reviewed journals like Nature, recent investigation into published studies have found many to be irreproducible or flat-out wrong. To help prevent this influx of bad science, Stanford University is launching the Meta-Research Innovation Center (METRIC) to verify the findings of scientific research. METRIC, The Economist reports, is led by Stanford professor John Ioannidis, an

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