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Here Are People's Morning Routines In 8 Major Cities Around The World

Here Are People's Morning Routines In 8 Major Cities Around The World

Only 44 percent of Londoners wake up before 7 a.m.

An IKEA report surveyed more than 8,000 people in eight major cities on their morning habits, and found several interesting differences between residents. Read More »

Salon Ad Ridicules Kim Jong-Un's Haircut, Manager Visited By Irate North Korean Officials

Salon Ad Ridicules Kim Jong-Un's Haircut, Manager Visited By Irate North Korean Officials

This is in England, by the way.

A London salon manager was visited by two North Korean officials, who demanded he remove a promotional poster making fun of Kim Jong-un. Read More »

3 Ways You Can Succeed By Thinking Like An Olympic Athlete

3 Ways You Can Succeed By Thinking Like An Olympic Athlete

By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter Some of the most phenomenal young people were in London recently. They are superior athletes who have been laser focused on their sport, some since they were barely old enough to walk. While they have all truly earned a gold medal for the discipline necessary to take this world... Read More »

Career Lessons From Olympic Athletes

Career Lessons From Olympic Athletes

By Heather Huhman With the 2012 Summer Olympics in full swing, we're fascinated by stories of individuals who have the vigor and dedication to truly excel at their passions worldwide. It's a likely story for Olympic athletes, but what about us common folk who are working to excel at our decidedly less flashy... Read More »

How To Be An Olympic Athlete At Work

How To Be An Olympic Athlete At Work

By Vickie Elmer The Summer Olympics, with opening ceremonies July 27 in London, bring us critical lessons on how to prepare for success. Many of the swimmers, tennis players and other athletes will have spent countless hours, days and years in training and preparation for a competition that will be over in... Read More »

Ex-Olympus CEO Wins $15 Million Settlement, Company Announces Job Cuts

Ex-Olympus CEO Wins $15 Million Settlement, Company Announces Job Cuts

By Yuri Kageyama TOKYO (AP) -- Former Olympus Corp. Chief Executive Michael Woodford will receive 10 million pounds (1.2 billion yen, $15.4 million) in a settlement over his dismissal from the Japanese camera and medical equipment maker. Olympus also announced it will cut nearly 3,000 jobs. Read More »

Bank's Anti-Fraud Chief Charged With $3.9 Million Fraud

Bank's Anti-Fraud Chief Charged With $3.9 Million Fraud

May 25 (Reuters) - The former head of digital banking fraud and security at state-backed Lloyds Banking Group has been charged with defrauding her employer by submitting close to 2.5 million pounds ($3.9 million) worth of false expense claims. Read More »

London Workers Recreate Famous New York Photo From The Depression

London Workers Recreate Famous New York Photo From The Depression

The famous Depression-era photo taken by Charles C. Ebbets in 1932, which features construction workers sitting on a steel girder high above the Manhattan skyline, has been recreated -- only this time using London as a backdrop. Photographer Michael Crompton took the photo last year, while he was working on... Read More »

'Moanday' Is The Worst Day Of The Week For Workers

'Moanday' Is The Worst Day Of The Week For Workers

Every so often a bit of news surfaces that makes the mind wobble -- such as this one: A new survey from the U.K. finds that Monday is the most miserable day of the week for workers. Well, duh. As anyone who works a typical workweek can tell you, it can be a bit tough to get up and get going on any Monday.... Read More »

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