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On Facebook's Flaws, the 'Working Rich,' and the Devolution of Social Mood: Our Top Stories of 2012

Mon Dec 31st, 2012

Minyanville Staff

From our editors and writers, a roundup of the articles that best defined our view of the year in business.

How Google, Facebook, and Former Outsiders Are Becoming Old School in Unexpected Ways

Wed Dec 12th, 2012

Drea Knufken

The revolving door between Washington, DC, and c-suite offices in the private sector now extends to the tech firms we once thought would change everything about corporate america.

9 Most Promising Former Facebook Employees

Mon Oct 8th, 2012

Drea Knufken

These nine individuals used to report to Mark Zuckerberg. Now they're following a higher calling.

OMG, We Love These Tickers [SLIDE SHOW]

Thu Jul 19th, 2012

Drea Knufken

For some companies, inventing a ticker symbol can be more art than science.

10 CEOs Who Have Seen Military Combat

Tue Jul 3rd, 2012

Christopher Witrak and Drea Knufken

Now that companies are struggling to turn a profit and cut costs, they may want to look at the leadership examples set by these shrewd former members of the armed services.

10 Business Icons Who Have Lived the American Dream

Mon Jul 2nd, 2012

Drea Knufken

These innovative leaders have proven that the fragile concept is still reality for the talented and brave.

10 Stocks for Hipsters: Canada Update

Fri Jun 22nd, 2012

Christopher Graf

Indie music-buying, Starbucks-avoiding hipsters are more connected to big companies than you'd imagine. Ironic, right?

They Claimed What? 10 Products With Outrageous Marketing Claims

Mon Mar 12th, 2012

Sterling Wong

Marketing is an art, not a science, so it's no wonder businesses stretch the truth. But what happens when they simply make things up?

Old Money: Business Leaders Over 80

Fri Feb 24th, 2012

Sterling Wong and Drea Knufken

Is 80 the new 40? While the official retirement age for business executives is 65, these 80-and-over leaders are still going strong and show no sign of slowing down.

Tech Bubble 2.0: It's a Private Thing

Wed Feb 22nd, 2012

Drea Knufken

It takes companies an average of nine years to go public. No wonder investors stand to make the big bucks on private exchanges.
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