7 Bedtime routines that could damage your success

When you’re focused on work, it’s easy to forget one of the most important things you can do to succeed -- sleep.

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Washington takes more measures to blame Russia for MH17 crash

21stCenturyWire July 31st, 2014
After their total failure to blame eastern Ukrainian Rebels and Moscow for what appears to be Kiev forces shooting down Fight MH17 on July 17th, Washington and its NATO allies have shifted their propaganda strategy in a new attempt to implicate Russia for international war crimes…

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7 Bedtime routines that could damage your success

Gaby Lim July 31st, 2014
When you’re focused on work, it’s easy to forget one of the most important things you can do to succeed -- sleep.

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8 ways smartphones are making us stupid

Gabriela Motroc July 31st, 2014
We consider our smartphones a trusted virtual assistant, a walking encyclopaedia or even a good friend when there is no one else around.

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10 Child prodigies who may change the world

Gaby Lim July 31st, 2014
The world will never tire of child prodigies simply because they never fail to inspire. Naturally gifted, these young geniuses remind us to look into ourselves and think about how we’re using our own gifts and talents to impact the people around us.

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Fresh six year high for Aussie 200 index

Ashley Jessen July 31st, 2014
Lacklustre overseas bourses were no road block for the Aussie 200 index today, which powered above the 5600 level, providing fresh six year highs with highlights coming from the Utilities and Industrial sectors. Quite a big economic announcement night with US GDP and the interest rate decision at the FOMC meeting in Washington.

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7 Types of people who always succeed in business

Gaby Lim July 30th, 2014
What does it take to be a successful entrepreneur? Business experts and venture capitalists agree that your grade point average and personality type are irrelevant to the question of whether you’re going to make a successful entrepreneur or not.

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10 Reasons People Quit Facebook

Jean Natividad July 30th, 2014
A lot of Internet users, particularly the Millennials, are reportedly leaving Facebook. What used to be the top social media account to have is now being considered a vice or a bad habit.

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Twitter reports a loss but stocks continue to surge

Staff Reporter July 31st, 2014
Although analysts previously expected Twitter to report a loss of a penny per share, the company exceeded all expectations when it showed a two-cent profit and boosted its overall revenue by 124 per cent over the year-ago period.

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MRRT raises a mere $600k in revenue

Staff Reporter July 31st, 2014
The mining tax has raised only $600,000 AUD in revenue and it is yet to hit a profit target since it was introduced on July 1, 2012. MRRT is also famous for not having raised any money in the first two quarters after coming into force.

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Hockey ecstatic at the launch of his biography

Staff Reporter July 31st, 2014
The biography of Treasurer Joe Hockey entitled Hockey: Not Your Average Joe and written by former ABC broadcaster Madonna King was finally launched after approximately one year of research. Although Mr Hockey stated that he is happy with how the book turned out, political commentators have concluded that the authorized biography indicates his ambitions to become the next Prime Minister.

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Royal Commission continues union investigation

Gabriela Motroc July 31st, 2014
The royal commission into union corruption resumed on Wednesday and called whistle-blower Kathy Jackson back into the witness box. According to the Australian Associated Press, the HSU national secretary accused the now-jailed general secretary of Health Services Union Michael Williamson of corruption. However, she failed to admit the fact that she was friends with Carron Gilleland, former co-owner of Communigraphix.

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Indian start-up launches first smart shoe

Gabriela Motroc July 31st, 2014
The first pair of wearable shoes with navigation included is expected to hit select stores this September for a price between USD100 and USD 150. Indian startup Ducere Technologies Pvt. created Lechal, which in Hindi stands for “take me along.” Although the smartshoe was originally created to help the blind persons who rely on canes while walking, it has been adjusted to vibrate in order to tell its user when and where to turn to reach the location added on Google Maps.

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Amazon launches 3-D printing store

Gabriela Motroc July 31st, 2014
Amazon has officially entered the 3-D printing world after launching its own online shop with “more than 200 unique print on-demand products.” The company will not be involved in the manufacturing process, but will connect its clients with 3D-printing businesses like 3DLT, Sculpteo and Mixee Labs.

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Is Apple ready to accept Bitcoins?

Staff Reporter July 30th, 2014
After Apple adjusted the terms of use fro its app store in order to accommodate companies that wish to promote “transmission of approved digital currencies,” it also welcomed back Blockchain, the UK-based Bitcoin wallet app.

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Australia can’t afford the mining tax: Gina Rinehart

Gabriela Motroc July 30th, 2014
Gina Rinehart, Australia’s richest person agrees that the mining tax has to go, but her decision is not about “making Gina richer or anything stupid and short-sighted like that,” the Australian Associated Press reports.

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Herbalife disappoints with falling shares

Staff Reporter July 30th, 2014
After 21 quarters in which Herbalife had exceeded the expectations of Wall Street analysts, the multi-level marketing company’s profit fell 17 per cent to USD119.5 million.

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Apple scammed out of $330,000

Gabriela Motroc July 30th, 2014
A 24-year-old man from Tampa Bay, Florida scammed Apple out of $329,237 AUD. Sharron Laverne Parrish Jr reportedly defrauded the tech giant 42 times in 16 states and is now being held in custody without bail.

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Australia home sales rise in June

Gabriela Motroc July 30th, 2014
On Tuesday, the Housing Industry Association released its latest figures, which show that new home sales registered a boost in the month and quarter of June 2014.

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Australian police fail to reach MH17 crash site

Gabriela Motroc July 30th, 2014
The Dutch and Australian police have failed to reach the MH17 crash site over fears of dragging the joint force into conflict.

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