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Funny story: BP's "Global Cooling Machine" Enables Consumers to Think Globally, Cool Locally

BP's "Global Cooling Machine" Enables Consumers to Think Globally, Cool Locally

Oil company British Petroleum, whose corporate reputation has suffered since the environmentally devastating 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, recently announced the launch of a groundbreaking new product: the global cooling machine or "GCM," designe...
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Funny story: Professor Quits Job To Open Brothel In Nevada

Professor Quits Job To Open Brothel In Nevada

DEMOCRACY NOW! TRANSCRIPT This is a rush transcript. Copy may not be in its final form. AMY GOODMAN: Here today with me is Professor Hugh Hurrong who has just resigned from the University of Houston to open a brothel in Nevada. Professor, why did you resign from your position at the university? HUGH HURRONG: Well, Amy, in my role as a Professor of Finance I defended Wall Street, Big...
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Funny story: College Professors: Legalized Prostitution

College Professors: Legalized Prostitution

AP--University presidents of USC, Notre Dame, MIT, Michigan State and U.C.L.A announced a new academic consortium designed to essentially make schools virtual extensions of corporations. The group is called "Corporate Academia." Its slogan is "The...
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Funny story: Anonymous Attack Cripples Grocery Chain

Anonymous Attack Cripples Grocery Chain

Arlington, KY - The cyber-criminal organization Anonymous claimed another victory against corporate America by simultaneously shutting down three self-checkout stands at a local grocery store. A mildly irritated crowd of five waited for moments...
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Funny story: Corporate Buddhism Training Helps Employees Understand that Job Dissatisfaction and Malaise Are Actually Nirvana

Corporate Buddhism Training Helps Employees Understand that Job Dissatisfaction and Malaise Are Actually Nirvana

"Mindfulness," a concept with its roots in Buddhism, has become a catch-word in many corporate environments. Benjamin Robinson, President and CEO of the New York City-based marketing firm Market-Based Marketing ("MBM"), has also implemented many othe...
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Funny story: Naming rights to federal buildings available by auction

Naming rights to federal buildings available by auction

Naming rights to thousands of federal buildings throughout the United States will go up for auction next month, thanks to the latest effort by Congress to restore balance to the nation's finances. Federal buildings have traditionally only been na...
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Banks will close even earlier on Shortest Day

Banks already close too early for most people's convenience. They will close at 11 am, on the shortest day, this year 'because we can 'says Exec.
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