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Production of most paper cash fell markedly last year, as credit cards remained entrenched and paper bills were lasting much longer.
Read "As Plastic Reigns, the Treasury Slows Its Printing Presses" from The New York Times.
Bill Gross is a widely followed bond expert and manager who recently sold his entire portfolio of United States Treasury bonds. In fact, he shorted them. Find out why in this clear article.
Read "The Vigilante" from The Atlantic.
Who says manufacturing in the United States is dead? Some young entrepreneurs want to change the game.
Read "The Kitchen-Table Industrialists" from The New York Times.
How do companies encourage creative and innovative thinking? This article provides an interesting and surprising view of this timely topic.
Read "Creation Myth" from The New Yorker.
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