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US Congress returns to work for 'lame duck' session -- The session is likely to focus on Bush-era tax cuts and government spending.
Apparently this is a growing (shrinking?) trend.
Grocery Shrink Ray Zaps Costco Diapers -- Buying diapers at Costco seems like a decent way for parents to save money, but eagle-eyed Consumerist reader Eric noticed that he's no longer getting quite so much bulk for his buck.
Heads up, CEOs.
The CEO's Guide To Corporate Finance -- It's one thing for a chief financial officer to understand the technical methods of valuation--and for members of the finance organization to apply them to help line managers monitor and improve company performance. But it's still more powerful when chief executives, board members and other nonfinancial executives internalize the principles of value creation.
This saves money and time. Plus it's awesome.
Amazing Brick Machine Rolls Out Roads Like Carpet -- Brick roads are beautiful and durable, but we don't see them too often due to the effort it takes to produce them. What once was a labor-intensive, back-breaking job has now become a snap with this automatic Dutch paver laying machine, called the Tiger-Stone.