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Facebook bug allows users to post on anyone's wall, even Zuckerberg's

By T3 Online<p>An information system expert claims to have discovered a Facebook bug allowing users to post on a private Facebook wall. After being …

As Court Releases Files In Case Alleging Google Tracked UK Safari Users, Search Giant Wants To Move Case To U.S.

Some new developments this weekend in the case of 12 people in the UK who want to sue Google for secretly tracking their online activity by working around privacy settings in Apple’s Safari web browser. The UK courts released court documents related to the case, giving for the first time more …

The 7 Types Of Power That Shape The Workplace

"Power tends to get to people's heads," psychologist Nicole Lipkin tells Business Insider. "We're not really trained to handle power well."<p>Lipkin discusses the different types of power in her new book, "What Keeps Leaders Up At Night." Her analysis uses the five types of power introduced by …

Save On Tuition By Signing Up For 'Instant MBA'

What is <b>Instant MBA</b>? It's top-notch business advice and inspiration, delivered straight to your inbox M-F.<p>Sign up now, and you'll get valuable advice from industry leaders like Josh Linkner (see right) to fellow Business Insider readers and contributors, covering a myriad of topics including (but …

Starbucks Wi-Fi Is Getting A Speed Boost From Google

Google announced Wednesday that it is partnering with Starbucks to enhance the coffee-shop internet experience that many professionals now rely on. It's promising to make the wireless internet up to 10 times faster than Starbucks customers have previously enjoyed. Google Fiber cities, such as …

4 Things That Keep Employees Loyal (Hint: It's Not Money Or Perks)

In a recent survey of companies with the highest amount of employee turnover, guess which trailblazing exemplars of world-class employee-centricity came in second and fourth, respectively? None other than Google and Amazon.<p>All of which just goes to show, as the Beatles once said, money can't buy …

5 Good Reasons To Hire Older Workers

During the economic recession, companies had smaller budgets, which led to "many people [getting] promoted into management positions with little experience. But a good worker doesn't equate to an effective manager, and some promotions hurt office morale and led to high turnover," writes Donna …

What Happens In Your Brain When You Compete

Whether you thrive from the pressure of being pitted against your peers or it leaves you with a racing heart, competition can affect all aspects of your life, from your career to your relationships.<p>We asked Ashley Merryman, co-author of <i>Top Dog: The Science of Winning and Losing</i>, to weigh in on the …

Tipping Waiters Makes Us Happy So It Will Never Be Banished

When the Linkery, a small San Diego restaurant, shuttered its doors this summer, it ended a fascinating social experiment. The Linkery had instituted a standard 18 percent service charge in lieu of tips, and had refused to accept anything on top of that.<p>Meanwhile, its sister restaurant down the …

27 Tips For Mastering Your Destiny

In his latest best-seller, "Mastery," author Robert Greene analyzes great figures from history, interviews contemporary leaders, and draws from years of psychology research to distill steps anyone can follow to become a master.<p>His other books discuss the strategies of power, seduction, war, and 50 …

INSTANT MBA: You Need To Be A Good Storyteller To Survive In Business

"Good stories surprise us. They have compelling characters. They make us think, make us feel. They stick in our minds and help us remember ideas and concepts in a way that numbers and text on a slide with a bar graph don't ... unfortunately, in the era of PowerPoint and status updates, many of us …

17 People Who Left Finance Careers For Startups And Will Make Way More Because Of It

If you want to make even more money, you might dump that Wall Street job for a startup.<p>It isn't a career path that works out for everyone. But for the founders of Wikipedia and Amazon, for example, ditching finance for tech was a smart choice.

Bloomberg Found A Billionaire Trucking Magnate Hiding Out In New Hampshire

Bloomberg has a new profile of Cohen, the hyper-private chairman of C&S Wholesale Grocers, described as "the biggest company no one has ever heard of."<p>Fittingly, Cohen was not interviewed for the piece (he hasn't done an interview in a decade). The epitome of stealth, he even keeps the company's …

7 Keys To Creating A Killer Brand

What do Urban Outfitters, Oracle, The Home Depot, Warby Parker, Hulu, Apple and 1-800-Flowers share in common? Well, not much. Except that they're all killer brands.<p>My focus in life is entrepreneurship. And whether you're launching a B2B startup or a new consumer play, a tech startup or more …

Mario Batali's Business Partner: Succeeding In Restaurants Is About Nickels And Dimes, Not Dollars

Until recently, Joe Bastianich was the lesser known partner of the super successful B&B Hospitality Group, the company he started with celebrity chef Mario Batali.<p>The duo opened Babbo Ristorante e Enoteca in 1998, and since then has gone on to open over 20 restaurants around the world - from New …

Bloomberg Chairman: Why The 'And' Factor Is The Real Key To Great Leadership

At the corral, Grauer met a congenial man who also had a young girl taking lessons. The two struck up a friendship as they waited through their daughters' sessions. "Our daughters became inseparable, and we were happy about that," Grauer recalled during a speech at the 2013 Wharton Leadership …

Scientists Have Figured Out A New Way To Predict Our Decisions

However, researchers from CalTech and Stanford have taken an early step to predict choices by looking at people's brains when <b>they're looking at various prospects but not yet making a decision.</b><p>Most prior research has focused on what the brain looks like at the moment of choice. Far more interesting …

INSTANT MBA: Always Be In 'Beta' Or You'll Never Learn Anything New

"The problem is that the more skilled I become, the more likely it is that the skill fuses into my identity. If I already am something, when I disrupt myself by trying to learn a new skill (read: try and fail), I feel my identity unravels ... A lose-lose situation: if you choose to learn, your …

ANALYSIS: Lloyds' price rise raises stake-sale hopes

Within two hours of the market opening, shares in Lloyds Banking Group had hit 77p, a level not seen in almost four years.<p>To say that expectation among traders on Monday morning was near fever-pitch would be an understatement when it came to shares in the one-time market pariah.<p>Buoyed by reports …

A fair wind for George Osborne’s new growth talisman

Pick an economic indicator. Consumer confidence, jobs, retail sales, manufacturing activity, service sector growth, credit availability, falling inflation, even construction output. All of them are pointing in the right direction, suggesting the recovery is finally under way.<p>In the parlance of Mark …

In the face of the latest disappointing jobs report, a growing number of companies are outsourcing jobs to online freelancers. This growing marketplace is likely to transform the way we work. http://bit.ly/15AzUIT

Washington Post sold to billionaire Amazon founder Jeff Bezos for $250m

The Washington Post, the newspaper that brought down a US president, has been sold for $250 million (£163 million) to the billionaire founder of Amazon.<p>Jeff Bezos, the chairman of the internet retail giant, will become the sole owner of the US capital's most prestigious news outlet, bringing to an …

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The One Thing We All Thought Un-Hackable Has Just Been Hacked

At the Def Con hackers conference this past weekend, students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology previewed code they wrote–-and which they …

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City Diary: Barratt property heirs build up resentment among tenants

The late building tycoon Sir Lawrie Barratt spent a lifetime helping people get on the property ladder through his affordable homes empire Barratt Developments.<p>But tenants at his 4,500-acre Farndale estate in North Yorkshire could soon be without a roof over their heads.<p>Barratt’s sons, Peter and …

Lack of strategy means the high street’s future is descending into farce

“Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat,” a Chinese philosopher once said. Prime Minister David Cameron would do well to reflect on this.<p>Those gushing photo-shoots with Mary Portas and promises, made two years ago, to bring back the bustle to our high streets seem a long time ago …

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Anti-European feeling in the Netherlands is rooted in the deteriorating economy. The country weathered the first years of the euro crisis relatively unscathed, maintaining its AAA credit rating and a 4.5% unemployment rate, the lowest in Europe. Yet as deficit-cutting progressed across Europe, the Dutch economy turned south http://econ.st/13Gmy8k