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A new report out from Bloomberg this morning shows that hiring in the London financial services industry is down, while at the same time it is picking up in New York.
As many young adults struggle with finding a job and paying off student loans, and as families across the country work to pay off their mortgage, another group of people is even more worried about the future: those close to retirement.
At Conde Nast alone, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Lucky and Allure all experienced double-digit declines in newsstand sales, according to new data out today from the Audit Bureau of Circulations. In the first six months of this year, magazine sales slumped 9.6 percent overall.
Over the weekend, Usain Bolt of Jamaica won the 100 m running race at the Olympic games. Jamaica and other island nations have become know for their sprinting power, in the same way that countries like Kenya are known for their strength in distance running.
A new study out now says that Americans are increasingly overconfident -- inside the workplace and out. And in large part, that's due to our need to say something nice, or not say anything at all.
So there seems to be a trend developing over in the social media world: From Alec Baldwin to John Mayer, more and more big name celebrities are dropping out of the Twitter-verse.