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The Deal of a Lifetime

What “Black Friday” Has to Teach Us About Business The traditional Thanksgiving feast began as a way to celebrate good fortune. As the years went by, the feast evolved into a tradition that’s usually accompanied by grand parades, backyard football, and four-day weekends. However, in recent years, the turkey dinner has transformed yet again–and this […]

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Thanksgiving Survival Guide — Play the Real Hunger Games

This week, I had intended to launch into another why-this-good-guy-is-actually-a-bad-guy analysis (i.e., why Katniss Everdeen shouldn’t be leading anyone’s revolution), but I decided I probably shouldn’t dismantle the motives of every subpar cultural leader from Westeros to Panem just for the sake of my own twisted amusement. However, I will stick with the Hunger Games […]

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