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The X Factor
He can’t acquire future generations, says Glenn Horton, so he nurtures them over time.
BY  TIM LOGAN


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Point/Counterpoint: What If?
The Democrats (or the Republicans) take it all in the fall?
BY  JOEL KOPPERUD AND JOEL WOOD


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Watson and the Amazing Technosavvy Dream Coat
IBM’s supercomputer could change medical care forever.
BY  CHERYL ARVIDSON


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Trophy Generation
The 20-somethings, the most well-educated generation ever, want to succeed and want it all now. How do you deal with that?
BY  TIM LOGAN


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Perpetuation Financing’s Fashionable New Look
The old ESOP did not fit well, but a new ESOP with a minority investor is tailor-made for many. Will it fit you?
BY  BY JOHN J. KRASKA AND JONATHAN NOBIL

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BeneFactor -- Bob Gatty
Benefits Disconnect
A MetLife study finds employee loyalty is plummeting and benefits promote satisfaction. Did employers get the memo?

Current Legal Issues -- Scott Sinder
Stormy Affair
The states and the federal government are at odds over health insurance exchanges. Some are trying to bury the hatchet while others conjure conspiracy theories.

Regulatory Issues -- Joel Wood
To Be or Not to Be
Kill it all or don’t kill it at all? That is the question. There’s no such thing as a partial death sentence, except maybe for healthcare reform.

International Risk -- Coletta Kemper
The Hacktivist Gunslinger
If cyberspace is the world’s new wild, wild West, the hacktivist is the new outlaw.

Management -- Julia Kramer
Outing Competition
It’s time for office competition to come out of the closet. It can be a good thing.

Sales -- Tom Batchelder
Get Over Yourself
Few people are comfortable selling themselves. Here’s how you can make it easier and sound less arrogant.

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