"Bloomberg Businessweek", August 27, 2012

They Can’t Be Serious
A Campaign Compromise on Wind Power • In Defense of Affirmative Action
China’s ‘Leftover Ladies’ Are Anything But
Russia’s Bad Boy Hunts For U.S. Tech Treasure
Europe
Asia
U.S.
Selling Assets Among The Ruins
Olympic Winners? Portugal and Spain
Ferrari: The Car That Screams Investigate Me
Seven Days
Getty’s Pics: Worth 1,000 Words — And $3.3 Billion
Unilever Wants to Be America’s Big Dipper
Pumps Rule When It Comes to Store Profits
What’s Filling Women’s Shoe Racks
Briefs
The Illusion of Paul Ryan’s Bipartisanship
The Movie Flop That Sank a Michigan Town
It’s Off the Charts
The NRA Fights City Hall
Convention Mania!
The Truth Is in The Eye of the Flyer
Scanning on screen
Überhyped Ultrabooks Underperform
What makes an ultrabook ultra?
A Cash-Free Caffeine Buzz from Starbucks
Innovator | Ben Gulak
Wall Street’s Leadership Vacuum
Please, Sir, May I Have a Policy?
The Mournful Call of the Nestless Shanghai Male
The Naked and The Dread
With Lending Slow, Cash Piles Up
Bid & Ask
WHAT WORKS IN THE USA
One Solution at a Time
About Bloomberg Government
America’s Biggest Loser
Kaizen at the DMV
Potholes? There’s an App for That
Using Warren Buffett as a Lure
My Bright Idea | Jane Harman
Bringing Fruit to Urban Food Deserts
My Bright Idea | Christine Todd Whitman
Keeping Workers at Home
A $5.2 Billion Bridge to Somewhere
A Blue-Collar Town Goes Green
The Doctor Will Skype You Now
Saving Money By Saving Rain
Sharing Engines ...
... And Wheels
My Bright Idea | J.C. Watts
Cash for Coming Home
How Opt Out Keeps People In
My Bright Idea | Jennifer Granholm
The Rhythm Method Cuts Gridlock
A Second Chance at College
My Bright Idea | Robert E. Litan
A Model for Medicaid Managed Care
A Checklist For Change
Tech’s Tragic Secret
The Rise Of the Corporate Chaplain
THE SKYPE KILLERS OF BELARUS
Club Applebee’s?
The Beer Prescription
DANIELS’S BEST ADVICE
The Greatest Company T-Shirt Ever
Eight-Hour Energy
Milgram at McDonald’s
A Higher Truth
John Chambers

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