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Article ID: 544630

Seven Habits (To Break) Of Highly Effective People

Saint Louis University Medical Center

During tough financial times, many people try to demonstrate their value at work by working harder and longer. But, if you don't also make time to take care of yourself, success may come at a hefty cost: your health. Dr. George Griffing, Saint Louis University professor of internal medicine, offers the seven worst habits of workaholics.

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24-Sep-2008 11:50 AM EDT
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Article ID: 544610

Economics Expert Can Discuss $700 Billion Bailout, Waning Economy and End of the Investment Banking Era

Texas Tech University

Texas Tech expert Available to discuss pros/cons of Paulson Plan, etc.

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23-Sep-2008 4:10 PM EDT

Law and Public Policy

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Article ID: 544595

Experts: How to Raise Resilient Children in Tough Times

University of Alabama at Birmingham

Explaining the loss of a home or job to young children can be difficult for parents. However, even during tough economic times, families can take steps to develop resilience, the coping mechanism needed to recover from life's challenges, say University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) education professors Lynn Kirkland, Ed.D., and Janice Patterson, Ph.D.

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23-Sep-2008 1:40 PM EDT

Social and Behavioral Sciences

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Article ID: 544424

Network Approach May Be the Answer to Understanding Financial "˜Contagion'

University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

University of Arkansas economists find that a network approach to the study of financial "contagion" "“ the transmission and impact of financial crises "“ may be applied to understand the current turmoil in the U.S. banking sector and the need for a system-wide response by the Fed.

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17-Sep-2008 2:55 PM EDT
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Article ID: 544380

Banking Expert Available to Discuss Shakeup of Major Financial Institutions

University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Banking expert Tim Yeager, associate professor of finance at the University of Arkansas and former economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, is available to answer questions about the ongoing crisis at major U.S. financial institutions.

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16-Sep-2008 12:40 PM EDT
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Article ID: 544369

Workplace Aggression Expert Available to Discuss Employee Layoffs

University of New Hampshire

Paul Harvey, assistant professor of management at the University of New Hampshire, is available to discuss the intricacies of laying off employees. According to Harvey, although there really is no good way to tell someone they are being laid off, employers should tailor the bad news in a way that minimizes the likelihood of an extremely bad reaction.

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16-Sep-2008 10:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 544359

After The Weekend That Wracked Wall Street, Think Big About Small Says Financial Author

Business School of Happiness

The recent collapse of three major financial institutions"”Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers, and Merrill Lynch"”has left Wall Street reeling, and no one knows when the bloodletting will come to an end. While investors are duly concerned about the future financial landscape, opportunities for growth still exist.

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16-Sep-2008 9:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 544363

Economist Warns Future Generations May Be Worse Off Than Past

University of New Hampshire

For the first time in America's recent history, future generations may be worse off economically than their parents, warns economist Ross Gittell at the University of New Hampshire.

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16-Sep-2008 9:00 AM EDT

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Article ID: 544300

Too Bad Greenspan Wasn't So Blunt in Office, Says Historian

University of Maryland, College Park

"The situation we face in financial markets today was largely the creation of a Federal Reserve under Alan Greenspan's long tenure," says University of Maryland business and economic historian David Sicilia. "It's a shame he wasn't as forthright then as he is now as a prominent private citizen." Sicilia calls the current credit crisis "the worst in postwar history."

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15-Sep-2008 11:30 AM EDT

Article ID: 544250

"The Subprime Mortgage Crisis: What's Next?" Real Estate Economist to Discuss Solutions to the Subprime Mortgage Crisis

University of California, Berkeley Haas School of Business

UC Berkeley real estate economist and panel of experts to discuss solutions to the subprime mortgage crisis.

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11-Sep-2008 12:30 PM EDT

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