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From Our New York Times Files: The Real Stars of the Internet

From Our New York Times Files: The Real Stars of the Internet

The rater has become the rated.

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From Our New York Times Files: How to Bounce Back From Rejection

From Our New York Times Files: How to Bounce Back From Rejection

When someone rejects you, it helps to remember that there’s another you.

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From Our New York Times Files: Putting Premium Gas in an Engine That Requires Regular? Stop It Now

From Our New York Times Files: Putting Premium Gas in an Engine That Requires Regular? Stop It Now

Personal finance coaches say that one path to helping balance your budget could be as simple as giving up your daily latte macchiato.

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From Our New York Times Files: Employee Wellness Programs Yield Little Benefit, Study Shows

From Our New York Times Files: Employee Wellness Programs Yield Little Benefit, Study Shows

Companies have long embraced workplace wellness programs as a way to improve workers’ health and reduce overall medical spending, but a new study may prompt employers to rethink those efforts.

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From Our Independent Banker Files: Community Bank CEO Outlook: What’s on your peers’ to-do list?

From Our Independent Banker Files: Community Bank CEO Outlook: What’s on your peers' to-do list?

Independent Banker’s inaugural Community Bank CEO Outlook survey asked community bank CEOs how they plan to meet their challenges this year. Read on for a glimpse of their to-do lists for 2019, from increasing deposits to tackling digital marketing.

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From Our ABA Banking Journal Files: Deposit and Demographic Trends for 2019

From Our ABA Banking Journal Files: Deposit and Demographic Trends for 2019

To identify some of the trends in the banking environment overall—and specifically in branching over the past several years—Bancography recently analyzed a compilation of federal data…

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From Our NYT Files: $2 and Some Pancakes Went Far at the 1969 Boston Marathon

From Our NYT Files: $2 and Some Pancakes Went Far at the 1969 Boston Marathon

Fifty years ago, in April 1969, I ran my first road race, and it was no local fun run or 5K. I decided to run the biggest road race there was: the Boston Marathon. I had no idea if I could finish the 26.2-mile grind, but I thought I should at least give myself a big challenge.

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From Our NYT Files: 5 Cheap(ish) Things to Take on Your Next Long Flight

From Our NYT Files: 5 Cheap(ish) Things to Take on Your Next Long Flight

The difference between an annoying flight and an enjoyable one usually comes down to one’s level of preparedness.

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From Our NYT Files: No, Your Instagram ‘Influence’ Is Not as Good as Cash, Club Owner Says

From Our NYT Files: No, Your Instagram ‘Influence’ Is Not as Good as Cash, Club Owner Says

A man who runs a beach club in the Philippines took a stand against “wannabe freeloaders.” The White Banana Beach Club does not want you to pay for your cocktail in content.

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From Our ABA Journal Files: Escaping the Sea of Sameness

From Our ABA Journal Files:  Escaping the Sea of Sameness

John Oxford of Renasant Bank and Josh Mabus of Mabus Agency can’t understand why so many banks continue to copy each other while insisting they’re different.

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