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The focus of this article was on the company Rite Aid. The article describes the beginning of the company in 1968 and covers the unethical downturn in 1995. This article was extremely informative because the author divulges the entire truth not just the parts that support his case for unethical practices being carried out. Overall, a very interesting read with a different overview. (8597)

Facing ethical dilemmas is an integral part of being a leader. Get the framework on making these tough decisions.

Journal of Adult Development: Presents peer-reviewed research (both basic and applied) that covers biological, psychological and socio-cultural development across the life cycle.

What is Hashimoto's Thyroiditis: Questions and Answers

Hashimoto's Thyroiditis By Mary Shomon, About.com Guide The underlying autoimmune disease, however, is not typically treated by conventional physicians, and alternative options must be explored. If left untreated, Hashimoto's Thyroiditis can cause further complications, including changes in menstrual cycles, prevention of ovulation, and an increased risk of miscarriage

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How to Measure Social Media Using Google Analytics Reports : Social Media Examiner

Do you want to see how social media impacts your business? Want to learn how Google Analytics can help? In this article youll discover four ways you can use Google Analytics to measure the impact of your social media marketing. Via @smexaminer.

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AIGA Design Business & Ethics - Free download, encouraged to use but with proper attribution to AIGA

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Half my royalties will fund Zika research. Wolbachia-Infected Mosquitoes Might Reduce Dengue, Enhance Zika, and Cause a Million Souls to Become Sterile: http://www.infobarrel.com/Wolbachia-Infected_Mosquitoes_Might_Reduce_Dengue_Enhance_Zika_and_Cause_a_Million_Souls_to_Become_Sterile

For the scientist in your life (and to help fund Zika research). Images from my article: http://www.infobarrel.com/More_Proof_Wolbachia-Infected_Mosquito_Releases_Might_Be_Causing_the_Most_Devastating_Zika_Infections