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As political bogeymen go, deflation must be one of the strangest. Very few living Americans have experienced deflation firsthand. It's a reasonable bet that many Americans would have difficulty defining deflation, and the majority would wonder why lower prices for everything should be considered bad...
 
Maybe it's retraining that needs retooling: Despite joblessness, worker shortages persist in key fields (Post, August 1, 2010)
 
Crisis PR must now confront its own problems: Oil spill shows that in a wired world, it's hard to control the message (Post, July 25, 2010)
 
How BP's mess could be worse: The company has taken responsibility. Would state-owned firms? (Post, July 18, 2010)
 
How a business grew out of a failed social-media app (Post, July 11, 2010)
 
The little guy makes a power move out of recession (Post, July 4, 2010)
 
Internet dating is past its prime: Why the future for paid Web sites looks rocky (Post, June 27, 2010)
 
Apple relents on some nudity apps: Decision to block porn, sexual content ensures controversy isn't over (Post, June 20, 2010)
 
Why BP was unprepared for the big spill (Post, June 13, 2010)
 
Zipcar files for public offering, but watch for bumps in road (Post, June 6, 2010)
 
As the euro falls, U.S. consumers watch for deals (Post, May 30, 2010)
 
Pac-Man celebrates a milestone: The big 3-0: The video game that changed the world is still relevant (Post, May 23, 2010)
 
5 things we still don't know about the market plunge (Post, May 16, 2010)
 
With Slate: Test for Fed: Unload assets without putting Wall Street in tailspin (Post, May 9, 2010)
 
Debunking the myth of the 'sophisticated investor' (Post, May 2, 2010)
 
Laptops and other devices in class? For more colleges, it doesn't compute. (Post, April 25, 2010)
 
Using tweets in ads, Twitter earns praise, if not profits (Post, April 18, 2010)
 
The iPad may just revolutionize medicine (Post, April 11, 2010)
 
A tip from Texas: Don't mess with mortgages (Post, April 4, 2010)
 
Relief for that clinic down the street (Post, March 28, 2010)
 

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