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Do Men With Wide Faces Inspire Selfishness in Others?

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After having found that many men whose faces were broader than others' tend to lead successful firms, the same two UC Riverside professors have discovered that wide-faced males elicit self-serving behavior in others.

Walmart Bosses: Time for a Decision

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Walmart is feeling some heat with the rising demand for increasing the stagnant federal minimum wage finally coming from Washington, backed by over 70 percent of the people in polls.

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