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FrontPoint Picks: A Passion for Movies

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Movies are awesome. They have a powerful ability to grab hold of your attention for hours. Some movies are even powerful enough to evoke an emotional response, whether it’s laughter or tears (Lion King, anyone?). Today, we honor all of cinema as we celebrate “Movies – A Global Passion”, the theme of this year’s World…

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FrontPoint Picks: Five Fun Ways to Celebrate Earth Day

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Grab your shovels – it’s time to plant some trees! On April 22, people across the world will be celebrating Earth Day in various ways. Some people will simply hug a tree, while others will unleash their inner “green” beast (not the Hulk) and spend the entire day cleaning up the planet. However, Earth Day…

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FrontPoint Picks: Last-Minute Tax Tips

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Why do I wait until the last minute to do my taxes? Despite having the forms since mid-February, I still haven’t completed them. I could argue that I enjoy working under pressure (I do) or I could say I’m worried that I’ll owe payments (I am), but the simple truth of matter is this: I’m…

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FrontPoint Picks: Favorites from April Fools’ Day 2014

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You may hate it or love it, but there is simply no escaping the silliness of April Fools’ Day. In our own office, googly eyes mysteriously appeared on monitors and other objects, keyboards had their letters rearranged, and worst of all, someone mixed M&Ms with Skittles. What a monster! The internet isn’t a good place…

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FrontPoint Picks: 30 Years of TED

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TED is a nonprofit organization dedicated to spreading ideas. It began in 1984 as a conference for thought-leaders to share ideas about Technology, Entertainment and Design. It has since evolved and has emerged as a leader in the sharing of ideas on a variety of fields – from science to business to global issues. This…

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