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  • Wall Street's trick: bad mergers 

    Fortune's Stanley Bing says big business mergers are rarely treats for the companies involved.

  • New recession, same mistakes 

    Fortune's Stanley Bing says we're repeating a lot of the same errors that we made in previous downturns.

  • Recession lessons we'll forget 

    Fortune's Stanley Bing says there's a lot to learn from a downturn, but we'll forget it all when the economy rebounds.

  • Bing: 'I broke the economy' 

    Fortune's Stanley Bing reveals that his reverse Midas touch burst the housing bubble and caused the recession.

  • Bing's hot summer vacation tips 

    Fortune's Stanley Bing can't think of a single cheap, relaxing place to take an extended break.

  • Bing fails his stress test 

    Fortune's Stanley Bing became the first person to fall short on the Treasury's test of financial stability.

  • Bing's guide to crises 

    Fortune's Stanley Bing looks past mad cow and Y2K while waiting for the next calamity.

  • America's panic gap 
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    Fortune's Stanley Bing says the U.S. is suffering a lag in panics now that the swine flu fever has passed.

  • Bing: 'BS' jobs in vogue 

    From pet acupuncturist to book author, former 'BS' jobs are now coveted in this economy.

  • Scraping by on $500K a year 

    Fortune's Stanley Bing says CEOs are struggling to survive without astronomical salaries.

  • How to escape the bad news 

    Fortune's Stanley Bing says turn off the TV, go outside and have fun for a change.

  • Law enforcement, for a change 

    In a departure from the past, the government plans to actually follow through on its regulations.

  • How not to lay off workers 

    Fortune's Stanley Bing tells of a company that asked ex-employees to repay severance packages.

  • Least admired companies 

    Fortune's Stanley Bing looks at the qualities that could land a company on this prestigious list.

  • Hey, lose the putting machine! 

    Fortune's Stanley Bing says we need to cut inessential things like office putters and junk mail to save money.

  • 'Our economic brain is broken' 

    Fortune's Stanley Bing says that the economy functions like the human brain; when one part fails, the pain is felt everywhere.

  • 100 ways to say 'you're fired' 

    Fortune's Stanley Bing looks at the many different euphemisms companies use to give employees the worst kind of news.

  • Saving face in a bad economy 

    Fortune's Stanley Bing says the face transplant business will boom as fraudsters continue to make headlines.

  • Stop economic forecasts 

    Fortune's Stanley Bing has hopes that 2009 will bring the end of often unreliable predictions of our economic state.

  • The emotional pain of recession 

    Fortune's Stanley Bing says that irritability, fatigue and poor eating habits are increasing because of the slumping economy.

  • Economic apocalypse fears 

    Fortune's Stanley Bing says that predictions of financial 'gloom and doom' often don't become reality.

  • Business without alcohol 

    Fortune's Stanley Bing is finding that office holiday parties and dinners are boring without a drink.

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