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Headline News Roundup: Google Out Of China, One Day Business Trips, Tony Blair x LVMH

A daily digest of relevant headlines from around the web.

Dan Gould
Dan Gould on January 13, 2010.

Earthquake in Haiti, Google out of China, One day business trips, Magazine ad slump and Tony Blair x LVMH – here are today’s headlines from around the world.

World

ABC: Hundreds feared dead in Haiti Earthquake

National Journal: Google to leave China

Business

New York Times - Magazines Lost a Fourth of Ad Pages in ’09

Fashionista: Tony Blair Joins LVMH Board To Boost Sales

USA Today: More business travelers try to do trips in one day

Treehugger:  Fashion NYC 2020 to Bolster Disposable Buying Cycle?

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Lifestyle

BBC: Healthy lunchboxes a rarity, study says

Times Online: Jamie Oliver’s Italian chain given thumbs-up by Harden’s diners

Lifehacker: Barnes & Noble Saves Students Money with New Textbook Rental Service

New York Times: Making College ‘Relevant’

Creative:

New York Times: Conan O’Brien Won’t Change Time Slot

Swiss Miss: Video of Improv Everywhere Founder’s Talk

Modern Art Notes: Q&A with incoming MOCA director Jeffrey Deitch, part one

Science & Technology

Inhabitat: Adobe Headquarters Installs 20 Vertical Axis Wind Turbines

Nature.com: From synthetic biology to biohacking: are we prepared?

Guardian: How to say stupid things about social media

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