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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2010-10-20

In this issue:  cybersecurity awareness month, the trend in
burgers, and concerns about the Tea Party.

The Motley Fool says the DEA accused the CVS drugstore chain
of helping fuel meth production.

To mark October as national cybersecurity awareness month,
the Department of Homeland Security is holding a nationwide
campaign to promote safe computing, according to InternetNews.

Time Europe says there has been a shift from the traditional
patty-and-bun combination to what marketing executives call
premium and specialty burgers that focus on high-quality
beef and previously uncommon accoutrements.

The Tea Party's small-government slogans may be appealing to
business, but BusinessWeek says businesses are concerned
that the party's policies could throw the U.S. economy into