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We wish our American readers the best for Thanksgiving.

In this issue:  A closer look at BPA, BP's fine for
Deepwater Horizon, and tips to energize your job search.

With media-fueled anxiety over bisphenol A (BPA) continuing
to rise, Chemistry World looks beyond the headlines at this
incredibly widely used polycarbonate monomer

HBS Working Knowledge considers three ways to make corporate
accountability reports potentially more useful to
constituencies that include shareholders, communities,
bondholders, and customers.

  E-Discovery Improved

---Deepwater Horizon---
Chemistry World says BP has agreed to pay $4 billion in
fines and penalties and plead guilty to criminal charges for
the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster, which killed 11 people
and spilled millions of barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico.

When a local government decides to pursue environmentally
aware construction policies for its own buildings, the
private sector follows suit, according to new research
described in HBS Working Knowledge.

AskMen features a humorous excerpt from Tim Ferriss's new
book, "The 4-Hour Chef," and provides directions for making
bacon-infused bourbon and making cheap bourbon taste like it
has been aged.

---Job Search---
Job searching is a tedious, frustrating, maddening,
humiliating and draining experience.  After you've been at
it for awhile, it becomes a challenge just to stay motivated
and productive.  So, Job Journal provides some tactics that
might re-energize your efforts.