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In this issue:  Women in the board room, compressed
workouts, and the Hall of Fame.

Women hold only 14 percent of the board seats at S&P 1500
companies.  HBS Working Knowledge ponders why that is, and
what -- if anything -- business leaders and policymakers
should do about the gender disparity?

  E-Discovery Improved

AskMen surveys winter running gear.
According to AskMen, research has proven time and again that
compressed workouts -- shorter in duration but higher in
intensity -- produce equal or better results than less
strenuous exertion for longer periods.

AskMen lists ten things that men shouldn't wear this winter.

As a New Year's resolution, an AskMen author vows to eat

Everyone sets ambitious goals for the new year.  Most of the
time, we let them slide.  But if you made some sort of plan
to get things progressing at your job, you should really try
to stick to it.  AskMen gives some tips.

The Congressional Budget Office has estimated that the
legislation the president signed Jan. 2 would increase the
deficit by nearly $4 trillion over the next 10 years. 
National Defense says it is almost certain that defense will
have to surrender additional revenue, perhaps another $10
billion to $20 billion per year.

---Quit Drinking---
AskMen's second piece in a series on quitting drinking.

Sports Central praises the Hall of Fame voters for keeping
baseball cheaters out of the Hall of Fame.