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In this issue:  Investigating the death of Arafat, a win for
Google Books, and the most influential men of 2013.

Chemistry World reports on the investigation into whether or
not former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat was poisoned
with a radioactive isotope of polonium.

AskMen says Yahoo is firing employees based on performance
assessments from their colleagues.  Back in the 1980s,
General Electric CEO Jack Welch implemented bell-curve
rankings to weed out the underachievers.

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Information Today reports that a federal court in New York
gave Google a huge victory that may likely end its 9-year
fight with the Authors Guild and individual authors over the
Google Books scanning project.

Government and military leaders have for years warned of
increasingly pervasive and nefarious cyber-attacks,
according to National Defense.  The network intrusions,
perpetrated by nation states, hacktivists and thieves, are
growing rapidly, experts have said.

---Influential Men---
AskMen lists the 49 most influential men of 2013.

Sports Central says Oklahoma State has high expectations for
this basketball season.
The Jonathan Martin-Richie Incognito saga in Miami is a
strange story, with information coming to light gradually,
according to Sports Central.  It's a story that affects a
team with playoff aspirations, and it's a gossip story with
betrayal, hurt feelings, and shocking language.
No other fighter has contributed more to the success of the
UFC than Georges St-Pierre, but only now are we starting to
see the heavy tax it has demanded from him, according to AskMen.