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In this issue:  Businesses hiding bad news, how to advance
your career, and thumbs up to broccoli.

HBS Working Knowledge claims companies choreograph earnings
calls to hide bad news.  Data from thousands of Wall Street
earnings conference calls suggests that many companies hide
bad performance news by calling only on positive analysts.

AskMen reveals fifty things you need to know to advance your
career today.

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Chemistry World says a US lab chemist who falsified drug
analysis tests used in criminal cases has been sentenced to
three to five years in state prison for tampering with
evidence and obstructing justice.

Chemistry World says scientists in the US have shown that
dietary intake of glucoraphanin, a compound found in
broccoli sprouts, reduces the negative effects of diesel
exhaust particles on asthma and allergies.
Blood mercury levels in American women of childbearing age
plunged between 1999 and 2010, according to new data
released by the EPA.  Chemistry World says this may reflect
changes in fish consumption or reduced power plant emissions.

Ahead of the draw for the World Cup in Bahia, Brazil on
December 6th, AskMen offers five tantalizing questions about
the tournament.