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In this issue:  Language, the NSA, and NBA Commissioner
David Stern stepping down.

HBS Working Knowledge says an increasing number of global
firms adopt a primary language for business operations --
usually English.  The problem: The practice can surface
dormant hostilities around culture and geography, reports
Tsedal Neeley.

National Defense describes the U.S.'s aid response to
Typhoon Haiyan, which hit the Philippines.
Chemistry World says households and businesses in parts of
the area affected by a massive chemical spill in West
Virginia are beginning to return to normal after being
without potable water for several days.

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AskMen says you need to plan ahead to meet your fitness goals.

Information Today reports on the White House's announcement
on planned reforms for how the government collects
intelligence information.

Fans of the NFL are already well-acquainted with Richard
Sherman and his brand of trash-talking, but AskMen says the
general public got a taste when a video of Sherman
denouncing San Francisco wide receiver Michael Crabtree went
In the next two weeks, NBA Commissioner David Stern will
step down after 30 years in that position.  Sports Central
says such milestones often spur nebulous discussions of
legacy, as if a person's work can definitively be reduced to
a single moment of significance.
Sports Central previews Super Bowl XLVIII.  The author agree
with Richard Sherman: he is the best cornerback in the NFL,
and actually named him Defensive Player of the Year.  With
so much game, he should let his play do more of the talking.