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Makis Anagnostou, a worker and union leader, bottles lavender-scented fabric softener at VIO.ME, a former tile materials factory that went bust and has been revived by its staff as a collective making environmentally-friendly detergent. Joanna Kakissis/NPR hide caption

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Citing Dignity, Greek Workers Take Over Factory

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Steven Cohen, the billionaire hedge fund manager of SAC Capital Advisors, didn't see a key email because he gets 1,000 messages a day, his lawyers say. Jenny Boyle/AP hide caption

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The Reply To Email Overload? Prioritize — Or Turn It Off

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Aubrey Plaza (left) and Rachel Bilson star in the new comedy The To Do List, written and directed by Maggie Carey. Bonnie Osborne /CBS Films hide caption

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Honor Student's Approach To Sex Makes For A Raunchy 'To Do List'

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