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July 29, 2006

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to this week's edition of On the Moneyed Midways, a collection of the best posts from each of the week's blog carnivals dedicated to money and business-related matters, with one post declared to be The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!(TM)!

We've been intensely busy with other projects this week, but we still found time to find the best money, business and career-related posts the blogosphere has to offer, all offered for your review below....

On the Moneyed Midways: July 29, 2006
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Carnival of Business How to Catch Employees Stealing sequence.inc Did you ever wonder how companies catch thieving employees? Tracy Coenen links to her article in the Wisconsin Law Journal to show how.
Carnival of Business A Penny Saved Samablog Rob Sama has done something I've been meaning get around to one of these days - build a tool to figure out how whether it's worth your while to melt down your pennies! He doesn't include the costs of sorting, smelting, transportation, storage and transactions, but it's still makes for a fun exercise!
Carnival of the Capitalists The Selection Decision ExecuPundit Michael Wade reveals some of the inner corporate dynamics that came into play in a company's CEO selection process.
Carnival of Career Intensity Happy People are the Key BOB - Business Opportunities Blog Marcus Markou writes that "passionate people breathe life into a business. They take the business to new levels. But how do you make people passionate about business?"
Carnival of Debt Reduction Simple Debt Reduction Strategies No Credit Needed NCN walks through an example for how to create your own unique debt reduction strategy.
Carnival of Investing Making Money Work for You Wealth Building World Bob Curtis provides a primer for what beginning investors need to do to start making their money work for them, in a post that's essential reading for all investors.
Carnival of Personal Finance What's in Your Wallet? Cash or Credit? How To Make a Million Dollars No, it's not a CapitalOne blogad. G at How to Make a Million Dollars says that you should be carrying cash *and* credit in your pocketbook and that you should use them differently.
Carnival of Marketing Pop Music's Lessons For Marketing David Maister's Passion, People and Principles It's getting hard to go a week and not select a contribution by David Maister. This week, David asks questions that many fans of pop have might have asked over the years, including why music doesn't seem to matter as much as marketing?
Festival of Frugality Check Out These 5 Gas Myths Blueprint for Financial Prosperity Jim uncovers five myths (via CNN Money) about saving gas when driving.
Personal Development Carnival Insider Secrets to Interviewing Success: How to Get the Job You Want Leadership Findings Kingsley Tagbo has interviewed at a lot of companies over the years and has done very well in getting job offers. Here, he shares his interview guide in The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!
Personal Growth Carnival The Secret to Breaking Out of the Box J. Timothy King's Blog J. Timothy King asks the question: "How often do we rule out choices because of our mistaken beliefs?" then shows how to break out of that box.

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