1) 10 percent of AOL employees at the Dulles campus work at their desks standing up.
2) A smart behaviorally informed tax cut may not be such smart politics. Fewer than one in ten people know they got a tax cut last year.
3) Unhealthy food purchases are more likely to made with credit or debit cards.
4) Cornell gets $1 million to fund the Cornell Center for Behavioral Economics in Child Nutrition Programs from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
5) A leading Indian telecom uses opt-out ebilling. Hat tip: Amol Agrawal.