Timely article in Forbes on the rise of needless business jargon. Among their list of the top 45 expressions there are some high-profile usual suspects such as 'core competency', 'buy-in' and 'empower,' and also a few new kids on the block, such as 'swim lane', 'move the needle' and 'open the kimono'. As the article subtly highlights, other expressions such as 'best practice', 'scalable' and 'robust,' have become so pervasive in everyday speech that we are almost no longer aware of their jargon status. Go to Forbes's site to vote for your most annoying term.