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    1. Displaced But Determined: How One Syrian Software Developer Restarted His Career

      Displaced But Determined: How One Syrian Software Developer Restarted His Career

      I know what it feels like to be the subject of a global debate, and so do 11 million people like me. As the world continues to wrestle with the challenges of accepting and assimilating the millions of Syrian refugees migrating into Western nations, the luckiest of us are working hard to make new lives in our new homes. Five years ago, I could never have imagined I'd be living and working in Germany. Here's how I got here and what I've learned along the way.

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      Mentions: Germany Turkey
    2. Displaced But Determined: How One Syrian Software Developer Restarted His Career

      Displaced But Determined: How One Syrian Software Developer Restarted His Career

      I know what it feels like to be the subject of a global debate, and so do 11 million people like me. As the world continues to wrestle with the challenges of accepting and assimilating the millions of Syrian refugees migrating into Western nations, the luckiest of us are working hard to make new lives in our new homes. Five years ago, I could never have imagined I'd be living and working in Germany. Here's how I got here and what I've learned along the way.

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      Mentions: Germany Turkey
    3. Displaced But Determined: How One Syrian Software Developer Restarted His Career

      Displaced But Determined: How One Syrian Software Developer Restarted His Career

      I know what it feels like to be the subject of a global debate, and so do 11 million people like me. As the world continues to wrestle with the challenges of accepting and assimilating the millions of Syrian refugees migrating into Western nations, the luckiest of us are working hard to make new lives in our new homes. Five years ago, I could never have imagined I'd be living and working in Germany. Here's how I got here and what I've learned along the way.

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      Mentions: Germany Turkey
    4. Don't Commit These 7 Party Fouls Inspired by 'Office Christmas Party'

      Don't Commit These 7 Party Fouls Inspired by 'Office Christmas Party'

      We're heading into the home stretch of 2016 now. Thanksgiving is over, Christmas and New Year's Eve are around the corner and there are only a few more cheerful get-together gauntlets to run before 2017, chief among them, your company's holiday gathering. It is an event that is often filled with questions. Is that an appropriate gift for the swap? Is now the time to act on that office crush? Should I play beer pong with my boss?

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    5. The Making Of Dyson's Multi-Billion-Dollar Family Dynasty

      The Making Of Dyson's Multi-Billion-Dollar Family Dynasty

      Dyson may be the world’s most interesting engineering and design firm. It’s not just because they manufacture 40,000 inventive products a day, from high-end vacuum cleaners to fans with no blades, but because it’s a multi-billion dollar empire that’s owned, not by shareholders, but by one man, its founder, James Dyson. James Dyson is approaching 70, and of three children, he has one son who has been anointed his successor: Jake.

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      Mentions: Apple Inc. Malaysia
    6. How Clinton's First Two Jobs Prepared Her For The One She Wants To Land Tomorrow

      How Clinton's First Two Jobs Prepared Her For The One She Wants To Land Tomorrow

      In a lot of ways, running for president is like the world’s longest, most important job interview. That’s what I’ve been doing for the last year and a half: Making my case to the American people—sharing why I’m qualified and what I’ll bring to the presidency. I’m proud of my experience as First Lady, U.S. senator, and secretary of state. But like any job, being prepared to be president is about more than just lines on a resume.

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    7. How Clinton's First Two Jobs Prepared Her For The One She Wants To Land Tomorrow

      How Clinton's First Two Jobs Prepared Her For The One She Wants To Land Tomorrow

      In a lot of ways, running for president is like the world’s longest, most important job interview. That’s what I’ve been doing for the last year and a half: Making my case to the American people—sharing why I’m qualified and what I’ll bring to the presidency. I’m proud of my experience as First Lady, U.S. senator, and secretary of state. But like any job, being prepared to be president is about more than just lines on a resume.

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    8. How To Kill It In Business With Your Sibling Without Killing Each Other

      How To Kill It In Business With Your Sibling Without Killing Each Other

      For the Drybar cofounders Alli Webb and Michael Landau, who are also sister and brother, going into business together for the first time wasn't as easy as they expected. "We were both working for Nicole Miller, and we actually got the franchise rights to open stores in Boca Raton and Miami," Landau told Fast Company. "And we nearly killed each other." If, like me, you can’t fathom the idea of working harmoniously with your sibling, this might sound like a cautionary tale.

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      Mentions: Miami Franchise
    9. How To Kill It In Business With Your Sibling Without Killing Each Other

      How To Kill It In Business With Your Sibling Without Killing Each Other

      For the Drybar cofounders Alli Webb and Michael Landau, who are also sister and brother, going into business together for the first time wasn't as easy as they expected. "We were both working for Nicole Miller, and we actually got the franchise rights to open stores in Boca Raton and Miami," Landau told Fast Company. "And we nearly killed each other." If, like me, you can’t fathom the idea of working harmoniously with your sibling, this might sound like a cautionary tale.

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      Mentions: Miami Franchise
    10. Family Business Day honors tight-knit Montana entrepreneurs

      Family Business Day honors tight-knit Montana entrepreneurs

      Rita Elliott, owner of Elliotts of Montana, jokingly thanks about her husband, middle left, for putting up with her during an acceptance speech for the 2016 Very Small Business Award on Oct. 7 at the 23rd Annual Montana Family Business Awards at the ...

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      Mentions: Montana Great Falls
    11. Drybar's Secrets To Blow Out The Competition

      Drybar's Secrets To Blow Out The Competition

      When Alli Webb started talking about her idea for Drybar seven years ago, everybody thought she was crazy. On the surface, the concept really doesn't make much sense. It's a hair salon, but you don't actually get a cut or color; all you get is a blow dry. And the whole experience costs you $45. Who would go for that?

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