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Yahoo’s CEO is taking an unusually bold approach to hiring.
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Quixey, a search engine for apps, plans to challenge Google to another level.
Nonprofit alums are making it big-time in the startup world. OZY CEO Carlos Watson talks on NPR about this surprising path to success.
OZY’s deputy editor Eugene S. Robinson talks to NPR about a New Orleans homicide detective-slash-artist, and how Amsterdam’s red-light district is a-changin’.
Rwanda’s capital is booming with young expatriate professionals, and those on the online dating scene get a new, prettier option.
Meet the man who’s the Lady Gaga of math, and find out about a 50-cent microscope — made of paper.
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