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Netflix's Ken Florance: The Man Who Keeps the Video Streaming (BusinessWeek)

Ken Florance wasn’t born in Northern California, but his biography reads like a CliffsNotes version of the area’s countercultural history. He dropped out of school and, in between…

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Convenience store chains race to win Iloilo market

Mini-Stop of the Robinsons group opened two stores in Iloilo City Thursday (July 24, 2014) to signal its intention to grab a slice of the growing convenience store market here. 112 more words

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Bloomberg Businessweek Succumbs to the Exploitation of Women

Bloomberg Businessweek, one of the nation’s trusted and respectable higher-level news sources on topics such as the economy, the stock market, companies, industries and governments, has just reduced itself to cleavage.

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Too Much Job Growth?

BusinessWeek recently published this article expressing great concern over impressive US job growth.  Readers are immediately confronted by the “scary” proposition of, “What happens when the U.S. 152 more words

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A Smarter Power Grid for U.S. Utilities

Photograph by Steve Hockstein/Bloomberg On a recent muggy morning, Jeff Myerson, director of business transformation for Houston-based utility , is pointing to mundane-looking gray metal boxes high on a wooden utility pole. 48 more words

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Businessweek says Makers are gaining ground in China

Writing for Bloomberg Businessweek, Christina Larson confirms that the Maker Movement continues to gain significant ground in China.

Indeed, the popularity of XinCheJian, which means “new factory,” is a sign of China’s continued participation in the global Maker Movement, which former… 211 more words

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No Aereo? Alternatives Require More Money, Savvy (BusinessWeek)

For cord cutters who want to ditch their cable service, watching broadcast TV on a computer or tablet is still possible even if Aereo Inc. disappears. 57 more words

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