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Your Weekly Recommendations Tuesday, April 25, 2017
 
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Three Key Investment Challenges At The Interface of Health and Technology
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The Official Google Blog • Olivia Hallisey
Age Of The Influencer: A Conversation With Brad Goreski
Forbes • Contributor, Julian Mitchell
Brexit Could Imperil U.K.'s Lead in AI, The Royal Society Warns
Bloomberg • Jeremy Kahn
The Odd Reality Of Richard Hendricks' Awkward Uber Pitch In HBO's Silicon Valley
Forbes • Contributor, Zara Stone
Meet the man who could become France's youngest president
Los Angeles Times • Brien, Chris O&Apos
Breaking the Glass Ceiling as a Female Entrepreneur
Inc. • Stephanie Chung
48 Women Empowering Other Women
Inc. • Bill Carmody
How to Quickly Create Expert Content for Your Online Business
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Being Optimistic Is Good. Knowing about Optimism Bias Is Better.
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Entrepreneurship, Health Care Costs
Three Key Investment Challenges At The Interface of Health and Technology
ForbesContributor, David Shaywitz
Success stories of startups at the interface of technology and health are emerging, but to be a part of them, traditional tech investors may need to get out of their comfort zone a bit, and learn to love, or at least embrace,...
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Entrepreneurship, Google Inc
Imperial Nepal Treks: An entrepreneur's journey to rebuild his tourism business after the great earthquake
The Official Google BlogOlivia Hallisey
Two years ago, Nepal experienced its most devastating earthquake in more than 80 years. Thousands of lives were lost, and many more lost their homes and livelihoods. Slowly, the community has been able to recover and rebuild their lives and businesses. Today,...
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Entrepreneurship, Technology Industry
Age Of The Influencer: A Conversation With Brad Goreski
ForbesContributor, Julian Mitchell
I spoke with entrepreneur, celebrity stylist, and E! #FashionPolice co-host Brad Goreski about influence, creating a lane, and the keys to building smart brand partnerships.
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Artificial Intelligence, Education
Brexit Could Imperil U.K.'s Lead in AI, The Royal Society Warns
BloombergJeremy Kahn
U.K. faces critical skills shortage in machine learning Royal Society urges government to keep U.K. on cutting edge A group of prominent academics and tech executives fear that the U.K.’s exit from the European Union could jeopardize the U.K.’s lead in the...
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Entrepreneurship, Private Equity
The Odd Reality Of Richard Hendricks' Awkward Uber Pitch In HBO's Silicon Valley
ForbesContributor, Zara Stone
What seems strange in HBO's Silicon Valley is an effective business strategy in real life.
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Entrepreneurship, Politics & Policy
Meet the man who could become France's youngest president
Los Angeles TimesBrien, Chris O&Apos
After a year of electoral shocks around the globe, France delivered its own surprise when political neophyte and centrist Emmanuel Macron topped 10 other candidates in the first round of presidential voting. Suddenly, an obscure former investment banker who has never been...
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Entrepreneurship, Human Resources
Breaking the Glass Ceiling as a Female Entrepreneur
Inc.Stephanie Chung
This image is hidden. Clickto adjust visibility. AddImage Although more and more women are becoming business owners, men are still dominating leadership roles. According to Catalyst, a nonprofit organization focused on accelerating progress for women through workplace inclusion, women make up 15.4...
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48 Women Empowering Other Women
Inc.Bill Carmody
This image is hidden. Clickto adjust visibility. AddImage As the social and digital environment constantly changes, applying the same tried and tested techniques will only ensure content contributes to the noise. Creators should be focusing on new ideas, constantly experimenting and pushing...
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How to Quickly Create Expert Content for Your Online Business
Entrepreneur MagazineGreg Rollett
Everyone knows content is king -- it's what draws customers in and keeps them invested in your brand or company. You know that your audience can tell the difference between quality content and substandard work, but you also know you can't spend...
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Economic Policy, Entrepreneurship
Being Optimistic Is Good. Knowing about Optimism Bias Is Better.
Big ThinkBig Think Editors
The belief that things will be better in the future is called optimism bias. Being overly optimistic can lead you to miss an important health check up or make bad financial decisions. Read More
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