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Adventurous Friends Travel for 2 Weeks in India Via a Tiny 7-Horsepower Rickshaw

In the span of 14 days, Rich Grundy and two of his friends traveled about 2,000 miles in a seven-horsepower, glorified lawnmower, also known as a rickshaw. They took part in the Rickshaw Run, an adventure race that has its participants trekking north from Cochin, India to the city of Jaislamer. …

How to market your app yourself and take it front page

<b>You've had an idea. It's a brilliant, bound-to-make a million idea for an app.</b><p>Special Report: The Technology of BusinessPayback timeRooted in techTech finds profit in poo in DubaiBringing Lebanon's designers onlineTracking Miss Daisy<p>During those long cold days spent at the allotment, tending your …

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3 Biggest Mistakes When Choosing a Cofounder

Picking a cofounder for a startup is critically important. Here are the three biggest mistakes to avoid.

Startups

How is it that some givers land on top, while other givers wind up on the bottom, as pushovers and doormats? A new book offers advice on ways generosity can lead to success and why nice guys don't have to finish last. http://bit.ly/171a3HA For more leadership insights, visit The Talent Imperative www.forbes.com/talent-imperative/

What caused a massive, deadly explosion at a Texas fertilizer plant?

As first responders search for survivors, details about the facility start to surface<p>At around 6:50PM yesterday in West, Texas, just a few miles from Waco, a fertilizer plant plant owned by Adar Grain Inc. exploded with a force that reduced 50 units at a nearby apartment complex to "just a …

Kepler Search Finds Two New Cozy, Possibly Watery Planets Around Faraway Star

Scientists can't know for sure if the worlds have water. But they could, making them a potential habitat for life.<p>In our solar system, only one world has just the right size, just the right temperature and just the right home for liquid water. Long ago, at least one other rocky planet had water, …