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Apple today is unveiling an overhaul to its App Store developer website, a resource available to the 11 million registered developers worldwide who have helped grow the App Store to now more than 1.5 applications.
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Some of us, four-legged friends included, hit some bad luck once in a while. Some have it harder than others. A good friend of mine, TurboRoo, has an interesting story to share and a new campaign to help
Here's what Richard Branson, Elon Musk, and 22 other successful people ask job candidates during interviews
That's why they steer clear of these cliché queries and instead ask more meaningful ones. Many top execs have their one favorite go-to question that reveals everything they need to know about a job candidate.