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In 2007, Airbnb appeared on the scene and completely changed the world of travel and hospitality. But unbeknownst to its three, 30-something founders, they forged a new path for startups. Uber, Spanx,
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Maria De La Croix has a fine arts degree and an advertising background, and she lives in Stockholm, Sweden -- unlikely characteristics for a Silicon Valley-backed founder. But she does embody the region's
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Have you heard of Think With Google website? Now that the leading search engine has bought YouTube for $1.65 billion its playbook about creating the excellent video content has even bigger implications.
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