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Self-made billionaire Bill Gates: Better technology must be developed to help educate people

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"Software has only achieved a very small portion of what we want it to do."

Why the secret to your success is who you marry

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Former president Barack Obama attributes his political success to his wife.

Buffett's partner Charlie Munger says the key to wisdom is a habit anyone can form

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"If you want wisdom, you'll get it sitting on your a--."

What Discovery’s CEO does every morning to boost his productivity

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"First, I'm a morning person," David Zaslav says.

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How this ex-Google employee got Mark Cuban to bankroll her A.I. start-up

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This CEO landed a 'shark' without ever stepping in the tank.

How a German town tricked neo-Nazis into raising money for an organization devoted to their downfall

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Inhabitants of Wunsiedel, Germany, came up with a clever way to thwart right-wing extremists.

5 management myths that may surprise you, according to a top Harvard Business School exec

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"Management is much more about influence than about orders."

Elon Musk spends weekend responding to Tesla customers, admits 'foolish oversight'

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A customer tweeted at the billionaire with a complaint and a request for an improvement. The tech CEO’s response? “Good point.”

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How to write the perfect post-interview email

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Following up with a hiring manager can make or break your chances of landing a job.

How to build a huge social media following—from an adorable bulldog with 3 million followers

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Manny the Frenchie’s humans share their best advice for how to engage online.

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In 1999, Jeff Bezos made eerily accurate predictions about how the world look today

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From the start, Bezos knew e-commerce would be huge.

Daymond John's top 2 'Shark Tank' companies are making millions

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Waiting tables at Red Lobster turned John off food companies, but he changed his mind with Bubba's Q, Three Jerks Jerky.

5 crucial benefits other than salary to consider when taking a job

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There's a lot more to a job offer than what you'll get paid.

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Possibly the best nanny job in the world is offering $129,000 and full use of the family Maserati

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If you love kids, and know how to handle yourself in a scrape, this may be the job for you.

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Want to grow your career? Make your job harder

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People who solve hard problems change the world and get ahead.

Fired engineer on being a conservative at Google: 'It's like being gay in the 1950s’

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“Conservatives have to stay in the closet and have to mask who they really are,” James Damore tells Business Insider.

This dad used to be a forklift driver—now his blog brings in $17 million a year

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“When I first started [the blog], it was really just to have fun,” says Abraham Piper, founder of website 22 Words.

Apple will give $2 million for Charlottesville. Here's how much Tim Cook has donated to human rights

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"Hate is a cancer and left unchecked it destroys everything in its path."

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Malala Yousafzai is heading to Oxford—here’s how much it costs to attend

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The activist will study philosophy, politics and economics.

Here’s how much you save when you don’t have kids

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Becoming a parent isn't cheap.

This resume got me internship offers from Google, NSA and more

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A student answers a few questions on how he crafted the "perfect resume."

7 things to do when you're about to get fired

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Regain some control by planning your next step.