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Your Weekly Recommendations Wednesday, July 26, 2017
 
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How Entrepreneurs Can Successfully Challenge Convention
Forbes • Communityvoice, Forbes Coaches Council
The Morning Download: U.S. Seeks Quantum Boost in Supercomputing Race with China
The Wall Street Journal • Steve Rosenbush
How Kevin O'Leary Overcame 6 Formative Failures
Entrepreneur Magazine • Alp Mimaroglu
Do You Need a Co-Founder? This Surprising New Study Has the Answer
Inc. • Matt Given
Are you a maverick or a charmer? Mastering the art of self-promotion
The Guardian • Beverley Glick
The 29-year-old CEO of Whatsapp rival Hike on pitfalls founders should avoid
CNBC • Saheli Roy Choudhury
No Exit Strategy for Japan
Bloomberg • Daniel Moss
Tech nonprofit helping African-American teens get ahead in coding
EdSource • Carolyn Jones
US business leaders must give Washington a wake-up call
The Hill • Charles Kolb, Dylan Ratigan, Opinion Contributors
This Japanese Entrepreneur Is Building The Satellite Infrastructure Of The Future
Forbes • Contributor, Saadia M. Pekkanen
 
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How Entrepreneurs Can Successfully Challenge Convention
ForbesCommunityvoice, Forbes Coaches Council
Shutterstock It's unnatural to defy convention. Rules, societal norms, and accepted patterns of behavior exist for a reason, and violating them invites admonishment. However, it appears that recently, those gaining the most admiration and least admonishment are exactly those who dare to...
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Economic Policy, Entrepreneurship
The Morning Download: U.S. Seeks Quantum Boost in Supercomputing Race with China
The Wall Street JournalSteve Rosenbush
Sign up here for The Morning Download, and get the most important news in business technology emailed to you each weekday morning. Good morning. Leadership in technological innovation, long the driver of U.S. economic strength, faces a new level of competition. This...
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Entrepreneurship
How Kevin O'Leary Overcame 6 Formative Failures
Entrepreneur MagazineAlp Mimaroglu
Better known by Shark Tank fans as “Mr. Wonderful,” Kevin O’Leary is a businessman through and through -- not to mention one of the tougher investors on the show. But as the case with most entrepreneurs, circumstances have not always been wonderful...
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Entrepreneurship, Startups
Do You Need a Co-Founder? This Surprising New Study Has the Answer
Inc.Matt Given
"Build a strong team." This has always been such solid advice for entrepreneurs. Build a great team of rockstars with complementary skills. Trust each other. Divide and conquer. This advice is so solid in fact, many funds will only consider funding teams...
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Entrepreneurship, Public Relations
Are you a maverick or a charmer? Mastering the art of self-promotion
The GuardianBeverley Glick
Many creative types struggle to promote themselves. Learning what type of person you are can help make your pitches more effective After 35 years as a print journalist, I have been on the receiving end of countless pitches from public relations professionals...
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Entrepreneurship, Mobile Phones
The 29-year-old CEO of Whatsapp rival Hike on pitfalls founders should avoid
CNBCSaheli Roy Choudhury
The key to building a successful start-up is understanding the value of time, according to 29-year-old Kavin Bharti Mittal, who is founder and CEO of Indian messaging platform Hike Messenger. Mittal started Hike in 2012 as an instant messaging app that has...
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Entrepreneurship, Strategic & Project Management
No Exit Strategy for Japan
BloombergDaniel Moss
The central bank doesn't want to talk about why it's lagging its peers.
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Computer & Programming Languages, Computer Science
Tech nonprofit helping African-American teens get ahead in coding
EdSourceCarolyn Jones
Carolyn Jones/Students in Oakland's Hidden Genius program for African-American boys learn coding, leadership and entrepreneurship. Charles McClain’s road to computer programming started with a vice familiar to many 15-year-olds: Playing too many video games. “My dad finally said, if you make your...
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Corporate Governance, Economic Policy
US business leaders must give Washington a wake-up call
The HillCharles Kolb, Dylan Ratigan, Opinion Contributors
It’s not every day that a Wall Street CEO sounds the alarm on the state of American government. During an earnings call earlier this month, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon put it bluntly: “We’ve been growing at 1.5 to 2 percent in...
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Entrepreneurship
This Japanese Entrepreneur Is Building The Satellite Infrastructure Of The Future
ForbesContributor, Saadia M. Pekkanen
This article is part of a profile series where I speak with space entrepreneurs and others connected to Asia to find out more about their businesses, and Asia’s role in the space technology sector. To read more, click here.
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