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Liz Wessel told Google upfront that she planned to leave in two years.
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Gaifong CEO Elliot Leung explains how members on the peer-to-peer platform can rent consumer goods from other members.
In a new survey, 45% of freelancers say they plan to vote for Hillary Clinton.
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Patrick has had life insurance since her early 20s and says you should too.
Joel Holland turned down a six-figure salary on Wall Street to launch VideoBlocks in his parent's basement.
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