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CNBC's Kate Rogers dives into the Kauffman Foundation's report on entrepreneurship trends.
Start-up activity increased in 2016, bolstered by growth among new female entrepreneurs.
The mining game is over for Australia and it's important to fill that hole with tech jobs, says TechSydney's CEO, Dean McEvoy.
Some big tech names on the list will be familiar, while others may surprise you.
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