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Dagmar Monett
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What you can do to avoid the mistake of saying "yes" when you know the answer should be "no".

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Hmmm... what if I change the scenario and substitute the word "customer" by "chef"? Would the reasons still apply? They are logical, aren't they? 

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And the investors are mainly men...
How women entrepreneurs can break into the "boy's club" of investors
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Extreme difficult decision when others depend on you...
Leaving a job without another offer in place isn't easy, but it's doable. Some things to consider:
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Indeed! However, even when needed or wanted, it could be a big mistake when your family life, for example, strongly depends on what you earn.

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We’re teaming up with TIME to celebrate #EarthDay next week, and we want you to join in by sharing your photos of our beautiful earth. Publicly share photos on Google+ with #MyBeautifulEarth, and TIME will feature some of their favorite photos on their website on Earth Day. Explore now:

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Preparing students to be productive 21st-century citizens requires accessible and innovate educational systems, writes Heather Zavadsky in today's Commentary.

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Full Prof. Computer Science
  • Berlin School of Economics and Law
    Full Prof. Computer Science, 2010 - present
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Berlin, Germany
Cuban-German scientist and social media enthusiast, full Prof. of CS with focus on Artificial Intelligence and Software Engineering
  • Havana University
    B.Sc. Computer Science, 1987 - 1992
  • Havana University
    M.Sc. Computer Science, 1995 - 1998
  • Humboldt University of Berlin
    Ph.D. Computer Science, 2000 - 2005
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