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Never get so busy making a living that you forget to make a life!

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This map by howmuch network reveals the top 2017 brands for each country. Many of those brands have more money and power than most countries. So perhaps schools should teach less geography, more global brands. This map is a start.
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Internet trends report - Code Conference 2016. Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers partner Mary Meeker delivers her annual internet trends report. She says "easy growth is behind us" as the newest internet users are coming from less developed and less affluent countries.

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The footage, from Skybox Imaging's SkySat-1 micro-satellite, is as mesmerizing as the implications are powerful.
The U.S. company's vision is to "leverage timely satellite data to provide insight into daily global activity."

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Hillary Clinton's logo gets mixed reviews. Initial feedback for the logo on social media was absolutely brutal. Design experts had a mixed reaction to the design.
Some were puzzled while others complimented the Democrat for a bold choice that avoided the traditional patriotic imagery normally seen in campaign branding.
http://gplusbrand.com/1Qzw1Jx

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Coined by Belgian psychologist Jozef Nuttin in 1985, the name letter effect describes people's tendency to prefer the letters in their names to all others.
"They find those letters, in particular their first and last initials, more aesthetically pleasing or beautiful than others," reports Jessa Gamble for the Last Word on Nothing, a science blog.
http://gplusbrand.com/1Qzugfm

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Loss-laden Malaysia Airlines faces hard choices. At a shareholders meeting June 25, the national carrier admitted that it needs to drastically change the way it does business but offered scant details on what it has in mind. When the floor was opened for questions, management faced quite a barrage.

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Chrysler Group is taking muscle cars to steroid-crazed levels with its new V8 engine. The Dodge Challenger SRT with the optional Hellcat engine, available starting in the fall, will put out a total of 707 horsepower.
This will be "the most powerful muscle car ever," according to Chrysler.

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The World Cup final is set: Argentina versus Germany. The two teams face off Sunday in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for global glory.
Soccer fans know the stats, the odds and the key players, but let's take a look at the economic figures.

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Google is launching a venture capital fund to invest in promising European technology companies.
The $100m (£58m) fund will "invest in the best ideas from the best European entrepreneurs", according to Bill Maris, managing partner at Google Ventures, overseeing the project.
"We believe Europe's start-up scene has enormous potential."
The new operation will be based near London's Silicon Roundabout start-up district.
But Google is open to further geographic expansion in the future.
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