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Sunday 19th of November 2017
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Fortune
By: Alana Abramson
Mnuchin reflected on the photos on "Fox News Sunday."
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Entrepreneur
By: Lewis Howes
Learn the secrets to success from 'Sport Science' host John Brenkus.
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Fortune
By: David Z. Morris
Elon Musk says the 2020 car's base speed will be upgradeable.
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Small Business Trends
By: Rob Starr
Right Networks has introduced three cloud solutions for small businesses and accounting firms.
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Inc
By: Melanie Deziel
These under-used indicators of success will help you see where you stand in the competitive landscape
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Entrepreneur
By: Aaron Agius
Settling for the norm keeps you from being your best.
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Fortune
By: Reuters
Zimbabwe's ruling party fired Mugabe as its leader.
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The New York Times
By: JEFFREY MOYO

The embattled president was also set to meet with the military commander who placed him under house arrest to negotiate his departure.

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Zimbabwe ruling party: Mugabe must resign as president by noon Monday or impeachment to start

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The New York Times
By: LOUIS LUCERO II and...

Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.

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The Latest: Zimbabwe ruling party meets on demands to expel Mugabe as party leader

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Thousands of Zimbabweans marched through the capital on Saturday demanding that President Robert Mugabe step down, days after the military placed him under house arrest.

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The New York Times
By: JEFFREY MOYO

Tens of thousands of people marched alongside soldiers on tanks and called for President Robert Mugabe to step down after a military takeover.

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Fortune
By: David Z. Morris

Jeff Flake has criticized Trump before – but not this directly.

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The New York Times
By: DAVE ITZKOFF

“S.N.L.,” where Senator Al Franken became famous as a comedy writer and performer, used its “Weekend Update” segment to criticize him over recent allegations of sexual misconduct.

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Trump "thinks it's best for the people of Alabama" to decide on Moore, aide said

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Fast Company
By: Andrew Smart
Silicon Valley veteran and “Lean Out” author Elissa Shevinsky on why a workplace that is hostile to women is a sign of severe problems in other areas. Hardly a day goes by these days that we don’t hear stories about rampant...
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Microchips, once always thin and flat, now are getting stacked like pancakes and becoming 3-D—with big consequences for all our devices.
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The struggles at GE will claim half of the industrial giant’s 18 directors, an unusual shakeout that shows the depths of the problems that developed on their watch.
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Small Business Trends
By: Charles Franklin
In The Future of Happiness author Amy Blankson argues that there is a “middle path” between technological overwhelm and technological obsession.
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Inc
By: Greg Satell
The next big thing always starts out looking like nothing at all.
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Inc
By: John Hall
Your content marketing efforts may start with the marketing department, but you're losing out if you let them end there.
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Inc
By: Nicolas Cole
Goals only get achieved when you prioritize them the right way.
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Entrepreneur
By: Emily Conklin
Steps to solving conference call woes and make the most of your meetings.
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Inc
By: Chris Matyszczyk
What could have happened here?
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Fast Company
By: Panu Liira
Here are a few tips for adding a human touch in your new hires’ early days, when it counts more than ever. I’ve played a part in onboarding around 300 of my company’s 500 employees, and in my experience, one of the factors...
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Inc
By: Geoffrey James
The former first lady is known for her pithy and inspirational comments. This time she outdid herself.
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Outcome Health, a Chicago startup, offered voluntary buyouts to employees, and Harvard Health Publishing and the American Medical Association put their partnerships with the company on pause.
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Fast Company
By: Mark Sullivan
Once again, law enforcement appears to be trying to sway public opinion on the need for law enforcement “back doors” to encryption systems. Remember all that legal head-butting and posturing last year when the feds tried to force Apple ...
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Fortune
By: Reuters
The incident was the latest mishap involving a U.S. warship in Asia.
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The USS Benfold collided with a Japanese commercial tug boat in Japan's Sagami Bay on Saturday.

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Fortune
By: Mahita Gajanan
The second-row seats can tip forward if not properly secured
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Honda is recalling about 800,000 of its Odyssey minivans in the United States because the second-row seats may tip forward if not properly latched

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The New York Times
By: MATT STEVENS

The recalled minivans, which include model years 2011 to 2017, have second-row seats that may tip forward if they aren’t properly latched, the company said.

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Fortune
By: David Z. Morris
But how they'll enforce that is an open question.
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Community Health Systems Inc., one of the largest publicly traded hospital chains in the U.S., is in talks with a group of bondholders led by Franklin Resources Inc. to extend nearly $2 billion in bonds coming due in 2019, according to people...
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Fortune
By: Jeff John Roberts
This is your Cyber Saturday edition of Fortune's tech newsletter for November 18, 2017.
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Fortune
By: David Z. Morris
The all-you-can watch service is a steal for consumers – and a longshot as a business.
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Small Business Trends
By: Small Business Editor
As an entrepreneur, you understand your people remain to your ongoing success. Why not give them the environment they need to thrive?
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Fortune
By: Mahita Gajanan
The watches allow parents to keep tabs on their children.
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Fortune
By: David Z. Morris
The game's derided microtransactions will be revamped - but the damage may already be done.
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Small Business Trends
By: Annie Pilon
Members of the small business community offer up some help on improving how customers experience your company.
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Fortune
By: Jamie Ducharme
The real estate feud has lasted years.
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Billboard
By: Associated Press

A jury has found that a businesswoman must pay $5 million to singer Katy Perry and the archdiocese of Los Angeles, finding that the woman...

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Inc
By: Nicolas Cole
Failure is more of a choice than we think.
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Companies in Argentina, Brazil, Spain and the U.S. have been accused of taking bribes, and Argentine former lawyer apparently took his own life, as a corruption trial gets under way in Brooklyn.
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Entrepreneur
By: Rahul Varshneya
Swimming with the sharks makes perfect sense in our evolving corporate world.
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Fortune
By: Anne VanderMey
We talked to Richard Branson about his new book, U.S. air travel, and Elon Musk.
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Inc
By: Melanie Curtin
Leadership, success, trust, power dynamics, innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship: just a few things addressed in these books.
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Small Business Trends
By: Michael Guta
There's a lot of buzz around the new OnePlus 5T smartphone that was announced this week. Get all the details after the jump.
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Mashable
By: Raymond Wong

"When we launched the OnePlus 5, there was no plan to release the OnePlus 5T," Kyle Kiang, OnePlus' head of global marketing, told me a week before the new phone's splashy launch event in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. It's a peculiar admission, but it...

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Fortune
By: Don Reisinger
And all the other Apple news this week.
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Fast Company
By: Dan Solomon
The animation studio had a smash success with “RWBY”. Four years later, it’s looking for another one. When the first two episodes of RWBY premiered in the summer of 2013, it was so hotly anticipated that fans who packed the...
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Inc
By: Greg Satell
Technology alone cannot drive change
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Fortune
By: Clay Chandler
The special Sino Saturday edition of CEO Daily.
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Fortune
By: Don Reisinger
Great deals on hardware, gadgets, and games.
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Oil companies and the auto industry are teaming up to preserve the internal combustion engine, as tough regulation and electric vehicles put the car industry’s century-old technology at risk.
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Entrepreneur
By: Emily Conklin
The world's biggest brands are marketing with Instagram, and you can, too.
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Small Business Trends
By: Charles Franklin
Chock full of examples, The Diamond Process is the kind of book leaders need to transform teams that do the work but don't go beyond.

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