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  2. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The article reports on the growth in the readership of the financial journal Forbes, as well as its presence on the internet. It describes the increasing amount of social media content produced by Forbes editors across a number of platforms, including unique material that doesn't fit into the traditional Forbes products.
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  3. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The article reports on the author's belief in the need for a crackdown on North Korea to curb its aggressiveness. The author proposes the barring of travel by Americans to North Korea, naming it a terrorist state, impose economic sanctions and embargos, and increased antiballistic missile activity. The article also reflects on the career of German chancellor Helmut Kohl and his decision to allow the U.S. to station intermediate-range ballistic missiles in West Germany to oppose the Soviet Union.
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  4. Forbes; 07/27/2017
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  5. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The article reports on various health products developed by women entrepreneurs under the age of thirty.
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  6. Forbes; 07/27/2017
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  7. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    An interview with Cirrus Aircraft chief executive officer Dale Klapmeier is presented. He discusses the parachutes built into Cirrus airplanes, the impact of the 2008 recession, particularly on the design and construction of their single-engine private jet, and the acquisition by China Aviation Industry General Aircraft Co. (CAIGA).
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  8. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The article reports on the economic conditions of Idaho and presents a brief profile of U.S. entrepreneur Frank Vandersloot, chief executive officer of Melaleuca Inc.
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  9. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The article reports on the founder and chief executive officer (CEO) Shane Smith and the growth of his mass media company Vice Media, providing content for young adults.
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  10. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The article reports on the Taiwanese high technology industries and executives that have profited from partnerships with consumer electronics company Apple Inc. It mentions that the companies have shared in Apple's gain in share value, as well as the direct income from supplying components for Apple devices.
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  11. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The article reports on the construction of Rockefeller Center in New York City in the 1930s and its subsequent sales. It describes how Japanese firm Mitisubishi Real Estate bought the complex in 1989, selling it to a consortium led by one of the Rockefellers and commercial property investor Tishman Speyer in 1996. It mentions that the building is now owned by Tishman Speyer and the family of Chicago businessman Lester Crown.
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  12. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The article discusses items from the July 15, 1931 issue of Forbes. It mentions automobile manufacturer Walter P. Chrysler's program to increase sales of the new Plymouth automobile, as well as the future of television, the growth of beverage manufacturer Coca-Cola Inc., and a discussion of embezzlement and how to avoid it.
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  13. Forbes; 07/27/2017
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  14. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The article reports on the expansion of craft beer brewer New Belgium Brewing Co. and the difficulties that have arisen. It describes how chief executive officer Kim Jordan made the employees owners in 2013 and then looked into selling the company to one of the large beer conglomerates. The article also mentions the creation of new, less expensive beers and the company's attempts to reach a national audience.
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  15. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    An interview with entrepreneur Sandy Khaund is presented in which he describes his new company Upgraded Inc. which will prevent the sale of fraudulent tickets.
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  16. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The author recommends investing in large-scale beer manufacturers, who can take advantage of economies of scale, rather than in craft brewers.
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  17. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The article reports on chief executive officer Vicki Hollub of Occidental Petroleum Corp. It describes the growth in oil production in the Permian Basin of Texas and New Mexico, as well as how Occidental had operated in the past. STUFF
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  18. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The article reports on the sales of airplanes from manufacturer Boeing Co. and the growth in sales share of smaller aircraft.
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  19. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The author recommends investing in mineral company Black Stone Minerals Co. which owns large petroleum and natural gas reserves, earning profits by leasing these properties.
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  20. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The article reports on the growth of the online chat and text messaging software Discord, developed by programmers Jason Citron and Stanislav Vishnevskiy. It mentions that the application was created for easier communication among online gamers and their audiences, and describes future possibilities for the company to make a profit.
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  21. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The article reports on weather forecasting software ClimaCell being developed by Israeli entrepreneur Shimon Elkabetz.
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  22. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The article reports on the Chinese social media company Tencent Holdings and its revenues from games and online advertising.
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  23. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The article examines the artificial intelligence startup company Clarifai. Particular focus is given to their use of image-recognition. Additional topics discussed include their competitors: Google, IBM and Microsoft, how the company was founded by artificial intelligence Ph.D. Matthew Zeiler, and Zeiler's background, including time spent growing up in Canada and studying at New York University.
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  24. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The article discusses Walabot DIY, a smartphone-powered pipe, stud and electrical-wire detector.
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  25. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The article profiles the Silicon Valley-based company Alphabet, dealing with topics including its work in advertising, machine-learning, and how they might be a good choice for investors.
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  26. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The article profiles the 67-year-old American investor Bill Miller. Particular focus is given to his investment in companies including Amazon, Restoration Hardware and Google. Additional topics discussed include his investment style, his losses during the 2007-2008 financial crisis, and how he operates his business out of Maryland while claiming his legal residence is in Florida, which is state-income-tax-free.
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  27. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The article profiles Matthew Werner, portfolio manager of the West Loop Realty Fund, dealing with topics including his methods of "culling the weak," the performance of shopping malls, and big-box store redevelopment.
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  28. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The cover story is presented, which explores cryptocurrency. Particular focus is given to Olaf Carlson-Wee, founder Polychain Capital, a cryptocurrency hedge fund. Additional topics discussed include the design and use of virtual tokens, or coins, for currency, financial bubbles being created through cryptocurrency, and Bitcoin cryptocurrency. Details relating to the billions of dollars being earned through cryptocurrency are also offered, as is information on whether or not these earnings are tax-free.
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  29. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The article discusses the high tech industry in Utah. Particular focus is given to technology companies based in Utah, including Overstock.com, Pluralsight and Qualtrics. Additional topics discussed include a map of companies based in cities Farmington, Salt Lake City and Provo, the politics and social climate of the state of Utah, and cloud computing.
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  30. Forbes; 07/27/2017
    The article examines blockchain technology and how it might change the way that citizens interact with their government. Particular focus is given to how this relates to the U.S. Additional topics discussed include how the digital cryptocurrency company bitcoin has impacted technology, the Delaware Blockchain Initiative, launched by former Delaware Governor Jack Markell, and public perceptions of efficiency, transparency and trust.
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