Jeremy Stoppelman has fought a long battle with Google to protect his startup, and it hasn’t gone well.
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American tech firms are setting up research centers south of the border, targeting an affordable talent pool they’re increasingly unable to find at home.
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Alex Bernadotte is trying to cut the college completion gap for first-generation and immigrant students.
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