An ultra-Orthodox man works at Haredi Hi-Tech Forum in Bnei Brak, Israel.
BNEI BRAK, Israel -- "3,000 years ago, the people of Israel came from Egy...
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With no way to study abroad, factory work unpalatable, and his family depending on him, Ahmed wracked his brain for "a business that can't be affected by Palestine crises."
Unlike other bubbles, average Americans should not be "afraid" of this proliferation of early-stage companies. If anything, they should embrace it.
The TechTown neighborhood is a terrific Detroit asset, and it can be so much more. TechTown is a business incubator, and in order for it to thrive, we must focus on creating an environment where the area can grow organically out of existing assets.
As the national debate rages about the lack of diversity in Silicon Valley, entrepreneurs from within the Latino community will be stepping into the mainstream limelight.
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