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Bamboo Innovator Daily Insight: 15 Apr (Wed) – Here’s the paradoxical trait that Peter Thiel looks for in employees: “You want people who are both really stubborn and really open-minded”; when somebody embodies rare Zen-like opposites, they’ll be more likely to come up with original ideas

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  • Here’s the paradoxical trait that Peter Thiel looks for in employees: “You want people who are both really stubborn and really open-minded”; when somebody embodies rare Zen-like opposites, they’ll be more likely to come up with original ideas: BI
  • How Jay-Z became such a successful businessman; Before he ever was a successful rapper or businessman, Jay-Z was Shawn Carter, a teen drug dealer on the streets of Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn: BI
  • 12 timeless lessons from one of Warren Buffett’s favorite books, ‘How to Win Friends & Influence People’: BI
  • Abraham Lincoln was assassinated 150 years ago today — here are 11 of his best quotes: BI
  • The amazing story behind the only photograph of President Lincoln in death: BI
  • How Spanx Got Me An Interview With Warren Buffett: VW
  • How One Company Turned the Recession into an Opportunity – and Thrived: Insead
  • Big Ideas Mark the Path from Strategy to Execution: Strategy&
  • CEMEX: An Emerging Market Multinational: Strategy&
  • CEMEX’s Strategic Mix: This Mexican cement company redefined itself as a global solutions provider with the critical capabilities to match: Strategy&
  • David Cameron has trouble answering a 10-year-old’s simple question: “If you could pick one politician apart from yourself to win, who would it be, and why?”: BI
  • Lack of vocational education stifles US mobility: BI

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