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From working as a parking lot attendant to taming lions, here are the summer jobs 19 super successful people had before they were famous; How the microwave was invented by a radar engineer who accidentally cooked a candy bar in his pocket – Bamboo Innovator Daily: 4 Jul (Sat)

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  • Behold Ontario’s truck stop king: Ken Tanenbaum’s empire sprawls over 1,000 kilometres and never closes: FP
  • From working as a parking lot attendant to taming lions, here are the summer jobs 19 super successful people had before they were famous: BI
  • How the microwave was invented by a radar engineer who accidentally cooked a candy bar in his pocket: BI
  • The ultimate lesson of being an astronaut: Trust your team: qz
  • 78 years ago, a journalist studied 500 rich men and boiled down their success into 13 steps: BI
  • Karl Lagerfeld: King of couture; The fashion designer on 50 years at Fendi and the power of ‘fantasy fur’: FT
  • Lunch with the FT: Pavel Durov, the tech entrepreneur talks about founding Russia’s biggest social networking app VKontakte which revolutionised the Russian internet, falling out with Putin and life as an international nomad: FT
  • What Jackie Chan Taught Will Smith And Jay Z: Forbes
  • What Did Lincoln Really Think of Jefferson?: NYT

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