Class Dismissed: Eight Successful Entrepreneurs Who Didn't Go to College
A massive ‘stampede’ of dolphins spotted off California coast. The phenomenon is known as a ‘megapod.’
Thirty-one percent of Swiss are either cutting back their meat-eating or going full veggie. “Plant based-dieting has been socially normalized more so than ever.”
An all-female scientific expedition will take on the plastic problem. ”Women by nature have a nurturing instinct and are compelled to protect.”
Jon Stewart forced to remind Congress of basic decency yet again after Rand Paul blocks 9/11 victim compensation bill. “At some point, we have to stand up for the people who have always stood up for us … What Rand Paul did today on the floor of the Senate was outrageous.”
So few kids know about the Holocaust, Oregon had to pass a law requiring schools to teach about it. 66 percent of millennials have never heard of Auschwitz.
Branson was a natural entrepreneur, publishing his own magazine and selling records out of the trunk of his car at 16. With a partner, he started a mail-order record company, naming it Virgin because the duo was new at business. Virgin Group now owns more than 200 companies in 30 countries including a record label, airlines, and health clubs.
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