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The founder of Aurous, a free streaming music service with no ads, shared his thoughts on what his company brings to the marketplace and how artists will get paid.
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One billion young people are expected to look for work in the next decade, but only 40 percent will succeed if the global economy remains as is, a report said.
There is no universal standard for what is deemed reasonable conduct in police use-of-force cases, like last year's fatal shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice in Cleveland.
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