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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Editor Mutiyat Ade-Salu shares a new idea on civic responsibility when it comes to supporting innovation in the Diaspora.   Ordinarily, the idea of civic responsibility promotes community service or donations by citizens within a local area or nation. But another way to think

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On June 23, the Supreme Court announced a disappointing 4-4 ruling in the U.S. vs Texas case determining whether President Obama's 2014 immigration relief programs can go into effect. A tied decision from the Supreme Court means that the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans

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A “virtuous cycle” is one in which a reciprocal cause and effect leads to the improvement of the situation. As the world moves deeper into the information age, technology and education have the potential to form such a cycle. The skills acquired through education provide an enabling

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When I think about female micro-entrepreneurship in sub-saharan Africa, I often think about the women of Yaba market in Lagos. I wonder how they and their businesses have survived through the years and how I can help make their businesses more profitable and sustainable. During

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