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  • #FastPet: Do You Have A Cover Star?

    Special, limited time offer: we'll put your pet on the cover of Fast Company! (Sorta)

    This has been quite a week for Pet Week and to cap it off, we are going to be doing something silly for a few hours on Oct. 24th:

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  • Paul Allen Donates $100 Million To Fight Ebola

    The Microsoft cofounder's gift will buy medical equipment, pay salaries, and launch partnerships with med schools.

    Paul Allen, Microsoft's cofounder, just donated $100 million to the fight against Ebola. The donation, announced today at a Seattle press conference, will go toward supplies for humanitarian aid workers, training, lab equipment, and employees for Liberian health care providers (in collaboration with the University of Massachusetts Medical School), and creation of a new crowdfunding website called TackleEbola. Allen's announcement follows a previous earmarking of $26 million to the Centers for Disease Control and several other medical group.

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  • Can Target Reclaim Its Design Moxie?

    CEO Brian Cornell wants to compete on product, and not just price

    As Target gears up for its first holiday season since an epic breach of its data systems last year, new CEO Brian Cornell is shifting away from discounts and toward design, with a renewed focus on dressing both its customers and their homes. Whether that strategy will pay off remains to be seen.

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  • Christian Bale Will Play Steve Jobs In Upcoming Film

    The Dark Knight star will depict the Apple cofounder in the Aaron Sorkin-written movie.

    Aaron Sorkin thinks Batman star Christian Bale will "crush" the role of Steve Jobs.

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  • Uber Cancels Sexist "Hot Chick" Promotion

    The company now calls the planned promotion a "clear misjudgment."

    This week in Lyon, France, Uber joined forces with a app named Avions de Chasse on a promotion that promised Uber customers free, 20-minute rides with "hot chick" drivers. But after the story made the rounds, the partnership was "canceled immediately," an Uber spokesperson told Business Insider.

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