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  • Hunks Need Not Apply: Abercrombie Loosens Its Hotties-Only Hiring Practices

    You no longer have to show your abs to work at Abercrombie or Hollister.

    For years, working at Abercrombie & Fitch had one particularly stringent requirement: You had to be totally hot. Today, the teen clothing retailer announced that this policy is changing.

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  • Google Didn't Kill Glass, It's Just Making It Sexier

    Google is partnering with the eyewear giant behind Ray-Ban to build its next face computer.

    For all the Jetsonian innovation packed into Google Glass, the product just couldn't live down its most glaring flaw: the dork factor. For regular people, the mere idea of a face computer is a creepy nonstarter. To Google, it's concluded Glass's stigma is just a fashion problem.

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  • Kleiner Perkins Wants Ellen Pao To Pay $1 Million For Losing Her Gender Discrimination Case

    The VC firm suffered a major PR blow from the high-profile case, but making Pao pay them back for legal costs isn't likely to help their image.

    It's been nearly a month since a jury decided that Silicon Valley's prominent VC firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers didn't discriminate against its former employee Ellen Pao based on her gender. Now that they've won, the firm is asking for more.

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  • Scheduling App Doodle Tries To Redesign Itself For An American Audience

    A popular Swiss app is ditching its utilitarian design for a sleeker look.

    Nobody has truly made a huge business out of online scheduling?yet. But Swiss scheduling app Doodle, which launched in 2007, currently has 18 million users in Europe, and 7 million in America. The app was acquired in 2013 by Swedish media giant Tamedia, and Doodle's new CEO Michael Brecht has been charged with expanding into brand-new markets. He especially wants to grab the 312 million Americans who aren't using Doodle yet, and convince them to give it a whirl.

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