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Berlin Officially Introduces a Rent Cap to Keep Renters from Being Screwed

Berlin Officially Introduces a Rent Cap to Keep Renters from Being Screwed

Berlin is an incredibly affordable city compared to other European capitals or major cities across North America. When this all of a sudden became mainstream news around half a decade ago, everyone and their best friend began packing their bags and moving...
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China’s Richest Man Lost $14 BILLION in Half an Hour Yesterday

It wasn’t a happy hump day for the richest man in China yesterday. In just half an hour, Li Hejun found himself $14 billion poorer thanks to an end-of-the-day crash yesterday. Apparently, shady business practices could be to blame
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A Couple in Houston is Selling Their $400K House for $150 and a 200 Word Essay

Selling your $400,000 house in Houston's most desirable neighbourhood for $150 and an essay seems like a pretty illogical move – until you consider how this couple is taking very innovative approach to real estate that'll probably fetch them more than market value
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This Startup Gives Employees a Free Ticket to Anywhere in the World on Their One Year Anniversary

You probably have some pretty sweet perks at your company. Free parking, company meals every few weeks, a Nespresso machine – that sort of thing. But does your boss send you anywhere you want to go in the world on your one-year anniversary?
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