The critical issue the first debate missed @lynnvos @GreyHealth https://t.co/PBiLcw6n0F
Great discussion on the agency of the future @PwC_EntComm @PublicisNA @OracleMktgCloud @MrCJLederer #AWNewYork
RT @ariannahuff: .@realDonaldTrump thinks he ends, and wins, an argument by saying “end of story” #debatenight
RT @revistapym: Hi @johngerzema, see you at #CartagenaInspira to share knowledges about "Country Brands"
Snapchat launches video-capture sunglasses https://t.co/8e5nFxiPCg
How Chobani's New Incubator Will Shake Up the Food Industry https://t.co/vIwPFNtpMs
Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan Pledge $3 Billion to Fighting Disease https://t.co/YQ5FdmzFoZ
Why are mattress companies acting like tech startups? https://t.co/zOSrBSV04N
The cafe that gives employees with autism a place to call home https://t.co/hPGNTvgYDI
A look behind-the-scenes of @nymag's cover story on distraction, by Andrew Sullivan: https://t.co/ePcjpbofOR https://t.co/YoKtKCnORQ
This startup built a business by watching where we tweet https://t.co/oUE1WbMnZJ
Spin Class Full? Feel the Burn From Your Living Room https://t.co/amJKNLVzAz
Clinton on pneumonia: It 'finally got some Republicans interested in women's health' - POLITICO https://t.co/wEIusjAYpK
France becomes first country to ban all France is first country to ban plastic cups and plates https://t.co/Ra6Qdk936P #green
Ford is solving problems by getting its employees to think like inventors https://t.co/qtOtZtxmSZ https://t.co/saat6vqN8T

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