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Automats aren’t finished yet

If you were hungry in New York during the first half of the last century, there is a good chance you would have called into an automat, which once served 800,000 people every day across the city.

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Halting the city brain drain

During the 1990s, when use of the internet began to really go mainstream, it was a widely held belief people would no longer need or want to live in crowded cities.

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Cashing in on your chips ...

Stacy Madison never intended to be an entrepreneur. She started her career as a social worker specialising in helping pregnant women with drug problems in Boston, Massachusetts.

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