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By becoming the first openly gay CEO in the Fortune 500, Apple CEO Tim Cook may have paved the way for other lesbian, gay, and bisexual people to be more open and successful in the workplace
As Ebola fears grip the American public, the Internet is rife with conspiracy theories, phony cures and other misinformation about the virus. But as The New York Times reports, several influential websites are sticking to the facts about Ebola, including those run by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization and, somewhat improbably, Wikipedia.
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