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Taiwanese-Australian entrepreneur Jimmy Yang (left) spends much of his time at his Taipei restaurant and bar, Woolloomooloo. Many younger Taiwanese are focused on work they see as creative and innovative.
December 8, 2015 The term is used disparagingly, as in a fruit that's soft and tends to bruise easily. But millennials say they are building a new economy for their own generation.
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A pot of tea sits at the newly opened Teavana tea bar in New York City.
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November 1, 2013 The company recently bought the Teavana chain and has opened its first tea bar in New York City. Some say the beverage giant's move into tea could hurt small tea shops; others say they'll be in a good position to compete the way independent coffee shops compete with Starbucks.
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