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Which women entrepreneurs are most successful?

An article published in TIME magazine this week explores the diversity of women entrepreneurs in the tech sector.

Among the women who are featured are some of the biggest names in the space, including Amanda Hess, the founder of online clothing retailer Elle and the former head of Amazon Studios, who launched her own venture, Bazaar, in 2014.

The list also includes Ellen Pao, who is the former chief executive of Reddit, and Ann Druyan, a former venture capitalist and partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers who launched and later exited her own social network.

TIME’s “Women in Technology” feature was first published in October 2017.

Black entrepreneur quotes: 5 black entrepreneurs you need to know

Businesses like eBay, Uber, Google, Spotify, Pinterest, Spotify and even a new online magazine called Black Entrepreneurs in Cars are attracting more and more people who are trying to get in the automotive business.

It all started with the late rapper Tupac Shakur, who was the biggest star of the 90s rap music industry.

Tupac was famous for his lyrics that described how he would spend $20,000 to $50,000 on a car and drive it around.

Many years later, after being diagnosed with ALS, Tupac died.

In 2015, the Detroit auto industry was struggling.

Its demise was blamed on the global financial crisis.

But some African-American and African-Canadian entrepreneurs saw an opportunity.

They saw an opening.

Black entrepreneurs have been building cars and trucks since the early 1990s.

They are looking for business opportunities and they have seen a steady growth over the past decade.

The latest industry growth was driven by the rise in digital content, which is now the second biggest source of income for many African-Americans.

The new digital business models have been successful because they offer a chance to get into the business and then also earn money.

Black people in the business also have access to capital and they can access a lot of support.

Many African-Car owners also say that many of the business owners have great connections in Detroit.