July 29th, 2011
06:10 PM GMT
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In this episode of "The Boss", two of our bosses have two distinct marketing strategies.

In New York, Steve Hindy taps New York's iconic designer Milton Glaser to help grow his brand and in London Sarah Curran's new addition reveals a plan to attractive new customers.

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July 29th, 2011
06:09 PM GMT
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There's an old saying: Enjoy your work, and you'll never work another day in your life.

World famous ballet dancer Carlos Acosta has certainly taken that to heart.
His passion for dancing is evident in his work with the National Ballet of Cuba,
the American Ballet Theatre and the Royal Ballet based in London.

That's where CNN caught up with him to get a glimpse into his world.

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July 29th, 2011
06:06 PM GMT
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CNN has spent the past eight months trekking continents searching for the secrets of successful CEOs.

In episode 32 of our series "The Boss", we ask what keeps a business leader awake at night?

For one – our first billionaire CEO, who's based in Macau, the devil is in the details. And for our UK chief executive it's all about growing the brand.

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July 29th, 2011
01:16 PM GMT
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Johannesburg, South Africa (CNN) When you see a yellow taxicab in the movies, you know you’re watching a film about New York. London is immediately identifiable by the city’s black cabs.

Here in Africa, it is the minibus taxi that defines transport on the continent. The 16-seaters are used by millions of people each day. Love ‘em or hate ‘em, the minibus taxis are a uniquely African experience.

From Lagos to Kampala to Johannesburg, Africa’s taxis are more often than not bulging with passengers as their drivers jostle through traffic.
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