After just four years in the business, the team of 12 full-time staff has expanded to six cities and assembled a crew of roughly 400 people that has cleaned more than 13,000 homes.
China's ambassador to Canada has defended the proposed deal, saying there was no reason for concern because the Chinese side was strictly focused on business and market interests.
Move means that two of the world's most well-known exchanges will be led by women.
Inaugural gathering features talks from female CEOs of The Urban Element, ONFE
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When Karin Hinzer first began research into renewable energy more than 10 years ago, she was convinced the technology wasn’t going to be that useful.
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