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  2. Open API - Wikipedia

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    Open APIs can significantly increase revenue without the business having to invest in hiring new developers making them a very profitable software application. However, it is important to remember that opening back end information to the public can create a range of security and management challenges. [8]

  3. Open House (Breaking Bad) - Wikipedia

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    "Open House" was written by Sam Catlin and directed by David Slade, marking his first time directing for television. Slade was a fan of Breaking Bad and sought to direct an episode of the show. [2] Filmed in February 2011, [3] the episode was edited by Skip Macdonald , one of a handful of editors who have regularly worked on the series. [4]

  4. Business architecture - Wikipedia

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    In the business sector, business architecture is a discipline [citation needed] that "represents holistic, multidimensional business views of: capabilities, end‐to‐end value delivery, information, and organizational structure; and the relationships among these business views and strategies, products, policies, initiatives, and stakeholders."

  5. Microsoft and open source - Wikipedia

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    Microsoft, a technology company historically known for its opposition to the open source software paradigm, turned to embrace the approach in the 2010s. From the 1970s through 2000s under CEOs Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer, Microsoft viewed the community creation and sharing of communal code, later to be known as free and open source software, as a threat to its business, and both executives ...

  6. Open - Wikipedia

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    Open (Indian magazine), an Indian weekly English language magazine featuring current affairs Open Magazine (Hong Kong) , focuses on Chinese politics OPEN (North Dakota magazine) , an out-of-print magazine that was printed in the Fargo, North Dakota area of the U.S.

  7. My Bare Lady - Wikipedia

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    The women of the new season and Coach Mike Mataraza are introduced. 2 Wax On Wax Off The women are split into teams to compete at a car wash. 3 Makeover Time The women pitch a product in a boardroom after a business makeover. 4 48 Hours to Save a Baby A charity event is held to raise funds for abandoned babies. 5 Shirts off Their Backs

  8. Open Source Initiative - Wikipedia

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    The Open Source Initiative (OSI) is the steward of the Open Source Definition, the set of rules that define open source software. It is a California public-benefit nonprofit corporation , with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status .

  9. Hindawi (publisher) - Wikipedia

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    Business model. Hindawi charges authors an article processing charge. The charges vary by journal and are lower on average than other large open-access publishers. By 2012, the company had a profit margin of around 50%, higher than the 2008 average of 35% for commercial publishers.