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More multilingual workers needed

PHILADELPHIA - When Dawn Taylor, 37, a doctoral candidate at Pennsylvania State University, started her part-time translation business in February 2013, she earned $15,000 that year.


Lesson one for rehabilitation facility CEO: A month in rehab

PHILADELPHIA - True confessions: When Richard Pine, 64, first entered the field of drug and alcohol rehabilitation 36 years ago, he still was experimenting with both drugs and alcohol - and doing so was practically a job qualification. "Back in 1979 it was pretty unusual for a non-addict to work, particularly in an upper level job, in the treatment field," said Pine, executive director of the Livengrin Foundation. Livengrin is an inpatient and outpatient alcohol and drug rehabilitation facility in suburban Philadelphia.


SoulCycle founders are peddling fun in the gym

The gig: Julie Rice, 45, and Elizabeth Cutler, 48, are co-founders of SoulCycle, a chain of indoor cycling gyms that has pioneered a new generation of pay-per-class luxury studios where the exercise is only part of an experience (think candles and stylish gym wear). The company has 46 locations and employs 1,500 people. SoulCycle's combination of fitness and fun - crammed into 45-minute classes - has gained a devoted following around the country. SoulCycle filed to go public in July. In securities filings, the company reported net income of $26.5 million last year, up 42 percent from $18.6 million in 2013. Revenue shot up nearly 50 percent to $112 million in 2014.

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