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The Office of Economic Development’s Daily Digest is a daily resource for business people. Here are three of our most clicked through stories for the week of April 21.

THINK YOU’RE TOO OLD TO BE AN ENTREPRENEUR? THINK AGAIN.

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USING SOCIAL NETWORKING FOR YOUR NEXT HIRE

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FIFTEEN OF SEATTLE’S MOST ANTICIPATED SPRING RESTAURANT OPENINGS

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Over the next couple of months, Seattle will welcome a large number of new restaurants and bars from seasoned chefs and newcomers launching their first buzzy projects. Eater Seattle has compiled a list of fifteen of the city’s most awaited openings set to launch between now and summer. Among the list are: Babirusa; owners of former Blind Pig Bistro are transforming the Eastlake Teriyaki space next door into an unfussy restaurant and cocktail spot. The Canterbury; after shuttering more than a year ago, James Snyder (Sam’s Tavern) and Neumos partner Mike Meckling swooped in and are revamping the venerable space.

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