The Talent Docket: August 29, 2016

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Today’s top talent-related stories from around the web.


There’s good news for foreigners hoping to start companies in the U.S.: they can be here for five years to start their business. Quartz reports on this and other requirements for the new rule.


An Inc. podcast discusses if small businesses should receive subsidies from the government.


HP Inc. is now under a microscope after allegations of age discrimination, Fortune reports.


Bloomberg says that Friday’s jobs report could persuade the Fed to change its interest rates.


Lastly, Business Insider writes that the vast majority of people will work harder if their boss is grateful.