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Fred BassStrand Book Store in New York City was founded by Fred’s father Benjamin in 1927. Fred was born in 1928 and has been working in the family business since he was thirteen years old. The Strand has roughly 2.5 million used, rare, and new books—the equivalent of roughly 18 miles of books.

Fred speaks to Jessica about how he and his father turned the Strand into one of New York’s literary landmarks, from scratch.

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Mario SchlosserOscar Health is focused on keeping health insurance simple. The company helps users connect directly to doctors, get prescriptions, and find insurance plans that are easier to navigate.

Mario speaks with Jessica about how he is bringing innovation to health insurance, from scratch.

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