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Inc.com: A 5-Year-Old Boy With Autism Practiced Boarding Planes. On the Big Day, His Parents Say American Airlines Wouldn't Let Him Fly

Inc.com: A 5-Year-Old Boy With Autism Practiced Boarding Planes. On the Big Day, His Parents Say American Airlines Wouldn't Let Him Fly

Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. 

The disappointment was crushing. Especially after the preparation. 

Adam and Heather Halkuff have five children, two of whom have autism. 

They wanted to take the whole family on a trip to Kansas City. So

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Inc.com: A Growing Number of Companies Are Hiring Workers With Autism (And Business Is Booming)

Inc.com: A Growing Number of Companies Are Hiring Workers With Autism (And Business Is Booming)

Anthony Pease has always had a penchant for puzzles. Brain teasers, Rubik’s cube, Sudoku–You name it, he can solve it.

“I like the complicated stuff, the eureka moments,” says Pease, 20, whose eureka moments now come from solving clients’ complex software problems. He’s a quality assurance analyst for Aspiritech, a

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Inc.com: Why More Tech Companies Should Hire People With Disabilities

Inc.com: Why More Tech Companies Should Hire People With Disabilities

In recent months, Uber has shone a spotlight on the importance of cultivating diversity in tech, but there’s one aspect of diversity that remains largely untouched: Ability.

People with disabilities–such as deafness, blindness, or conditions including autism and Asperger’s syndrome–comprise roughly 6 percent of the U.S. labor force, according to

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