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LinkedIn's co-founder Reid Hoffman talks to The Wall Street Journal about the best way to run a meeting, his biggest business challenge, and which of the "PayPal Mafia" would win at Settlers of Catan. Photo: Chloe Aftel for The Wall Street Journal

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