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DEEP ELLUM -- Like most technology companies, Ariesnet Inc. can't find enough talented people.
But instead of only going the usual routes to get them -- like stealing them from competitors or hiring recruiters -- the Dallas Web-development firm headed to India.
"The great thing about India is they've got a highly technologically inclined population with access to many training institutes," says Ariesnet president Cruce Saunders. Many Indians are fluent in English, and there's a plethora of organizations available to export their talents to the United States.
He's not the only …