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5 Things to Consider Before Introducing Ongoing Learning Resources and Programs to Employees

For years, ongoing education was deemed a luxury, not a necessity; continued learning was something professionals could partake in outside of their day-to-day responsibilities when they had the time, unless obligated to do so by a professional association.  Although professionals and their employers want to prioritize developing new skills, most don’t have the time to set aside […]

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Twitter Bans Ads from Russian Computer Security Company Kaspersky Lab

Twitter has banned ads on its service from Russian security software maker Kaspersky Lab, after the U.S. government prohibited agencies from using its products because of alleged ties to the Russian government. The ban, confirmed by Twitter to Reuters, marks an escalation of the backlash against Kaspersky Lab, which has come under intense scrutiny over […]

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AT&T economist argues Time Warner merger is good for consumers

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – AT&T’s (T.N) proposed merger with Time Warner Inc (TWX.N) would save consumers money because the marriage of a pay-TV provider with a movie and TV giant would create a more efficient company, an economist testifying for AT&T said in court on Thursday FILE PHOTO – An AT&T logo is seen at a […]

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Southwest's Apology to Passengers on Flight 1380 Is Brilliant, and It's Not Just the Cash. Here's Why

For the passengers who survived the emergency landing on Southwest Flight 1380 this week, on which Jennifer Riordan died, the flight must have been a horrifying experience.  The pilot and copilot have had been hailed as heroes, and Southwest CEO Gary Kelly was praise for the fast apology and condolence statement he offered via video. […]

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The Ridiculously Revealing, Toxic Phrases That Facebook and Other Tech Companies Use to Entice Recruits

Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek.  Tech companies are no longer the next big thing. They’re now focused on being the only big thing. Which means they need more bodies to augment their bigness. So they turn to enticing job candidates with mellifluous […]

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Xbox Hacking, LinkedIn Bugs, and More Security News This Week

If you haven’t read this month’s WIRED cover story about teen hackers who went too deep into Microsoft Xbox’s systems, make that your first stop. In more current news, the White House sent mixed messages on cybersecurity policy this week, calling out Russian hackers for compromising popular routers and firewalls—a problematic, but unsurprising and even […]

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What Hearings? Advertisers Still Love Facebook

After 10 hours of verbal flogging by an incensed Congress, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg seemed like a leader whose pedestal had cracked. Over and over during his testimony this week, he apologized for lapses in his company’s handling of user data. He emerged from the hearings with months’ worth of homework for him and his […]

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Is Apple’s iPhone X a Disappointment or Not?

This is Fortune’s latest weekly roundup of the biggest Apple news. Here’s last week’s roundup. Apple has a bit of a problem with its iPhone. And its silence on the topic is making matters worse. Over the last several days, analysts have said that Apple’s iPhone X, as well as its broader iPhone division, are […]

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Puch Na Song – Gurjazz

Puch Na by Gurjazz is Punjabi song sung composed by Preet Hundal, written by Jass Gill and video is directed by Teji Sandhu

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China's ZTE slams U.S. ban on sales, says company's survival at risk

HONG KONG (Reuters) – China’s ZTE Corp (0763.HK) (000063.SZ) said on Friday that a U.S. ban on the sale of parts and software to the company was unfair and threatens its survival, and vowed to safeguard its interests through all legal means. The inside of a ZTE smart phone is pictured in this illustration taken […]

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How Some New College Graduates Are Pulling Over $1 Million a Year (Courtesy of Elon Musk)

Artificial intelligence experts can command huge salaries and bonuses–even at a nonprofit. OpenAI, a nonprofit research lab started by Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk released the salary details of it’s employees–and they are striking. The organization’s top researcher was paid more than $1.9 million in 2016, and another leading researcher who was only recruited in March […]

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