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To Grow Or Not To Grow, That Is The Question

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To Grow Or Not To Grow, That Is The Question
I’ve been thinking a lot recently about bubbles. And I’m not talking about the soapy variety, but rather the bubble that appears to be forming around the tech industry. Almost daily I read an industry expert that puts forth their best guess as to when the bubble will burst. This is a [...] Read More >
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5 Big Mistakes Poor Negotiators Make
Whether it's haggling over a new car or arguing for an annual raise, those who are ready to negotiate come out ahead...most of the time. Not all negotiators are created equal . Being willing to ask for what you want is the first step, but that alone doesn't guarantee a [...] Read More >
J. Maureen Henderson , Contributor

Can Algorithms And Big Data Appraise Character?
“Algorithms aren’t subjective,” said Jure Lescovic, a computer science profession from Stanford quoted by Quentin Hardy of the New York Times in “Using Algorithms to Determine Character”. “Bias comes from people.” Bias comes from people, yes. As for algorithms – mathematically-based rules used to make predictions and decisions in business applications [...] Read More >
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50% Of Your Emails Are Tracked And Trackbuster Want To Stop It
More than half of the 200 billion emails sent each day have trackers that expose information ranging from location and IP address to the device and software used to open the email. Sales teams, PR firms, recruiters, and governments are behind much of the tracking, but today pretty much anyone [...] Read More >
Kate Vinton , Forbes Staff

Vaccines That Alter Evolution
An evolutionary biologist has finally found experimental backing for a controversial idea that could change the course of vaccine development. In 2001, Penn State professor Andrew Read proposed that “leaky” vaccines - ones that allow transmission of disease organisms – might prompt the evolution of more dangerous strains. Many existing vaccines [...] Read More >
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#MyTopCollege Winners 2015: School Spirit Comes In All Sizes
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#MyTopCollege Winners 2015: School Spirit Comes In All Sizes
Sweet Briar College, Gettysburg College and California State University, Fullerton take home the crown in FORBES' second annual #MyTopCollege contest.
Jill Castellano , Forbes Staff

'Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation' Review: Better Than Bourne, Better Than Bond
Thumbnail: It's official: Tom Cruise's Mission: Impossible is now my favorite ongoing espionage action franchise.  The Box Office: Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation comes courtesy of Skydance Productions, Bad Robot, TC Productions, and Alibaba Pictures. As always, the distributor is Paramount/Viacom Inc. The Tom Cruise action thriller debuts Thursday night on around 3,800 locations, including around 400 IMAX screens. [...] Read More >
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