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BBC – Capital – Humanics: A way to 'robot-proof' your career?

As artificial intelligence becomes both more useful and more widespread, workers everywhere are becoming anxious about how a new age of automation might affect their career prospects. A recent study by Pew Research 10 advanced and emerging economies, most workers expect much more from the work currently done by humans within 50 years. Workers are obviously about the effects on …

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U.S. Pension Insurer Slams Lampert Bid for Sears

The planned sale of             Sears Holdings              Corp.       to its chairman, Edward Lampert, is under fire from the U.S. Government's pension insurances over the $ 1.7 trillion funding gap that the agency has had to buy out the chain. The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. filed papers Saturday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in White Plains, N.Y., in opposition to Mr. Lampert's …

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Missouri lawmakers renew effort to allow concealed carry on MetroLink, buses | Along for the Ride

Amid ongoing efforts by local officials to improve MetroLink policing, three Missouri state legislators are trying to attack crime on light rail from a different angle. weapons to protect themselves. The move is strongly opposed by Metro Transit officials, who would actually increase the risk to riders and police. The law would apply to buses and other public transportation across …

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Apple's Still Executing Well – The Motley Fool

On Jan. 2, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) admitted that it was not able to hit its previously stated revenue guidance for the first quarter of its fiscal 2019, revising its revenue outlook down to $ 84 billion from a prior range of $ 89 billion to $ 93 billion. The shortfall, the company claims, is due to than-expected iPhone shipments, primarily …

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Stocks rise after U.S. government reopens for now

By Shinichi Saoshiro TOKYO (Reuters) – Asian stocks advanced on Monday as Wall Street rallied after a deal was announced to reopen the U.S. climbed 0.2 percent. South Korea's KOSPI (.KS11) edged up 0.2 percent, New Zealand stocks while Japan's Nikkei (.N225) bucked the trends and eased 0.2 percent. Australian financial markets were closed for their 'Australia Day' holiday. President …

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Family kicked off American Airlines flight after several passengers complain about body odor

MIAMI – A family wants answers after they were kicked off when passengers complained about their body odor. WPLG reported that Yossi Adler, his wife and their 19-month-old daughter were asked to leave shortly after boarding . It happened Wednesday night on an International Airlines flight to Detroit at Miami International Airport. "We stopped several people in the airport and …

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Future of digital journalism in question as BuzzFeed and HuffPost lay off 1,000 Media

Revenue-per-click, the business strategy that has informed digital publishers for years, was effectively pronounced DOA this week as leading players in a sector once viewed as the future of journalism-announced deep cuts. employees headlined "Difficult Changes", the BuzzFeed founder and chief executive, Jonah Peretti, said the company would reduce headcount by 15%, or about 250 jobs, to around 1,100 employees …

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National Grid begins to restore homes affected by gas disturbances

Hundreds of National Grid crews died in Newport, which restored natural gas and closures. (WJAR) NEWPORT, RI – National Grid advances in Newport and Middletown. From Saturday afternoon, some National Grid natural gas customers have hot and hot water for the first time in almost six days. "I'm extremely happy, everything is normal for me," Timothy said. "It is great …

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