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Obama’s Health Plan

President Barack Obama’s health budget outlines eight principles of reform to expand coverage and bring down costs, and comes with a price ticket of 76.8 billion dollars for fiscal year 2010. The budget also proposes a reserve fund of more than 630 billion dollars over 10 years to finance the overhaul, half funded from new…

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    LogicHub CPO Monica Jain: Focus on Results

    Monica Jain is the chief product officer and cofounder of LogicHub. In this exclusive interview, Jain shares her insights on how women in the cybersecurity field can get results and command respect. LogicHub Chief Product Officer Monica Jain TechNewsWorld: Describe your career. How did you get interested in the field of cybersecurity? Monica Jain: When I left…

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    Google Pixel 2: 8/10ths of an Apple-Killer Strategy

    What would it take to cause Apple to fail? While Steve Jobs was alive, the prevalent belief was that it would take his removal from the company. That has happened, but Apple’s valuation and reserves are higher. Although the foundational element was removed, no one really went after Apple hard until last week, when Google…

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    Apple to Sate iPhone Curiosity Sept. 12

    Apple plans to refresh its iPhone, TV and watch lines at an event scheduled Sept. 12, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday. In addition to upgrading its iPhone 7 models, the company is expected to debut a new mobile phone to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the brand, which the press has dubbed “iPhone 8.” It reportedly…

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    Report: Russian Hackers Penetrated Elite NSA Hacking Division

    Russian hackers exploited a vulnerability in Kaspersky Lab’s software to steal sensitive cyberdefense data from a United States National Security Agency contractor, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. The incident, which occurred in 2015, involved a contractor who loaded classified information onto his personal computer in order to work at home. The information included hacking tools and…

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    Apple Releases Retro Version of iTunes

    Apple has made a retro version of iTunes available, 12.6.3, reviving features removed by the mammoth 12.7 overhaul it released last month. News of the release surfaced Monday in a post on Reddit by user vista980622. The company was low key about the release, saying in an online post dated Sept. 23 that the retro version was for business…

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    Gadget Ogling: Same Old Apple

    elcome to Gadget Dreams and Nightmares, the column that prods and probes at the latest gadget announcements just in case there’s literally anything worth writing home about. In this glorious fall breeze of an edition, we take a look at the latest product suite to drift our way from the Apple hivemind, and one especially…

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    4-day hiking in the Brandenberg Alps, Tyrol, Austria

    It’s only 45 minutes from the airport in Innsbruck to Kramsach, but the taxi driver is scaring me with a recent story about a hiker who’s been gored to death by a cow in this region. Now I’ve always believed, that despite their bulk, cows present no threat to the walker, but apparently this one…

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    Can Money Buy Happiness Or Not? In Our Opinion It Helps

    WORLD’S LONGEST INDOOR SKI SLOPE IN DUBAI Dubai is soon to witness the construction of the world’s longest indoor ski slope that will be situated inside a new complex. It will comprise the world’s tallest residential building, the largest dancing fountain and the aforementioned ski slope that will stretch for 1.2km. The first phase of…

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    The bears of Katmai National Park, Alaska

    I was just six feet away from a 800lb giant in brown fur with huge paws and a jaw that could cause serious damage. Yet I was able to photograph this huge bear and come away safely. It was exhilarating and it’s the type of incredible wildlife experience you can only have at the Katmai National…

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    Driving the Gibb River Road: an Australian Outback adventure

    Taking its complete circuit-of-the-country, Highway 1, in its Great Northern Highway guise, skirts along the southern boundary of the Kimberley region. Between Derby and Kununurra the road runs through Fitzroy Crossing and Halls Creek, but if you want to really get to grips with what is arguably the country’s most authentically ‘Australian’ region then you…

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    Is Your Sales Team Lying To You?

    During monthly forecasting meetings, CEOs often gather around the CRM dashboard and stare at the list of pending deals. They evaluate the likelihood of deals closing before the month’s end and listen to the sales leaders navigate through their rationale as to why they think the sales numbers will be met or missed. Attending monthly forecasting meetings…

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    Ten Things I Look For In A Job Candidate

    I’ve been an HR person since 1984, but I started hiring people way back in 1980. Since then I’ve hired thousands of people. Here’s what I look for in a job candidate. 1. I look for someone who is awake and aware of their surroundings. This sounds like a trivial item, but it is fundamental….

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    What It Takes For A Company To Be Above-Average For Working Moms

    There are lots of rankings out there of “best companies” and “best places to work,” but given the diversity of employees at most companies, what’s best for one person can be pretty different from what’s best for someone else. That’s why Fairygodboss publishes a list of best companies for womenthat’s based solely on the female employee experience, and…

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    The Top Ten Reasons Good Employees Quit

    Dear Liz, I’ve just made it through the roughest patch in my career so far. Reading your articles helped a lot. They reminded me that I’m not crazy, even though at times I started to wonder. I tried for two years to make things work at my last job but it wasn’t going to happen,…

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    How To Create A Culture Where The Best Ideas Win

    People are still arguing over who said  “culture eats strategy for lunch,” and as intelligent a comment as it is, I think we’ve reached a point in modern business development where we can take the statement further. If anything, great culture and strategy are natural byproducts of each other. Your culture fuels your strategy naturally, and the…

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    What You’re Losing If You Don’t Get Promoted This Year

    Getting promoted is one of the most powerful events in your career. It’s something that most ambitious professionals seek. That makes promotions hard to come by – with lots of professionals jockeying for a small number of roles. But getting that promotion is critical. Sure, you probably can’t get promoted every year, but delays or…

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