Matt Johnston

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IBM Watson AI is taking over white-collar jobs in Japan

Artificial intelligence has some pretty clear use cases in the workforce. Thus far, it’s largely been used to automate factory and shipping work. It …

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The IT Archipelago: Fragmentation Stressing the Enterprise

In July and August of 2016, VMware sponsored a survey of 600 senior IT and business executives across a variety of industries and companies spanning …

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Wealth management | Charles Schwab

Wealth management: Are you asking the right questions?<p>Watch how our Financial Consultants answer important questions that every investor should ask about wealth management.<p>View transcript: "Broker payment"<p><b>Geoff Howard</b><p>At Charles Schwab we are passionate about transparency. We want to make sure you …

ITT Tech's business model was unseemly — but so was the government choking it to death without a trial

The abrupt shutdown of ITT Technical Institute's more than 130 campuses Tuesday prompted a flurry of sympathetic stories about students denied the chance to complete their degrees and teachers tossed onto the unemployment lines — along with fist-banging from conservatives about regulators executing …

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Quick & Easy Sumptuous Salmon

This week I decided to stop fighting my environment and cook with whatever ingredients I could find in my little neighborhood. Usually, I'll conjure …

As America's middle class collapses, no one is buying stuff anymore

From Walmart to Hershey to Campbell's Soup, America's biggest retailers and manufacturers are warning their shareholders that flat growth is a fact …

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R.I.P. Middle Class: Half Of American Workers Make Less Than $30,000

GOP lawmakers feel fine about asking citizens to fight and die for their country – but not about providing a proper education for those people's …

Wage Statistics for 2014

a Wages on which contributions were paid by 53,592,754 workers. <br>b Distributions, to the extent included in reported wages (see text above), paid to …

The gig economy is coming. Politics isn't ready

Uber, TaskRabbit and other "online talent platforms" can make us all richer, but the state should ensure those who get work using them are treated properly<p>The job is dead. Long live the gig. That’s the anthem of the companies that are shaking up our economies and will soon do the same to our …