Introduction Data is the foundation of artificial intelligence-driven automation. Our data is becoming a valuable commodity to automation initiatives across nations: its governments, industries, organizations,
The Park Bel Air is rarified air. Listed at $150 million, it better be. Perched high upon 10.6 contiguous acres, the cliffside property offers exceptional city, canyon and ocean vistas as well as separate
One of the UK’s most impressive country hotel’s, Lucknam Park sits amidst 500-acres of verdant countryside. Soak in the wistful drive down the mile-long avenue of lime and beech trees, before arriving
Today, Kamala Harris dropped the details of her plan to give US teachers a raise. First, the proposal does represent one of the few times that Presidential candidate has brought up education issues in
There is a lot of discussion about the sad state of the healthcare system if you are trying to get help for a mental health issue. But this isn’t a post about systems, it’s about a divide between people.
Are you great at spotting the flaw in the plan? Do you default to criticism rather than appreciation? If so, you could be bringing down the motivation on your team or getting a reputation as a complainer,
Earlier today, the European Parliament passed Copyright in the Digital Single Market Directive by a vote of 348 to 274. The directive, initiated by the Commission of the European Union in an attempt to
I used to hate giving feedback. I hated that uncomfortable feeling of delivering bad news or confronting employees who screwed up or came up short. I didn’t know anyone who felt differently. I still don’t.
Since 2015, I’ve been predicting that each year will be the year of the first big public cloud provider breach. I’m less confident in that now, largely because the cloud providers are orders of magnitude
Spring is in the air, which means the 2019 conference season is fully upon us. While thousands of marketers — including me! — spent last week in San Diego for Social Media Marketing World 2019, the nonprofit
Washington Wizards forward Trevor Ariza (1) passes the ball around Utah Jazz forward Joe Ingles (2), from Australia, during the first half of an NBA basketball game Monday, March 18, 2019, in Washington.
When it comes to customer expectations, it is no surprise that with all the latest tech-leaning us towards instant gratification that millennials have higher expectations for customer experience. This
The American Institute of Architects just released its latest Home Design Trends Survey, reaching back to the fourth quarter of 2018 to focus on kitchens and baths, but its top finding couldn’t be more
Dick Wolf is concerned about real estate. Not the physical kind, but a type that’s much more precious to him, and every other television creator in the market. Wolf could be considered the King of Content.
We hear a lot these days about how the modern leader needs to be a skilled communicator, a visionary able to chart a path through increasingly choppy waters and an authentic champion of the organizational
Whatever one’s opinion about quantitative easing as a government policy, there’s no doubt that it served to raise asset prices across the board, particularly of companies in the tech sector. Apple (ticker:
POST WRITTEN BY Robert W. Eisfelder I specialize in family law cases involving divorce, support and custody disputes, and domestic partnerships, among other matters. When parents become embroiled in custody
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With these Bose SoundSport Wireless Headphones, you won’t have to sacrifice quality while still enjoying maximum mobility. You also won’t have to worry about losing an earbud, even if you’re going hard
Because several racetracks have contracts that don’t run out until the end of next season, NASCAR could only do so much body work to its 2020 Cup schedule, which was released Tuesday and appears below.
In oral arguments today, the Supreme Court returned to a thorny problem that has long bedeviled the judicial body—partisan gerrymandering. Little in today’s proceedings revealed that the justices will
A challenge that many leaders encounter as their businesses grow is finding the management style that works for them and their company. There have been countless articles preaching the superiority of an
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Fast-growing health insurer Centene is considering a purchase of rival WellCare Health Plans, according to media reports. The stock of WellCare jumped in after-hours trading on a report from CNBC. Shares
After almost nine months of a contentious carriage dispute, Univision and DISH have reached a long-term agreement that restores almost all of the Spanish-language media company’s networks and local channels
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People who are alarmed by Trump’s presidency are reeling in a state of shock and anger after the release of Robert Mueller’s report and Attorney General William Barr’s decision not to pursue obstruction
News of Conor McGregor’s alleged retirement from the UFC took a back seat to his legal issues on Tuesday afternoon. The New York Times reported on Tuesday that the former two-division UFC champion is investigation
After about a month of scrutiny, nobody quite understands why the U.S. Navy, in the FY 2020 budget, proposed the early retirement of a relatively youthful Nimitz class supercarrier, the USS Harry S. Truman
Pabst Blue Ribbon is slated to launch a whiskey this summer. With cocktail consumption cannibalizing beer and wine sales left and right, it is no surprise that smart brewers are entering new categories.