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Millennials don’t trust anyone. That’s a big deal.

By Chris Cillizza<p>Chris Cillizza<p>Bio<p>Millennials aren't, it seems, the trusting type.<p>Of 10 major societal institutions, just two — the military and scientists — garnered majority support from millennials on the question of whom they trust to do the right thing most of the time. That's according to new …

Wall Street

Here are the companies offering free or discounted calls to Nepal

Microsoft, Google, and others act fast to help customers reach loved ones<p>In the aftermath of Nepal's magnitude 7.8 earthquake, tech and telecom companies are offering free and discounted calling and messaging services to the country as their customers attempt to reach family and friends. Over 4,000 …

Viber, Google are helping people to call loved ones in Nepal

In the aftermath of the earthquake, getting calls and messages into or out of Nepal has been one of the greatest challenges facing those searching …

Viber

Finding financial advice in the age of Google - The Kernel

When I finished graduate school, I embarked on my first job as a newspaper reporter for the princely salary of $18,000.<p>Saddled with a large student …

Millennials Are Failing Because We Are Failing Them: The STEM Gap

Many of today’s Millennial students lack the skills necessary to fill the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) positions of tomorrow. Furthermore, a majority of U.S. students from low-income and minority households have an even greater gap when it comes to STEM knowledge. These …

GOLDMAN: Here's how millennials will completely change the economy

Because of factors such as lower unemployment rates and student loan debt, millennials have deferred major life events like getting married, having kids and buying a home, Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research found. However, millennials are getting increasingly ready for those milestones.<p>In …

Goldman Sachs

Millennials Want to Be Coached at Work

Imagine showing up to play an important college basketball game on a fabled rival’s home court, only to find you’ve forgotten your shoes. Now consider what to expect from your coach, after losing the game. A royal chewing out for not having your head in the game? The cold shoulder? Worse?<p>Neither, …