Ryan Osegueda

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5 Of The Most–Um, Uh–Common Speaking Mistakes

Sounds like: errors you didn’t know you were making.<p>Public speaking quickly can turn into a disaster, like the wreck that <i>Transformers</i> director Michael Bay got into at the Consumer Electronics Show.<p>But from what <i>Business Insider</i> reports, the most common problems we face with speaking are more of the …

01-14-14 Morning Report - The story of one of the 1.3 million people who lost unemployment benefits | Marketplace.org

Recap: J.P. Morgan Q4 earnings call: \’We probably were more disciplined about the things we don’t need\’

Your 'High-Earning Years': Salary Secrets For Your 20s, 30s And 40s

When we’re younger, we probably think that we’ll make more money when we’re older. Job seniority comes with promotions—and raises—right?<p>As it turns out, your money arc is shorter than you think. According to an analysis from PayScale.com, women’s pay peaks at age 39, and, according to their median …

More on what you should know about Google acquiring Nest: http://f-st.co/VqRYBxE The connected home has long been the white whale of every tech giant. Nearly every Silicon Valley player--from HP to Dell to Intel--has detailed its vision for the future of the connected home. Yet all the fantastical future vision videos created over the years have amounted to nothing more than impressive displays of CGI. Nest has actually started to execute on the promise of the connected home by creating a standard protocol for the house. So while Apple, Google, and Microsoft dominate PCs and mobile devices and car consoles, no company has taken control of the home yet. If Nest is able to get there first, it'll force other future players to build on its platform--so if anyone wants to make some connected smart refrigerator or TV or toilet, the devices will have to speak Nest's language--leverage that could make Nest and now Google a major player in the industry.

DNA Discovery Reveals Surprising Dolphin Origins

Mating between two distinct dolphin species created the clymene dolphin, a genetics study shows.<p>A well-known dolphin species, the clymene dolphin, arose from mating between two separate and distinct dolphin species, report genetics researchers.<p>Also known as the "short-snouted spinner dolphin," the …