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2017-12-13 00:00:04| Fast Company

Moore may have lost the votes of Alabamians who agreed with his moralist agenda but balked at his own morally questionable actions. The Democrat Doug Jones has defeated Republican Roy Moore for the open Alabama Senate seat. Jones’s victory brings the GOP advantage in the Senate down to 51-49, which could have huge ramifications for Republicans trying to advance policy initiatives in the near future.Read Full Story

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2017-12-12 19:15:30| E-Commerce Times

Nanopay has unveiled a new platform that will let companies process business-to-business payments between bank accounts across borders. The platform is currently in private beta. It will become generally available in February, initially enabling cross-border payments between Canada and the United States. Cross-border payments with India and China will be added in Q2.

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2017-12-12 18:52:27| Knowledge@Wharton

In this opinion piece, Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett writes about critical advice he has received from other leaders lessons that have had a massive impact on how I try to lead every day.

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2017-12-12 18:51:04| Knowledge@Wharton

The truth about trickle-down economics is that its a shallow way of trying to get at a very complicated question: How do tax cuts really play out in the economy?

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2017-12-12 18:33:06| Fast Company

Whether it should be or not, net neutrality regulation is a nearly lock-step partisan issue in Washington, D.C. Democratic minorities both on the commission and in Congress oppose the rollback of the rules enacted in 2015 during President Obama’s term. But now one Republican has joined the critics. Today, Colorado Rep. Mike Coffman, from the … Continue reading “Do any Republicans oppose the FCC’s net neutrality vote? This one does” Whether it should be or not, net neutrality regulation is a nearly lock-step partisan issue in Washington, D.C. Democratic minorities both on the commission and in Congress oppose the rollback of the rules enacted in 2015 during President Obama’s term. But now one Republican has joined the critics. Today, Colorado Rep. Mike Coffman, from the 6th Congressional District, east of Denver, sent a letter to Republican FCC chairman Ajit Pai asking him to delay the FCC vote to abolish net neutrality rules, scheduled for Thursday morning.Read Full Story

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2017-12-12 18:25:11| Fast Company

Ever since revelations about Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual misconduct were first published in early October, the growing list of harassment scandals has dominated social media, including on Twitter accounts linked to Russian propagandists. From Kevin Spacey and Matt Lauer to Al Franken and Charlie Rose, these accused harassers have all been mocked and attacked on … Continue reading “#VoteForRoyMoore was a favorite hashtag today for Russian-linked Twitter accounts” Ever since revelations about Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual misconduct were first published in early October, the growing list of harassment scandals has dominated social media, including on Twitter accounts linked to Russian propagandists. From Kevin Spacey and Matt Lauer to Al Franken and Charlie Rose, these accused harassers have all been mocked and attacked on the approximately 600 Twitter accounts linked to Russian influence operations tracked by the nonpartisan Alliance for Securing Democracy.Read Full Story

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2017-12-12 18:03:26| Fast Company

Storify, the beloved digital publishing tool that allowed writers to chronologically arrange social media posts, will soon be no more. The curation service will go offline May 16, 2018, the company announced today. For those who have used the service and want to preserve that content, they’ll have to take steps over the next few months … Continue reading “Why the once darling social media service Storify is coming to an end” Storify, the beloved digital publishing tool that allowed writers to chronologically arrange social media posts, will soon be no more. The curation service will go offline May 16, 2018, the company announced today. For those who have used the service and want to preserve that content, they’ll have to take steps over the next few months to archive it elsewhere. (See instructions here.) Otherwise, they will have to purchase a Livefyre license in order to use its newest product, Storify 2.Read Full Story

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2017-12-12 17:56:12| Fast Company

The machines, meant for Pro users, are super powerful but can’t be upgraded. After much anticipation, Apple has finally said when the new iMac Pro will be available for sale–this Thursday, December 14. The new machines, which design-wise look just like current iMacs, are meant for Pro users, such as video editors, architects running CAD software, and the like.Read Full Story

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2017-12-12 16:30:26| Fast Company

The first step is proving to young girls that they can make a difference in typically male-dominated fields. What’s next, and more complicated: Keeping their interest and confidence up as they learn. The gender gap in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields is a known and stubborn quandary: While women make up roughly half of the college-educated U.S. workforce, they account for less than 30% of STEM jobs.Read Full Story

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2017-12-12 14:44:36| Fast Company

Sampha has worked with Kanye West, Beyoncé, Solange, Frank Ocean and more–now he’s trying to find his own sound. Sampha has had a busy year. Then again, to hear the English singer talk about it, he’s been busy for a long while. He’s spent close to the last decade as the music industry’s collaborator go-to, working with the likes of SBTKRT and Jessie Ware in 2010, before lending his vocals to modern pop’s heavyweights, including everyone from Frank Ocean to Kanye West to both Beyoncé and Solange. Before all that, he started writing his own music in his early teens–a self-described exercise in procrastination that eventually got him discovered on MySpace and working alongside Drake.Read Full Story

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