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What happens when Nazis hijack your brand

16/11/2017 14:11:00

By Tracy Jan, The neo-Nazis were hungry. They’d spent the day in a Charlottesville courthouse testifying at the preliminary hearing of a white nationalist

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Sen. Johnson is a ‘no’ on the tax bill. He says it hurts businesses (like his own).

16/11/2017 14:12:00

By Steven Mufson, Here’s what Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.), the first Republican to oppose the Senate tax bill, doesn’t like about the measure: It

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Venezuela's economy is on the brink of default. Here's what that actually means.

16/11/2017 12:31:00

Workers remove black wooden crosses, placed on a flag to remember the victims of violence, after a protest against the government of Venezuela's President Nicolás

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A surprisingly simple technology is helping these blind Eagle Scouts — and hundreds like them — 'see' through other people's eyes

16/11/2017 12:31:00

Steven, left, and Nick Cantos, two of three 18-year-old blind triplets, wait to have their camera-equipped smart glasses connected to their communications devices by Suman

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About those UCLA athletes caught shoplifting and the U.S. culture of entitlement

16/11/2017 12:31:00

From left: Cody Riley and LiAngelo Ball of the UCLA men’s basketball team speak to the media. Ball, Riley and Jalen Hill were suspended from

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Gifts for the workaholic in your life

16/11/2017 12:31:00

Technology has let us all put in longer hours and work harder. But even among the tech-enabled workers of the world, there's another class of

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Subcontracting: Silicon Valley's riskiest work

16/11/2017 12:31:00

Subcontracted employee Juli Briskman got fired for flipping the bird to the presidential motorcade. (AFP/Getty Images) Last week, federal contractor Akima fired employee Juli Briskman

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House GOP poised to pass its tax bill as Senate plan suffers setbacks

16/11/2017 11:27:00

By Mike DeBonis and Damian Paletta, House Republicans on Thursday are poised to advance a far-reaching bill that would remake the federal tax code,

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Those bans on asking about salary history? Most employers don’t think they’ll work.

16/11/2017 12:31:00

(iStock) Eight states, cities or localities have recently passed legislation banning all employers from asking one particularly awkward question of prospective workers: How much did you make in

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Richard Cordray is stepping down as head of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

15/11/2017 15:21:00

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray speaks during the 2017 Cincinnati AFL-CIO Labor Day Picnic on Sept. 4 at Coney Island in Cincinnati. (Kareem

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