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Silicon Valley Stumbles in World Beyond Software - Wall Street Journal


Wall Street Journal

Silicon Valley Stumbles in World Beyond Software
Wall Street Journal
Google parent Alphabet Inc. and others in Silicon Valley are broadening their sights from the digital to the physical world in a bid to expand their influence, and their bottom lines. They promise to reinvent everything from cars to thermostats to ...

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Supreme Court Case Has Bankruptcy World on Edge - New York Times


New York Times

Supreme Court Case Has Bankruptcy World on Edge
New York Times
Jevic Transportation trucks at the company's Delanco, N.J., headquarters in 2008. The company filed for bankruptcy two years after a leveraged buyout by Sun Capital Partners, which former employees say heaped too much debt on its books. Credit Mel ...

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Paul Bloom on why VR empathy projects won't save the world - The Verge


The Verge

Paul Bloom on why VR empathy projects won't save the world
The Verge
Can we save the world through empathy? For the past year, that idea has been a source of public debate as people try to figure out who deserves empathy, who doesn't, and how to cultivate more of it to solve our problems. Technology has been a key part ...



Generous Cubs award 66 full World Series shares worth $368872 - Chicago Sun-Times


Chicago Sun-Times

Generous Cubs award 66 full World Series shares worth $368872
Chicago Sun-Times
As much as the World Series meant to long-suffering Cubs fans, it was particularly lucrative to the players who won the franchise's first championship in 108 years. Sixty-six Cubs players and other team personnel received full World Series shares ...
Cubs' World Series film, narrated by Vince Vaughn, goes on sale TuesdayChicago Tribune
Cubs raising ticket prices nearly 20 percent after World Series winYahoo Sports

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IBM's Watson Now Fights Cybercrime in the Real World - WIRED


WIRED

IBM's Watson Now Fights Cybercrime in the Real World
WIRED
The Watson for Cybersecurity beta program helps IBM too, because Watson's real-world experience will help it hone its skills and work within specific industries. After all, the threats that keep security experts at Sun Life Financial up at night differ ...

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First look: Google jumps into crowded wireless mesh market - Network World


Network World

First look: Google jumps into crowded wireless mesh market
Network World
Other devices can still connect to the Wi-Fi network, but your prioritized device gets to enjoy better performance – like the FastPass at Disney World. It's an interesting way to provide QoS capabilities – via a time limit – other systems I've seen let ...

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The Hero World Challenge TV ratings prove Tiger Woods is still golf's biggest draw (And it's not even close) - GolfDigest.com


GolfDigest.com

The Hero World Challenge TV ratings prove Tiger Woods is still golf's biggest draw (And it's not even close)
GolfDigest.com
Getty Images NASSAU, BAHAMAS - DECEMBER 04: Tiger Woods of the United States chips on to the 11th green during the final round of the Hero World Challenge at Albany, The Bahamas on December 4, 2016 in Nassau, Bahamas. (Photo by Christian ...
2017 Masters odds: Tiger Woods drops to 20-1 after Hero World ChallengeCBSSports.com

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What the world can learn from the latest PISA test results - The Economist


The Economist

What the world can learn from the latest PISA test results
The Economist
Football fans must wait for four years between World Cups. Education nerds get their fill of global competition every three. The sixth Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), a test of the science, maths and reading skills of 15-year ...
On the world stage, US students fall behindWashington Post
In the world's biggest education test, one small country has raced past all the othersQuartz
Scottish schools drop in world rankingsBBC News
Globalnews.ca -CTV News
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Home field in the World Series does matter, just not when you think - ESPN


ESPN

Home field in the World Series does matter, just not when you think
ESPN
The strangest thing about Bud Selig's decision to determine home-field advantage in the World Series on the outcome of the All-Star Game was how backward the connection was. The World Series comprises the seven most important games of the baseball ...

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18 Diseases The World Has Turned Its Back On - Huffington Post


Huffington Post

18 Diseases The World Has Turned Its Back On
Huffington Post
Neglected tropical diseases are a group of at least 18 diseases that primarily affect people living in poverty in tropical regions of the world and are virtually unknown elsewhere, according to the World Health Organization. These are diseases like ...



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