Facebook 'Turning Up the Heat' to Get Rid of Employees Who 'Shouldn't be Here'

Facebook ‘Turning Up the Heat’ to Get Rid of Employees Who ‘Shouldn’t be Here’

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told staff in a recent Q&A session that he plans on “turning up the heat” on performance goals to get rid of employees who “shouldn’t be there.” Zuckerberg has a gloomy outlook on the economy and Facebook’s performance, stating, “If I had to bet, I’d say that this might be one …

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China takes fresh steps to open bond market to foreigners

China takes fresh steps to open bond market to foreigners

A China yuan note is seen in this illustration photo May 31, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas White Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register SHANGHAI, July 1 (Reuters) – China took fresh steps on Friday to facilitate foreign investment in its $20 trillion bond market, saying it would cut service fees, improve overseas access to …

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Emerging Financially Healthy After a Gray Divorce

Emerging Financially Healthy After a Gray Divorce

Laura and Caroline are in their late 50s. Friends since meeting at a playgroup for their toddlers, both were in long-term, seemingly happy marriages. Laura married her high school sweetheart right after they graduated from college and worked as an RN while her husband attended medical school. When their first child was born, Laura decided …

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Unilever investor: Ben & Jerry's boycott fallout will be 'lesson' to multinationals

Unilever investor: Ben & Jerry’s boycott fallout will be ‘lesson’ to multinationals

The fallout from an attempt by ice cream maker Ben & Jerry’s to boycott the West Bank will have a chilling effect on other corporations that may consider supporting efforts to economically isolate Israel, an activist investor predicted this week. Michael Ashner, a longtime corporate activist who bought a stake in parent company Unilever after …

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Brody King earns an interim AEW world title match against Jon Moxley

Brody King earns an interim AEW world title match against Jon Moxley

Tonight’s (July 1) episode of AEW Rampage featured a 20 man Battle Royal across two different rings. The winner of the match gets a title shot against Interim AEW World Champion Jon Moxley next week (July 6) on Dynamite. Each ring started with two men, and new wrestlers joined the match after a brief amount …

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Researchers use AI to detect new family of genes in gut bacteria

Researchers use AI to detect new family of genes in gut bacteria

Membrane signaling system from gut-infecting bacteria. Credit: UT Southwestern Medical Center Using artificial intelligence, UT Southwestern researchers have discovered a new family of sensing genes in enteric bacteria that are linked by structure and probably function, but not a genetic sequence. The findings, published in PNASoffer a new way of identifying the role of genes …

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“Draw the Line” book tour makes a stop at the Tomato Bowl in Jacksonville |  KETK.com

“Draw the Line” book tour makes a stop at the Tomato Bowl in Jacksonville | KETK.com

JACKSONVILLE, Texas (KETK) — When telling the story of East Texas high school football, it’s hard to find a better centerpiece, than coach Jeff Traylor and his Gilmer Buckeyes. That is the focus of a new book called Draw the Lineand Friday in Jacksonville, they held an event to celebrate its release. Coach Traylor was …

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