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The State of the World: 2062

The race to attract young immigrant workers ... has been phased out in favor of a Western-style meritocracy where jobs, promotions, and wages are linked to performance. High-paid senior executives hav... read more

Shoestring Living: Be grateful every day

Love what you’ve got Make it your job to love and be grateful for every blessing that comes into your life during this new year. Focusing on what you already have, meaningful connections with others a... read more

Who’s Hiring In The Bay Area?

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) – Hundreds of high-paying jobs with excellent benefits are up ... Genentech expects to fill nearly 600 new positions this year, many at their South San Francisco headquarters. T... read more

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The PTAB Roadblock to Patent Monetization

The growing popularity of the PTAB is grounded in the practical benefits offered to patent challengers. That is, not only is the PTAB faster and more cost effective than pursuing the same challenge in ... read more

Startups Experience Their Own Version of the Wealth Gap

Further evidence of this entrepreneurship decline is found in Where the Jobs Are: Entrepreneurship and the Soul of ... losing investments… Losers get scraps. Tech is definitely red-hot, if you look on... read more

The TPP has the potential for real harm

Most free trade agreements deliver little in the way of benefits ... jobs evaporate in the wake of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Now the Democrats have split with Senator Elizabeth Warren h... read more

Two Plead Guilty in Money-Laundering Scandal; Blue Chips Suffer Setback; Applied Materials Drives Higher; Waiting for Greenspan

A dramatic eight percent surge by biotech stocks ... would depress the red-hot housing market. Economists say consumers are still pounding the pavement in search of bigger and better homes, thanks to ... read more

Making Russia ‘The Enemy’

They always assume that everything is going to work out fine and some well-dressed “opposition leader” who has been to their think-tank conferences will simply ascend to the top job. Remember, in Iraq ... read more

Music Scene: Actor Ronny Cox is a musician first

Ronny Cox has his acting career right where he wants it: He’ll listen to any offer, provided the film or TV shoot doesn’t interfere with his first love: playing music. Cox, who vaulted to fame as the ... read more

Godless bloggers vs. Pensacola Christian College: who is more powerful?

Jebus. The poor guy has had four years of expert training in delusional thinking. What kind of job is that going to get him? About all he is qualified for is President of the US. It’s nice to know tha... read more

5 Times Scientists Tackled Conspiracy Theories, and Won

In 2015, the Cochrane Collaboration reviewed every study it could find on the benefits of fluoridated water, and concluded it may not offer its touted preventative benefits. However, the debate about ... read more

This is the calm before the political storm

Those among us with a morbid desire to witness political train wrecks will have been disappointed by this disciplined election campaign, but it won't be long before the lid blows, writes Barrie Cassid... read more

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