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heraldscotland
Poker face at the ready as cards are dealt for indyref2in early with its election front page, picturing Nicola Sturgeon as the leader
Poker face at the ready as cards are dealt for indyref2
heraldscotland / Posted 16 hours ago
in early with its election front page, picturing Nicola Sturgeon as the leader of the Starship Enterprise, boldly going, etc. Need to know: indyref poker As every Scottish voter knows, the game of indyref poker has been going on since the last... Read more
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WA Today
17 counterintuitive pay negotiation tricks that actually workwant.1. Open with something personal, and your negotiating partner will respond
17 counterintuitive pay negotiation tricks that actually work
WA Today / Posted yesterday
want.1. Open with something personal, and your negotiating partner will respond in kind In an experiment where Kellogg and Stanford students negotiated by email, those who shared unrelated personal details over the course of the negotiation —... Read more
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The Age
17 counterintuitive pay negotiation tricks that actually workOpen with something personal, and your negotiating partner will respond in kind
17 counterintuitive pay negotiation tricks that actually work
The Age / Posted yesterday
Open with something personal, and your negotiating partner will respond in kind In an experiment where Kellogg and Stanford students negotiated by email, those who shared unrelated personal details over the course of the negotiation —... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
17 counterintuitive pay negotiation tricks that actually workOpen with something personal, and your negotiating partner will respond in kind
17 counterintuitive pay negotiation tricks that actually work
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Open with something personal, and your negotiating partner will respond in kind In an experiment where Kellogg and Stanford students negotiated by email, those who shared unrelated personal details over the course of the negotiation —... Read more
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Canberra Times
17 counterintuitive pay negotiation tricks that actually workwant.1. Open with something personal, and your negotiating partner will respond
17 counterintuitive pay negotiation tricks that actually work
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
want.1. Open with something personal, and your negotiating partner will respond in kind In an experiment where Kellogg and Stanford students negotiated by email, those who shared unrelated personal details over the course of the negotiation —... Read more
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Brisbane Times
17 counterintuitive pay negotiation tricks that actually workwant.1. Open with something personal, and your negotiating partner will respond
17 counterintuitive pay negotiation tricks that actually work
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
want.1. Open with something personal, and your negotiating partner will respond in kind In an experiment where Kellogg and Stanford students negotiated by email, those who shared unrelated personal details over the course of the negotiation —... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Bills Mock Draft 7.0dice on a talented player in spite of off-field concerns (Richie Incognito, Ron
Bills Mock Draft 7.0
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 2 days ago
dice on a talented player in spite of off-field concerns (Richie Incognito, Ronald Darby, Karlos Williams, Percy Harvin, etc). If the Bills roll the dice on Nkemdiche, they could win big. With the 49th Pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, the Buffalo... Read more
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Doctors Health Press
Cancer Causing Foods? Not So Fasteffects. The salt and trans fat content has the same caveats as sugar—the chai
Cancer Causing Foods? Not So Fast
Doctors Health Press / Posted 2 days ago
effects. The salt and trans fat content has the same caveats as sugar—the chain of events (food to obesity/diabetes/plaque/etc. to cancer risk) is technically true but overly simplified and ignores other factors. Lastly, preservatives and... Read more
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Acton Commentary
Distributism Is the Future (That Few People Want)jobs are being moved to independent contractor status,” says Jeffrey Pfeffer, a
Distributism Is the Future (That Few People Want)
Acton Commentary / Posted 7 days ago
jobs are being moved to independent contractor status,” says Jeffrey Pfeffer, a professor of organizational behavior at Stanford University. Pfeffer cites a recent paper that found that “the percentage of workers engaged in alternative work... Read more
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Wired News
I Am Alex St. John’s Daughter, and He Is Wrong About Women in Techto solve the problem shown by the statistics (although promising developments,
I Am Alex St. John’s Daughter, and He Is Wrong About Women in Tech
Wired News / Posted 8 days ago
to solve the problem shown by the statistics (although promising developments, are bubbling as the number of CS students at Stanford increases). So let’s say a woman does successfully complete a CS degree and enter the career pipeline in the first... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Against the Mythical Lie: Rene Girard, Refugees and the Islamic State – Opinion – ABC Religion & Ethicsat the University of California, Irvine. Rene Girard, the world's preeminent p
Against the Mythical Lie: Rene Girard, Refugees and the Islamic State – Opinion – ABC Religion & Ethics
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
at the University of California, Irvine. Rene Girard, the world's preeminent philosophical anthropologist, died in his Stanford home on 4 November 2015, after a long illness. He was 91. He died nine days before the Islamic State (ISIS)... Read more
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TechCrunch
Betaout raises $1.5M to help e-commerce companies manage marketing campaignsthis brings Betaout’s total raised so far to about $2 million. The list of inve
Betaout raises $1.5M to help e-commerce companies manage marketing campaigns
TechCrunch / Posted 10 days ago
this brings Betaout’s total raised so far to about $2 million. The list of investors in its new round include Beenext, Stanford Angels, Letsventure, Chennai Angels, Hyderabad Angels, and Mumbai Angels. Previous backer Sam Yagan, former CEO of... Read more
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tribalfootball.com
The Week In Women’s Football: US Women escalate contract dispute with US Soccernational team has been profitable and essentially been funding their other prog
The Week In Women’s Football: US Women escalate contract dispute with US Soccer
tribalfootball.com / Posted 11 days ago
national team has been profitable and essentially been funding their other programs (women, youth, futsal, beach soccer, etc.). The women's program has for decades been operating at a loss. This has changed of late, particularly with the strong... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Why African Universities Must Be Entrepreneurialpartner? And while it's not impossible for universities over time to generate
Why African Universities Must Be Entrepreneurial
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 days ago
partner? And while it's not impossible for universities over time to generate (through partnerships, licensing, spin-offs, etc) their own set of economic partners with whom to collaborate - in North America, San Diego, Stanford, Waterloo and the... Read more
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TechCrunch
The new-world insurance agentPeter G. Colis is an MBA candidate at Stanford and the CEO of life insurance ex
The new-world insurance agent
TechCrunch / Posted 13 days ago
Peter G. Colis is an MBA candidate at Stanford and the CEO of life insurance exchange Ovid. Silicon Valley is building the new-world insurance agent. My grandfather started selling insurance in the 1950s and insurance eventually granted him the... Read more
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NBC Sports: Inside the Irish
Blue-Gold weekend kicks off with Isaiah Robertson commitmentIsn’t that two cupcakes? NC State and Syracuse are two weak ACC programs most y
Blue-Gold weekend kicks off with Isaiah Robertson commitment
NBC Sports: Inside the Irish / Posted 13 days ago
Isn’t that two cupcakes? NC State and Syracuse are two weak ACC programs most years. VA Tech has been struggling of late, etc. Your thoughts at this early date would be appreciated, but it looks like any loss could be fatal. I think Notre Dame’s... Read more
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NBC Sports: Inside the Irish
Green Irish roster prepares for BlueIsn’t that two cupcakes? NC State and Syracuse are two weak ACC programs most y
Green Irish roster prepares for Blue
NBC Sports: Inside the Irish / Posted 14 days ago
Isn’t that two cupcakes? NC State and Syracuse are two weak ACC programs most years. VA Tech has been struggling of late, etc. Your thoughts at this early date would be appreciated, but it looks like any loss could be fatal. I think Notre Dame’s... Read more
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NBC Sports: Inside the Irish
Shelved until fall, Martini a key piece of linebacking puzzleIsn’t that two cupcakes? NC State and Syracuse are two weak ACC programs most y
Shelved until fall, Martini a key piece of linebacking puzzle
NBC Sports: Inside the Irish / Posted 15 days ago
Isn’t that two cupcakes? NC State and Syracuse are two weak ACC programs most years. VA Tech has been struggling of late, etc. Your thoughts at this early date would be appreciated, but it looks like any loss could be fatal. I think Notre Dame’s... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Silicon Valley venture capitalists pitch agri tech opportunities to Australian investorsthat one of these groups may have, many do have some level of real and operatin
Silicon Valley venture capitalists pitch agri tech opportunities to Australian investors
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 15 days ago
that one of these groups may have, many do have some level of real and operating assets in agriculture, land, water etc. "But many group also have an allocation for investment in private equity [of which venture capital is a sub set], which... Read more
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Business Standard India
There is no justification for keeping gold out of the tax net: Naushad Forbesrecently took over as Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) president. A forme
There is no justification for keeping gold out of the tax net: Naushad Forbes
Business Standard India / Posted 19 days ago
recently took over as Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) president. A former lecturer and consulting professor at Stanford University, he tells Indivjal Dhasmana that incidents like Vijay Mallya's fleeing the country and the Panama Papers... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Does lavender cause boys’ breasts to grow? Jury’s still outQ: You wrote some time ago that male breasts grew after contact with lavender (
Does lavender cause boys’ breasts to grow? Jury’s still out
The Seattle Times / Posted 19 days ago
Q: You wrote some time ago that male breasts grew after contact with lavender (shampoo, soap, etc.) and urged caution. I have just read in Time magazine (April 4, 2016) that “in Germany, lavender tea has been approved as a treatment for insomnia.”... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Crowded, 'tough' race to replace Nick Mosby in West Baltimore's 7th Council Districthe said, because "all other challenges including crime and grime, poor schools,
Crowded, 'tough' race to replace Nick Mosby in West Baltimore's 7th Council District
Baltimore Sun / Posted 20 days ago
he said, because "all other challenges including crime and grime, poor schools, dilapidated housing, substance abuse, etc., can't be fixed until we give folks decent, living-wage jobs." Bell said he's lived in West Baltimore longer than his... Read more
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Independent Publisher
2016 Independent Publisher Book Awards Results(John F. Blair, Publisher)18. Multicultural Fiction – Juv-Young Adult GOLD: La
2016 Independent Publisher Book Awards Results
Independent Publisher / Posted 21 days ago
(John F. Blair, Publisher)18. Multicultural Fiction – Juv-Young Adult GOLD: Last Scene Underground, by Roxanne Varzi (Stanford University Press) SILVER: Between the Lines, by Claudia Whitsitt (Twisted Vines Press) BRONZE: Flexible Wings, by... Read more
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Business Wire
Bure Equity: Notice of Annual General Meetinghas declined re-election. Sarah McPhee, born in 1954, MBA from the Stockholm S
Bure Equity: Notice of Annual General Meeting
Business Wire / Posted 21 days ago
has declined re-election. Sarah McPhee, born in 1954, MBA from the Stockholm School of Economics and has an M. A. from Stanford University. Sarah has a long and extensive experience in the financial sector where she up to 2015 was President of... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Success doesn’t depend on going to a prestigious collegechecking their email. The nation’s colleges and universities are announcing th
Success doesn’t depend on going to a prestigious college
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 22 days ago
checking their email. The nation’s colleges and universities are announcing their decisions. At prestigious schools like Stanford, Yale and Princeton, 1 out of every 20 applicants is admitted. As Bruni writes: “Where we go to college will have... Read more
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The Economic Times
Google India now adds its voice to slow net searchespoint where they can be done on the device. Once that happens, we will start se
Google India now adds its voice to slow net searches
The Economic Times / Posted 22 days ago
point where they can be done on the device. Once that happens, we will start seeing huge progress," said the IIT Kanpur and Stanford University alumni. India is soon expected to have over 350 million Internet users most of which will be online... Read more
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Ballard News-Tribune
The Dreisbach Whiplashfirst glance it might seem like just one of many interesting pairings on the da
The Dreisbach Whiplash
Ballard News-Tribune / Posted 23 days ago
first glance it might seem like just one of many interesting pairings on the dance floor for the Monday night Waltz, Etc. at Lake City Way Community Center. A woman about whom absolutely nothing is ordinary, widely known for her real-time... Read more
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The Wesleyan Argus
Investigating the Term “POC”States, the term “People of Color” encapsulates all non-white people to undersc
Investigating the Term “POC”
The Wesleyan Argus / Posted 24 days ago
States, the term “People of Color” encapsulates all non-white people to underscore their common experience of racism. The Stanford Graduate School originally proposed the term as an alternative to “non-white” and “minority” because the former... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Reading is a habit of the world’s richest & most successful peopleprofessionals to also read literature such as novels, books of short stories an
Reading is a habit of the world’s richest & most successful people
Pilipino Star / Posted 26 days ago
professionals to also read literature such as novels, books of short stories and poetry to enrich our minds and spirits. Stanford Graduate School of Business political economy lecturer Scotty McLennan suggests that novels can strengthen... Read more
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The Hindu
A new pattern in primesinteresting pattern has emerged among prime numbers thanks to the work of Kanna
A new pattern in primes
The Hindu / Posted 26 days ago
interesting pattern has emerged among prime numbers thanks to the work of Kannan Soundararajan and Robert Lemke Oliver of Stanford University. They have found a pattern in the last digits of successive prime numbers, by analysing numerically the... Read more
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IGN
Midseason 2016 TV Preview - Page 6David Marciano, and The Dark Knight's David Dastmalchian as our heroes leap thr
Midseason 2016 TV Preview - Page 6
IGN / Posted 28 days ago
David Marciano, and The Dark Knight's David Dastmalchian as our heroes leap through more decades than ever (40s, 70s, etc) in an attempt to thwart the impending apocalypse. Here's what the cast told us about what's to come: 12 Monkeys Season... Read more
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TheStreet.com
After the Supreme Court decision, what's next for public unions?act. As would using the creamer in the teacher's lounge, buying subsidized tate
After the Supreme Court decision, what's next for public unions?
TheStreet.com / Posted 28 days ago
act. As would using the creamer in the teacher's lounge, buying subsidized tater tots in the cafeteria, taking a sick day, etc.) Friedrichs was what lawyers call a lampshade argument, politics draped in just enough legalese to give judges license... Read more
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examiner.com
Apple Siri 'rape' response: Siri will now be more responsive to reports of abusebeaten up by my husband;” “I am having a heart attack;” and various statement a
Apple Siri 'rape' response: Siri will now be more responsive to reports of abuse
examiner.com / Posted 28 days ago
beaten up by my husband;” “I am having a heart attack;” and various statement advising the assistant that “my (head, feet, etc.) hurts.” The study showed that while some of the protocols “recognized the concern(s) and responded with respectful... Read more
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Bay Area Reporter
Art comes to Minnesota St.– Rena Bransten Gallery, Themes + Projects (formerly Modernbook), Nancy Toomey
Art comes to Minnesota St.
Bay Area Reporter / Posted 29 days ago
– Rena Bransten Gallery, Themes + Projects (formerly Modernbook), Nancy Toomey Fine Art, Jack Fischer Gallery, Et al. etc., Eleanor Harwood Gallery, Bass & Reiner, Casemore Kirkeby, Anglim Gilbert Gallery, Ever Gold Projects – and the... Read more
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Raw Story
Here’s how Big Tobacco targets mentally ill peoplemany more than their share—and there’s no simple reason why. “The effects [of
Here’s how Big Tobacco targets mentally ill people
Raw Story / Posted a month ago
many more than their share—and there’s no simple reason why. “The effects [of the targeting] are longstanding,” says Stanford psychologist Judith Prochaska, the researcher who dug up the offending industry documents in 2007, unveiling... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Palo Alto Adult School refocuses its missionoffers classes four mornings a week at Greendell, four nights a week at Palo Al
Palo Alto Adult School refocuses its mission
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 1 months ago
offers classes four mornings a week at Greendell, four nights a week at Palo Alto High School and three days a week at Stanford University's Escondido Village, as well as a host of special programs. According to the school's enrollment data,... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Cruz-ing for endorsementsher pivot to the general election. Our Tribune Publishing colleagues at the Los
Cruz-ing for endorsements
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
her pivot to the general election. Our Tribune Publishing colleagues at the Los Angeles Times caught up with Clinton at Stanford University, where she gave a speech that all but ignored her Democratic opponent, Bernie Sanders, and argued instead... Read more

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