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Fortune
Shareholder Sues Google Board Over Android Messto comment on the case. The complaint also names board members, including reno
Shareholder Sues Google Board Over Android Mess
Fortune / Posted 18 hours ago
to comment on the case. The complaint also names board members, including renowned venture capitalist John Doerr and Stanford University President John Hennessy, as well as members of the firm’s audit committee. The lawsuit asks the... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Barry Dolowich, Tax Tips: Claiming grad student as a dependentQ My son turned 24 during 2016 and is a graduate student at Stanford. He is als
Barry Dolowich, Tax Tips: Claiming grad student as a dependent
The Monterey County Herald / Posted yesterday
Q My son turned 24 during 2016 and is a graduate student at Stanford. He is also financially dependent on me. I pay all his tuition and most of his living expenses. He works part time and will earn about $12,000 as a waiter. Will I be able to claim... Read more
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Business Wire
One-Third of Americans Regret Major Life Choices, But Many Embrace Newfound Opportunity to “Rechart” Course(Allianz Life®), more than nine in 10 Americans (93%) expressed having a favora
One-Third of Americans Regret Major Life Choices, But Many Embrace Newfound Opportunity to “Rechart” Course
Business Wire / Posted 3 days ago
(Allianz Life®), more than nine in 10 Americans (93%) expressed having a favorable view of living 30 extra years, which the Stanford Center on Longevity reports is the average increase in life expectancy in the United States compared with 100 years... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
One more shot for Amaya Ellisyour early years and your family…where you were born, where you grew up, school
One more shot for Amaya Ellis
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
your early years and your family…where you were born, where you grew up, schools attended/attending including primary, etc? A: I was born in the United States to parents Angela and Mark Ellis. My father, born and raised in Trinidad, came to... Read more
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LLRX.com
New Economy Resources 2016intuitive platform empowering residents to identify civic issues (public safety
New Economy Resources 2016
LLRX.com / Posted 4 days ago
intuitive platform empowering residents to identify civic issues (public safety, quality of life, & environmental issues, etc.) and report them to city hall for quick resolution; an opportunity for government to use technology to save time and... Read more
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The Mercury News
Rare earth metals: A political dilemma?a man with wide Silicon Valley contacts. The book is well-plotted. Bridges --
Rare earth metals: A political dilemma?
The Mercury News / Posted 7 days ago
a man with wide Silicon Valley contacts. The book is well-plotted. Bridges -- her pen name -- is a Chicago native and Stanford graduate who has worked for many years in Silicon Valley. She makes you care about the fate of the chief characters,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
You Can't Impose Sanctions On the Mindand to try to match what was happening at those institutions. These were the u
You Can't Impose Sanctions On the Mind
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 days ago
and to try to match what was happening at those institutions. These were the universities I had visited like Michigan, Stanford, California etc. The idea was that we could no longer rely on the traditional historical connections with the... Read more
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Al.com
Governor Condi Rice? Hey, we can dreamto former SEC commissioner Mike Slive, who retired in 2015.) I've known Condi
Governor Condi Rice? Hey, we can dream
Al.com / Posted 9 days ago
to former SEC commissioner Mike Slive, who retired in 2015.) I've known Condi for a couple of decades through our shared Stanford thread. A former provost at the university, she's currently a Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institute and a political... Read more
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ExtremeTech
New medical tech coming to the rescue for the vision-impaireda pair of displays in front of the eyes. Deciding on the best way to enhance th
New medical tech coming to the rescue for the vision-impaired
ExtremeTech / Posted 9 days ago
a pair of displays in front of the eyes. Deciding on the best way to enhance the image — autofocus, zoom, object outlining, etc. — is an active area of research, as the best way for the wearer to control them. Right now they tend to require an... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Why This Tech Recruiting Platform Doesn't Accept Resumesthem made it through to the next phase—a technical interview where candidates w
Why This Tech Recruiting Platform Doesn't Accept Resumes
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 10 days ago
them made it through to the next phase—a technical interview where candidates were asked about data structures, algorithms, etc. and how they would use those tools to solve problems. From those interviews, Taggar says they were able to identify... Read more
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Business Insider
There's a 'very dangerous situation' taking place in the Comex's gold vaultas well! By comparison, your child has about 30 times better odds of applying
There's a 'very dangerous situation' taking place in the Comex's gold vault
Business Insider / Posted 13 days ago
as well! By comparison, your child has about 30 times better odds of applying and getting admitted to Harvard, Yale AND Stanford than does a Comex contract holder have of walking away with one ounce of gold. Good luck with that! “Uncovered”... Read more
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Business Wire
City of Los Angeles to Tap into CENIC’s CalREN, California's High-Speed Research Internet Backbonein urban living that have not been possible before,” emphasized William Clebsch
City of Los Angeles to Tap into CENIC’s CalREN, California's High-Speed Research Internet Backbone
Business Wire / Posted 13 days ago
in urban living that have not been possible before,” emphasized William Clebsch, Associate Vice President for IT Services, Stanford University, and Chair of the CENIC Board of Directors. CENIC’s Charter Associates are part of the world’s largest... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
This App Is The Antidote To This Insane Presidential Campaigndeep on the exit polling, noting that "Trump wins with evangelicals, those worr
This App Is The Antidote To This Insane Presidential Campaign
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 21 days ago
deep on the exit polling, noting that "Trump wins with evangelicals, those worried about the economy, college educated, etc. Cruz's message just isn't resonating with Republican voters." As the conversation veers into exploring a third-party... Read more
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Beverly Hills Courier
Letters To The Editor –anti-Semitic slurs already occurred last summer, and each year it will increase
Letters To The Editor –
Beverly Hills Courier / Posted 21 days ago
anti-Semitic slurs already occurred last summer, and each year it will increase as well as car racing in our streets, etc. I also just found out that, in fact, the council of 2014 approved Bijan to have logos, parking meters painted and a... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
New website highlights the many 'paths from Palo Alto'universities, obtained high-level degrees and found traditional success in thei
New website highlights the many 'paths from Palo Alto'
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 21 days ago
universities, obtained high-level degrees and found traditional success in their respective industries. Pasternak, a Stanford University-trained mechanical engineer, worked her way up at an East Coast digital agency and was named to magazine... Read more
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SB Nation
Ranking the candidates by their sports panderingit, Jeb. That's not it either, Jeb. Jeb also appears to be an actual college
Ranking the candidates by their sports pandering
SB Nation / Posted 21 days ago
it, Jeb. That's not it either, Jeb. Jeb also appears to be an actual college football fan. But good job, good effort, etc. on this one: The SEC put the kibosh on this marketing effort, and Bush dropped out before the majority of so-named SEC... Read more
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The Age
Can you pass the intelligence test solved by millions on Facebook?you've seen a few of these you immediately start to look for the same patterns.
Can you pass the intelligence test solved by millions on Facebook?
The Age / Posted 22 days ago
you've seen a few of these you immediately start to look for the same patterns. As an educator who has seen many WISC and Stanford-Binet reports and results, this type of question is similar to one small component of these tests, but that's all.... Read more
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The Irish Times
Exploring the auction scene in Dublin 100 years agoin the paper that day was headlined: "Compare Our Prices With Auctions Or Sales
Exploring the auction scene in Dublin 100 years ago
The Irish Times / Posted 26 days ago
in the paper that day was headlined: "Compare Our Prices With Auctions Or Sales'" This was for house furnishers Anderson, Stanford & Ridgeway, of 28 and 29 Grafton Street which had no fewer than three telephone numbers: Dublin 934, 935 or... Read more
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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 27 days 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 28 days ago
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 28 days ago
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 28 days ago
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 28 days ago
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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28d
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 28 days ago
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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28d
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 28 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 29 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 1 months 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 1 months 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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