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5 Principles To Make Sure Businesses Design Responsible AI

As everyone starts automating their businesses, we must be sure they’re doing it in a way that helps everyone. A report from PwC predicts that 38% of American jobs will be automated by 2030. Analysis from The Washington Post puts the number of millennials who will be competing with robots for jobs in their lifetime at 50%. Show More Summary

Be a Better Leader, Have a Richer Life

You can achieve wins in four domains of life at once–work, family, community, and self—following Friedman’s Total Leadership process. Learn how in this video slide deck. Download a customizable version here.

What to know About the latest cyberattack

Fortune breaks down the latest massive cyberattack that spread internationally.        

Banks, Other Lenders See Small Business Approval Rates Drop in May

Small business loan applications are being denied slightly more across all institutions. What's behind the dip?

Self-driving cars may need rental car companies to go mainstream

Waymo’s partnership with Avis is about way more than just renting cars The news that Waymo is partnering with rental car behemoth Avis to manage its autonomous fleet might be surprising. Why would a tech company that’s rewriting ourShow More Summary

How Lean Six Sigma Can Solve Sticky Business Problems

If you’re looking for a business process used to troubleshoot a problem you’re having with your business, you’re in luck. There is a remarkably accurate process for solving business problems. This process combines Lean methodology and...Show More Summary

Financing a “multi-generational” home

It’s becoming more common for families to have multiple generations living under the same roof. Some families opt to commit to buying a “multi-generational” home together designed to accommodate their lifestyle, whether it’s a home with an attached or detached dwelling unit (aka mother-in-law apartment) or even a home built specifically for generations to live […]

1 in 3 homebuyers making offers sight-unseen: Takeaways for real estate agents

With properties selling like hotcakes, one out of three recent homebuyers made an offer on a home without seeing it in person, according to a new survey from high-tech brokerage Redfin. The finding underscores how leveraging new marketing...Show More Summary

Video: How will trade of Chris Paul affect Clippers franchise?

The Clippers traded Chris Paul to the Houston Rockets Wednesday, so what’s next for the them as they head into free agency? Bill Oram, NBA writer for the Southern California News Group, previews the Clippers’ options. (Video by Jonathan Khamis, for SCNG.)  

Here's a way Facebook is actually fighting fake news

Facebook is cutting down on misinformation— AKA fake news—shared on the world's largest social network. SEE ALSO: In search of Facebook’s conscience A new tweak to its API (a fancy acronym for shared code) will prevent Facebook users...Show More Summary

History's Biggest "Butterfly Effect" Occurred On This Day

Via Global Macro Monitor, The butterfly effect is the concept that small causes can have large effects. Initially, it was used with weather prediction but later the term became a metaphor used in and out of science. In chaos theory,Show More Summary

Shrinkflation – Real Inflation Much Higher Than Reported

Shrinkflation - Real inflation much higher than reported and realised Shrinkflation is taking hold in consumer sector Important consumer, financial, monetary and economic issue being largely ignored by financial analysts, financial advisers,...Show More Summary

Spanish-Med gem is Berkeley’s second most expensive home

It even comes with—gasp!—a ballroom Designed by John Hudson Thomas, there’s much to fawn over at this sprawling circa 1913 home tucked in the Berkley Hills’ Thousand Hills community. Featuring four beds, four baths, and 5,696 square feet, 1936 Thousand Oaks Boulevard covers roughly one half acre of space. Show More Summary

Episode 286: Libertarian Summer Camp

We visited a libertarian summer paradise. What we found: People paying in gold. Exotic bacon dishes. A nine-year-old selling alcohol.

Fed approves all 34 biggest banks' dividend and buyback plans. That's a first.

The Federal Reserve has given the green light to all 34 of the biggest banks in the U.S. to raise their dividends and buy back shares, judging their financial foundations sturdy enough to withstand a major economic downturn. It was the first time in seven years of annual “stress tests” that every...

UPS will freeze pensions of thousands of nonunion employees

United Parcel Service Inc. told some workers Wednesday that the company plans to freeze their pensions, joining the ranks of other large employers that are moving away from the defined benefit plans. UPS is notifying more than 70,000 nonunion workers this week that the change will take place in...

The Best of Durable Goods

The status of durable goods in May 2017 appears to be up for debate. Once more there is major disagreement between the seasonally-adjusted figures and those unadjusted. In the estimation of the latter, May was a relatively good month for US manufacturing. Show More Summary

New Data on Wealth Mobility and Their Impact on Models of Inequality

Daniel Carroll and Nick Hoffman of the Cleveland Fed: New Data on Wealth Mobility and Their Impact on Models of Inequality: Wealth inequality, the unequal distribution of assets across households, has been rising for decades. However, this statistic alone gives...

In McConnell's Own State, Fear and Confusion Over Health Care Bill

``Several clear themes emerged [from interviewing Kentuckians]. Most people said they want everyone covered, and were appalled, as was Mr. Gorman, when they learned the Congressional Budget Office had estimated the Republican plan would leave 22 million more people uninsured over a 10-year period. Show More Summary

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