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5 Remote Employee Engagement Secrets That Work

As technology changes the way the world works, remote workforce engagement is growing in importance. The world of traditional, 9-to-5 work is slipping away, according to Global Workplace Analytics and Gallup: Working at home, among the non-self-employed population, has grown by 103% since 2005. 3.7 million employees now work from home at least half of...

Elle Macpherson’s fave protein-packed chocolate torte is a dessert game-changer

2 hours agoHealth : Well Good NYC

Cacao: the secret anti-aging weapon beloved by supermodels the world over, according to our Wellness Council member.

Nostradamus’ 2017 Predictions Include Global War And Exclude Nibiru?

Nostradamus’ 2017 predictions include world war, economic upheaval possibly caused by China flexing its economic muscle, and other dire circumstances. According to The Express, financial upheaval, commercial space travel, and world war are alleged to be found in the predictions. Show More Summary

73-year-old rockstar Mick Jagger becomes a dad, again

He may be the world's biggest rockstar, but today, he's just a dad.  Seventy-three year old Mick Jagger and his girlfriend, ballerina Melanie Hamrick, welcomed a boy into the world on Thursday, according to a statement made to BBC UK.  SEE...Show More Summary

NY: CRRC Plans Fort Edward Project

A Chinese company that is the world's largest rail transportation equipment provider plans to set up operations at a 32-acre parcel within the Fort Edward Industrial Park, according to sources close to the discussions.

ThyssenKrupp Attackers Stole Trade Secrets In Massive Hack

15 hours agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

ThyssenKrupp AG, one of the world's largest steel producers, has published a report that reveals a nearly year-long cyberattack on its systems. According to the company, hackers were able to exfiltrate data that included trade secre...

Solar Panels Soon To Complete Repayment Of Energy Debt

The cumulative amount of clean electricity generated by solar panels over the past 40 years is soon to complete repaying the energy debt required to make the 230 GW worth of solar currently installed around the world, according to aShow More Summary

New Qorvo E-Book Series Explains the Internet of Things

by Angela Guess According to a recent press release, “Qorvo, a leading provider of innovative RF solutions that connect the world, today launched its latest e-book series, ‘Internet of Things For Dummies®.’ Written in conjunction with...Show More Summary

In-Article Video Ads are the Shiny New Thing... But Are They Worth the Investment?

Summary: The world of online advertising is a diverse one with countless mediums, publishers, formatting, and tracking options. Accordingly, it’s tough to discern which “latest and greatest” advertising methods are worth the investment and which ones are over-hyped.

Kylie Jenner: ‘The Whole World Agreed She Was Ugly,’ Keke Palmer Blames Societal Pressure For Jenner’s Physical Transformation

Keke Palmer claims Kylie Jenner’s major physical transformation is a result of societal pressure, according to the Daily Mail. Palmer said the public is being hypocritical in criticizing Kylie for creating a new image of herself — an image she created to be more appealing to the public. Show More Summary

Tech Today: Jack Dorsey Stays, SunPower Restructures, Micron Rising

Here are some things going on today in your world of tech: Jack Dorsey, co-founder and CEO of both Square (SQ) and Twitter (TWTR), has “no plans” to give up either post, according to a piece late yesterday by Recode’s Kurt Wagner, recounting...Show More Summary

Newswire: Homeland’s sixth season will have an “alt-right” storyline

Homeland will be dealing with the world of the racist movement known as the “alt-right” when it returns in January. According to Entertainment Weekly, the show has cast actor Jake Weber to play a Steve Bannon-type named Brett O’Keefe,...Show More Summary

Pokemon Sun and Moon continues its world sales domination in Australia

We knew Pokemon Sun and Moon was selling well in the US and Europe, but now Australia is joining in on the party. According to Press Start, the pair are the fastest selling Nintendo games in the AU, beating the previous record held by...Show More Summary

Ecologists publish research on soil's potential to increase the Earth's CO2

(Kansas State University) Soil, an important part of the carbon cycle, might compound the world's carbon dioxide problem, according to a global study in Nature involving Kansas State University researchers and Konza Prairie Biological Station.

Gianni Infantino Reportedly Backs 48-Team World Cup Featuring 16 Groups of 3

FIFA president Gianni Infantino is reportedly in favour of changing the format of the World Cup to include 48 teams at some point in the future. According to Agence France-Presse, the teams would be divided into 16 groups of three under...Show More Summary

iPhone is the camera used most in millions of photos on Flickr

Once again, the world’s most popular camera is a phone. Smartphones, led by Apple’s iPhone, was the type of camera used most by photographers in 2016 on the photo-sharing site Flickr, according its annual analysis of EXIF data on pictures uploaded to the site. The iPhone was in the hands of shooters for 47 percent […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Arming the young against fake news - and more

Journalists and educators around the world are working urgently to make news literacy, and media literacy in general a priority, according to a panel of experts at a meeting celebrating the WAN-IFRA 2016 World Young Readers Prizes. Read more...

INTERVIEW-Golf-Tiger must prove he is over chipping yips - Jacklin

2 days agoSports / Golf : Reuters: Golf

LONDON, Dec 7 (Reuters) - Former world number one Tiger Woods must prove he has overcome the "chipping yips" in order to fully challenge golf's elite again, according to double major champion Tony Jacklin.

Polar bear numbers to plunge a third as sea ice melts: study

Polar bear numbers could drop a third by mid-century, according to the first systematic assessment, released on Wednesday, of how dwindling Arctic sea ice affects the world's largest bear.

World of WarCraft's fan-run server, Nostalrius, returns this month

Nostalrius, the fan-run server for World of WarCraft that lets players return to the vanilla, pre-expansion version of the MMORPG, will go back online later this month. According to a new trailer published by Eurogamer, Nostalrius admins...Show More Summary

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