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Nancy Pelosi to reveal ‘The Art of Power’ in memoir

Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has completed a book about her years in public life, from legislation she helped enact to such traumatizing moments as the Jan. 6 siege of the U.S. Capitol and the assault at her San Francisco home that left her husband with a fractured skull. Simon & Schuster announced Thursday that Pelosi’s “The Art of Power” will […]

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Personnel Roundup: Cox Automotive, Guidepoint Systems, IntelliShift, & Merchants Fleet

The latest personnel moves in the commercial fleet space include (from top left) Alan Lang at Cox Automotive, Jimmy Thompson and Guidepoint Systems, Kerynn Holtzman at IntelliShift, and Adam Rowell at Merchants Fleet. Photo: Cox Automotive/Guidepoint Systems/Intellishift/Merchants Fleet Various companies in the commercial fleet space are making personnel moves. Automotive Fleet has a

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Is a high-yield savings account from Customers Bank right for you?

Customers Bank holds about $21 billion in assets. Although headquartered in Pennsylvania, Customers Bank has provided banking products and financial services to individuals and businesses across Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Texas since 2009. With this bank, you can open various accounts, including checking, savings,

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Immigration, productivity, inflation: Why finding the pandemic’s ‘missing women’ could be the solution to almost every challenge facing the U.S. economy today

In the face of sticky inflation and a persistently tight labor market, policymakers and economists have proposed various solutions, from adjusting interest rates to encouraging immigration. However, one often overlooked strategy could significantly mitigate these economic challenges: increasing women’s participation in the labor force. The potential for women to invigorate the economy and alleviate labor

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Some interns at Big Tech and consulting giants are already earning six-figure salaries

New data from employer review site Glassdoor has shattered the notion that lucrative careers require years of toil. Instead, a select group of fortunate graduates are securing the equivalent of six-figure salaries straight out of college. Gone are the days of unpaid internships spent fetching coffee for executives. According to Glassdoor, top companies like Bain

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Biden administration agrees to provide $6.1bn for Micron Technology to produce advanced memory chips in New York and Idaho

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., personally courted Micron to build what would ultimately be a set of four chip factories near Syracuse in the town of Clay. He noted in a Wednesday interview that the announcement was a sign to voters about how Democrats were reviving the manufacturing sector. ”It will be the biggest memory

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Microsoft's $13 billion deal with OpenAI falls short of a takeover, EU competition regulator finds

Microsoft Corp.’s $13 billion investment into OpenAI Inc. is set to avoid a formal investigation by European Union merger watchdogs, calming fears that the relationship could be forced apart. The European Commission has decided that the tie-up doesn’t merit a formal probe because it falls short of a takeover and that Microsoft doesn’t control the direction of OpenAI, according

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At Heated Congressional Hearing, Lawmakers Scrutinize Columbia U.’s Response to Campus Antisemitism

By Maggie Hicks Ken Cedeno, ReutersNemat (Minouche) Shafik (left), president of Columbia U., testifies on Wednesday before the House Committee on Education and the Workforce. President Nemat (Minouche) Shafik said the university has cracked down on both students and faculty. Politicians argued there was still “a significant amount of work to be done.” Source link

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