There has been one nut Starbucks couldn’t crack: how to get its employees to work when they didn’t have access to good public transportation.
The previous week in space found Earth’s twin, a hole-punching Pulsar, a galactic nursery and more.
What insight do C-level leaders have on the challenges of being a contemporary CMO? And what advice can they provide to aspiring CMOs? As part of my “CMO Insight Series,” I posed these questions to Jim Melvin, CMO at SevOne, an infrastructure performance monitoring company. As the former CEO of AppNeta and Mazu Networks, he has unique perspective from both the CMO and CEO vantage points.
Some debt is corrosive and should be paid off quickly. For other debt, it can actually be a winning proposition to pay it off slowly and invest the rest of your money. With student loans, it can sometimes feel daunting to determine with which liability you are dealing. There are a […]
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Submitted by Mac Slavo via SHTFPlan.com,
Minority Report, eat your heart out. The real system is worse than anyone could have imagined.
By now, everybody knows that the NSA and a host of other alphabet agencies are spying on Americans, collecting virtually every piece of communications data they exchange, regardless of whether or not they are “doing anything wrong.”
But what are they doing with it?
Apart from its value in consumer and marketing fields, the data is used to create “threat assessments” and put a black mark on the record of anyone who the authorities deem troublesome that will follow them throughout their career, and make it harder for individuals to get a job, qualify for a loan, travel, or enjoy the rights of a (now once) free society.
Our government want us to believe that EVERY student is a potential threat and we need threat to stop them.