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U.K.s Gateway to Europe Braces for 17-Mile Brexit Backup

Every day, as many as 10,000 trucks rumble through the Port of Dover, whose towering grey cliffs face continental Europe across the narrowest stretch of the English Channel. 955 more words

Bloomberg Businessweek revamped

June 15, 2017. Today marks the relaunch of Bloomberg Businessweek, designed to meet the needs of today’s global business and finance audience with multiple daily, weekly, and quarterly touch points. 164 more words

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Rare Henry Singleton 1982 Businessweek Article

Here’s the 1982 article Businessweek did. Singleton rarely did interviews. This was a fairly negative article. Most articles on Singleton and Teledyne are positives and are worth studying. 42 more words

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A new crop of summer camps teach kids to worship the almighty dollar

The American summer camp—in its romanticized, nostalgic form—involves lots of canoeing, marshmallow toasting, and epic battles of capture the flag, all in a rustic forest setting. 295 more words

Until the robots can arrange flowers, there will still be jobs for humans

Much has been written about the rise of automation, and what it means for the future of employment.

There’s mounting evidence that workers in wide swaths of job categories will be replaced, and the most vulnerable jobs are ones that require little education and offer low pay. 279 more words

American Aerospace and 5G Wireless Networks

From Bloomberg Business Week, Feb. 16, 2017: 

The fast-growing drone industry is eagerly awaiting the advent of 5G. Most unmanned craft store video-and-mapping data from their flights onboard, then download it after landing. 137 more words

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