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Here’s a Really Good Sign the Economy Is Rebounding

Residential construction rebounded from a three month decline in June with housing starts increasing to 1.22 million, according to the U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. 226 more words


Top CEOs Make More in Two Days Than An Average Employee Does in One Year

While it’s no surprise that CEOs make a lot of money, the actual pay gap between top chiefs and rest of America’s biggest earners is startling: The average CEO at one of the 350 largest companies takes home more than five times the annual earnings of the average 0.1 percenter. 283 more words


raceAhead: Census, You In Danger Girl (And So Are We)

Fortune data editor Stacy Jones is filling in for Ellen McGirt while she dazzles everyone at Brainstorm Tech in Aspen, Colo. Watch the live stream… 497 more words


Apple Just Got More Public About Its Artificial Intelligence Plans

Apple is lifting the veil on some of its work in the red-hot field of artificial intelligence.

The consumer technology giant debuted Wednesday a website that highlights the company’s various AI-related research projects. 316 more words


The Importance of Gender in Data on Orphans and Vulnerable Children

Addressing gender when monitoring and evaluating projects for orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) helps ensure equity in access and benefits for boys and girls. This brief explores the importance of gender in monitoring and evaluation activities and suggests indicators to reveal and explain gender gaps in OVC outcomes.

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SEC Commissioner Michael Piwowar on IPOs, disclosures, and regulation

The relationship between the regulators and the regulated has been confrontational over the last eight years, said U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Michael Piwowar on Monday. 494 more words


Nevada Marijuana Shortage Averted, But Legal Troubles Could Drag On

Nevada dispensaries and their customers can exhale this week as worries of a pot shortage go up in smoke.

The state’s tax commission voted unanimously… 331 more words