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Howard Knopf (a prominent intellectual property lawyer and longstanding advocate for maintaining the limits upon copyright as prescribed by law) has drawn our attention to… 1,892 more words

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News that matters : 1/8/15

1. Microsoft Invests in Uber. Company values at $51 Billion

Uber Technologies Inc has recently raised an investment that values the online taxi-hailing company at nearly $51 billion. 718 more words

Shruti Chaturvedi

Bad hydro plan from Liberals

When the Dalton McGuinty Liberals took office, hydro was 4.3 cents a kWh all day long. Now, our rates have tripled and are rising quickly under the Liberals. 262 more words

Letters

Best international cities are not amalgamated

A new report shows that the world’s best performing international cities have nothing to do with amalgamation.

Auckland, that place we were told would be saved by amalgamating into a supercity, is falling behind. 196 more words

Supercity

PwC & Tanium Form Alliance To Tackle Cyber & Insider Threats

PwC and Tanium today announced a new type of strategic partnership that will bring together the deep technical security expertise, threat intelligence and consulting practices of PwC with the market-leading endpoint security and systems management software platform of Tanium. 563 more words

Industry News

Global Challenge: PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Singapore - Nadrah Rozman

It was an overwhelming first day to work as I hustled and bustled with the peak hour crowd – most of whom shared the same destination as I did – towards Singapore’s central business district (CBD). 481 more words

Internships & Work Experience

DAVID GOLDHILL And PAUL HOWARD: An ObamaCare-Inspired Rebellion

Wall Street Journal — The law is driving people into high-deductible plans, inadvertently seeding a consumer-driven market.

The long battle over ObamaCare’s subsidies that culminated at the Supreme Court last week has overshadowed a consequential shift in health insurance: toward high-deductible plans that will help put market forces back into medicine. 52 more words

Economy