How Japan’s Radically Different Approach to AI Could Lead to Wild New Tech

Thanks to artificial intelligence, the automobile — that most American of possessions — is being remade. Self-driving cars from Google’s new Waymo subsidiary will hit the streets next year. Tesla’s

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Sure, Stocks Are Up. But the Great Recession Is Still Weighing on Retirement Confidence

The election may have lit a fire under Wall Street, with stocks cruising to new highs in the past month. But it’s not clear that workers contemplating retirement share the

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Submit Income Tax Proof to Employer – How, When and Why?

Submit Income Tax Proof to Employer It’s time of the year when everyone including your employer is worried about your taxes. Most people would have received mail from their Accounts

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You Can Finally Order Apple’s Wireless AirPod Earbuds

At long last, Apple is making its wireless AirPods earbuds available online and in its stores. As of Tuesday, Apple is promising a delivery date of Dec. 21 on the

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The Unhealthy Desire For Prestige Is Ruining Your Life

Theory: The desire for prestige is why we: 1) spend an outrageous sum of money on education, 2) kill ourselves at jobs we don’t like, 3) put up with colleagues and bosses

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Facebook Is Looking to Hire a 20-Year Media Veteran to Help it Rethink News

Facebook wants to develop closer ties with the media industry. A recently posted “Head of News Partnerships” job listing seeks someone with more than 20 years of experience in news

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Why Do Smart Kids Make Dumb Decisions About Private School?

I’ve long wondered why people still spend a fortune attending private school when education is 100% free now thanks to the internet. I attended The College of William & Mary

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How About a Big Glass of Coca-Cola With Your Sushi or Your Quinoa?

(NEW YORK)— What beverage goes best with lobster rolls, a bagel sandwich stuffed with whitefish, or a bowl of ramen? Coke wants you to think of soda. Coca-Cola is trying

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Stock Market Rally Continues as Indexes Close at Record Highs

Major U.S. stock indexes climbed again on Thursday and set fresh record highs as a month-long rally following the presidential election of Donald Trump rolled on. Investors have driven up

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Income Types Not Subject To Social Security Tax: Earn More Tax Efficiently!

The government gonna knock you out! For 2017, so far we’ve got: * A 0.5% increase in borrowing costs for mortgages, student loans, and consumer loans * A Federal Reserve

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