Tuesday, July 25, 2017

A New Approach for Hiring More Diverse Talent

Work Type analysis allows companies to use the product like cycle as a guide to divide work into four categories: Thinker, Builder, Improver, Producer. This approach breaks down the artificial barriers based on skills and experiences.

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SEC Report About The DAO ICO Being A Security Is Good News For The Community

The SEC report was inline with self regulation that has already happened inside the community.

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UK to ban sales of petrol, diesel-fuelled cars from 2040: media

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's government will announce on Wednesday that it will ban the sale of all petrol- and diesel-fuelled cars from 2040 as part of a plan to clean up air pollution, newspapers reported on Tuesday.


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What Does it Take to Be a Cutting-Edge Growth Executive?

I spoke with Susan Su, head of marketing at Reforge, to understand what it takes to be a growth executive in today's competitive marketplace.

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Growth of French wind power capacity slows in first half of 2017: wind lobby

PARIS (Reuters) - New onshore wind capacity dipped in France in the first six months of 2017 compared with the same period a year ago as operators slowed the development of projects because of policy and economic uncertainties, an industry lobby said on Tuesday.


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ArcelorMittal says French pollution allegations are groundless

(Reuters) - The world's largest steelmaker, ArcelorMittal, said on Tuesday that its internal investigation had found allegations of illicit dumping of acid waste from a French plant were groundless.


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What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From The Newest Chipotle Health Crisis

Chipotle will survive its recent health crisis because of its customer-first strategy.

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