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Microsoft will pay $196 per share, a 50% premium to LinkedIn's closing price on Friday.
Deal is for $196 per LinkedIn share, a 50% premium to Friday’s close
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Seven of the top 10 most popular CEOs lead tech companies, according to a new analysis of employee reviews.
Bain & Co.’s CEO Bob Bechek, Ultimate Software’s Scott Scherr and McKinsey & Co.’s Dominic Barton take top spots in ranking
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In conventional guns, a bullet loses velocity from the moment the gunpowder ignites and sends it flying. The railgun projectile instead gains speed as it travels the length of a 32-foot barrel, exiting the muzzle at 4,500 miles an hour, or more than a mile a second.
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Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump would start the general election as the two most unpopular nominees in recent history, a title previously held by George H.W. Bush since 1992.
Front-runners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are among the least liked candidates in American history. What would it take for them to turn it around?
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One in six U.S. workers lost a job in 2007-2009. Most will earn less for decades to come.
Effects of losing a job linger, from lower wages and home ownership rates to psychological problems
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IEX’s crusade was popularized in the 2014 Michael Lewis book, “Flash Boys,” which chronicled the race among American exchanges toward ever-faster trading.
SEC Commissioners may vote on ‘Flash Boys’ exchange on Friday
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Gawker Media is declaring bankruptcy and the company will be put up for auction after a judge ruled that a $140 million jury judgment against it in a costly legal battle with former professional wrestler Hulk Hogan would stand.
Move comes after $140 million Hogan judgment is ruled to stand; auction to begin with $100 million bid from publisher Ziff Davis
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Muhammad Ali called himself “The Greatest,” and many agreed. Among boxers, he certainly ranked among the elite, having won the heavyweight title three times in his 21-year career. But it was his life outside the ring that inspired the strongest adjectives. He was the prettiest, the brashest, the baddest, the fastest, the loudest, the rashest.
The legendary boxer leaves a legacy unmatched in sports—a charismatic champion of free speech and civil change
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Once a legend, is always a legend. Muhammad Ali had left this world for heavenly abode but his name will always be cherished.
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At some airlines, travelers with elite-level frequent-flier status see a greater inventory of unassigned seats when they book reservations.
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On average, American women earn less than their male peers. But highly educated women fare worst of all.
Gender disparities in income are greater in many white-collar U.S. professions than blue-collar and don’t lend themselves to legislative remedies
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"I often worry that I’m going to drop a phablet when I’m pecking out emails with one hand. With Google’s keyboard in use, that stress is gone," Nathan Olivarez-Giles writes in his review.
A better way to type, for big hands and small hands alike
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