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Dan Ramos

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Stumpf would get a big payday to walk from the bank, with $123.6 million in severance and stock value if he retires, USA Today reports.
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Time to party! I hope he pays his fair share. At least the gov will get a lot of it when he dies.
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Dan Ramos

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Ironically, the same shut-down safe-space SJW's THINK they're liberals.

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/23/opinion/will-the-left-survive-the-millennials.html
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Sad to see the death of free speech happening with the current generation.
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Dan Ramos

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I'm insulted by people who are this easily insulted!
Hundreds of school districts across the country have taken a pledge to “pronounce student’s names correctly” to avoid the “microaggression” of mispronunciation. According to ‘My Name, My Identity: A Declaration of Self,’ a national campaign launched in 2015 by the Santa Clara County, Calif. Office of Education (SCCOE) and the National Association for Bilingual Education, a teacher who mispronounces a student’s name can cause that student “anxiety...
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+Gary Howell MICROAGRESSION!
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Dan Ramos

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Value for value is the only way!
 
Full Circle #2: "#Adblock Plus now sells ads" http://www.theverge.com/2016/9/13/12890050/adblock-plus-now-sells-ads
Adblock Plus is launching a new service that... uh, puts more ads on your screen. Rather than stripping all ads from the internet forever, Adblock Plus is hoping to replace the bad ads — anything...
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Features, not bugs. Edge has a LOT of features. 
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Chris Wilson

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I just had a revelation....

Maybe Bill and Hillary are just trying to poison eachother ?

Some sort of race to kill the other one off, but still appear "happily married"

Your thoughts ?

Peace 
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They want to see eachother suffer +MartinJJ NoAgenda​
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Steve Dew

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Thank you for your help in spreading the word about the 9/11 Suspects series. Christine Todd Whitman is now issuing her first (non) "apology" in 15 years, just days after the release of the Whitman suspect video. Can we get any other responses?
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We should particularly keep in mind that Rudy might be appointed to dhs by Trump. If there was something that should disqualify a person for president...
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Dan Ramos

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The case reflects a trend in which regulators fine financial institutions and require changes, but not an admission of wrongdoing.
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We're sorry, but only because we got caught.
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Gary Howell

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Wow. Big banks allowed to cut their fines in half if they donate to a special interest group (instead of paying it to DOJ).

For example, Bank of America donated “$1.15 million to the National Urban League, which counts as if it were $2.6 million against the bank’s settlement. Similarly, $1.5 million to La Raza takes $3.5 million off the total amount of ‘consumer relief’ owed by the bank,” the Wall Street Journal reported.
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I'd bet these "donations" were tax deductible, as well.
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Tim Elliott

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The depressing trend continues...
Other IT groups in the 10-campus university system may follow suit, though none has announced plans.
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This will stop once the God Emperor takes power
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Dan Ramos

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Looks like people are getting banned/deleted for talking about this.
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+Jeremiah Junken​ torrents don't scale at all if everyone doesn't seed. Podcast apps can't seed on mobile networks, people would have cap issues.

You end up relying on people that have dedicated home machines to run torrent software to support your infrastructure. Management and doners become a problem as you scale up.
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Sam CW Leung

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Does anyone find this ironic in any way?

Source link: https://www.dol.gov/sites/default/files/newsroom/newsreleases/OFCCP20160926_0.pdf


The US Department of Labor is accusing controversial data-mining company Palantir of discriminating against Asian job candidates, according to a lawsuit filed today. Asian applicants...
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They need citizens for some customers. Anyway people that only half understand java are not engineers.

Some Fed Departments only allow "natural-born" Citizens on networks or in buildings.
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Dan Ramos

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Wells Fargo, which established its local footprint after acquiring Wachovia Bank in 2008, is the largest bank by market share in the Lehigh Valley. It has $3.2 billion in deposits in the Lehigh Valley, according to the latest report by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., or a nearly 20 percent market share.
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Mumma Bear

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I feel more safe already!
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From now on Microsoft is the only one who knows everything about you. Until they get hacked that is.
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Chris Wilson

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More battles between technology companies as they pit their dudes named Ben against each other in a gladiatorial technology fight to the end (of their r&d budget)

Proof again that we are the product to be sold as chattled consumers to our corporate masters

Shut up slave and buy shit !!

Peace

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Employees at Yelp have seen a troubling trend recently: Facebook sometimes appears to be blocking their app. Even if customers have downloaded Yelp, links posted to its Facebook page direct them back into the social network’s own browser. Instead of sending viewers into Yelp’s restaurant review app, they stay stuck in Facebook.

Yelp says that traffic from Facebook isn’t material to its business, and isn’t sure of the cause. But the broader issue is clear: The potential for so-called deep links to tear down walls between apps has diminished over the past year. Deep links—intended to make links to content in mobile apps as shareable as web pages—that were posted to Facebook haven’t redirected people to outside apps on iPhones for months, said Alex Austin, CEO of Branch Metrics, a startup that creates deep links for companies like Yelp, Target and Jet. Those links used to drive users to outside apps about 80% of the time last fall, but now only work when brands buy ads.

https://www.theinformation.com/facebooks-power-struggle-over-app-links
Employees at Yelp have seen a troubling trend recently: Facebook sometimes appears to be blocking their app. Even if customers have downloaded Yelp, links posted to its Facebook page direct them back into the social network’s own browser. Instead of sending viewers into Yelp’s restaurant review ...
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As the Facebag closes in on people, and directs more of the same content to people, people will look further a field for something new.

Their strategy is hardly surprising 
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Dan Ramos

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Golden parachutes deploying!
Fortune reported that she ran the division responsible for opening accounts for customers without authorization.
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+MartinJJ NoAgenda Because they hate success?
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Mumma Bear

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Well, she was not thinking of the children.. Huh!
Hillary Clinton embraced a young child after leaving her daughter's apartment despite suffering from pneumonia, a contagious illness that is usually spread by sneezing while in close contact with others
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she has the cough for a few months now, now anti biotics are in play and all is fine?

Don't buy it..
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Dan Ramos

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+Dan Ramos That's just so selfish of you telling me that! Now I'm crying because I can't express myself freely anymore. Screaming: You are a bully!
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Tim Elliott

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More douchebaggery in the banking sector...
Wells Fargo said on Thursday it fired 5,300 employees for creating ghost accounts over the past five years without the knowledge of customers. Regulators allege millions of these bank and credit card accounts were opened.
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"Wells Fargo confirmed to CNNMoney that it had fired 5,300 employees over the last few years related to the shady behavior. " It's old news that the CFPB is making hay over now for some reason. 
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Mumma Bear

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Ooh no he didn't!
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i heard that duterte apologised to whores 
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