A good reminder that if we want to dampen China's massive influence on the continent, we in the US should invest more in the African startup ecosystem.
"Nearly half of the employees in the survey said the pressure to deliver on profits and growth often comes at the expense of values and ethics. "
And it's in these moments values matter most--when they cause enough friction to sway us from the wrong path.
It's clear that we have the raw power to shape the world into a distinctly better place. But do we have the empathy, courage, and discipline to organize, sacrifice, and reinvent? That's the question that keeps me up at night.
It's a strange time to be alive, because even though it's a labor dispute and we have a Republican in power, one can actually imagine the Trump admin pursuing this out of their hatred for Google.
Trump's inability to read a room is unreal. He has one speed, one style. That is ordinarily the sign of a doomed politician but his gaslighting works often enough that he continues to do it as if he's talking at a rally.
Ah, but work and output are not always the same thing. I'd be interested to see numbers for per-employee and firm-level productivity in December.
No Code gets major validation with this move.
Not in Rashi's wildest dreams!
In addition to signs of life, the archaeologists uncovered several graves. According to Davis, in the midst of a layer dating to 10,000 years ago, archaeologists found a tomb from 4,000 years ago. “In this tomb are two individuals — warriors — who were buried together with a dagger and a spear head,” she said.
"Nearly a decade ago, the FDA approved reformulated OxyContin and told the company, Purdue Pharma, that it would be evaluated on whether the new version decreased cases of addiction, overdose and death. The data submitted by Purdue to answer that question remains secret."