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In the modern age of analytics in sports, where decisions are based more on the application of cold numbers than raw emotion, it's easy to…... [Read More]
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Millions of French soccer fans are feeling great right now. Billions of supporters for other teams are miserable. Most sports fans will tell you that…... [Read More]
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David Rubenstein hasn't worked in politics since the Carter administration but he's still a creature of Washington. Speaking at CNBC's Delivering Alpha investor conference in…... [Read More]
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Following an antitrust decision out of Europe, Google implied it may have to start charging device makers like Samsung and HTC to use its Android…... [Read More]
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One of Britain's largest supermarket chains has introduced a weekly quiet hour for customers who struggle with the noise associated with grocery shopping, like those…... [Read More]
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Most employees aren't decision-makers. And yet, when learning of a company decision, typical reactions include phrases such as: "Nobody consulted me." "That's not the way…... [Read More]
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From afar, Castle Rock, Maine doesn't much stand out from other quiet Northeastern US towns. Spooky, stately old homes line its wooded streets. Its downtown…... [Read More]
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The merging of two trends—autonomous cars and electric cars—will revolutionize the way we move in the coming decades—and contribute to a dramatic reduction of our…... [Read More]
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The vilification of cryptocurrencies by big names in finance is becoming an annual tradition at CNBC's Delivering Alpha conference. Last year, JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon…... [Read More]
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More than 2,600 AI researchers and engineers have signed a pledge to never create autonomous killer robots, published today by the Future of Life Institute.…... [Read More]
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An AI system managed to test how new chemical compounds interact with cells using information about chemical interactions that scientists already have. It could eliminate…... [Read More]
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American teenagers love their screens. Teens between 13 and 18 years old spend over six hours every day on smartphones, computers, tablets, and the like,…... [Read More]
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A hot, dry summer has made parts of Sweden and other Arctic Circle locations ripe for widespread wildfires. Wildfires, not uncommon in much of the…... [Read More]
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We are all math people. No, really. We just don't all know it. There's a false divide between artsy types and the mathematically inclined, and…... [Read More]
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The city council of Barcelona has a message for tourists who want to visit and stay in a homeshare or vacation rental: Make sure it's…... [Read More]
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Australian researchers have developed the world's first blood test (pdf) to detect melanoma in its early stages, a potential breakthrough for a cancer that, when…... [Read More]
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Russian president Vladimir Putin issued an order today to shutter Shikhany, the secretive town believed by British intelligence to have produced Novichok, a lethal nerve…... [Read More]
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As Donald Trump continues to escalate his slap-happy approach to tariffs on Chinese goods, China is running out of US goods on which to to…... [Read More]
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It's a small geographic move across borders for Kenya's Safaricom but potentially, it is a giant step that could transform the story of mobile money…... [Read More]
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For nearly 100 years, most of the cheese made in America was American cheese. Specifically, cheddar cheese reigned supreme: The cheese is a hallmark of…... [Read More]
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