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Uber ties some executive pay to diversity goals

Uber wants to boost the number of female managers by tying some executive pay to diversity goals.

G20 Is Over: Now What for Global Supply Chains?

As we have seen in over the past two years, negotiations can fail at any point and U.S. penalty tariffs could be extended. The...

SGS Acquires Majority Stake in Maine Pointe

The acquisition will enable Maine Pointe's continued growth on a global basis

Treasury Secretary Seals Bitcoin’s Impending Death by a Thousand Cuts

Following Donald Trump’s sudden and mysterious tweets regarding bitcoin last week, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin held an unexpected press conference on Monday. He used...

Pictured: Me shredding the gnar on my way to Radwood PNW...

Pictured: Me shredding the gnar on my way to Radwood PNW in Tacoma, Wash. this weekend.Read more...

Flexport Shares Views on State of Humanitarian Supply Chains

The better our combination of technology, physical infrastructure and human expertise gets, the better we’ll be able to handle unexpected situations, maintains Flexport

Ron Paul: ‘I’m All for Cryptocurrencies, I Like Competing Currencies’

Former congressman Ron Paul says he is favor of fraud-free cryptocurrencies as competition with fiat, though he has concerns about their underlying unit of...

Renegade Venture Capitalist Peter Thiel Calls on Feds to Probe Google

Billionaire tech entrepreneur and outspoken Trump supporter Peter Thiel has called on the FBI and CIA to investigate Google for a “seemingly treasonous” decision...

The Sherp ATV Proves it’s Sometimes Okay to Meet Your Heroes

In 2015 Sherp began construction on this wild unstoppable ATV, and it quickly found fans on the internet for its go-anywhere abilities. This monster...

Make a great first impression with your virtual agent

We all know the power of a great first impression. On the Dynamics 365 Virtual Agent for Customer Service team, weve been wondering: what’s...