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Unmitigated climate change will make the United States poorer and more unequal, predict researchers. The poorest third of counties could sustain economic damages costing as much as 20 percent of their income if warming proceeds unabated. States in the South...
Las Vegas is full of props covered with sparkles, lights, and shine. What I've enjoyed about it is the sense you get of being in a fantasy-like world, with special effects drawing many people in. Certainly, people from all...
DURHAM, N.C. -- Energy companies used nearly 250 billion gallons of water to extract unconventional shale gas and oil from hydraulically fractured wells in the United States between 2005 and 2014, a new Duke University study finds. During the same...
It's been a month since Facebook announced Messenger Rooms, its video calling system that seeks to compete with Zoom, and that integrates with the rest of its ecosystem. And now, following the same line, it presents Workplace Rooms for...
RIVERSIDE, Calif. - More than 80 percent of companies use award programs like "Employee of the Month" and "Top Sales Club" to motivate employees and increase performance. While the conventional wisdom is that such awards are cheap and can...
When people learn that an industry partner funded scientific research, they are more likely to report skepticism when it comes to the findings, regardless of the partner’s reputation or additional funding sources, a new study shows. The study, published in...
Are you considering buying a new digital radiography system to better diagnose the cases you see coming into your veterinary practice each day? Do you know which type of system is better for you and your business needs? The...
As you work toward your degree in Sports Management, you will learn how sports franchises function and how they make money – fundamental knowledge for any Sports Manager. Also important is each franchise’s ROI. For instance, did you know...
After states suffer significant job losses, college attendance drops among the poorest students of the next generation, a new study suggests. As a result, states marked by shuttered factories or dormant mines also show a widening gap in college attendance...
Ekkehard Ernst, Chief of Macro-economic policies and job unit at the UN International Labour Organization (ILO), says the manufacturing sector does not stand to profit most from AI, at least not in developed countries, and will not suffer the...