Driving? The Kids Are So Over It – The Wall Street Journal

Driving? The Kids Are So Over It – The Wall Street Journal

If teenagers are any guide, Americans’ love affair with the automobile may no longer be something car makers can bank on. The percentage of teens with a driver’s license has tumbled in the last few decades and more young people are delaying purchasing their first car—if buying one at all, say analysts, generational experts and…
More than 17000 without power in Douglas and Sarpy Counties – Omaha World-Herald

More than 17000 without power in Douglas and Sarpy Counties – Omaha World-Herald

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Family of disgraced Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes’ fiance say he’s been ‘brainwashed’ by her – Daily Mail

Family of disgraced Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes’ fiance say he’s been ‘brainwashed’ by her...

The family of hotel heir William ‘Billy’ Evans reportedly believes he has been ‘brainwashed’ by his fiancee, the disgraced Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes.Despite attempts by close friends and family members to talk him out of marrying Holmes, Evans insists on going ahead with the union, according to the New York Post.‘His family is like, “What…
Silicon Valley is facing an ‘exodus of young employees’ and recruiting tech talent is becoming harder, new survey reveals – INSIDER

Silicon Valley is facing an ‘exodus of young employees’ and recruiting tech talent is...

HBO Tech talent is becoming harder to come by in Silicon Valley as other cities become powerful innovation hubs and attract workers, a recent survey by the Brunswick Group found. The Brunswick Group said that about half of the Bay Area tech workers it surveyed said it's becoming harder to find and recruit talent. Respondents…
Minnesota businessman Irwin Jacobs, wife found dead in their home – INFORUM

Minnesota businessman Irwin Jacobs, wife found dead in their home – INFORUM

Undated courtesy photo, circa March 1988, of Alexandra, left, and Irwin Jacobs. St. Paul Pioneer Press file photo ORONO, Minn. — Police are investigating the deaths of prominent Twin Cities businessman Irwin Jacobs and his wife, Alexandra, whose bodies were found Wednesday morning, April 10, in their Lake Minnetonka mansion. Authorities did not officially identify…
Thai Airways aircraft slightly damaged at Paris airport – Bangkok Post

Thai Airways aircraft slightly damaged at Paris airport – Bangkok Post

An A380 of Thai Airways International at Suvarnabhumi airport. An aircraft of the same type was slightly damaged on the ground in Paris on Wednesday. (Bangkok Post file photo) An Airbus A380 of Thai Airways International was slightly damaged when it was clipped by a vehicle bringing meals to the aircraft at Charles de Gaulle…
If Facebook Wants Our Trust, Mark Zuckerberg Must Resign – Tom’s Guide

If Facebook Wants Our Trust, Mark Zuckerberg Must Resign – Tom’s Guide

On Tuesday (April 30), Facebook kicks off its annual F8 developer conference in San Jose, California, where CEO Mark Zuckerberg is going to take the stage followed by a parade of company executives to talk about what the social media giant has in mind for the next year and beyond. Some of that will concern…
Union Pacific Halts $550 Million Texas Project – The Wall Street Journal

Union Pacific Halts $550 Million Texas Project – The Wall Street Journal

Union Pacific Corp. halted construction of a sprawling $550 million facility in Brazos, Texas, and closed two other train-sorting yards, as the railroad embraces a precision railroad strategy that calls for fewer, longer trains. The Brazos facility was the single-largest capital project in the 156-year-old railroad’s history and was meant to help with the expected…
Warren Buffett Might Be Wrong About Tesla’s Insurance Ambitions – Motley Fool

Warren Buffett Might Be Wrong About Tesla’s Insurance Ambitions – Motley Fool

The Oracle of Omaha knows insurance. But we shouldn't count out the electric-vehicle leader just yet. When Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) released disappointing first-quarter results just over a week ago, most headlines unsurprisingly revolved around the electric automaker's steep sequential drop in deliveries and, consequentially, its far wider than expected quarterly net loss. Still, Tesla CEO Elon Musk…
The Secret Trust Scores Companies Use to Judge Us All – The Wall Street Journal

The Secret Trust Scores Companies Use to Judge Us All – The Wall Street...

When you’re logging in to a Starbucks account, booking an Airbnb or making a reservation on OpenTable, loads of information about you is crunched instantly into a single score, then evaluated along with other personal data to determine if you’re a malicious bot or potentially risky human. Often, that’s done by a service called Sift,…

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