BBC Four
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Here someone who likes to be popular, so imagine this will also spur him on to get moving very fast, to try and change those numbers? I imagine so. I imagine we'll see a very ambitious agenda within his first 100 days, including repealing Obamacare, building a wall, and some of the points he has made in his beaches.
BBC News 24
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This is the first day of basically a four-year relationship with the American people, I think it's off to a good start, but he has to address and reach out to new groups. Here someone who likes to be popular, so imagine this will also spur him on to get moving very fast, to try and change those numbers? I imagine so.
Futurity
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Telecommuting give employees flexibility to work outside the office, but there's evidence it add hours to the workday with little to no extra pay. A new study based on a long-running national survey of American workers with a standard 40-hour work week finds that people who opt to work at least part of the time away from the office ended up working an average of three hours more per week, taking away from home and family time. The findings, published in the journal Social Forces , may change workers' perceptions of the value of telecommuting and could spur employers to better define the work-at-home workday. To think that telecommuting eases the burden may be a little simplistic, says Mary Noonan, associate professor in sociology at the University of Iowa. It cuts down on commuting time, and it appears to add more flexibility to the work day.
Futurity
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Telecommuting give employees flexibility to work outside the office, but there's evidence it add hours to the workday with little to no extra pay. A new study based on a long-running national survey of American workers with a standard 40-hour work week finds that people who opt to work at least part of the time away from the office ended up working an average of three hours more per week, taking away from home and family time. The findings, published in the journal Social Forces , may change workers' perceptions of the value of telecommuting and could spur employers to better define the work-at-home workday. To think that telecommuting eases the burden may be a little simplistic, says Mary Noonan, associate professor in sociology at the University of Iowa. It cuts down on commuting time, and it appears to add more flexibility to the work day.
Auto Express
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Politico
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ScienceDaily
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Telecommuting may not be as advantageous as employees think. A new study shows working from home adds extra hours to the work week, at little additional pay. The findings may change workers' perceptions of the value of telecommuting and could spur employers to better define the work-at-home workday.
The Huffington Post
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" Reverse Mentoring motivates Millennials because it puts them in a pseudo-leadership role. It gives them the opportunity to put in the hard work they so eagerly want to do. The collaborative nature of Reverse Mentoring also appeals to workers of all ages. According to a 2014 survey , 57 percent of workers chose a "highly collaborative environment" when asked what they would include in an ideal work environment. Keeping communication lines strong between senior and junior staff can make for a positive and efficient work environment while building strong bonds in the process. Better Communication: By pairing people up with those whom they might not have otherwise worked, Reverse Mentoring opens up new communication channels. These unlikely pairings of individuals via Reverse Mentoring can clear the path for meaningful communication on company business and, potentially, spur innovation.
The Huffington Post
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California retains the right to set vehicle emission standards that, given the size of the state's car market, strongly influence the entire auto industry. California's incoming attorney general has promised to defend the state's environmental policies. All this presumes, of course, that a Trump Administration is an implacable foe of the environmental markets. This is unlikely to be the case. Trump himself has called for a focus on clean air and clean water . There are substantial majorities - including among Republican voters - in favor of clean energy and reductions in carbon emissions. Red States such as Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas are leading the country in wind energy investment . And North Carolina is second only to California in new solar farms. Also, there are already a number of Trump proposals that will benefit the sector. The new president's plans for $500 billion of infrastructure spending have already helped spur a rally in stocks linked to water infrastructure.
Reuters
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Daily Mail - Home
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The airport stunt caused delays at the height of the summer holidays on August 5 last year, with traffic gridlocked on the M4 spur road in west London.
The Sun Daily
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Politico
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Walden’s efforts are also at the mercy of the Senate’s confirmation schedule. He emphasized that Trump’s designated health chief, Rep. Tom Price, is central to efforts to repeal Obamacare, in part because the law itself gives the secretary of health and human services broad power to roll back various provisions. Walden noted repeatedly that Price would enter office with more than 200 separate authorities contained in the provisions of Obamacare. “I’m told by some who get deep into this that there are literally things Dr. Price can do when he gets there that can result in reduced premiums and spur the market,” he said. But Price’s nomination has been dogged by allegations he traded health care-related stocks during his time in Congress, though his team has denied wrongdoing and remains confident he'll be approved. Walden said that his driving goal is to zoom in on aspects of the health care market that are in distress as a result of Obamacare.
Bournemouth Daily Echo
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EMERGENCY services were called to a car which had gone into a hedge on the A338 Spur Road this morning.
TIME - Top Stories
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He also subtly underscored his differences with Trump, who refused to answer a question from a CNN reporter at a recent press conference, by complimenting the press, arguing that it plays a vital role in safeguarding democracy. He also pointedly called on a diverse array of reporters from Fox News, Univision, Al Arabiya and an LGBT newspaper. When Obama and his family head off to Palm Springs on Friday, it'll be the start of a long-awaited vacation that he said would include quality time with his wife and two daughters and some writing. Its important for me to take some time to process this amazing experience that weve gone through, Obama said. I want to be quiet a little bit. Still, he reiterated that there are issues that would spur him to jump back into the political arena as a private citizen. Among the subjects that he expressed continued concern about were systemic discrimination, voting rights and the deportation of undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children.
Daily Mail - Home
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The stunt at the London airport caused delays at the height of the summer holidays on August 5 last year, with traffic gridlocked on the M4 spur road.
The Economic Times
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Phys.Org
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A research team led by scientists at Brigham and Women's Hospital has assembled a catalogue of every active gene in a variety of tissues in the axolotl, a type of salamander known for its striking ability to fully regenerate limbs following amputation. The catalogue, known as a "transcriptome," provides a important resource for the community of researchers who study axolotls—a model organism that promises to shed light not only on the molecular mechanisms that underlie limb regeneration but also how on potential ways to repair and replace human tissues that are damaged or lost as a result of injury, illness, or even congenital disorders.
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And there is nothing illegal with a president casually chatting with an executive about the company's behavior, Painter said. Werner Baumann, the CEO of Bayer, and Hugh Grant, the chairman and CEO of Monsanto, said in a joint statement on Tuesday that their confab in Trump Tower was a “productive meeting” and characterized the jobs and RD agreement as “an investment in the U.S. heartland.” Painter said the Bush White House became involved once in a Chinese oil company merger, but the president wasn't personally involved. It just doesn't make sense to be, he said. The $66 billion deal announced in September would marry Monsanto’s seed, biotech and precision agriculture businesses with Bayer’s chemical prowess, which the companies say will spur innovations that would help farmers deal with a host of issues from pests to irrigation and yield.