Read more transcripts from Face the Nation here. MARGARET BRENNAN, CBS NEWS: It's Sunday, May 13. I'm Margaret Brennan. And this is FACE THE NATION. In a week where U.S. diplomacy took a giant step backwards, with the president pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal... (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) DONALD TRUMP, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: This was a horrible, one-sided deal that should have never, ever been made. (END VIDEO CLIP) BRENNAN: ... efforts to craft a new relationship ahead of the summit with North Korea took a big step forward. The North Koreans invited reporters to witness the dismantling of their main nuclear test site later this month. And Secretary of State Mike Pompeo traveled there to bring home the three American detainees. They were greeted by a triumphant President Trump. But is North Korea really serious about denuclearization? And what impact will the U.S. breaking the agreement with Iran have on crafting a new one with North Korea? We will ask … [Read more...] about Full transcript: “Face the Nation” on May 13, 2018
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How much money did you lose last year that you could still be hanging on to? Michael Hamrick Published 1:00 pm, Friday, April 20, 2018 Photo: Glow Images, Inc | Getty Images Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Photo: Glow Images, Inc | Getty Images Are You Leaving Hidden Profits on the Table? Here Are the 4 Areas to Examine. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery With tax day now in the rearview mirror, profits and losses are likely to be uppermost in the minds of business owners -- people who get up every day trying to make payroll. Small businesses are the powerhouse of the economy, the mitochondrial DNA of our economic body, converting effort into the energy that fuels the country. Related: 5 Ways to Drive Leads and Double Your Profits What's more, all of those small businesses were started by entrepreneurs … [Read more...] about Are You Leaving Hidden Profits on the Table? Here Are the 4 Areas to Examine.
Ever since Google released its first transparency report in 2014, the company’s efforts to diversify its overwhelmingly male, white, and Asian workforce have been criticized as too little and too late for a company founded in 1998. As the needle failed to move on the share of black and Hispanic engineers, frustration intensified toward an industry that wants to influence the globe, but can’t change itself. Lately, though, Google’s diversity efforts have come under fire from an unanticipated source: white male former employees alleging discrimination at Google, whose technical workforce is 80 percent male, 53 percent white, and 39 percent Asian, according to the company’s 2017 diversity report. In January, James Damore, the engineer who was fired after writing a screed against Google’s diversity efforts, filed a lawsuit alleging discrimination against white people, men, and political conservatives. Then Arne Wilberg, a former technical recruiter in … [Read more...] about New Lawsuit Exposes Google’s Desperation to Improve Diversity
What is a data scientist?Data scientists are responsible for discovering insights from massive amounts of structured and unstructured data to help shape or meet specific business needs and goals. The data scientist role is becoming increasingly important as businesses rely more heavily on data analytics to drive decision-making and lean on automation and machine learning as core components of their IT strategies.The data scientist roleA data scientist’s main objective is to organize and analyze large amounts of data, often using software specifically designed for the task. The final results of a data scientist’s analysis needs to be easy enough for all invested stakeholders to understand — especially those working outside of IT.A data scientist’s approach to data analysis depends on their industry and the specific needs of the business or department they are working for. Before a data scientist can find meaning in structured or unstructured data, business … [Read more...] about What is a data scientist? A key data analytics role and a lucrative career
Many old-school sports fans still might not take esports seriously. But the increased involvement of professional sports organizations such as the NBA, increased esports coverage on mainstream media, and increased regulation of leagues shows that esports is entering a new era of professionalism and mainstream recognition. After all, esports has been accepted as a sport for the 2022 Asian Games, and the Hong Kong government recognized its economic development potential in its 2017 budget announcement. One of the ways that the industry is pushing economic development is by creating a number of employment opportunities. According to research from CareerBuilder, jobs in ‘traditional’ sports have a multiplier effect, with every job within sports teams and clubs themselves leading to four times as many job outside of the industry in areas such as construction, health care, sales, food preparation and maintenance in stadiums, and stores. However, while we are unlikely to see many … [Read more...] about League of Lawyers: Esports is creating a new class of white-collar jobs