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35 of the most powerful women in 2021

Kamala Harris, Jill Biden, and Shonda Rhimes. Tasos Katopodis/JIM WATSON/AFP/George Pimentel/Getty Images From first ladies of the United States to prominent businesswomen and leading figures in the entertainment industry, these women hold great power. On January 20, Senator Kamala Harris will be sworn in as the first female and first Black and South Asian vice president of the United States. Queen Elizabeth II, one of the best-known female leaders in the world and the longest-reigning mon...
Tags: Strategy, Features, Women And Leadership, Women's History Month, Feminism, Women, CDU

January 12 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases

January 12 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases Welcome to’s January 12 Blu-ray, Digital HD and DVD column! We’ve highlighted this week’s releases in detailed write-ups of different titles below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon!  PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = null; if (typeof...
Tags: England, TV, Movies, Horror, Digital, Morocco, TV News, Clarke, John, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Kate, Blu-ray, Quebec, Shropshire, Mary

Understanding origins of Arizona's Sunset Crater eruption of 1,000 years ago

ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration scientist Amanda Clarke and her team have been working to solve the mysterious root cause of the Sunset Crater eruption and any lessons learned to better understand the threats similar volcanoes may pose around the world today. But as to why it erupted, that has remained a mystery, until now. Clarke's group is among the first to show the importance of carbon dioxide in volcanic eruptions.
Tags: Science, Arizona, Clarke, Amanda Clarke, ASU School of Earth

Take a look inside 'Game of Thrones' star Emilia Clarke's California house, which sold for $4.4 million

Emilia Clarke's property was designed with privacy in mind. Neue Focus/Douglas Elliman, C Flanigan/Getty Images Neue Focus/Douglas Elliman, C Flanigan/Getty Images "Game of Thrones" star Emilia Clarke has just sold her Venice, California property for $4.4 million, Fox Business first reported. The property has a 30-foot pool, and the ground floor is entirely open plan. The house is close to the beach and was designed with privacy in mind, realtors Douglas Elliman said in the listing. Sc...
Tags: Home, Real Estate, Entertainment, California, Trends, Features, House, Clarke, Game Of Thrones, Venice, Emilia Clarke, Fox Business, Venice California, Douglas Elliman, Pinnacle Estate Properties, Grace Dean

Prez-elect Biden's slate of nominees for the Justice Department revealed, with Judge Merrick Garland tapped for Attorney General

As reported in this new AP piece, "President-elect Joe Biden has selected Merrick Garland, a federal appeals court judge who in 2016 was snubbed by Republicans for a seat on the Supreme Court, as his attorney general, two people familiar with the selection process said Wednesday."  Here is more on who is slated to help run a new Justice Department: Biden is expected to announce Garland’s appointment on Thursday, along with other senior leaders of the department, including former homeland securi...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Russia, Joe Biden, Ap, Clarke, Monaco, Biden, Doj, Justice Department, Sally Yates, Black, Trump, Hunter, Gupta, Garland

Edmund Clarke, 2007 Winner of the Turing Award, Dies of Covid-19 (slashdot)

"Edmund M. Clarke, the FORE Systems Professor of Computer Science Emeritus at Carnegie Mellon University, has died of Covid-19," writes Slashdot reader McGruber. From the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Professor Clarke was best known for his work in model checking, an automated method for detecting design errors in computer hardware and software. CMU president Farnam Jahanian said the world had "lost a giant in computer science" with Mr. Clarke's death. "Ed's pioneering work in model checking appl...
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Edmund Clarke, 2007 Winner of the Turing Award, Dies of Covid-19

"Edmund M. Clarke, the FORE Systems Professor of Computer Science Emeritus at Carnegie Mellon University, has died of Covid-19," writes Slashdot reader McGruber. From the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Professor Clarke was best known for his work in model checking, an automated method for detecting design errors in computer hardware and software. CMU president Farnam Jahanian said the world had "lost a giant in computer science" with Mr. Clarke's death. "Ed's pioneering work in model checking appl...
Tags: Microsoft, Tech, Intel, Harvard University, Clarke, Ed, Carnegie Mellon University, Clark, Slashdot, CMU, Association for Computing Machinery, Jahanian, University of Grenoble, Farnam Jahanian, Edmund Clarke, Edmund M Clarke

What Scientists Know About the Coronavirus Variant Spreading In the UK

An anonymous reader quotes a report from NBC News: Several European countries have banned flights from the U.K. over fears about a new coronavirus variant that has forced millions of people in Britain to cancel their Christmas plans. Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria and Italy all announced restrictions on U.K. travel. Others will likely follow suit as scientists warned that the new strain spreads more quickly than its predecessor. [...] U.K. health officials first identified the new va...
Tags: UK, England, Australia, Germany, Tech, Bbc, Britain, Italy, Netherlands, Clarke, World Health Organization, Denmark, University of Cambridge, Patrick Vallance, Gupta, Ravindra Gupta

The top YouTube talent managers in 2020

Matter Media Group; Night Media; Rare Global; Select Management Group Hi, this is Amanda Perelli and welcome back to Insider Influencers, our weekly rundown on the influencer and creator economy. Sign up for the newsletter here.Signing with the right talent manager can help take an influencer's business to the next level.  - from negotiating the best rates for a brand deal to talking clients through a sudden PR disaster. In 2020, managers helped clients weather the coronavirus' huge impac...
Tags: Facebook, Media, Instagram, Youtube, China, Advertising, Toronto, America, Trends, Atlanta, Paypal, Sydney, Clarke, The New York Times, Charles, Asmr

Stephen Ross - Trump donor and Equinox chairman - has reportedly already donated $1 million toward NYC's next elections. Take a look at how one of the city's richest residents built his fortune.

Stephen Ross has a net worth of $7.2 billion. EDUARDO MUNOZ/Reuters Billionaire Stephen Ross donated $1 million in December to a new independent expenditure committee, according to The New York Times. The committee will reportedly focus on several NYC races, including the mayoral one. In August, Ross was considering raising $100 million for a potential candidate in NYC's 2021 mayoral election, two sources told The New York Times' Dana Rubenstein. Ross is the chairman of Related Cos., which...
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Let’s try and identify England’s purest and greatest bits and pieces cricketer

A bits-and-pieces cricketer is a player who wouldn’t warrant a place in the side as a batsman or a bowler but somehow gets picked anyway based on cumulative all-round ability. Let’s try and find England’s purest and greatest bits and pieces cricketer. Before we get into this, you may be wondering why we’re doing this as an England thing and not as an international thing. ‘What about James Hopes?’ you cry. ‘What about Azhar Mahmood?’ The reason why we’re not doing this as an international...
Tags: England, Sex, India, Features, New Zealand, Clarke, Sussex, Samit Patel, Miller, Chris Harris, Robert Croft, Snape, Wright, HARRIS, Harare, Patel

Experts call the DOJ's lawsuit against Facebook 'troubling' and 'unfair' because the company complied with federal guidelines for recruiting foreign workers

President Donald Trump on December 3, 2020, in Washington, DC. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images The Department of Justice in a new lawsuit has accused Facebook of discriminating against Americans by giving high-paying jobs to foreign workers. But experts told Business Insider that the lawsuit is "unfair" and "troubling" because Facebook complied completely with recruitment requirements set by the Department of Labor in what is known as the PERM process. The Trump administration has ...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, Washington, US, Trends, Clarke, Silicon Valley, Philadelphia, Department Of Justice, Donald Trump, Doj, Business Insider, Trump, Shepherd, Department of Labor, US Department of Labor

Gift Guide: The best books for 2020 recommended by VCs and TechCrunch writers (Part 1)

Welcome to TechCrunch’s 2020 Holiday Gift Guide! Need help with gift ideas? We’re here to help! We’ll be rolling out gift guides from now through the end of December. You can find our other guides right here. This is Part 1 of the Best Books gift guide. Part 2 with even more selections will be posted shortly. 2020 was a tough year for all of us, but a strong one for books (how often do you get to say that?). Sales are up, driven by lockdowns, boredom, and the need for escape. Yet, 2020 also felt...
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MIT breakthrough in deep learning could help reduce errors

MIT researchers claim that deep learning neural networks need better uncertainty analysis to reduce errors. "Deep evidential regression" reduces uncertainty after only one pass on a network, greatly reducing time and memory. This could help mitigate problems in medical diagnoses, autonomous driving, and much more. We've all seen the movies: a mad genius creates breakthrough artificial intelligence only to have it turn on them—and humanity. Midway through the film, the robots are taking over. B...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Technology, Russia, Mit, Artificial Intelligence, Medical Research, Engineering, Innovation, Oxford, Machine Learning, Clarke, Ai, Derek, Mckinsey, Eddy

Alps Tour cards for McBride, Bryan and Clarke

Paul McBride during his Wake Forest career The Island’s Paul McBride and Druids Heath’s Simon Bryan secured Category 6 membership of the Alps Tour for 2021 at the Qualifying School in Rome.McBride closed with a two-over 74 at Golf Nazionale to finish tied for seventh on three-under par with Bryan tied 22nd on three-over after a 79.French amateur David...
Tags: England, Sport, Rome, Netherlands, Golf, Clarke, Island, Austalia, Bryan, Heath, Qualifying School, Paul McBride, Alps Tour, Simon Bryan, Rhys Clarke, David Ravetto

Lack of goals, tired legs, two defeats - but optimism remains for Clarke's Scotland

Former Scotland manager Craig Levein pinpoints where Scotland are at ahead of next summer's Euros.
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'We know how far we've got to go' - Scotland boss Clarke rues missed opportunity

Scotland's defeat in Israel was a missed opportunity and highlighted "how far we've got to go", says head coach Steve Clarke, as his side missed out on promotion to Nations League A.
Tags: News, Scotland, Israel, Clarke, Steve Clarke

Clarke calls on goal-shy Scotland to be more clinical

Netanya (Israel) (AFP) – Steve Clarke admitted Scotland have to start scoring goals to ensure the progress he has made as national team boss does not stall after a 1-0 defeat in Israel on Wednesday.... Visit for the rest of the story.
Tags: Scotland, Israel, Sport, Soccer, Clarke, Steve Clarke, Afp, Netanya Israel

Israel 1-0 Scotland: Clarke's side miss out on Nations League promotion

Scotland fail to add Nations League promotion to their momentous Euro 2020 qualification as they slip to a limp defeat in Israel.
Tags: News, Scotland, Israel, Clarke

Lawsuits seeking to challenge Biden's electoral wins in 4 states were reportedly withdrawn

Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden speaks during a campaign rally at Renaissance High School in Detroit, AP Photo/Paul Sancya Lawsuits seeking to challenge President-elect Joe Biden's electoral wins in four states were withdrawn as President Donald Trump refuses to concede, CNN reported Monday. The suits were filed in federal courts by voters in Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, claiming voter fraud with no evidence. The news of the dropped laws...
Tags: Politics, News, White House, Trends, Joe Biden, Cnn, Pennsylvania, Clarke, Biden, Donald Trump, Detroit, Trump, Election 2020, Paul Sancya, Bopp, Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law

Washington, D.C.: How Big was the Million MAGA March, REALLY? And why do BLAMTIFA continue to terrorize business owners and innocent people?

ANOTHER QUICK, UNEDITED DISPATCH: MUCH GOING ON HERE. THIS DISPATCH IS PERFECTLY ACCURATE IF NOT PERFECTLY WRITTEN – thank you for forgiveness runaway commas. We begin on Saturday, 14 November 2020, Washington, D.C. Million MAGA March, 14 November 2020, Washington, D.C. Photo by Masako Ganaha How big was the march? I was there. And at hundreds of others around the world. And have faced this question hundreds of times. Therefore, I studied for the answer. Proud Boys arriving at Freed...
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Can AI help us create a more diverse workforce or will it reinforce the status quo?

If you’ve applied for a job at a large company in the last few years, there’s a good chance that an algorithm sorted your resume before a human being even saw it. Companies that make AI hiring algorithms are out to disrupt recruiting and hiring by making it faster and easier to find the “right” candidate. But what does that mean for applicants who are a good fit but don’t “check all the boxes”? And what does it mean for women and people of color who are historically underrepresented in many ind...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Boston, US, Unilever, Artificial Intelligence, Clarke, Workplace Diversity, Career Advice, Harvard Business Review, Black, Ron Wyden, Reuters, Pacific Islanders, Cory Booker

Scotland places at Euro 2020 up for grabs, says Clarke

London (AFP) – Scotland manager Steve Clarke says his players will start competing for places in his Euro 2020 squad when they face Slovakia in the Nations League on Sunday. The Scots reached their first... Visit for the rest of the story.
Tags: London, Scotland, Sport, Soccer, Clarke, Slovakia, Steve Clarke, Afp, Nations League

Dependable, intelligent & ego free - Scotland boss Clarke, by those who know him best

BBC Scotland speaks to those who know Steve Clarke best to find out about the man who has ended the nation's 23-year wait to reach a major men's finals.
Tags: News, Scotland, Bbc, Clarke, Steve Clarke

Former FA chairman Clarke resigns from FIFA Council

London (AFP) – Former Football Association chairman Greg Clarke resigned from his role as a FIFA vice-president on Thursday, two days after he left the FA over a series of offensive remarks. Clarke quit his... Visit for the rest of the story.
Tags: London, Sport, Soccer, Fifa, Fa, Clarke, Afp, Greg Clarke, FIFA Council, AFP Former Football Association

Former FA chairman Clarke resigns as Fifa vice president

Former Football Association chairman Greg Clarke stands down as vice president of Fifa.
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Southgate reveals ‘upset’ at the FA over Clarke remarks

London (AFP) – England manager Gareth Southgate said Football Association chairman Greg Clarke had no option but to resign after making a series of inflammatory remarks when giving evidence to lawmakers on Tuesday. Clarke, 63,... Visit for the rest of the story.
Tags: England, London, Sport, Soccer, Football Association, Clarke, Gareth Southgate, Afp, Greg Clarke, Southgate

The CEO of New York's WNBA team gives her best advice for anyone who wants to take the next big step in their career

Keia Clarke, CEO of WNBA's The Liberty, shared her top career advice. The Liberty The CEO of the WNBA's The New York Liberty team, Keia Clarke shared her top career advice: Don't be afraid to apply for a job you're not 100% sure you're qualified for.  She said women need to hear this advice because they are less likely to apply for jobs for which they feel underqualified.  Indeed, LinkedIn research shows women are 16% less likely to apply to a job than men after looking at it. Women ar...
Tags: New York, Careers, Trends, Women in Leadership, Clarke, Career Advice, Harvard Business Review, WNBA, Coo, Don, Mohr, Tara Mohr, New York Liberty, Diversity and Inclusion, Career Advancement, Harvard Business

'Clarke resignation does not mean FA will change' - players warn of structural problems

The resignation of chairman Greg Clarke is not going to improve diversity at the Football Association, says former England defender Joleon Lescott.
Tags: England, News, Football Association, Clarke, Greg Clarke

Clarke resigns as FA chairman after remark about black players

Greg Clarke resigns as FA chairman following the language he used when talking to MPs about diversity.
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