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  • Trump: ‘If You’re Not Happy Here, Then You Can Leave’

    President Donald Trump used a Made in America showcase event on Monday to again call on a number of freshman female congresswomen to leave the United States if they’re not happy here, and come back if they want. Read Full Story

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  • Trump: ‘If You’re Not Happy Here, Then You Can Leave’

    President Donald Trump used a Made in America showcase event on Monday to again call on a number of freshman female congresswomen to leave the United States if they’re not happy here, and come back if they want.

    CNS News
  • Can cannabis treat anxiety? It's complicated

    Marijuana companies and users proclaim the drug’s utility as a treatment but hard evidence is more difficult to come by Many cannabis users and businesses are invested in the idea of cannabis as an anxiety treatment. The position invites skepticism: marijuana companies have a financial interest in promoting a maximalist view of the drug’s benefits, and in patients it can look like a rationalization for excessive use. As with other health conditions, the available research is inconclusive and...

    the Guardian
  • Listen: New Opportunities in the Cannabis Business

    G. Ryan Ansin is a top tier investor and founder of Revolution Farms. Here's where he sees the business going.

    GreenEntrepreneur
  • How you can prepare for times of business crisis

    The ability to act immediately against denial of service, ransomware, and other cyber-attacks will set modern organisations apart from their competitors.

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  • Here's how gamification can help your business understand your users

    Today’s operations require more comprehensive stores of information, most of which deals expressly in the human behavior of consumers or internal teams. To truly understand a product’s performance, for example, companies must know how many people buy it, how they use it, and what the consensus is—good or bad. Of course, that’s merely a basic illustration, as much more robust stores of data are necessary to inform decisions and events. Unfortunately, the traditional methods for gathering all of...

    The Next Web
  • Facebook and Google can see what porn you’re watching

    Web masterminds can see what helps you masturbate. Facebook, Google and Oracle cloud are secretly tracking the porn you watch, according to a new joint study from Microsoft, Carnegie Mellon, and the University of Pennsylvania. Researchers investigated 22,484 sex sites using a handy tool called webXray, which exposes tracking tools funneling data back to third

    New York Post