Headlines on 2019-04-19

  • The Impact Of The Mueller Report On The 2020 Elections

    The Mueller report has implications for the 2020 presidential race. David Greene talks to Republican strategist Scott Jennings and Democratic strategist Karine Jean-Pierre about what's at stake.

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  • California Parents Sentenced To Life In Prison After Years Of Torturing 12 Children

    "My parents took my whole life from me," said one of the couple's adult daughters who testified against David and Louise Turpin on Friday. "But now I'm taking my life back."

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  • Meet the programmer-turned-drummer-turned-lawyer who's helping open source startups stand their ground against Amazon's cloud amid a 'clash of ideologies'

    Open source licensing lawyer Heather Meeker, one of Business Insider's 100 people transforming business, has helped companies like MongoDB, Redis Labs, and Confluent write new software licenses. These companies changed their licenses in response to cloud vendors like Amazon Web Services selling the software they created -- which is completely legal. Meeker discusses the controversy around these licenses from advocates who say they go against the definition of open source. Meeker helps open...

    Business Insider
  • The ultimate guide to nailing your job interview

    This comprehensive list of interview tips will get you one step closer to your dream job. We cover what to wear, what to ask, how to shake hands, and more. For example: Flaunt your potential over your past accomplishments, and resist the urge to humblebrag. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. In the last few years, Business Insider has published tons of expert and science-backed tips on acing an interview. Now, we're putting them all together in a comprehensive guide that takes you from...

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  • Wall Street firms are being taken over by 22-year-olds — here are the big banks that rely on junior talent the most

    Wall Street investment banks are spending more on tech and eliminating rote tasks that used to go to junior staff. But the banks aren't cutting back on their crops of recent college grads — if anything, they're relying more on younger workers. Analysis of FINRA records by efinancialcareers shows that nearly one-fifth of Finra-licensed employees at the big New York banks are brand new to the business.   Some banks, like Barclays and Goldman Sachs, rely more heavily on first years than...

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  • The Weather Channel was briefly kicked off air after getting hit with a ransomware attack

    The Weather Channel suffered a ransomware attack on Thursday morning.  The network was knocked off air for over an hour as a result of the malware attack.  Ransomware is a type of malware used by cybercriminals to lock up a target's computer or network. Once the malicious software is installed, it holds your computer hostage or blocks access to files by encrypting them.  Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. The Weather Channel was kicked off air on Thursday morning after suffering a...

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