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Amazon defeats all shareholder's proposals at the annual meeting Amazon easily defeated the record-breaking 15 proposals from workers and activist groups who were pushing to make this year’s meeting about the company’s track record on warehouse safety, and human rights. Tech enthusiasts and workers embraced the shareholder proposal as an opportunity to publicize their concerns about Amazon’s treatment of employees. Amazon...
Inside the cleanroom Transistors are switches that control electricity. Computers use them to create information. More transistors means more power and speed. A chip has many transistors, but each transistor controls only one part of the circuit. Bell Labs created the first transistor in 1947. In 1952, the transistor was used in the first working electronic digital computer. By 1954, the...
Helping teachers pay for classroom supplies  Teachers do as much as they possibly can to help their students succeed. They're not throwing pizza parties nor are they wasting their time on frivolous things. They're spending their own money on classroom supplies without being reimbursed by the government. They're not spending their money on anything else. As the cost of education increases,...
NY Times ABA May Eliminate Standardized Tests For Law School Admissions Law school admissions tests are not required by any state or federal government. The American Bar Association does not mandate them either. However, some states do require standardized tests for applicants. In New York, for example, the State Education Department requires students to pass an exam before applying to...
Thiel's departure from the board was announced in February. He's been part of Facebook since its early days. Thiel spends millions of dollars supporting conservative politicians. He backs J.D. Vance who runs for Senate in Ohio. He also supports Blake Masters who runs for Senate in Arizona. Thiel has been by far one of the most controversial figures among Meta's community....

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