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Why Businesses Should Pay Attention to the 2020 Census

An accurate population count could have huge economic implications, but you can help.

LinkedIn Profile With AI-Generated Pic Tried to Schmooze With DC Insiders

The profile attempted to network with former government officials.

These 5 Blockchain Solutions Could Restore Your Optimism in the Technology

Blockchain promises to be a powerful tool for rooting corruption plaguing societies around the world.

Senate Committee Sets High-Stakes Vote to Advance Kavanaugh After Day of Drama

The vote comes after a historic day of emotional testimony from him and Christine Blasey Ford, the psychology professor who accuses him of sexually assaulting her in high school.

Steven Pinker, Author of Bill Gates's Favorite Book, Says Entrepreneurs Should Trust Stats, Not Their Intuition

The Harvard psychology professor discusses his thoughts on the roles and responsibilities of business today.

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