Major companies ask Colorado residents not to apply for remote positions

Major companies have said in recent job postings that Colorado residents are ineligible to apply for certain remote positions because a new state law requires businesses to disclose the expected salary or pay range for positions, according to the Wall Street Journal. Why it matters: The law, which went into effect in January, is meant to help close the gender wage gap and to promote wage transparency for employees, but companies have said Coloradans need not apply to avoid disclosing the… Source link

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U.S. Open: Brian Harman four-putts from five feet – Yahoo Sports

Yahoo Entertainment ‘SNL’ stars recall fight between Bill Murray and Chevy Chase: ‘Very sad and painful and awful’ Jane Curtin and Laraine Newman, stars of Saturday Night Live when the show was in its infancy, appeared on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen Thursday, where they spoke about the fight between Bill Murray and Chevy Chase in 1978. After leaving the show, Chase had returned to host. Murray and Chase exchanged some deeply hurtful words following dress rehearsal, which soon… Source link

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China’s Cryptocurrency Mining Crackdown Intensifies, Spreads To Sichuan

Keeping a tough stance on cryptocurrencies, China has issued an order to crack down on crypto mining operations in Sichuan’s southwest province, Reuters reported. What Happened: On Friday, the Sichuan branch of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and the Sichuan Energy Bureau ordered cryptocurrency mining projects closed in the major mining center. The Commission demanded the closure of 26 suspected cryptocurrency mining projects by Sunday in the province. The authorities… Source link

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Lauren Boebert to antifa protesting her: ‘Get a job’

DENVER — Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert has a message for the anarchists and radical leftists aggressively protesting her and a conservative conference: “Get a job.” “Maybe this is their job. Maybe they’re paid to do it,” Boebert said in an interview with the Washington Examiner on Saturday. “You see this from extreme leftist progressives because either this is their job, either they are paid to do it, or they have nothing better to do, they’re sitting at home collecting a check,… Source link

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Bitcoin Fund Holdings Hit Four-Month Low

Bloomberg Cathie Wood Inspires Boom in New Funds That Upend ETF Order (Bloomberg) — Not so long ago, actively managed ETFs were rare. Now they’re being created at twice the rate of their passive rivals.Inspired by the success of Cathie Wood’s ARK Innovation ETF (ticker ARKK), exchange-traded fund issuers have this year launched 115 active products versus just 51 passive funds, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.That’s the first time active launches have ever outstripped passive,… Source link

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A man who boosted his Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine with a shot from Moderna said his side effects were a ‘little more severe’ the third time round

From left: Study volunteer and virologist Joseph Hyser, Chanei Henry, senior research coordinator of molecular virology and microbiology, and Dr. Robert Atmar, the principal investigator on the study. Baylor College of Medicine Scientists in the US are starting a booster shot trial, giving fully vaccinated people another jab. Participants are given a booster shot of the Moderna vaccine – whether they previously got 2 shots of an mRNA vaccine (from Pfizer or Moderna) or 1 adenovirus (J&J)… Source link

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‘We’re changing the face of what a software engineer looks like;’ Google diversity officer

As the nation celebrates the first-ever federally recognized Juneteenth holiday, Google (GOOG, GOOGL) has announced a $50 million unrestricted grant to 10 historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs). The grant represents the tech giant’s largest commitment to date for HBCUs and builds on Google’s Pathways to Tech initiative, which is part of the company’s racial equity initiative. The 10 HBCUs receiving funds include Claflin University (SC), Clark Atlanta University (GA),… Source link

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Yahoo Finance Presents: Ice Cube – BIG3

BIG3 Co-Founder and music and film legend Ice Cube sat down with Brian Sozzi to discuss the BIG3, his 3v3 basketball league that is re-starting it’s season in July, as well as his thoughts on social justice and diversity as the one year anniversary of his Contract with Black America approaches. Video Transcript BRIAN SOZZI: Joining “Yahoo! Finance” now is Ice Cube. Cube, good to finally talk with you here. So you just launched the fourth season of your basketball league. Tell us a… Source link

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UFC legend Anderson Silva open to boxing Paul brothers

After a highly productive career in MMA, Anderson Silva is taking on a new challenge. The former UFC middleweight champion will try his hand at boxing in a match against Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. on Saturday.  This isn’t going to be a one-fight deal for Silva, however. Once Saturday’s fight is over, Silva is looking for another opponent, and he’s open to that opponent being one of the Paul brothers, according to TMZ. Silva said “everything is possible” regarding his next fight. He mentioned that… Source link

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Emory Apologizes to Medical School Applicant Rejected Because He Was Black

More than six decades after Marion Hood was rejected by Emory University School of Medicine, he received another letter from the school. This time, it was an apology for refusing to admit him into its medical program because he was Black. “Your rejection letter serves as a somber reminder that generations of talented young men and women were denied educational opportunities because of their race, and our society was denied their full potential,” said the letter, which was sent in March… Source link

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