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Chances are, we all know someone who has talked about a boss they didn’t care for.  It’s easy to blame the person in charge and to deflect internal unhappiness onto an external target. The key to getting yourself out of the blame game is to know yourself and what you want from the person you […]

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Puerto Rico has now endured the longest power failure in U.S. history, after Category 4 Hurricane Maria tore a path of destruction across the island on Sept. 20. One of the contracts the island’s beleaguered government signed in order to get the lights turned back on is with a tiny Montana-based company named Whitefish Energy.  […]

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Chances are, we all know someone who has talked about a boss they didn’t care for.  It’s easy to blame the person in charge and to deflect internal unhappiness onto an external target. The key to getting yourself out of the blame game is to know yourself and what you want from the person you […]

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Amazon Wine sellers received an announcement from the retailer on Monday that sucks for the businesses using the five-year-old service. In an email, Amazon told the sellers that the wine delivery service would end by the end of this year, according to Tech Crunch. Existing laws surrounding alcohol sales, and the company’s own growth, have […]

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Facebook spooked media outlets this week when it confirmed a test in which it kicked all publishers and brands out of the News Feed. But the news isn’t much of a surprise. The social network has been gradually winding down the number of users reachable without paid promotion for years as its has made room […]

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Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. You take that yoga class twice a week and do your daily meditation practice (when you see the push notification from the app) but mindfulness is really about staying present in every moment, even when you’re slammed at […]

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Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Facebook isn’t just a place for getting into political arguments with your uncle and liking pictures of your ex at 3 a.m. It’s also a place for business. Everyone from your dentist to your local Olive Garden uses […]

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A Moscow-based cybersecurity firm called Kaspersky Lab has admitted it got a hold of hacking tools linked to the NSA. But it insists the tools were obtained without malicious intent and not provided to the Russian government. The Russian government did, however, wind up in possession of those tools, which include information about how the U.S. […]

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Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. The video gaming industry is all in when it comes to the world of virtual reality. Revenue for the market keeps growing, and new VR headsets and experiences pop up all the time. The appeal for players is […]

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Ousted Uber CEO but still-Uber-board-member Travis Kalanick named two new directors to Uber’s board without consulting anyone else at the ride-hailing company he founded.  Despite Kalanick’s looming presence over Uber, the people actually running the company now were not happy with his scheme.  SEE ALSO: Uber CEO admits ‘we’ve got things wrong’ in open letter […]

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No one expected Megyn Kelly’s move from inflammatory Fox News host to soft-focus daytime talk show host to be a smooth ride but, if the first week is any indication, it’s going to be a lot more awkward than we could have imagined. SEE ALSO: Megyn Kelly debuts her new morning show and Twitter hated […]

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It’s a tried and true trope of startups: the 21-year-old college dropout founder with a brilliant idea. These days, however, 21 just ain’t that young. A startup accelerator called the Tardigrade Group wants to push future founders to get started earlier. The startup incubator for teens, by teens, recruits and supports entrepreneurial high-schoolers that want […]

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Amazon’s first game was fine.  In many ways, it was the typical experience of live TV over the internet. There were bugs, but it worked. The stream did well, something that’s not always the case, especially for first-time streamers of live events. There was a sound problem that got fixed. The ads were the typical […]

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