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Forget extra vacation days, good health insurance, and 401k matching — these companies take their employee perks above and beyond.Glassdoor/FacebookFacebook, Google, Netflix, and other top companies in the US are competing for the best talent out there.See which companies are raising the bar and going beyond free food, on-site gyms, and 401(k)s to attract new talent.According to career site Glassdoor, more than half (57%) of all workers say perks and benefits are among the top things they consider when deciding whether to accept a job, and almost 80% of employees say they would prefer new benefits over a pay raise.Spotify provides six months of paid parental leave, plus one month of flexible work options for parents returning to the office.Lactation consultations for new moms at American Express
Seats are limited--secure yours now Most everyone has a general understanding of the laws of attraction.It s the idea that tells us by focusing on positive or negative thoughts, a person brings positive or negative experiences into their life.We have to take attitude out of the equation, and replace it with proven marketing tactics that will get leads interested in your business.Getting out of the office is the only way to do that.While you may not win with affordability or the amount of shade provided, you can win by explaining how your product is the easiest to carry and set up when you re hauling four kids and all their stuff to the beach.To showcase this expertise, you could create videos that show the time and effort it takes to load a traditional beach umbrella into a car and then haul it to the beach versus how much easier it is with your product.
Photographer: Ted S Warren / AP / TT Amazon Web Services, AWS, is investing heavily in Scandinavia. The company is on site in Stockholm and Helsinki, in the office hotel, but the company is growing fast locally and hiring right now ranging from IT architects to business developers. As digital technology could reveal in December AWS will soon open an entire office in Stockholm. Now it is clear that the company will open a larger office at Drottninggatan in central Stockholm in the autumn. Nordic and Stockholm is a very exciting place to be, says Eric Morales, head of AWS Nordic team for gaming companies and startups. The AWS is in Sweden and Finland is precisely due to the many successful Startupfactory and gaming companies here, among the large customers are Supercell Clash of Clans, Rovio Angry Birds and King Candy Crush Saga.
It is very likely that the HMD includes Foxconn Global power circuit. HMD Global says on its website that the company owns a fund called Smart Connect and HMD's management. The fund in turn leads to acquisition of Nokia's director of the year 1999-2011 worked as Jean-Francois Baril. essential HMD-organization of is the fact that he is established in early 2015 Ginko Ventures, the venture capital company called founder and shareholder. Ginko and Foxconn are still not HMD's owners, says the company's communications Britain to hand the attending representative of the Office of Communications. Story updated 17.39 Foxconn comment on a post.
By Dustin Volz and Mark HosenballWASHINGTON Reuters - U.S. presidential campaigns face threats from hackers bent on espionage and other activity more nefarious than mere political mischief, the office of the U.S. National Intelligence Director James Clapper said on Wednesday, but did not provide details on specific intrusions.We re aware that campaigns and related organizations and individuals are targeted by actors with a variety of motivations— from philosophical differences to espionage — and capabilities— from defacements to intrusions, Clapper s spokesman Brian Hale said in a statement, deferring to the FBI for details on specific incidents.Earlier, Clapper said the U.S. intelligence community had already had some indications of hacking attempts against presidential campaigns.The Republican and Democratic candidates for president will begin receiving intelligence briefings after being officially nominated at party conventions this summer.He said the sessions would not be used to try to persuade Trump to soften his stance about a proposed ban on Muslim immigration, which some national security professionals have said is counterproductive to fighting Islamic extremism.We ve been doing this for many years, it s not designed to shape anybody s worldview, Clapper said.
In the same week as Tim Cook went on the charm offensive in China and Apple opened a new app design accelerator in India, the Cupertino company has now officially unveiled the next step in its mission to capitalize on Asia: a new development hub in Hyderabad, India.The news isn t all that surprising, as reports circulated earlier this year that Apple was set to open a new base in the southern Indian state of Telangana, but Apple has now confirmed full details of the office, which will focus specifically on developing Apple Maps.Apple says the new office, which will be located at WaveRock campus on the outskirts of the city, will create up to 4,000 jobs and represents the company s first development hub outside the U.S.While Apple Maps has historically been regarded as inferior to alternatives such as Google Maps, the company s booming hardware business — bolstered substantially by iPhone — has meant that it has relied less on services.But with iPhone sales slowing, services will prove pivotal to Apple s future, which is why it recently invested $1 billion in Chinese ridesharing company Didi Chuxing.Apple is focused on making the best products and services in the world and we are thrilled to open this new office in Hyderabad which will focus on Maps development, said Apple CEO Tim Cook, in a press release.The talent here in the local area is incredible and we are looking forward to expanding our relationships and introducing more universities and partners to our platforms as we scale our operations.Apple Maps has improved considerably in recent years, and reports suggest that it s now used three times more often on iOS than Google Maps, but many still consider it inferior.And given that maps are such a key service on mobile, Apple s move to open a major hub dedicated to just that is notable.
Launched out of Y Combinator and Kickstarter in 2012, Boosted Boards makes electric longboards controlled with a handheld wireless remote.The Gen 2 boards also include some other cool new features:Accessory Port – so you can plug in onboard headlights and taillights, or charge your phoneImproved Water Resistance – so you can handle hitting the odd puddle or damp street, though you still shouldn t ride in the rain or through significant standing waterStronger, More Secure Connectivity – to prevent your handheld remote from disconnecting from the board if you hit a Bluetooth interference, and protect you from hackersBetter Deck, Wheels, And Drivetrain – for a smoother ride on a lighter board, plus better carving, torque, braking, acceleration, and hill climbingModular, User-Swappable Components – so you can customize, upgrade, and repair your boardInternational Sales Approval – so you can finally buy one no matter where you liveThe improved security is especially important after Wired reported last year that researchers discovered they could hack the Boosted Board over Bluetooth and take control of it.Me, riding a Boosted before my accidentAfter 13 years of longboarding and 2.5 on my Boosted without injury, a giant pothole swallowed me up.Boosted s are the best not just because of the specs, but because of the more subtle mapping of the controller to the board.Flooring it every chance you get might feel fun and look cool, but your body could pay the price.Sick of walking from the train to the office?
This week I m excited to feature Carol Krol, editor-in-chief of DemandGen Report.Location: I work from my home office in New York City, and twice a week I commute to the office in Hasbrouck Heights, NJ.It s lovely when the sun streams through in the morning, but I usually have to shut the windows and go on mute on conference calls because of occasional sirens.I have a tiny knight on horseback figurine on my desk that I got at The Cloisters years ago.I love music, but I m all about the lyrics, so I find listening to most music while working is a distraction.A former boss and mentor pointed it out, gently, years ago and I ve been practicing listening and not interrupting ever since.
US cloud giant Salesforce is expanding its UK headquarters in one of London's tallest skyscrapers.The San Francisco enterprise software company, which has a market cap of $77 billion £52.7 billion , announced the office expansion on Thursday at its largest customer event outside the US, alongside several other investments into the UK.The expansion will see Salesforce go from occupying four floors at 110 Bishopsgate to 10 floors, a Salesforce spokeswoman told Business Insider, adding that some floors are still under construction.Salesforce has not disclosed which floors it is taking or when they will be fully occupied.Salesforce tried and failed to officially rename the building— widely known to Londoners as Heron Tower — after itself in 2014.The company signed a 15-year naming rights deal with Heron International in May 2014 but City of London council members voted in September 2014 in favour of naming the skyscraper "110 Bishopsgate," after the building's street address.Several of the building's existing tenants, including failed startup Powa Technologies, were unhappy over the proposed Salesforce rebranding.At the time of the name change, Ant Sharp, Powa Technologies deputy chair, reportedly said it was "at best rude and at worse is contrary to the law and leases we signed."Despite not gaining official naming rights, Salesforce and Heron International still refer to the building as Salesforce Tower."NOW WATCH: This smart earpiece translates languages as they are spokenLoading video...
Fresh NSA files reveal 2002 probe into Putin's suspected links with organised crime in St PetersburgIn the early 2000s, intelligence experts at the US National Security Agency NSA successfully intercepted calls from the phone of a Russian crime boss in order to probe suspected links with Vladimir Putin, it has been revealed."State wanted to learn whether there were any links between the St Petersburg syndicate and Russian President Vladimir Putin, who had been deputy mayor of St Petersburg in the mid-1990s," said the 2003 document from an internal NSA newsletter called SIDToday, produced by the agency's Signals Intelligence Directorate.As such, the release, which is labelled TS/SI for Top Secret, provides previously unknown insight into how the NSA – in its own words – "attacks" new intelligence targets from scratch."The Office of Crime and Narcotics OCN is now issuing SIGNT reports based on intercept of Kumaran's telephone," wrote the chief of NSA's Transnational Organised Crime Branch at the time.Headquarters of the National Security Agency in Fort Meade, Maryland, USAllegations of corruptionLast year, a number of officials with reported links to Putin were named in a high-profile Spanish investigation that examined how members of the Tambov crime syndicate expanded into Spain in 1996, while Putin was the deputy mayor of St Petersburg.In the investigation after his death, it emerged that Litvinenko, a former KGB spy, claimed in a report that "Putin's enforcer" Viktor Ivanov had close ties with crime gangs involved in cocaine smuggling.
Theranos' business model is built on the idea that it can offer more than 100 simple blood tests directly to patients at a much lower cost than traditional blood labs, ideally using its own technology to test that blood with only a finger-prick.But it has faced accusations about the validity of its technology since last year, and in January the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services found problems with its Northern California lab in January, saying some of its practices "pose immediate jeopardy to patient health and safety.Its founder Elizabeth Holmes said in a TV interview recently that, "we stopped testing and have taken the approach of saying, 'Let s rebuild this entire lab from scratch so that we can ensure it never happens again.Take a consumer genetics test, for example: Rather than making an appointment at the doctor, sitting for an array of expensive genetic tests, waiting days for the results and then having to trek back to the office to discuss them at your physician's convenience, the company offered a simple, straightforward alternative: Spit in a tube, mail it in, and get results online in a visual, simple-to-understand format.Theranos has been doing something similar, but with blood instead of spit."We've taken comprehensive corrective measures to address the issues CMS raised in their observations.Many "disruptive" Silicon Valley health companies have run into this regulatory problem as well.But because Theranos focuses on blood tests, which provide information that the average person could act on, like diagnosing a sexually transmitted disease or monitoring an existing diagnosis, Theranos faces an additional scrutiny.For example, a patient who had gotten a blood test through Theranos went to the emergency room in 2014 after a blood-test result that showed abnormally high results, The Journal reported."Holmes then went on to explain, in veiled terms, a bit about how the company runs its tests in an attempt to dispel some claims about dilution methods.
Many say they would rather sit in the office on the other side of the street where our support is, says Jonas Mårtensson. Photo: Nicklas Storbjörk Soon after they left the three founders of the company and Jonas Mårtensson, twin to Carl Manneh, took over the role of CEO in a shocking stage of its development. We talked a lot about the culture of Mojang and how it fits in with Microsoft's culture. On Tuesday revealed Di Digital to Mojang in its latest financial year had sales of 4.2 billion. One of them is Minecraft-edu, a variant of the successful title focusing on classes that Microsoft bought the developer Teacher Gaming in January. Later revealed that Di Digital based trio had received a dividend of EUR 1 billion from the parent company Mojang Synergies.
Confirms target was Labor members, rejects claims the timing of the raids was politicalAFP Commissioner Andrew ColvinAustralian Federal Police AFP has confirmed it raided the office of Labor senator Stephen Conroy and the home of a staffer of opposition communications minister Jason Claire over leaked documents pertaining to Australia's NationalB Network NBN .Sensitive documents have been repeatedly leaked since late last year revealing budget blow-outs, delays, and alternative network architectures.Police began investigating in December following a referral by nbnTM, the organisation that builds and operates the NBN.The NBN is a politically-charged issue in Australia, with failures in delivery speed and build delays used as a political weapon by both the Government and opposition.AFP officers also raided a home in the suburb of Brunswick."The documents reveal Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's mismanagement and incompetence in running the NBN," Drefus told ABC's Radio National.
The tangle themselves properly when they are kidnapped by insurgents and the United States will do everything to get them released. Gervais got his big break with the amazing television series The Office 2001. He has also managed a number of other series, films, stand-up and acted controversial host of the Golden Globe Awards four times. But, unfortunately, we must note that his latest film is a complete total miss. The characters are not funny and lacks chemistry altogether. We hope for a comeback with David Brent: Life on the Road, which is scheduled to premiere later this year.
The Hubble Space Telescope, like that guy in the office who owns a DSLR, has been roped in to take a few photos in advance of an important event.Before that, on 22 May, the Red Planet will line up in precisely with the Earth and the Sun so that its Earth-facing hemisphere is fully illuminated - an act of stellar ballet known as 'opposition'In one of the photos taken by Hubble above you can see a lovely selection of the Red Planet's features, from the ancient lava flows of Sinus Sabaeus to the enormous, ancient shield volcano of Syrtis Major - one of the planet's first-identified features in the 17th century.While Mars' atmosphere is about 100 times thinner than the Earth's, it can still support clouds.Over the southern polar cap in the photo, where it's currently winter, you can see an extended blanket of clouds, as well as a wispy cloud extending at least 1,000 miles in the mid-northern latitudes of the planet.Less than 35 million.But the distances change because both orbits are tilted slightly with respect to each other.
Newer companies, like Slack or HipChat, have brought some colour and life to the office, but only focus on one very specific aspect – instant interaction – that does not permeate much beyond a specific type of employee or workplace.The Royal Bank of Scotland, which was one of the first companies to trial the software on a large scale, saw over 90% of its users return to Facebook at Work, according to Kevin Hanley, who leads design at the bank.Rather than scrolling through BuzzFeed, which is unlikely to have any work-related content, users are at least looking at semi-relevant updates."It's a different way of using Facebook," said Jayenne Montana, a marketing manager at Landmark Group.It's unclear how many will stay, but users are definitely enjoying it.As Val-Pierre Genton, VP of Audience at BrightTALK, commented, Facebook at Work "makes our global teams feel more united and closer," and that's all the company wants.
As David Ogilvy said: If you re trying to persuade people to do something, or buy something, it seems to me you should use their language, the language they use every day, the language in which they think.An office manager at their desk, comparing laser printer prices and ink cartridge costs before heading to the office supply store.Okay the volume estimates aren t that accurate but within seconds I can see four times as many people searched for Donald Trump last month compared to Hillary Clinton.If I m reporting flat growth on sales for that month compared to the previous year, I m actually doing a good job, not a bad one, as it might have initially seemed.Answer the PublicTypically SEO s talk about keywords or keyphrases when we describe what people type into the search box, if we were being more accurate we should probably call them search queries.You type in a seed concept and it spits out visualisations on questions people have around that topic.
Software as a Service has become an essential component of any businesses operations.It has allowed them to reduce overheads and move much more quickly than they could with legacy software.SalesforceSalesforce has utilised the cloud to be an integral part of businesses.Salesforce works as a contact and pipeline manager that allows sales reps to function more efficiently whether working remotely or in the office.The German company is increasingly being seen as an integral component of operations inside a business.With well over 2.3 million paying subscribers to its Creative Cloud and more than two-thirds of Fortune 50 companies using its Marketing Cloud, the company is paving the way to SaaS success.
Image caption Many older people are reluctant users of the net, suggest ONS figuresAlmost two-thirds of people aged over 75 have never gone online, suggest figures from the Office for National Statistics ONS .It also revealed that 25% of disabled people have yet to use the net - a figure campaigners called "shocking".High costThe ONS bulletin on net use in the first three months of 2016 revealed that 91% of people living in London went online regularly."While we have seen a notable increase in internet usage across all groups in recent years, many older and disabled people are still not online," said Mr Lee.Mark Atkinson, chief executive at disability charity Scope, said it was "shocking" that 25% of disabled people had not used the net as it created a significant digital divide."Digital access has the power to make life cost less," he said.