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Back to Your Financial Future (Rob Booker and Lou Basenese)

10/07/2020, San Francisco // KISSPR //

On October 14th, at 1 pm EST, Rob Booker and Lou Basenese’s Back to Your Financial Future event is set to take place that will share four simple moves that could rewrite the future of finance for your family’s fortunes. The upcoming webinar that will reveal investment tricks that users can use to make millions of dollars for their savings accounts. Users are given the  chance to sign up for a unique subscription-based service  called Micro-Cap Advantage for continued recommendations from two of America’s most trusted financial gurus in 2020.

Given the central theme of Rob and Lou’s magical DeLorean time machine adventure, many wonder what exactly is Back to Your Financial Future? In short, it gives individuals an edge over others and a chance to earn a little extra money, even if they are already well off. So much could be done with

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Biocom Celebrates the Winners of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2020

Biocom, the association representing the life science industry of California, issued the following statement regarding the announcement that the Nobel Prize in chemistry was awarded to Jennifer Doudna, Ph.D. of the University of California, Berkeley and Emmanuelle Charpentier, Ph.D. of the Max Planck Unit for the Science of Pathogens for their discovery of the genetic scissors CRISPR/Cas9.

“Since the discovery of CRISPR/Cas9 by Drs. Doudna and Charpentier – a result of resilience, curiosity and unfettered innovation – this genome editing tool has revolutionized the field of genetics,” said Joe Panetta, president and CEO of Biocom. “Dr. Doudna is an important visionary in the Bay Area and beyond, and her recognition speaks to the booming innovation in California’s unparalleled life science industry. Drs. Doudna and Charpentier have cemented themselves as tremendous role models for all women in STEM. Without their demonstrated determination, creativity and exploratory spirit, such game-changing scientific breakthroughs and

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How the Boston Red Sox Score Big on Service and Sales

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Jason Lumsden
Director of IT,
Boston Red Sox

Jason’s experience in technology and business development has afforded him top manager and consultant roles with large organizations across the world. As the Director of IT for the Boston Red Sox, Jason guides the team’s digital strategy and leads an internal Technology Steering Committee. He also oversees all business and baseball projects.

Prior to joining the Red Sox, he held various consultant and business development roles. He was with Accenture globally working closely with Fortune 500 companies.

Jason earned his Master of Science degree in Information Assurance at Norwich University in Vermont—the same school he attended for undergraduate studies. He also won an NCAA hockey championship with Norwich in 2000.

When COVID-19 led to a shortened 60-game season for MLB teams, it raised the stakes for the Boston Red Sox. We spoke with Jason Lumsden, Director of IT, to discover the advantages

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Mercado Libre will show us stories of entrepreneurs in its new campaign

The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the digital transformation of businesses, since not being able to sell in physical spaces, they looked for ways to continue operating through the internet. In this context, Mercado Libre presented a campaign called ” Let’s put the economy in gear ” with the aim of making visible the stories of all the entrepreneurs who are part of the economic reactivation of Latin America.

The company seeks to inspire progress and solidarity through the message: “behind each purchase made within the platform there is an entire economy starting up.”



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“During the pandemic, thousands of SMEs and startups throughout Latin America were digitally reconverted. Mercado Libre wants to motivate Latin American entrepreneurs to join the platform and see us as an ally in the economic recovery. We are

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Free Pikmin 3 Deluxe Demo Coming To Switch eShop Today, Lets You Transfer Progress To Full Game

Pikmin 3 Deluxe launches on Nintendo Switch later this month, but players will have a chance to sample it before then. During today’s Treehouse Live stream, Nintendo announced that a free Pikmin 3 Deluxe demo is coming to the eShop tonight, and you’ll unlock some things in the full game for playing it.

If you can defeat the final boss at the end of the demo, you’ll unlock the Ultra-Spicy difficulty in the full version of Pikmin 3 Deluxe right from the outset. Ultra-Spicy is a brand-new difficulty option for Pikmin veterans that caps your Pikmin field limit at 60, making the experience more challenging.

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Big tech responds to antitrust report

The major tech platforms push back against the House antitrust report, Google Assistant gets a “guest” mode and we interview a freshly minted Nobel laureate. This is your Daily Crunch for October 7, 2020.

The big story: Big tech responds to antitrust report

The House Judiciary Committee released its tech antitrust report late yesterday, concluding that the big tech platforms should face additional regulation. Recommendations include creating new separations to prevent dominant platforms from operating in adjacent lines of business, new requirements for interoperability and data portability and increased restrictions on mergers and acquisitions.

For now, these are just recommendations — and they weren’t endorsed by the committee’s Republican minority. But they have prompted forceful responses from four of the companies targeted by the report: Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google.

Amazon, for example, dismissed the committee’s views as “fringe notions” and “regulatory spitballing,” while Apple said it “vehemently” disagrees with

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Big Tech stocks are buys on any negative antitrust news, Jim Cramer says

Big Tech stocks barely flinched one day after members of Congress recommended parts of their underlying companies be broken up, but investors should be ready to buy if the stocks dip in the future, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Wednesday.

“The time these Big Tech stocks get hit by some bad headlines from the House Judiciary Committee is the time you have to buy them,” the “Mad Money” host said. “Regardless of who wins the White House next month, they’re not gonna roll back 40 years of antitrust.”

The comments come on the heels of a Democratic congressional staff report out Tuesday that called for updates to the nation’s antitrust laws and to shake up operations of the largest U.S. technology corporations. The report charges Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Alphabet subsidiary Google with having monopoly power.

Facebook was the only one of the three stocks to fall in Wednesday’s session, slipping

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Investor Urges Disney To Spend On Streaming, Not Dividends

Activist investor Daniel Loeb on Wednesday urged Walt Disney Co. to skip paying an annual dividend and instead pour the $3 billion into hits for its streaming television service.

Loeb, founder of Third Point hedge fund, made his pitch in a letter to Disney chief executive Bob Chapek and the board of directors.

Loeb reasoned that skipping a few dollars per share in dividends, the entertainment giant could use the money to more than double its budget for content at Disney+ streaming service.

“Disney has built one of the largest streaming platforms in the world, already within the original 5-year Disney+ subscriber target range of 60-90 million,” Loeb said in the letter, a copy of which was obtained by AFP.

“To further capitalize on this transformational opportunity, we believe the company should permanently suspend its $3 billion annual dividend and redirect this capital entirely into content production and acquisition for

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Arm exec says ‘firewalls’ will protect customer info after Nvidia deal

By Stephen Nellis

(Reuters) – If Nvidia Corp <NVDA.O> buys Arm Ltd from SoftBank Group Corp <9984.T>, Arm will keep “firewalls” in place to ensure the data center chip company does not access confidential information from Arm’s customers or get early access to Arm’s products, a top Arm executive told Reuters on Tuesday.

The $40 billion deal announced last month would reshape the global semiconductor sector because Arm has long acted as a neutral player, supplying intellectual property to Apple Inc <AAPL.O>, Qualcomm Inc <QCOM.O> and many others that goes into chips for most of the world’s smart phones and many other kinds of chips.

Nvidia has displaced Intel Corp <INTC.O> as the biggest U.S. chip company by market capitalization on the strength of its data center chips for artificial intelligence. It has said it will keep Arm’s business model of openly licensing the company’s technology throughout the chip industry.

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North Korea scientists criticize Oracle’s database system as slow, costly

Oct. 7 (UPI) — North Korean engineers gave Oracle’s database management system low marks in a research paper published by Pyongyang’s Kim Il Sung University, according to a South Korean press report.

NK Economy reported Wednesday the second issue of Volume 66 of
an academic journal of geo-environmental studies from the university included a paper about “indexing for constructing a large-scale panorama image database management system.”

North Korean researchers wrote that “database management systems such as those of Oracle take a great deal of time” to process and store large amounts of data.

“It’s time consuming, it’s expensive and impossible to search for [storage] space.”

North Korean engineers also claimed they researched methods of storing and managing image data using file indexing and basic search methods. The paper compared the North Korean method to those of Oracle. The North Korean method of data management “cut processing time by about half,”

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