Kill the tech bro, save the world: how CEOs became Hollywood’s new supervillains

Hollywood has a history of drawing on collective fears. The dawn of the atomic age saw a boom in world-ending disasters, James Bond battled Russians all throughout the cold war, and the post-9/11 era saw a grimly predictable rise in Arab and Muslim bad-guys. Read full Article

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Europe, not the U.S., is now the most powerful regulator of Silicon Valley

Europe implemented a sweeping overhaul of digital-privacy laws on Friday that has reshaped how technology companies handle customer data, creating a de-facto global standard that gives Americans new protections and the nation’s technology companies new headaches. Read full Article

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Free Cash to Fight Income Inequality? California City Is First in U.S. to Try

STOCKTON, Calif. — This town in California’s Central Valley has long functioned as a display case for wrenching troubles afflicting American life: The housing bust that turned Stockton into an epicenter of a national foreclosure disaster and plunged the city into bankruptcy. Read full Article

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Is Artificial Intelligence the Future of Advisory Work?

No doubt you’ve been hearing a bit lately about artificial intelligence (AI), but what relevance does AI and associated technologies have for business advisors, coaches, and professional service firms? Is AI a potential competitive advantage, just another distraction, or a replacement for the adv Read full Article

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Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk and the Feud Over Killer Robots

SAN FRANCISCO — Mark Zuckerberg thought his fellow Silicon Valley billionaire Elon Musk was behaving like an alarmist. Mr. Read full Article

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