Business | I Like Working Retail. Why Am I Too Ashamed to Say So? Sections Skip to content Skip to site index work Friend Class anxieties and ungenerous colleagues can make good work situations feel bad. Here’s how to address both. Credit Credit Hugh Kretschmer for The New York Times Supported by ByMegan Greenwell June 26, 2019 Send questions about the office, money, careers and work-life balance to [email protected] . Include your name and location, even if you want them withheld. Letters may be edited. Congratulations, You Have Won! For more than 20 years I had the job I always dreamed about. I knew since junior high I wanted to work in what was then called “the record business.” After graduating from college I landed a job at a P.R. firm and over the years grew to a senior V.P. position earning well over six figures plus a nice, steady bonus. After the president of the company was … [Read more...] about I Like Working Retail. Why Am I Too Ashamed to Say So?
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White House President Donald Trump on Friday added fuel to his claims that special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe was designed to undermine his presidency with a tweet musing why intelligence officials did not inform him they were investigating Michael Flynn before tenure as national security adviser. Court records released Thursday showed that Flynn assisted Mueller’s investigation into whether Trump and his allies obstructed justice by interfering with the special counsel’s probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.Story Continued Below The court filings also detailed Flynn’s extensive cooperation with Mueller’s investigation of WikiLeaks' dumping of stolen Democratic emails and the interaction between Trump's transition team and Russia. Flynn pleaded guilty in December 2017 to making false statements to the FBI about his conversations with the Russian ambassador before Trump was inaugurated. In a December 2016 call, which was … [Read more...] about Trump: Why wasn’t I told Flynn was under investigation?
Facebook has made no secret over the years that it uses complex algorithms to determine what you are shown in your News Feed with the intent of getting you to use Facebook more and click on more links. But the reasoning behind the posts Facebook chooses to surface on your News Feed sometimes has been a conundrum for users, leaving them scratching their heads, asking, “Why am I seeing this?” Now, users will finally get an answer. Facebook has announced that it is rolling out a new “Why am I seeing this post?” feature in News Feed. Now when you click on the drop-down menu in the right-hand corner of any post in your News Feed, you’ll see a link to the new tool. The tool lists the multiple variables explaining how your past interactions on Facebook led to News Feed prioritizing to show you that post over others. As Facebook explained in a blog post, the tool now allows you to see: Why you’re seeing a certain post in your News Feed–for example, … [Read more...] about Facebook finally answers the perennial question about News Feed: “Why am I seeing this?”
At noon on Tuesday, lawmakers from across Minnesota will convene at the State Capitol for the annual Legislative session. They will take on everything from how much you pay in taxes to how you can (or cannot) buy guns, from how well equipped your schools will be to what kind of medical care many of us can afford. And just as important, they are expected to decide how to spend more than $46 billion of your taxpayer dollars. With a full slate of issues before the Minnesota House and Senate, here was what you can expect. WHAT IS SPECIAL THIS YEAR? It’s a budget year. If new Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz and lawmakers can’t agree on a two-year state budget by the end of June, much of state government will shut down. They also need to address a health care provider tax — it raises $700 million annually for a variety of health programs — that is set to expire. And try to better align Minnesota’s tax code with federal changes in the 2017 Tax Cuts and … [Read more...] about MN Legislature returns Tuesday: Why should I care? What can I do?
By Alyssa Pereira, SFGATE Published 10:58 am PST, Wednesday, December 19, 2018 Weezer The members of LA rock band Weezer sent off a signed electric guitar and a copy of their Blue album to one lucky Redditor with the username musicformedicine. "Looks like not everyone got coal this year," Weezer wrote on Twitter. less Weezer The members of LA rock band Weezer sent off a signed electric guitar and a copy of their Blue album to one lucky Redditor with the username musicformedicine. "Looks like not everyone got coal this ... more Photo: Tim Mosenfelder, Getty Images Photo: Tim Mosenfelder, Getty Images Image 1 of / 4 Caption Close Image 1 of 4 Weezer The members of LA rock band Weezer sent off a signed electric guitar and a copy of their Blue album to one lucky Redditor with the … [Read more...] about Weezer, Pee-wee Herman, eBay CEO: Here’s who’s gifting for Reddit’s Secret Santa in 2018