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The State of Digital Education

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The State of Digital Education

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WHERE TO GET A GREEN JOB
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WHERE TO GET A GREEN JOB

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Netflix By the Numbers
When it comes to making money with online video, there is Netflix, and then there’s everyone else. The company has managed to grow its streaming video service from an added feature to its main business, and it’s utilized its footprint on more than 450 devices to amass more subscribers than even Comcast, the nation’s biggest cable TV provider.
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Netflix By the Numbers

When it comes to making money with online video, there is Netflix, and then there’s everyone else. The company has managed to grow its streaming video service from an added feature to its main business, and it’s utilized its footprint on more than 450 devices to amass more subscribers than even Comcast, the nation’s biggest cable TV provider.

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World Heavyweights: A Countdown Of The Top 15 Most Heavily Taxed Countries In The World


Sweden tops the list of the most heavily taxed countries in the world, while the United States stands in 15th. Let’s countdown the top 15 most heavily taxed countries in the world, measured by both the countries top statutory income tax rate and top marginal all-in rate. Additionally, we went in search to find some of the strangest tax laws in these parts of the world.

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World Heavyweights: A Countdown Of The Top 15 Most Heavily Taxed Countries In The World

Sweden tops the list of the most heavily taxed countries in the world, while the United States stands in 15th. Let’s countdown the top 15 most heavily taxed countries in the world, measured by both the countries top statutory income tax rate and top marginal all-in rate. Additionally, we went in search to find some of the strangest tax laws in these parts of the world.

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Cashing Out: The Great Surge for Tech Company Employees to Unload Equity

In recent months social media giants such as Facebook and Groupon hase seen their current and former employees begin to unload their equity. Is this the beginning of a massive tech company sell out?

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Cashing Out: The Great Surge for Tech Company Employees to Unload Equity

In recent months social media giants such as Facebook and Groupon hase seen their current and former employees begin to unload their equity. Is this the beginning of a massive tech company sell out?

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I’M BIG ON TWITTER [INFOGRAPHIC]
With the list of the 63rd Primetime Emmy® Awards nominees out, share this colorful rundown of who the most popular candidates are on Twitter (by sheer number of followers) and show your friends who’s buzzing the loudest in Tinseltown.
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I’M BIG ON TWITTER [INFOGRAPHIC]

With the list of the 63rd Primetime Emmy® Awards nominees out, share this colorful rundown of who the most popular candidates are on Twitter (by sheer number of followers) and show your friends who’s buzzing the loudest in Tinseltown.

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That’s What THAY Say 2

Hunch correlations are the result of millions of answers to Teach Hunch About You (THAY) questions. They’re based on hard numbers supplied by a diverse group of people all over the world. If they confirm a stereotype, don’t shoot the messenger or our infographical friends at Column Five Media. Point your finger (or cursor) at the thousands of Hunch users who teach us what THAYs say.

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That’s What THAY Say 2

Hunch correlations are the result of millions of answers to Teach Hunch About You (THAY) questions. They’re based on hard numbers supplied by a diverse group of people all over the world. If they confirm a stereotype, don’t shoot the messenger or our infographical friends at Column Five Media. Point your finger (or cursor) at the thousands of Hunch users who teach us what THAYs say.

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Silicon Valley Salaries: What Can You Expect to


Earn in the Valley?


The Valley’s tech job market: There are currently around 48,000 jobs at internet companies in the Valley - more than there were than during the late 90’s “dot com boom.”

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Silicon Valley Salaries: What Can You Expect to

Earn in the Valley?

The Valley’s tech job market: There are currently around 48,000 jobs at internet companies in the Valley - more than there were than during the late 90’s “dot com boom.”

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The Overworked American


America’s economy has grown 60 percent in the past two decades. Workers’ salaries have not kept pace. We could all use a nice long summer vacation—too bad the U.S. doesn’t guarantee it.

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The Overworked American

America’s economy has grown 60 percent in the past two decades. Workers’ salaries have not kept pace. We could all use a nice long summer vacation—too bad the U.S. doesn’t guarantee it.

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Mint Data Shows Where the Gas Money Goes


Mint users nationwide spend an average of $177 a month fueling up their  cars between six visits to the pump, but there’s a lot of variation when  you look at the data on a city-by-city level.

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Mint Data Shows Where the Gas Money Goes

Mint users nationwide spend an average of $177 a month fueling up their cars between six visits to the pump, but there’s a lot of variation when you look at the data on a city-by-city level.

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The Successes and Failures of the Fight Against AIDS


Thirty years after we first learned of AIDS, the world has made huge advances in its fight against the disease. Public knowledge is up and deaths are down, but we’ve still got a long, long way to go.

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The Successes and Failures of the Fight Against AIDS

Thirty years after we first learned of AIDS, the world has made huge advances in its fight against the disease. Public knowledge is up and deaths are down, but we’ve still got a long, long way to go.

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