Digital transformation to create P5 trillion in annual economic value for Philippines

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Philippine Star

Louella Desiderio – The Philippine Star October 21, 2021 | 12:00am MANILA, Philippines — Digital transformation could support up to P5 trillion in annual economic value for the Philippines by 2030, a Google study showed. Fraser Thompson, founder and managing director of AlphaBeta who presented Google’s Economic Impact Report on the Philippines said the country is well placed to benefit from digital transformation which could unlock up to P5 trillion in terms of annual economic impact by 2030. This, as the country has a young digital savvy population with Filipinos spending the most time on the… Read More “Digital transformation to create P5 trillion in annual economic value for Philippines”

How To Keep Your Business And Personal Finances Separate

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ValueWalk

It can be difficult to keep your business and personal finances separate when you own a small business. It is especially challenging to keep your accounts divided if your business is structured as a sole proprietorship. Since sole proprietorship is considered a nonentity, there is no legal separation between you and the business. Q3 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more When you set up your business as a Limited Liability Company (LLC) or corporation, however, you must have separate business bank accounts. Keeping the two separate, no matter how your business is structured, will create… Read More “How To Keep Your Business And Personal Finances Separate”

The Top 3 Factors Making Flexible Living The Future Of The Rental Industry

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ValueWalk

According to fresh data from Statista, 57% of enquired office workers consider that they are more productive when working from home. This change in perception regarding work and living relationships spawned by the pandemic has increased the market for flexible rentals around the World. Q3 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Uncertainty over COVID-19 and the economic rebound have made tenants feel insecure about what’s next, and they are looking for a more flexible renting model that allows them to rent for shorter periods, at competitive costs, and in more adaptable conditions. Flexi… Read More “The Top 3 Factors Making Flexible Living The Future Of The Rental Industry”

Crime, policing and the N.J. governor’s race: Where Murphy, Ciattarelli stand

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NJ.com

New Jersey voters will decide Nov. 2 who will serve the next four years as their governor: Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy or Republican challenger Jack Ciattarelli. With Election Day inching closer, NJ Advance Media is examining where Murphy, who’s seeking a second term, and Ciattarelli, a former member of the state Assembly, stand on key issues. THE ISSUE: Crime and policing Both shootings and gun-related homicides are up in New Jersey so far in 2021, according to data from the New Jersey State Police. Between January and May, 87 people were shot and killed, up 36% from the same period in 2020, … Read More “Crime, policing and the N.J. governor’s race: Where Murphy, Ciattarelli stand”

White House tells Democrats corporate tax hike unlikely in current bill -source

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Reuters

By Jarrett Renshaw (Reuters) -The White House told Democratic lawmakers on Wednesday that a proposed hike in U.S. corporate taxes is unlikely to make it into their signature social spending bill, according to a congressional source familiar with the discussions. President Joe Biden’s plans to hike the corporate tax rate to 28% from 21%, a key campaign promise, are likely to be one of the steep concessions he makes to steer his economic revival package through Congress, the White House disclosed in the private meeting with top Democrats. The White House declined to comment. Biden, his aides and… Read More “White House tells Democrats corporate tax hike unlikely in current bill -source”

Google unveils Pixel 6 smartphone

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BANG Showbiz English

Google has unveiled the Pixel 6 smartphone. The device contains the tech company’s first self-designed computer chip – the ‘Tensor’ processor. Google says that the processor enables new features that are powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning. It is also the first phone in the Pixel series with a Pro model that aims to compete at the top end of the smartphone market. Rick Osterloh, Google’s head of devices, told BBC News: “The whole goal when we started was to reach this point. “Really, this is our original vision that we’re finally able to get to after building a lot of capab… Read More “Google unveils Pixel 6 smartphone”

The Best Thing You Can Be at a Wedding Is Someone’s Tinder Plus One

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InsideHook

By Kayla Kibbe A few years ago, back before I was unceremoniously banned from Tinder, I spent a summer fishing for a wedding date on the app using the bio: “My hottest high school friend is getting married and I need a plus one. You’re having the salmon.” Unfortunately, no one took the bait, perhaps because while dating app stigma had largely faded by that time, the idea of using one to bring a stranger to a friend’s wedding still raised some eyebrows. A few years and a pandemic later, and it seems the World may finally be ready to embrace the Tinder plus one — or so Tinder seems to be hoping,… Read More “The Best Thing You Can Be at a Wedding Is Someone’s Tinder Plus One”

AI can see through you: CEOs’ language under machine microscope

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Reuters

By Tommy Wilkes LONDON (Reuters) – Executives, beware! You could become your own worst enemy. CEOs and other managers are increasingly under the microscope as some investors use artificial intelligence to learn and analyse their language patterns and tone, opening up a new frontier of opportunities to slip up. In late 2020, according to language pattern software specialist Evan Schnidman, some executives in the IT industry were playing down the possibility of semiconductor chip shortages while discussing supply-chain disruptions. All was fine, they said. Yet the tone of their speech showed hig… Read More “AI can see through you: CEOs’ language under machine microscope”

Insane Clown Posse’s Violent J on rehab, success and not having regret

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The Detroit News

DETROIT — Joseph “Violent J” Bruce is on the phone from a Los Angeles drug rehabilitation facility, where he’s kicking an addiction to oxycodone. The Insane Clown Posse frontman, who entered treatment in late September, says he’s feeling clear and focused, and is relieved to be taking a break from his professional routine — work, record, tour, repeat — for the first time since forming ICP more than 30 years ago. “I haven’t stepped out of my World this hard since I went to camp as a kid,” says Bruce, 49, on the phone last week. “But I’m having a positive experience. I’m growing from this. This … Read More “Insane Clown Posse’s Violent J on rehab, success and not having regret”

Recruitment: Apply For Multipro Consumer Products Limited Recruitment 2021

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TDPel Media

Multipro Consumer Products Limited is a multinational corporation based in Singapore that has been in operation since 1948. With a global staff of over 12,000 people, it currently trades in over 75 countries spanning three (3) continents! Its aim is to serve the majority of African households by making high-quality consumer goods available at affordable rates. Its vision is to become the largest and most respected African FMCG company. Consumer goods (production, sales, and distribution), infrastructure, textiles, digital services, energy, and finance are among its businesses. However, in Nige… Read More “Recruitment: Apply For Multipro Consumer Products Limited Recruitment 2021”