Facebook is not afraid of Brexit, creates 800 new jobs in the UK

Who's afraid of Brexit? Not Facebook, or at least that's what it seems. 

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The company is opening a new office in London which will become its biggest engineering hub outside the U.S. and will allow the creation of 800 new jobs in the UK capital. 

More than 2,300 people will work for Facebook in the country by the end of 2018, according to a statement. 

The 7-floor building, located at Rathbone Place, near Oxford Circus in central London, is designed by Frank Gehry, the world-renowned architect of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao and the Walt Disney Concert Hall in L.A.  Read more...

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Sheryl Sandberg discusses sexual assault and powerful men in a moving Facebook post

Like so many women who've spoken up this year, Sheryl Sandberg has experienced sexual harassment by men in power.

On Sunday morning the 48-year-old Facebook CEO wrote a lengthy post on the platform sharing her experiences with harassment, her thoughts on men in power, and the problematic backlash that can stem from women speaking up for themselves.

SEE ALSO: Melinda Gates wrote a moving op-ed about sexual harassment

Though Sandberg said she's lucky to have never been sexually harassed or assaulted by any of the men she's worked for, she admitted she's had to deal with "unwanted sexual advances" from men with more power than her while doing her job. Read more...

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How to earn two top business credentials for less than $50

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Are you sick of getting passed over for promotions and raises simply because you don't have an MBA? It's difficult to stand out with just an undergraduate degree in business—and let's be real, not all of us went to Harvard. Surprisingly, there are a ton of other business certifications out there that will give your resume the punch-up it desperately needs without shelling out for an MBA.

For example? The CBAP® & CCBA® Business Analysis Certification Training Package introduces you to two of these certifications focused on business analysis. The two-course bundle will help you build your knowledge in business analysis planning and monitoring, elicitation, requirements management and communication, enterprise analysis, requirements analysis, and solution assessment and validation. With these skills, you'll be able to better prep for the IIBA-CBAP® and CCBA® certification exams.  Read more...

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Learn finance secrets with this $15 online course

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It’s not as easy to make it in the world of finance as The Wolf of Wall Street made it look. You can’t just show up in a nice suit, exploit a bunch of people, and wind up in the corner office – you have to actually know things. And not just simple things, but complicated things. Fortunately, there’s a new course that can give you the jumpstart you need to make it in the world of finance: The Complete Financial Analyst Training & Investing Course.

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Get lifetime access to hundreds of online courses for 99% off

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When it comes to holding down a job, there's nothing more important than keeping your skills up-to-date. Sometimes that means going back to grad school, or taking an extra course at your local community college, but who's got the time for that? You've got mouths to feed and Netflix to watch! Luckily, online courses make learning super convenient and allow you to go at your own pace.

SEE ALSO: Learn how to find a job with this online course called 'Skills to Pay the Bills'

For example, this Lifetime Membership from Stone River eLearning will provide you with the training you need to stay relevant in a competitive tech job market. Once you purchase the membership, you'll be able to access more than 140 courses, which include some 2,000 hours of expert-taught content.  Read more...

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HQ trivia is far from a one-man show. Meet Sharon Carpenter

Would you call a trivia host Quiz Daddy? The Ringer's Claire McNear is thinking about it and probably so are about hundreds of thousands of other people who have played HQ, the mobile trivia game stopping employees from working globally, over the past few months. 

Scott Rogowsky, HQ's first host, has wooed the world (okay, parts of it) with his witty banter during the daily trivia games. His potential firing over his love of Sweetgreen sent fans storming Twitter with #FreeScott and thankful for his presence in that night's game. Yes, we're serious. 

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Michael Flynn’s guilty plea makes these old Trump tweets seem incriminating

Okay, so we know Michael Flynn has entered a guilty plea for lying to the FBI and it spells bad news for Trump. The commander in chief has been very active on Twitter this week –maybe because he knew all of this was coming.

Got it.

SEE ALSO: Is this why Trump has gone off the rails on Twitter this week?

*Deep breath*

But in the wake of Flynn's plea and some of the revelations to come out of it, many are starting to look at at a few tweets from December 2016 – while Barack Obama was still president – in a whole new light. 

According to the "Statement of the Offense" against Flynn, On December 28, 2016, the day Obama signed an executive order leveling new sanctions on Russia for interfering in the U.S. election, Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak placed a call to Flynn.  Read more...

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Want to become a project manager? This course can teach you how.

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Looking for a new job? Surprisingly, now's the time.

Despite companies' lengthy holiday breaks, December is actually a great time of year to find a new job. Searching for a title bump or pay raise might be second nature to you, but if you want to make a career pivot, you're going to need a lot more than a robust résumé and thoughtful cover letter.

That's where "Agile & Scrum Project Management Certification Bundle" comes in to play. The two-course bundle won't do all the legwork for you, but it will teach you the skills required to stand out in the application process. Read more...

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Feds want to take Martin Shkreli's $2 million Wu-Tang album

Feds want to seize everything around Martin Shkreli.

Prosecutors asked a Brooklyn court on Friday to force the incarcerated "pharma bro" to forfeit some of his most valuable possessions, including the $2 million single-copy Wu-Tang Clan album Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, the unreleased Lil Wayne album Tha Carter V, a Picasso, and an antique World War II Enigma machine.

SEE ALSO: 7 best burns from Martin Shkreli's jury selection process

Shkreli, who gained notoriety when he spiked the price of a life-saving AIDS drug as CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, was convicted in August of defrauding hedge fund investors in an incident unrelated to the pricing debacle. He's currently in jail as he awaits a sentencing in which he could see up to 20 years in prison.     Read more...

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Is this why Trump has gone off the rails on Twitter this week?

While we've already established that Donald Trump has had an unusually bizarre week on Twitter, even for him, it seems we maybe finally know why he's been firing off these random tweets like a drunk monkey with a smartphone.

SEE ALSO: The mystery of Trump's Twitter mentions and where he finds those awful retweets

On Friday morning, Trump's former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn pleaded guilty to a single charge of lying to the FBI, which may be a sign that Flynn is now cooperating with Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. 

So could knowledge of this impending announcement be what sent Trump off the deep end this week?  Read more...

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Sono Motors Introduces The SION Solar Powered Car

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The fantasy of having the capacity to drive to work in a solar-powered car is at last turning into a reality. Sono Motors simply uncovered the SION solar-powered electric car gives you the ability to travel up to 18 miles utilizing only energy from the sun. Best of all, the SION isn’t only for the whealthy, since it just costs 16,000 Euros (around $18,600) in addition to the cost of the battery, and it is pressed with unbelievable components like built-in moss filtration, bi-directional charging and integrated solar panels.

Sono Motors Sion Solar Powered Car

A year ago, Sono Motors, a German startup raised over $200,000 create the SION. Utilizing 300 photovoltaic panels, the SION can store enough energy from the sun to give you the ability to travel up to 18 miles, however in the event that you have to travel further, the SION can likewise be energized utilizing a standard outlet, similar to a regular electric auto. Depending on the amount you want to spend, you can rent the battery month to month, or buy outright.

Get these 3 in-demand skill sets and switch careers

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There's no doubt about it: tech is king when it comes to the industry with the most dynamic, innovative opportunities on the market. There's only one drawback — when innovation is paramount, your skill-set needs to be as adaptive as the market. And in 2017, there are a few skills you would benefit by developing, especially if you're looking to switch careers:

  • Mobile app development

  • Digital marketing / business analytics

  • Web development

Which all make sense, considering mobile is crucial to the success of companies to make their products and services visible to customers. And since more than 26% of companies are looking for qualified candidates who possess these skills, we've rounded up four different courses focused on sharpening your expertise, making you stand out to any recruiter. Taught by highly regarded online instructor Rob Percival, you're sure to negotiate your way to the job of your dreams. Read more...

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'Planet of the Apps' wasn't a great show, but it was still a success for Apple

Apple aired the finale of its first original series this week. If you missed it, don't stress. 

Planet of the Apps was a decent 10-episode series, but it's not something that viewers will want to think about for hours like Netflix's House of Cards or talk about with friends like Hulu's The Handmaid Tale

It's just a pretty undramatic, very-edited reality show about dozens of entrepreneurs, people who were trying to make careers off a business based around an app. 

SEE ALSO: Apple’s Instagram account reeks of desperation

Not unlike Shark Tank, viewers learn a little about what it takes to build an app-based company and raise venture capital. But unlike Shark Tank, it's really not that thrilling. Read more...

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The odds on Trump resigning just shifted, and not in his favor

The odds aren't looking good for President Trump.

One word has been on everyone's lips this tumultuous week and for once it's not "impeachment" but rather "resignation" — and the possibility of Trump throwing in the towel is actually quite likely, if bookmakers' odds are to be believed.

SEE ALSO: What are the odds Twitter suspends Trump for ginning up the idea of nuclear war?

Tony Schwartz, ghost writer for The Art of the Deal and born-again Trump critic, was among those uttering the R-word Wednesday, when he tweeted a prediction. "Trump's presidency is effectively over," he wrote. "Would be amazed if he survives till the end of the year. More likely resigns by fall, if not sooner." Read more...

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Barclays put in sensors to see which bankers are at their desks

Barclays has installed devices that track how often bankers are at their desks.

Managers were peppered with queries when investment bank staff in London discovered black boxes stuck to the underside of their desks in recent months, according to several Barclays employees who asked not to be identified speaking about their workplace. They turned out to be tracking devices called OccupEye, which use heat and motion sensors to record how long employees are spending at their posts.

There was a “phased roll-out” of the devices, and Barclays staff and the Unite union were notified before they were installed, although the bank did not send out a specific memo about them, according to spokesman Tom Hoskin. The Barclays employees said they don’t remember being informed about the boxes, but spokespeople for the bank said there have been no official human-resources complaints. Read more...

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Travis Kalanick says he was 'ambushed' by the investor suing him

Travis Kalanick—a vocal fighter against taxi lobbyists, government regulations, pink mustache businesses, and tech giant Google—is speaking out again.

Uber's former CEO filed a 15-page response to investor Benchmark Capital's lawsuit against him this week. The venture capital firm accused Kalanick of fraud, breach of contract, and breach of fiduciary duty in a lawsuit filed last week. 

SEE ALSO: Texts between Uber's Travis Kalanick and Anthony Levandowski are juicy

Among Kalanick's statement of facts is a note that his mother had been killed in a boating accident when Benchmark was planning to oust him as CEO. Read more...

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Trump's past 4 weeks have been so chaotic, a CNN anchor needed to get a drink just to get through the list

Fair warning: If you find yourself suddenly dizzy or if you need to take a quick break by the end of this article, know that you are not alone.

In a segment that aired on Friday, CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin decided to list off all of the significant events that have happened with Trump in the last few weeks.

It seems like a standard enough task except ... the list was so ridiculously long and full of of all completely batsh*t occurrences from the White House that even Baldwin herself had to stop and take a sip from her cup to complete the segment.

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Airbnb offers free housing to those affected by Barcelona attacks

Airbnb is looking to lend support to those affected by the recent terror attack in Barcelona, Spain.

After a van drove through crowds on Thursday, killing at least 12 people and injuring dozens more, Airbnb activated its disaster response tool to help connect people in need of shelter and other accommodations with hosts in the area who've chosen to open their homes for free.

SEE ALSO: Airbnb is deleting the accounts of suspected neo-Nazis trying to attend the 'Unite The Right' rally

"Airbnb has activated our Disaster Response Tool to assist those affected by the tragic events in Barcelona," Arnaldo Munoz, Airbnb Country Manager for Spain, said in a statement. "Our thoughts are with those affected by this terrible attack." Read more...

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Mark Zuckerberg is taking two months off to spend time with his second daughter

Mark Zuckerberg runs one of the most valuable companies in the world. But he's not letting them stop him from spending time with his children.

The CEO of Facebook is taking two months of paternity leave when his second daughter is born, Zuckerberg announced via a Facebook post Friday. He also took two months off when his first daughter Maxima, or "Max," was born in November 2015. 

SEE ALSO: Mark Zuckerberg slams neo-Nazis and 'polarization' after Charlottesville

This time, he will be dividing the two months off in two parts. He will take the first month at the beginning and then take the month of December off.  Read more...

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Leaked images show off one of the iPhone 8's key components

The iPhone 8 is (hopefully) coming soon, and we might just have a closer look at one of its most important components. 

The new A11 processor chip that will power the next iPhone allegedly appears in newly leaked photos posted to Slashleaks, which were first spotted by MacRumors. The 10-nanometer chips are reportedly manufactured exclusively by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) and expected to power the upcoming iPhone 8, iPhone 7S, and iPhone 7S Plus models. 

The A11 chip should give the phones improved speed and efficiency, along with enough power for new features like 3D facial scanning.  Read more...

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