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Equal Pay Day Report Reveals Earning Challenges For Women In Tech

It's not just progressive states like California taking the wage gap seriously, either - North Dakota passed a bill in 2015 strengthening employer salary reporting requirements. In the US women make 80 cents for every dollar paid to men but in Utah it's 71 cents for every dollar men make. Things have gotten better in the ensuing years, but women in New Jersey still earn less than their male colleagues. Read More

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SpaceX Launches Its Reusable Rocket

SpaceX Launches Its Reusable Rocket

But current work-in-progress on the first stage Falcon 9 rocket is being done so that each vehicle is designed for 10 or more launches, and this iteration will be flying later this year. If that wasn't enough, Musk even plans to launch two private citizens, who paid "significant deposits", on a recreational trip around the moon in late 2018. Read More

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EpiPens recalled nationwide due to potential defect

EpiPens recalled nationwide due to potential defect

If you have a recalled EpiPen, the FDA says don't toss it out until you get a replacement. A dozen lot numbers of EpiPens, including the specially formulated half doses known as EpiPen Jr., are included in the recall. auto-injectors are used to deliver an emergency treatment of adrenaline (epinephrine) to patients who are at risk or have a history of serious allergic reactions (anaphylaxis). Read More

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Mylan is recalling EpiPens in the US

Mylan is recalling EpiPens in the US

The defect makes it hard for the EpiPen to work during an emergency and could have significant health consequences for someone who is experiencing an allergic reaction. Mylan said it will replace recalled devices free of charge. The devices affected by the recall are EpiPens with strengths of 0.3 mg and 0.15 mg. EpiPens administer doses of epinephrine to patients with anaphylaxis - a serious allergic reaction that can be fatal if not treated immediately. Read More

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Gibraltar will be 'even more British' after Brexit, says chief minister Picardo

Gibraltar will be 'even more British' after Brexit, says chief minister Picardo

Gibraltar has a population of around 32,000 and 96 per cent of the residents who voted in the Brexit referendum voted to remain in the EU. The future of Gibraltar , a rocky British enclave on Spain's southern tip, is set to be a major point of contention in the exit talks along with issues relating to Britain's access to the EU's single market or the future rights of European Union citizens in the United Kingdom and of Britons living in Europe. Read More

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Top aide to President Trump leaves administration

Walsh had served under Reince Priebus - now Mr. Trump's chief of staff - at the Republican National Committee before the transition period and the start of the administration. Trump loyalists were reportedly not fans of the deputy, and a source told the Washington Examiner "there won't be many people here who miss her". A senior administration official told DailyMail.com on Thursday that Walsh had approached senior strategist Steve Bannon about departing the White House to help operate ... Read More

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Trump notches his 13th golf course visit

Trump notches his 13th golf course visit

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer recently defended the president's golf outings by saying he takes meetings and calls at the club. This is the eighth weekend in a row President Trump has visited a property that bears his name. reporter Noah Weiland posted on Twitter that Trump dined at the BLT Prime restaurant in the hotel accompanied by his daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband, real estate heir Jared Kushner, who is also one of Trump's top White House advisors. Read More

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Dunkin' Donuts is getting rid of the Coffee Coolatta

Dunkin' Donuts is getting rid of the Coffee Coolatta

According to Dunkin' Donuts, a large Frozen Mocha Coffee Coolatta has 990 calories and 133 grams of sugar - the same amount of calories as three chocolate creme donuts and nearly 10 times as much sugar. The new drinks are expected to launch this summer and includes a coffee flavor. "Just as specific wines pair well with cheese, certain donut flavors offer an excellent complement to coffee", said Dunkin Donuts in a release. Read More

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Ivanka Trump getting office in White House, reports say

Ivanka Trump getting office in White House, reports say

First Daughter Ivanka Trump has her own office in the West Wing and will soon be able to access classified information. Though Ivanka is in the process of obtaining a security clearance and will receive government-issued communication devices this week, she will not be, "automatically subject to certain ethics rules", according to Politico , because she doesn't technically work there. Read More

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Banker and philanthropist David Rockefeller dies at 101

Seitel. Rockefeller served as chairman and CEO of Chase Manhattan Bank, which after a series of mergers is now JPMorgan Chase. He was chairman of the Museum of Modern Art and spearheaded a campaign to get corporations to, not only buy and display art in their buildings, but also support local museums, according to The New York Times . Read More

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Stocks gain, dollar down as Fed sees gradual tightening

Stocks gain, dollar down as Fed sees gradual tightening

The yellow metal was trading 0.20 per cent, or Rs 50, up at 28,467 per 10 gram, while the white metal was up 0.31 per cent, or Rs 124, at Rs 40,722 per 1 kg. Gold is highly sensitive to rising U.S. interest rates, as these increase the opportunity cost of holding non-yielding bullion, while boosting the dollar, in which it is priced. Read More

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Stocks strengthen, dollar fades as Fed sees gradual tightening

Stocks strengthen, dollar fades as Fed sees gradual tightening

Sterling jumped after outgoing Bank of England policymaker Kristen Forbes unexpectedly voted for a rise in interest rates at the bank's March meeting. In commodities , oil prices rose slightly, supported by a weaker dollar . The euro rallied after the Netherlands' election results and after the US Fed hiked interest rates as expected on Wednesday to between 0.75% and 1% and indicated that further rate rises would be "gradual" and officials stuck to their outlook for two more rate hikes ... Read More

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