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Robert Durst, Black Sheep of Real Estate Family, Convicted of Murder
Justice has finally caught up with Robert Durst.
Real estate heir Robert Durst found guilty of murdering his friend Susan Berman
Robert Durst, the multimillionaire New York real estate heir, has been found guilty of first degree murder by a Los Angeles jury following a lengthy trial.
You may not be ready to lead a hybrid team. Here's what to know
Inequality. Inefficiency.
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These are a few of the challenges a hybrid workforce leader must address and overcome if they want to lead a high-performing, agile team.
Here's how.
Former Theranos lab tech Erika Cheung compares its blood tests to a coin toss - Silicon Valley Business Journal
Erika Cheung, a former lab technician at Theranos Inc., spent six hours on the witness stand Wednesday at the fraud trial of Elizabeth Holmes in U.S. District Court in San Jose.
Exxon helped cause the climate crisis. It's time they owned up | Mark Hertsgaard
ossil fuel companies bear as much responsibility as governments do for humanity's climate predicament - and for finding a way out.
Understanding Suicidal Americans - emptywheel
I've always had a sneaking admiration for people who vote on principle rather than self-interest.
The Clever Parenting Trick That Helps Me Be a Better Dad
Every parent has a few tricks up their sleeve - something they've picked from a friend or family member or just acquired because of some in-the-moment cleverness.
Gymnasts Recount the FBI's Mishandling of Their Allegations About Larry Nassar | KQED
Raisman said that all she and her fellow gymnasts are asking for "is when a child goes to gymnastics or goes to school or does anything that they can be spared abuse."
Watch The Opening Statements from Olympic Gymnasts at Larry Nassar Hearing
The testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee looking into the FBI's failure to act when it was notified of former USA gymnastic coach Larry Nassar's sexual abuse claims has begun.
US watchdog fines KPMG Australia over 'widespread' cheating on online training tests
KPMG Australia has been fined US$450,000 (A$615,000) by the US audit watchdog over "widespread" cheating on online training tests designed to improve professional safety requirements and ensure partners and staff act with integrity.