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Five Things for Friday, including Intel's chip challenges and an adman appreciation - Portland Business Journal
Good morning. We've reached the end of the week. Here are Five Things for Friday.
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has a tough job.
Facebook is going to change its name, report claims
Facebook is going to change its name later this month in order to reflect its intention to build the metaverse.
Analysis | The Half-Million People Left Behind by Singapore's Travel Lanes
When Singapore announced the start of quarantine-free travel to certain countries including the U.S., U.K., France and Canada, Singapore Airlines Ltd.'s website crashed and ticket prices shot through the roof.
Facebook Oversight Board criticizes policy regarding prominent Facebook users - Silicon Valley Business Journal
The panel appointed by Facebook to review its policy decisions sharply criticized the company Thursday for not being transparent about an internal program that gives prominent users preferential treatment on the social network.
House Democrats press NFL for emails and answers about Washington Football Team probe
Two House Democrats on Thursday pressed NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to provide Congress with the findings of the league's investigation into the Washington Football Team's workplace and details of the NFL's handling of the probe, adding to pressure on league officials in the wake of leaked emails containing homophobic, misogynistic and racist language.
Analysis | Barclays' Stock Traders Finally Catch Up to the Bond Desk
Barclays' stock traders have found themselves on near-equal footing with the bond desks - it must be a strange feeling.
Oversight Board slams Facebook for giving special treatment to VIP users
On Thursday, the Facebook Oversight Board found that the social network's "cross-check" program for VIP users lacks transparency.
Brad Stulberg on High Performance Running - Strength Running
Many different fields offer principles for improving performance. Taking a closer look at those best practices and applying them to running has helped our community gain an edge with their sport.