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Become Your Office’s Excel Whiz For Less Than $20

There’s no program in the modern age of technology that’s impacted how we handle data more than Microsoft Excel. It’s the program that put Microsoft on the map, and its versatility and power have kept it as the enduring go-to business management tool of the past three decades. With its multitude of uses, Excel’s gifts […]

July 12, 2017

Boost Your Resume With Advanced Microsoft Office Certifications For Just $39

Much is said about the venerable warhorse known as Microsoft Office, but it’s still the most popular productivity suite on the planet for a reason. While you may feel you’ve got a grasp on Office’s most popular offerings like Word or Outlook, there are likely a few components of the Office package you haven’t used […]

June 16, 2017
Excel

Land A Promotion By Advancing Your Excel Expertise — For Under $40

Assembling well-organized, easy-to-follow information is key in presenting your ideas to colleagues. Spreadsheets have been the gold standard in collecting data for years — and no business app is more synonymous with spreadsheets than Microsoft’s venerable Excel.  Learn everything there is to know about the proper care and feeding of Excel with the comprehensive eLearnExcel Microsoft […]

May 10, 2017

What Happens When Private Money Pays For Science?

More and more funding for new research is coming not from government grants, but from private donors who concentrate their investments in a few hand-picked enclaves. And so big private money begets more big private money.

January 7, 2016

Should Companies Have To Pay Taxes?

With the U.S. tax code now permitting companies to use brazen tax avoidance schemes in true tax havens, the real question is now whether corporations should have to pay any taxes on their profits at all.

September 25, 2015
A comparison between human red blood cells differing in oxygenation state. The cell on the left presents an oxygenated appearance as it would while in arterial circulation (after loading oxygen and unloading carbon dioxide in the lungs). The cell on the right appears as it would when deoxygenated, or in venous circulation (after unloading oxygen and loading carbon dioxide in the oxygen requiring-tissue capillaries).

Paul Allen Gives $100 Million To Explore How Cells Work

Learn more about Allen’s huge new philanthropic initiative.

December 8, 2014

Microsoft Chief Angers Women Over ‘Karma’ Pay Comment

Find out how Satya Nadella landed himself in hot water.

October 10, 2014

2 Washington State Congress Members Lecture Tech Giants On Gender Equality

By Kyung M. Song, The Seattle Times WASHINGTON — Congress is hardly a bastion of diversity. The Senate is 93 percent white. The Republicans in the House don’t have a single African-American or Asian-American member. And men in both chambers outnumber women 4 to 1. So what were Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-WA) and Rep. Suzan […]

July 22, 2014

Microsoft To Cut 18,000 Jobs In Major Reorganization

New York (AFP) — Microsoft’s new chief Thursday unveiled the biggest job cuts ever at the U.S. tech giant, aiming for a new strategic direction while integrating the Nokia phone division. The company said it would slash 18,000 jobs from its global workforce over the next year, the majority from the Nokia unit acquired this […]

July 17, 2014

Gates Steps Down As Microsoft Chairman, New CEO Named

Washington (AFP) – Microsoft said Tuesday founder Bill Gates would step down as chairman and assume a new role as “founder and technology advisory” as insider Satya Nadella was named chief executive. Gates “will devote more time to the company” in his new role as the tech giant moves to transform itself amid a changing […]

February 4, 2014