Though this awareness has existed for some time, it's now impossible to ignore the real-world impacts this skills gap is going to have; 63 percent of organizations contacted by CNBC reported that they already have difficulty filling skilled positions, and the problem is likely going to get worse as advanced tech becomes ever-more versatile. So, the business world is scrambling to figure out how to deal with this problem before its leaders find the majority of their most ambitious ideas blocked by a lack of skilled labor.
This Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2017, file photo, shows a call log displayed via an AT&T app on a cellphone in Orlando, Fla.
At the recent Hispanic Radio Conference in Miami, Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel of the Federal Communications Commission made clear the vitally important role that radio plays during emergency situations by offering some harrowing examples that came to pass during last year's hurricane season. At the conference, which was held March 13 and 14 in Miami, Rosenworcel detailed some of the recovery efforts she recently saw in Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
A view of downtown San Jose from the Silicon Valley Capital Club in San Jose, Calif., on Wednesday, October 11, 2017. Google has become a verb, Apple is the world's most valuable public company and Amazon's CEO is the world's wealthiest person.
Blue Apron, which ships boxes of raw food to subscriber's doorsteps, wants to start selling its meal kits in stores. The shift comes as more grocers get into the meal-kit business.
This morning California State Senator Scott Wiener introduced California Senate Bill 822 , which would ensure Californians enjoy net neutrality protections as strong as those repealed by the Republican-controlled Federal Communications Commission in December. The bill, which is being commended by experts , ensures that Internet service providers operating in the state of California will be prohibited from blocking content, slowing certain sites or services, or charging new fees for users and companies to reach audiences online.
Today, we have a report from Motherboard that details the top post on a very popular subreddit called r/Drama. The post reportedly linked to a video that showed a person killing himself –and was reportedly taken down after nine hours of being online.
Stock-trading app Robinhood is in talks with investors to raise about $350 million in new venture funding at a $5.6 billion valuation, according to the Wall Street Journal . The startup, which has raised $176 million to date, was valued at $1.3 billion last April.
The cast of the Polish-language drama "Wataha", which translates as "The Pack," in English. Wataha can be seen on the MHz Choice streaming service.
Lord knows, it's hard to keep up these days. There's an information overload from our information overlords.
I picked a helluva day to return from the DL after major knee surgery to get myself back on the rec league softball field and golf course within the next 12 months. Not to mention the Wall Street beat right off the bat.
But for most age groups, a lack of money resulting from an income shock - rather than poor budgeting - has led to many slipping dangerously into the red. "It can be too easy to look at statistics and fail to see the anxious human face of problem debt," said Phil Andrew, StepChange's chief executive.
California state Sen. Scott Wiener introduced amended legislation this week that would force ISPs to adhere to the strictest set of net neutrality protections in the country. State Sen. Scott Wiener, a Democrat from San Francisco, on Tuesday introduced an amended piece of legislation that would codify into California state law Obama-era net neutrality rules adopted by the Federal Communications Commission in 2015.
GM could be a buy as it becomes more like Apple and Facebook. At least that's one analyst's take on the automaker's subscription potential.
The hack affected 260,000 customers who had kept a digital currency called N?EM at Coincheck. Customers were reimbursed at a rate of 88.549 yen per NEM, in line with what Coincheck had previously promised.
Macy's Inc. knows it'll never be the hot new boutique in town, so instead, it wants to be your next hangout spot. Under its North Star strategy unveiled in May, the Cincinnati-based department store is upping its brick-and-mortar appeal by spiffing up product offerings, revamping stores and rolling out innovations for customers, all the while riding the momentum of its positive comparable sales growth in the fourth quarter - the first time in 12 full quarters.
TheStreet was all over Donald Trump's blocking of Broadcom's bid for Qualcomm with actual high-level analysis, as opposed to the quick talking points and recaps seen elsewhere. Our senior reporter Ron Orol - who has followed this mess front start to finish - served up a look at what could happen next in this high-stakes drama.