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04 декабря, 19:58

5 Lamest Retirement Excuses People Tell Themselves

Are you making up excuses for delaying retirement savings? It's time to get your act together.

02 декабря, 20:00

House passes $619 billion compromise defense bill

The House handily passed a $619 billion defense policy bill Friday, approving a compromise to fund U.S. wars in Afghanistan and against the Islamic State, fill gaps in military readiness and halt reductions in military manpower.The vote was 375 to 34, well above the two-thirds majority needed to override any presidential veto. The Senate is set to consider the National Defense Authorization Act next week and is expected to easily send it to President Barack Obama.The legislation, hammered out over months by the members and staff of the House and Senate Armed Services Committee, adds $3.2 billion over the president's budget request in war funds to mitigate readiness shortfalls in the Pentagon's base budget.It also incorporates the administration's $5.8 billion supplemental defense spending request for more troops in Afghanistan and stepped-up operations against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.The funding agreement comes after months of haggling by lawmakers over whether to tap the war-related Overseas Contingency Operations account to fund everyday defense priorities. The House version of the bill tapped $18 billion in war funds to pay for base budget programs, while the Senate version did not.The funding maneuver, which didn't include spending increases for domestic programs, drew a veto threat from the president.The compromise bill funds a higher 2.1 percent troop pay raise above the 1.6 percent increase proposed by the administration. The measure also would authorize more troops than requested by the administration, setting 476,000 troops for the Army, 16,000 more than requested. And it would authorize a 185,000-troop active-duty Marine Corps, 3,000 more than requested. Both proposals were popular among lawmakers.But equally popular weapons programs faced cuts. Additional F-35 Joint Strike Fighters, F/A-18 Super Hornets and a Littoral Combat Ship above the administration's request were authorized in the House bill, but were left out of the final measure, instead maintaining the levels requested in the president's budget.Also dropped from the final bill were controversial provisions on listing the greater sage grouse as an endangered species and workplace protections based on sexual orientation.Additionally, the compromise scrapped another hot-button proposal requiring women to register for the draft. Instead, the Selective Service System would be studied.House Armed Services Chairman Mac Thornberry (R-Texas) lamented that many of the additions his panel had made to weapons procurement were left out at the end. And despite the extra $3.2 billion, he said during the floor debate Friday that he hoped President-elect Donald Trump will submit a supplemental spending request for many of those items."That's not nearly enough," Thornberry said of the increase. "And my great hope is that the new incoming administration will submit to Congress a supplemental request that can really get about the job of rebuilding the military, which is so essential."Still, Thornberry praised the legislation as a down payment on building up readiness and reversing the military drawdown."It stops the layoffs of military personnel, which have been going on and at least prevents it from getting any worse," he said. "It starts to stabilize the readiness problems that area making it more and more difficult for our troops to accomplish their mission and increasingly represents a danger to their lives."Democrats, too, generally supported the final bill."We put together an excellent product," House Armed Services ranking Democrat Adam Smith of Washington state said on the House floor. "It prioritizes the men and women who serve in the military to try to make sure that we provide for them all the training they need and all the support they need, so that when we ask them to do something they are trained and ready to do it."As in previous years, the bill would bar transferring detainees held at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to the U.S., virtually guaranteeing the president's pledge to close the prison will go unfulfilled. The compromise legislation would also overhaul of the Pentagon's organizational structure and the military commissary and health systems.It also includes a controversial provision, similar to one pushed by Senate Armed Services John McCain (R-Ariz.) in the Senate-passed bill, that would split the responsibilities of the Defense Department's undersecretary of acquisition, technology and logistics — the Pentagon's chief weapons buyer — into an undersecretary for research and engineering and an undersecretary for acquisition and sustainment.In a statement, McCain said the provision "firmly establishes innovation as a primary mission of the Department of Defense.""I am tremendously proud of this NDAA," he said. "Thanks to these provisions and many more, the NDAA will enable our troops to rise to the challenges of a more dangerous world."

30 ноября, 22:49

Jill Stein files for Michigan recount

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein formally added Michigan to the list of states she's hoping to conduct a recount of the Nov. 8 election results. The Green Party presidential candidate announced Wednesday that she had filed for a manual hand recount of every vote in Michigan. To do that Stein also had to pay a $973,250 fee. Since the Nov. 8 presidential election Stein has raised almost $7 million in her effort to trigger recounts in three states: Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. Stein filed for a recount in Wisconsin on Tuesday and her campaign is in the process of trying to initiate a recount in Pennsylvania. Stein's argument in all three states is that there's reason to believe the election results in those three states were tainted and so a full recount is in order. "The people of Michigan and all Americans deserve a voting system we can trust,” Stein said in a statement announcing the Michigan recount. “After a presidential election tarnished by the use of outdated and unreliable machines and accusations of irregularities, people of all political persuasions are asking if our election results are reliable. We must recount the votes so we can build trust in our election system. We need to verify the vote in this and every election so that Americans can be sure we have a fair, secure and accurate voting system.”All three states, notably, are ones Democrats expected Hillary Clinton to win in the presidential election but went for now-President-elect Donald Trump instead. Stein is hoping to raise $9.5 million dollars to fund the costs of the recounts as well as legal fees and manpower involved in conducting the recounts effectively.

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28 ноября, 22:16

Constitutional Wall Will Block Trump's Deportation Ambitions

A constitutional wall will block President-elect Donald Trump's mean-spirited ambition to swiftly deport up to three million undocumented immigrants. The Constitution protects states or localities from commandeering by the federal government to enforce federal statutes, including immigration laws. That doctrine was expounded by Justice Antonin Scalia in Printz v. United States (1997) holding that state or local law enforcement officials could not be compelled to enforce background checks or other provisions of the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act. Conservatives celebrated. The Constitution also prohibits the federal government from circumventing the anti-commandeering doctrine of Printz by coercing state or local governments to enforce federal law on pain of losing substantial federal funding for unrelated programs or policies. That doctrine was expounded by Chief Justice John Roberts in National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius (2012). There, the Court held that the Affordable Care Act unconstitutionally sought to coerce states to expand eligibility for the federal-state Medicaid program by threatening a loss of all federal matching funds for failing to do so. The federal government cannot use bait-and-switch tactics to allure state or local governments into a cooperative spending program, and later materially alter the terms for continued receipt of federal funds. A material alteration would include a requirement that they waive their anti-commandeering protection against enforcement of the federal immigration laws. Several major localities have anti-commandeering immigration policies protected by Printz, including Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and San Francisco. Nationwide, the number exceeds 500. Among other things, these jurisdictions balk at complying with federal requests to hold undocumented immigrants for detention, and to transfer them to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for deportation. The dominant reason is to encourage the cooperation of the undocumented in detecting and prosecuting state or local crimes without fear of inviting deportation. California alone houses 2.3 million of the estimated 11 million undocumented residing in the United States. Without the collaboration of state or local law enforcement, deporting 3 million immigrants within a short period by ICE officials alone is a pipedream. In 2015, the Obama administration "deported" approximately 235,000 undocumented immigrants. But the lion's share occurred at the border. A mere 70,000 were effectuated with interior apprehensions. These deportations were accomplished with 20,000 ICE employees. To deport 3 million from the interior in a year as President-elect Trump has pledged would require multiplying the current number of interior deportations by a staggering 228, rocketing the number of ICE employees from 20,000 to 456,000, and similarly jumping the number of immigration judges from 242 to more than 55,000--a number that dwarfs the total number of all federal judges at all levels throughout the nation. The ICE budget would escalate from $6 billion to approximately $1.4 trillion. This is not, however, the whole story. Trump defenders correctly note that President Obama sharply curtailed the number of annual interior deportations. It fell from 245,000 in the last year of the Bush administration to 70, 000 on Obama's watch, or 3.5 times lower. Thus, President Trump could probably return to the Bush level of without any increase in current manpower or budget. But to climb interior deportations to 3 million would still mean multiplying the number of ICE employees and immigration judges and the ICE budget by a factor of 63, still prohibitive increases. Depend upon it. Trump supporters will not protest the inevitable puncture of his deportation fancies. The placebo effect is as prominent in politics as in medicine. People feel better if they imagine something is being done to address a problem even if it remains undiminished. That has been a feature of the human narrative for thousands of years. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

28 ноября, 02:41

PROGRESSIVES WITHOUT POWER: Hard times for the Sanctimonious White Lady Party. A very nice liber…

PROGRESSIVES WITHOUT POWER: Hard times for the Sanctimonious White Lady Party. A very nice liberal broadcaster asked me earlier this week whether I am worried about the future of the Republican party. Funny question. There are 25 states in which the state legislatures and governorships are controlled by Republicans, and two states with executive/legislative divides […]

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24 ноября, 00:09

Зачем компании помогают уволенным сотрудникам в трудоустройстве

Не так давно американская транспортная компания решила закрыть представительство в России. Из 30 сотрудников, которые состояли в штате московского офиса этой компании, многим было за 50. Они проработали в компании более 20 лет, но сильного стресса и волнения от неприятного известия не испытали – еще при найме работодатель гарантировал им содействие в трудоустройстве в случае массовых сокращений, рассказывает руководитель направления кадрового консалтинга Manpower Group Russia Анна Бурова, клиентом которой была эта компания. Речь шла не о поиске новых мест, а о консультировании, как сокращенным сотрудникам дальше строить карьеру, в каких компаниях и отраслях им следует искать работу. Эта услуга называется аутплейсментом. Аутплейсмент не гарантия трудоустройства, отмечает Бурова. По ее словам, во многих случаях люди вообще передумывают устраиваться по прежней специальности и принимают решение пойти учиться, поработать в волонтерских проектах и т. д. Так, IT-cпециалист, увлекавшийся психологией, создал собственный центр психологического консультирования, а машинистка – регулировщица производственной компании ушла работать в агентство нянь, рассказывает Бурова.

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24 ноября, 00:09

Уволить с пересадкой

Не так давно американская транспортная компания решила закрыть представительство в России. Из 30 сотрудников, которые состояли в штате московского офиса этой компании, многим было за 50. Они проработали в компании более 20 лет, но сильного стресса и волнения от неприятного известия не испытали – еще при найме работодатель гарантировал им содействие в трудоустройстве в случае массовых сокращений, рассказывает руководитель направления кадрового консалтинга Manpower Group Russia Анна Бурова, клиентом которой была эта компания. Речь шла не о поиске новых мест, а о консультировании, как сокращенным сотрудникам дальше строить карьеру, в каких компаниях и отраслях им следует искать работу. Эта услуга называется аутплейсментом. Аутплейсмент не гарантия трудоустройства, отмечает Бурова. По ее словам, во многих случаях люди вообще передумывают устраиваться по прежней специальности и принимают решение пойти учиться, поработать в волонтерских проектах и т. д. Так, IT-cпециалист, увлекавшийся психологией, создал собственный центр психологического консультирования, а машинистка – регулировщица производственной компании ушла работать в агентство нянь, рассказывает Бурова.

23 ноября, 04:32

North Korea Is a Total Nightmare—That South Korea Shouldn't Fear

Rajan Menon Security, Asia By virtually every measure, Seoul has the upper hand over the North in a war. Those who have talked recently with South Korean foreign-policy and national-security experts will have noticed that they are quite apprehensive. There are at least three explanations for this. The ongoing political controversy around President Park Geun-hye is one. South Koreans in the know certainly have differing views on whether their president’s predicament will affect their country’s stability. As some see it, the mere fact that she is being been held accountable demonstrates that democracy has sunk deep roots in South Korea. Others are leery, however, and not just about the possibility of a crisis within South Korea. They are also concerned that North Korea might exploit the South’s political turmoil, possibly through a military challenge of some sort. Seoul’s political class and national-security establishment incline toward a standard, predictable view of their northern nemesis. They see it as militarized, menacing, opaque, wildly unpredictable, even irrational. They point to its numerical advantage in military manpower and most categories of conventional weaponry, and to its nuclear weapons and arsenal of ballistic missiles. And they stress that Pyongyang’s pugnaciousness and military might leave South Korea exposed and vulnerable. In their eyes, people who discount the North Korean threat typically have the luxury of living far away or are ill informed—perhaps both. Read full article

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22 ноября, 19:35

New recruitment drive indicates deep manpower problems in Syria’s army

The call to join the new Fifth Legion highlights the extent of attrition in the armed forces.

22 ноября, 16:33

Why the Insurance Industry Can’t Risk Overlooking Artificial Intelligence - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM COGNIZANT

During the past five years, industrial use of artificial intelligence (AI) has risen exponentially across industries. Companies such as IBM, Apple, Toyota, and Fidelity have demonstrated an interest and appetite for deep research and innovation by introducing AI platforms and solutions for customers, partners, and employees. For instance, Toyota’s websites use AI to perform sophisticated, real-time reasoning to ensure feasibility or availability of the exact combination of options chosen by a consumer to design a specific vehicle. At the same time, front-runners across industries are partnering with technology companies to identify game-changing business solutions that can be achieved through AI. An example is The North Face, which is experimenting with its Fluid Expert Personal Shopper tool, powered by IBM’s Watson, to provide customers with a more intuitive search experience through a natural language capability. Read more from Cognizant: What Consumers Want Online Now from Their Health Care Plans How Banks Are Capitalizing on a New Wave of Big Data and Analytics Building the New “Mega Segments”: Which Content Providers Will Play to Win? At its essence, AI is about embedding human intelligence into machines. Various AI-related technologies, such as natural language processing (NLP), computer vision, robotics, machine learning, and speech recognition, have substan­tially progressed over the years to coalesce into systems that do, think, learn, and continuously adapt. AI, however, comes with its own set of caveats that companies must understand and address before initiating a program. The insurance industry has not been immune to AI’s advancement – whether implementing robo-advisors for investment management (Vanguard and Charles Schwab) or applying AI to insurance and loan underwriting (the Chinese search giant Baidu, which provides enhanced risk assessment capabilities). With so much activity around AI experimentation and implementation – combined with customer demand, cost pressure, and the need to maintain or expand their foothold in the market – insurers can no longer afford to overlook AI and its implications. Potential benefits to the insurance industry include: Revenue expansion: The real-time learning and adaptive capabilities of AI provide a platform for insurers to explore new product lines, geographies, and cus­tomer segments, as well as quickly identify new avenues for revenue expansion. Organizations can scale exponentially by using virtual assistants to help manage areas such as information search, data management, and process automation. Advisory excellence: Robo-advisors eliminate human bias and improve trust and confidence levels by pro­viding consistent, rules-based advisory services at an affordable cost. To improve their job performance, successful human advisors will use virtual assistants to tackle routine administrative tasks and focus on more constructive, creative, and relationship-building activities. Improved operational efficiency: AI-based needs analysis systems allow insurers to not only improve their probability of lead-to-quote conversion but also re­duce turnaround time conversions. AI solutions enable organizations to reduce their manpower requirements and thus benefit from significant savings in overhead costs, especially those associated with routine jobs in the middle and back offices. And with AI systems performing routine activities, em­ployees can focus on skilled tasks, building expertise, and evolving the AI solu­tions. Maximized customer experience: With NLP, speech recognition, and virtual as­sistants, insurers can embrace innovative ways of transforming the cus­tomer experience. With virtual assistants available at various touch points, insur­ers can take their customer service to greater heights by offering contextual and personalized products and solutions. Competitive advantage: Insurers with AI capabilities can position themselves to handle market challenges better than their competitors in the ever-changing insurance business. Insurers can develop a real-time appreciation of prospects’ be­havioral and demographic actions, recognize imperceptible changes in the mar­ket forces that dictate those changes, and forecast optimal responses through better product and business solutions designing. While it might appear that AI is a cure-all for many sales, service, and risk management conundrums, insurers should follow a series of self-diagnostic steps before embarking on this journey. Assess readiness. AI decision-makers must spend quality time with their executive teams, peers, and functional business leaders to reflect upon the potential implications of new AI-based products or applications on operating models, products, and operational workflow. Start small. Given the cultural and risk challenges facing the sector, insurers should start by developing a proof-of-concept model that can safely be tested and adapted in a risk-free environment. Insurers should focus the case for a proof of concept on activities that require agility, automation, and continuous innovation. Manage change. Because AI capabilities can potentially displace humans, in­surers need an effective and thoughtful HR strategy. Full communication and retraining of affected staff, as well as a focus on building new skill sets and training, will go a long way toward minimizing resistance and encouraging acceptance. Adapted from Cognizant’s “How Insurers Can Harness Artificial Intelligence.” To learn more about how Cognizant is helping insurers lead the way with digital, click here.

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21 ноября, 16:40

Moving Average Crossover Alert: ManpowerGroup (MAN)

ManpowerGroup Inc. (MAN) is looking like an interesting pick from a technical perspective, as the company is seeing favorable trends on the moving average crossover front

21 ноября, 07:10

5 Technologies Your Business Should Adopt Right Now

Business technology is always changing, and if you don't do your best to stay ahead of the curve you could find yourself playing a very dangerous game of catch-up. Automating business processes and incorporating new methods of payment and customer service are integral to staying competitive as a retailer and employer. Clients want to purchase from businesses that can respond to their needs quickly, and employees want to work in an environment that is efficient and secure. To continue to attract talented workers and retain tech-savvy clients, your business should incorporate these 5 business technologies as soon as possible. Digital Payment Forms According to a recent study from Statista, in-person mobile payments are projected to reach $23.47 billion by 2018. If you are not yet accepting Apple Pay and Google Wallet, this should be at the top of your list of priorities if you want your business to continue to grow. Accepting digital payments allows for a more streamlined, speedy checkout process. While you may experience some hiccups when first adopting new payment forms, it projects the image of your business being forward-thinking and modern. Information Security Approximately 15 million people are victims of identity theft each year, many of whom have been hacked through online purchase forms or point-of-sale security breaches. Identity theft and cybercrime are undoubtedly on the rise, and the problem will continue to compound. From increasing the security of your online payment form, to updating to new card readers that use the more secure credit card chip, it's your business's responsibility to make sure your customers' sensitive data and payment information is kept safe. Consider hiring a data security consultant to review your website for possible security breaches, and pay specific attention to the security of your online payment form and any customer databases you might host in the cloud. Remote Workers More and more millennials are full-time freelancing or working remote jobs that allow them to fulfill their roles from home. This is great both for workers, who desire to have a more flexible schedule, and employers, who can use remote employees to solve problems like increasing overhead for office space and a lack of qualified job applicants. Businesses that want to recruit the best talent should be setting up the infrastructure they need to hire remote workers and freelancers. While managing remote employees can seem intimidating, keeping in touch and monitoring progress is now easier than ever, thanks to online meeting platforms and project management software. Appointment Scheduling Software Businesses that provide appointment-reliant services, like dentists offices, lawn care professionals, or salons, are increasingly seeking automated appointment scheduling software that allows customers to schedule their own appointments without assistance from an employee. Adding this software to your website is easy, and will streamline the scheduling process, free up time for administrative employees, and empower customers to schedule without getting on the phone. Live Chat Customer Service Providing fast and effective customer service is important for the success of your business, and technology makes it possible for you to provide top-notch support via live chat. Many companies are incorporating live chat, using remote employees to take some of the load off of traditional over-the-phone agents. To add live chat customer support to your website, you'll need to install live chat software. There are a few free options, as well as plenty of paid services available. Do your research and find the solution that's right for your business. Business technologies are forever evolving, and your business must embrace this change if you want to stay relevant in your industry. Save time, money, and manpower, recruit better employees, and retain important clients by incorporating these 5 business technologies now. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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17 ноября, 18:34

Does Australia Need Nuclear Attack Submarines?

Peter Briggs Security, Asia Does it make sense?  There have been a number of well-argued suggestions that Australia should introduce nuclear powered submarines (SSN) and, more recently, an emotive argument that a conventional submarine is not up to the task required by Australia’s strategic circumstances, and that we could have SSN for less than the cost of the current program. Nuclear propulsion removes the need to expose the submarine by snorting to recharge batteries and confers much greater mobility—an SSN can travel at high speed for prolonged periods enabling it to be more effective in a sea denial role (i.e. guarding the approaches to Australia). Food, stores and the effectiveness of the crew become the practical limit on endurance. Australia obtains maximum benefit and deterrence by exploiting a submarine’s stealth to gain access to sensitive areas, where we don’t control the sea surface or air above it, for intelligence gathering or striking key targets afloat or ashore. These areas are a long way from Australia, necessitating long transits and will be increasingly heavily protected. The benefits of nuclear propulsion combined with our requirements could indeed justify a move to an SSN fleet. I will focus on the manpower issues—this is not to belittle the other important factors, but manning the capability is the first priority. Australia would require the ability to ensure and oversee the safe operation of such a force. I do not believe that the Australian public would accept the notion of delegating this to another nation under a leasing agreement. The SSN skillsets ashore and afloat are significantly more demanding than a conventional submarine. For example: each SSN carries two command qualified officers and five marine engineering officers—compared to a conventional submarine’s one of each! Read full article

11 ноября, 17:30

Zacks.com featured highlights: Big 5 Sporting Goods, Alliance Resource Partners, Carbonite, ManpowerGroup and MRC Global

Zacks.com featured highlights: Big 5 Sporting Goods, Alliance Resource Partners, Carbonite, ManpowerGroup and MRC Global

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11 ноября, 07:16

What Comes Next for Iran's Defense Doctrine?

Mohammed Nuruzzaman Security, Middle East Tehran is gradually shedding its defensive posture in favor of an offensive disposition. Iranian president Hassan Rouhani, in a speech delivered on the occasion of the National Army Day on April 18, 2015, characterized Iran’s defense doctrine as “defensive.” He emphasized that the military strategy of Iran was based on “active deterrence for establishment of peace and security in Iran and the regional countries.” In its modern history, Iran has initiated no war against a foreign country, but has been a victim of foreign interventions and “imposed” foreign wars (Iraq’s 1980 invasion of Iran, for example). Iran’s military policy is also defined by a “no-first-strike doctrine” and an unwavering determination to fend off foreign invasions, whatever might be the human and material costs, while not being an aggressor itself. The deterrence-based defense doctrine seeks to raise the aggressors’ risks and costs of military invasions to an unacceptably high level, to make the enemy (read: the United States) seriously think of its adventurous and reckless military actions against Iran. It is designed to avoid a conventional war against a technologically superior and vastly powerful enemy, and aims to employ asymmetric warfare tactics to confuse the enemy and maximize passive defenses by relying on strategic depth, manpower mobilization and psychological warfare to strike fear in enemy’s mind. Mindful of the hostile regional environment surrounding Iran, the doctrine mostly relies on Iranian domestic capabilities, including its missile inventory, to fight a lengthy war and survive. In case of a shooting war with the United States, Iran’s armed forces would also seek to close the Strait of Hormuz—the lifeline of the global oil supply—to internationalize the conflict by driving up oil prices to astronomical heights and thus win the war of wills against the enemy. The defense doctrine, in a nutshell, would ensure Iran’s security and survival by inflicting highly punishing damage on the enemy and its possible partners in the war. Read full article

10 ноября, 17:10

5 Best Stocks with Upgraded Broker Ratings Worth Buying Now

When a broker upgrades a stock, you can rely on their judgment. Nonetheless, you should also take into account some other factors to ensure steady returns.

09 ноября, 17:30

ManpowerGroup, Manitowoc, Abraxas Petroleum, Lonestar Resources US and Energy Transfer Partners highlighted as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day

ManpowerGroup, Manitowoc, Abraxas Petroleum, Lonestar Resources US and Energy Transfer Partners highlighted as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day

09 ноября, 14:24

Bull of the Day: ManpowerGroup (MAN)

Bull of the Day: ManpowerGroup (MAN)

08 ноября, 17:30

Zacks.com featured highlights: Amkor Technology, ManPower Group, Rogers, Teck Resources and EMCOR Group

Zacks.com featured highlights: Amkor Technology, ManPower Group, Rogers, Teck Resources and EMCOR Group

08 ноября, 17:30

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Francesca's Holdings, Monarch Casino & Resort, ManpowerGroup and Cross Country Healthcare

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Francesca's Holdings, Monarch Casino & Resort, ManpowerGroup and Cross Country Healthcare