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AMD, Intel, Nvidia Slow Hirings as Economy Falters

Prominent tech players AMD, Intel and Nvidia have been slowing the pace of new hires as a cost-cutting measure that’ll allow them to better weather the ongoing economic downturn. According to Planet3DNow!, who scoured open hiring positions available on all three players’ websites, there’s been a reduction in available positions at all three companies. This…

ACM A.M. Turing Award Honors Pioneer of High Performance Computing | News

Early Tests Prove Technical Breakthrough in Affordable, High-performance Telescope for Real … | News

LOS ANGELES, June 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Orbital logistics and space mining leader TransAstra Corporation today announced the successful completion of the proof-of-concept phase for its new Sutter Telescope System, which detects and tracks small, dark, fast-moving objects in cislunar and deep space with a hundred times greater strength and accuracy than existing telescopes,…

Wisconsin businesses rush to keep up with demand, workers paid amid inflation price spikes | Business News

Wisconsin businesses rush to keep up with demand, worker pay amid inflation price spikes | Business News

Emilie Heidemann | Wisconsin State Journal Emma Stepien, manager of Downtown gift shop Madison Modern Market, worries how her customers will cope in the coming months amid the continuing inflation crisis that has left no industry or consumer untouched. Wholesale prices for products Stepien orders to sell at the boutique have increased by between 10-20%,…

South Africa: Special Investigating Unit Welcomes Imprisonment of Former City of Ekurhuleni Officials and Businessman for Fraud, Corruption and Money Laundering

South Africa: Special Investigating Unit Welcomes Imprisonment of Former City of Ekurhuleni Officials and Businessman for Fraud, Corruption and Money Laundering

Two former Ekurhuleni officials, businessman jailed for tender fraud, money laundering and corruption The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) welcomes the imprisonment of two former City of Ekurhuleni officials and businessman for tender fraud, corruption and money laundering in connection with R21.8 million. Today, the Pretoria Commercial Crimes Court sentenced Businessman Velero David to 10 years…