CLINTON, N.C. (CBS Local) — Three students in North Carolina were hospitalized Monday after part of the roof of the school’s gym was blown off by strong winds. Surveillance video shows 21 students running for their lives as debris started flying into the gymnasium at Union Intermediate School in Clinton as the roof came down, leaving a large hole in the floor. … [Read more...] about WATCH: Students Run For Their Lives As Microburst Slams Into Elementary School Gym
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Flatiron School in Houston offers software engineer and data science boot camps. This boot camp model has become a popular way to learn new technical skills in a short, intensive period of time. Coding boot camps in 2019 were a $309 million industry and were expected to graduate about 23,000 developers, according to third-party coding boot camp directory Course Report. … [Read more...] about Flatiron School to offer scholarships to Houstonians underrepresented in tech
NEW DELHI: The United States needs to continue providing an environment that will help attract top talent from around the world to contribute to innovation, Sanjay Mehrotra, the Kanpur-born CEO of Micron Technology, said. Immigration, H-1B visas, attracting talent – not just for studying but also for those who stay on – and creating jobs are important, Mehrotra, who cofounded Sandisk along with a Chinese and an Israeli immigrant, told ET in an interview. Sandisk was acquired by Western Digital in 2016. “I am a great example of, you know, an immigrant. Of course, I have created several jobs here in the US and I look forward to policies and opportunities to continue to make America that magnet of bringing top talent...,” Mehrotra said. Micron, a Nasdaq-listed memory and storage solutions provider with revenues of $23.4 billion in fiscal year 2019, is the world’s fourth largest semiconductor company. Mehrotra also pointed out that entrepreneurship is … [Read more...] about Letting top talent in is key for US to retain innovation edge: Sanjay Mehrotra, CEO, Micron Technology
The white paper titled Digital Technology and Inclusive Growth is expected to debut on Amazon soon. It focuses on the crucial issue of the contribution that e-commerce has made to China's growth and to the inclusiveness of the patterns associated with e-commerce, mobile payments and digital financial services. … [Read more...] about White paper: Benefits of digital technology outweigh economic challenges
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“I know Lola and William are surrounding us with their beautiful energy as we navigate a path to peace and healing,” she continued. “My babies loved adventure and I know they are off now on the grandest adventure of them all, together. Thank you all again for providing light to my dark days.” … [Read more...] about Ore. Mom ‘Completely Shattered’ After 2 Children Are Swept Out to Sea and Husband Is Hospitalized