Army Cyber Commander Lt. Gen. Paul Nakasone became the Army’s cyber commander in 2016 and previously led the Cyber National Mission Force at U.S. Cyber Command.
He also has combat leadership experience, commanding on multiple levels from company to corps, and was formerly the J2, International Security Assistance Force Joint Command intelligence director in Kabul, Afghanistan. He also served under former NSA director Gen. Keith Alexander.
Our results are striking: Public sector students outperform for-profit students on nearly every measure, suggesting that the overwhelming majority of for-profit students would be better off attending a public institution.
But what if attending a public community college is not an option?
Our results suggest that many for-profit students would be better off not attending college at all.
On average, for-profit certificate students do not generate enough earnings gains to offset the debt they incur.
Much of this German investment is in the automotive industry. Finance minister Arun Jaitley’s proposal to increase customs duty on specified auto parts including as engines, engine components, gearboxes and transmission shafts to 15% from 5-10% to encourage local manufacturing is expected to hurt several German companies operating in the sector.
Germany’s big three luxury-vehicle makers — Mercedes-Benz, Audi and BMW — ship in completely knocked down (CKD) kits to India andassemble those in local facilities to avoid high import tax on fully built vehicles.
Housing costs are crushing American cities, perhaps nowhere as severely as in California. It’s catastrophic—homes are priced 2.5 times the median in other places; rents are sky high; the population is increasing (but construction of places to live for them is not); poor people are getting pushed out; homelessness is severe, and on the rise.
Booms, critical to the state economy because of the tax money they dump into state treasuries, don’t benefit cities the same way. Unemployment falls to nothing, but housing costs rise. The poorest people get forced out by gentrifying newcomers. The current boom, Wiener says, “has caused lasting damage to the culture and diversity of our city.”
Scott Wiener, the California state senator representing San Francisco, has been full of ideas to counteract that.
If someone successfully files for a patent with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, they get a monetary prize. For a company in the business of breaking new technological ground, this makes sense: Invent a thing, win an award!
.. “There are eight trade secrets in this case, just eight,” Gonzalez said. “Tell the jury, who are the people who got bonuses for these eight things that are supposedly great ideas?”
There isn’t a program like that, Dimitri Dolgov responded.