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3 Reasons Why Being Courageous at Work is Good for Your Career

Greg Cunningham, Vice President of Global Inclusion & Diversity at U.S. Bank, shares the best piece of career advice he ever received.

Video By Alana Winns and Christian Carew

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05 Jun, 2018
Lol authentic self, in a corporate environment that says fake it til you make it. Just know how to negotiate salary and not work for free. Outliving shoddy people helps too, you never know when someone leaves and you can have a stake in a new position. If you have the luxury of a union as opposed to sycophants, that helps strengthen those benefits.

Southern Company: Stay Safe, Warm and Save Money as Temperatures Drop

Southern Company's Georgia Power offers tips to help customers as winter weather sets in.

Originally Published by Southern Company.

As winter temperatures begin to drop, Georgia Power encourages customers to keep safety in mind and offers safety tips to help prevent electrical fires.

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Shutdown Over Border Wall Stops Over 42,000 Immigration Hearings in Their Tracks

"Largely, the individuals in the immigration courts and the ones getting their cases cancelled during the shutdown are on the lower end of the economic spectrum," said Alan Pollack, a New Jersey immigration attorney.

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A report by Syracuse University's Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse says that the tally of canceled immigration hearings, currently almost 43,000 for the shutdown period, would likely grow by 20,000 for each additional week the government fails to reopen.

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Money: people love and hate to talk about it. They want to make it, they want to use it, and they love having it, but when it comes to actually thinking about it, how we get it, how we use and how it helps or hurt us—that's when people start to ask questions.

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Update: Son of Black Man With Mental Illness Killed by Portland Police Plans to File Lawsuit

Meanwhile, the hospital that Andre Gladen was at hours before he was shot has made no comment.

Andre Gladen, a father of five who suffered from schizophrenia, was shot dead on Sunday by Officer Consider Vosu of the Portland Police Bureau (PPB), after an altercation in a home. Records confirm that he visited the emergency room of Adventist Medical Center in Southeast Portland a few hours before his death.

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Know the Rules to Break the Rules in 2019: Mastercard Podcast's Second Season is Ready

Fortune Favors the Bold helps break assumptions about money.

Originally Published by Mastercard.

Money: people love and hate to talk about it. They want to make it, they want to use it, and they love having it, but when it comes to actually thinking about it, how we get it, how we use and how it helps or hurt us—that's when people start to ask questions.

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Legally Blind Black Man with Schizophrenia Shot Dead by Police

Portland Police have been under federal investigation for use of excessive force.

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Andre Gladen, 36, had been in the hospital a few times after experiencing hallucinations, including trying to break into a car that he believed was on fire with his brother and cousin inside, his twin brother, Fonte Gladen, said.

He suffered from paranoid schizophrenia and was also legally blind. On Sunday, he was killed, instead of being helped, by police.

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