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The U.S. economy reported its worst quarterly decline in modern history during the COVID-19 pandemic, with gross domestic product shrinking at an annual rate of 31.4% in the second quarter. The economy bounced back in the third quarter, but efforts to contain the virus’s spread throughout 2020 still resulted in a 3.5% annual economic contraction […]
(The Center Square) – The latest federal report suggests more troubles for the U.S. economy, even as experts hoped for a post-COVID economic surge.
MEMPHIS, Tenn., June 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- CodeCrew, a non-profit that empowers children and adults to be tech innovators and leaders, has announced that its students are participating in a free 16-week Bootcamp hosted by WorldQuant Predictive, an AI predictions products company, with the goal of creating a career pipeline for underrepresented groups in data sciences.
(The Center Square) – Americans in the first quarter of 2021 continued their 2020 pattern of moving from expensive, densely populated areas to warmer, more tax-affordable states, according to a new study from Updater Technologies.
Tennessee insurance consumers will gain new protections for their personal, medical and financial information with the recent passage by the Tennessee General Assembly of the Insurance Data Security Law.
(The Center Square) – As economic figures cast doubt on a post-COVID economic boom, the latest polling data show Americans lack confidence in the economy under President Joe Biden.
FRANKLIN, Tenn., May 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Kythera Labs announced today its new partnership with Databricks, the data and AI company that recently received Series G funding of $1 billion in response to the rapid adoption of its lakehouse platform. Kythera Labs is Databricks' first OEM partner for health systems, where the size and complexity of data sets demand advanced and specialized technology solutions.
(The Center Square) – A “tidal wave of women” left the workforce in 2020, according to a new academic study published in the journal, Gender & Society.