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Millennials to Make Up 75 Percent of Workforce by 2025 [Interview]

Millennials are set to make up at least 75 percent of the workforce by 2025 said Carrie Maslen, Global Vice President for small and medium business enterprises.

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Hypercars Have Been Saved From Environmental Regulations

Last week at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, famed hybrid hypercar, the McLaren P1, destroyed a Corvette Z06 around the track.

The P1, Porsche 918, and Ferrari’s La Ferrari are all gasoline-electric hybrids that are meant to save the hypercar from environmental regulations that Europe has implemented over the past decade

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Controversy Boiling Over New Net Neutrality Rules

Friday, after the extremely controversial vote by the FCC to regulate the Internet, still no details have been released about the 'Net Neutrality' rules that have been adopted.

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FCC Chairman Refusing to Testify Prior to Net Neutrality Vote

Tom Wheeler, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, refused to testify before the House Oversight Committee hearing on Wednesday. The hearing is taking place only one day before the FCC's vote on new Federal government regulations on the Internet, dealing with 'open access' and 'net neutrality'.

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“Planethood” Returning for Pluto?

Will Pluto once again be categorized as a planet? In 2006 Pluto was downgraded from "planet" to a "dwarf planet" due to a redefinition of what actually constitutes a planet. The democratic process, however, may soon be used to determine whether or not "planet" status is officially returned to Pluto.

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International Space Station Sighting Opportunity Tonight

Tonight on the South Plains we have another great opportunity to see the International Space Station (ISS) as it passes high overhead. The local forecast is calling for partly cloudy skies, so it should be good viewing weather.

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Spotting Venus in 2015

For the rest of 2015, the planet Venus will be bright in the evening sky, and easily spotted without binoculars or telescope.

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First Detailed Images of Pluto to be Captured in 2015

After nine years and a sojourn of more than 3 billion miles, NASA’s New Horizons space probe is nearing Pluto and will return the first detailed images of the dwarf planet.

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ESA’s Beagle 2 Lander Found on Mars

Beagle 2 was located by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter this month, about 5 km (just over 3 miles) from it's intended landing site.

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Satellite Spotting Opportunities in the Lubbock Area Tonight

Tonight’s ISS pass will be very bright. Begin watching for it at 7:04 pm near the northwest horizon, climbing higher to nearly directly overhead at about 7:07. From there the ISS will continue toward the southeast horizon, and rather than going out of sight below the horizon, it will disappear into the earth’s shadow about 7:08:38.

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