Business News Weekly ─ May 20, 2019

“Graduates salaries in 2019 get a small raise from those in 2018” from an article in the Wall Street Journal. The biggest jump by salary and profession is graphic designers at 10%. The smallest is engineers and software developers above 60,000 getting 1.4%.

“Cybersecurity jobs abound. No experience required”  from an article in the Wall Street Journal. Companies are scrambling to hire hundreds of thousands of corporate hackers to defend networks and data; recording Iris with video game simulations.

“ID tech, then paint controversial picture”  from an article Wall Street Journal. San Francisco is on the track to become the first US city to ban the use of facial recognition by police and other agencies.

“Current startups signal in during the lower of the Tech sector” ─  from an article in the Wall Street Journal. It may have been one of the worst times for the American economy, but the year is right after the financial crisis were among the best even for startup investments.

“The class of 2019 into the fray” from an article in the Wall Street Journal. Gone are the days when new hires spent years learning the ropes before being handled important work. Today’s graduates will be expected to jump right in.

“Microsoft wants a bug in Windows” ─  from an article in the Wall Street Journal Microsoft took the unusual step of wanting to the computer bug and has now patched could be used by a cyber weapon similar to the one a cry worm, which spread across the globe two years ago.

“San Francisco IPO tax” ─  from an article in the Wall Street Journal. City leaders are proposing to more than triple attacks on stock compensation in the bid to use revenue from public offerings by tech companies to address concerns about growing wealth disparity.