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Annalisa Merelli

Annalisa Merelli
Annalisa Merelli is an editor, writer, social media and communications professional
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More Than 200 US Diplomats, Civil Servants and Servicewomen Say They’ve Been Harassed at Work

An open letter titled #metoonatsec accuses their industry of systemic discrimination and harassment.

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Jay-Z, Chris Sacca, Dave McClure: Powerful Men Admit Hurting Women, Are Congratulated for Personal Growth

The founder of the influential Silicon Valley incubator 500 Startups officially resigned from his company following a scandal.

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Trump’s Plan for the H-1B Visa Rules Would Keep the Poor Out of America

Every year, about 300,000 people are awarded a visa allowing them to work in the U.S.; over half get to the country holding an highly coveted H-1B visa.

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US Navy’s Next-Gen Comms System Frozen in the Italian Courts

After seven years and more than $7 billion, MUOS is ready to go. There’s just one problem with its Sicily station.

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Silicon Valley Startup Wants to Make Breast Cancer-Gene Testing Affordable to All Americans

Color Genomics has raised $15 million in funding to have all American women get access to a test for 19 gene mutations responsible of increasing cancer risk.