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Dotloop's messaging features just got a whole lot more streamlined


Inman:  In an effort to streamline the number of platforms real estate agents use to advance deals, popular cloud-based transaction management, form creation and e-sign tool dotloop has announced new real-time communication and document sharing mobile messaging features. “Messaging is the fastest and most popular way real estate professionals are communicating these days,” said Austin Allison, founder and general manager of dotloop, in a statement. “That’s why we’re investing in making it a more central and integral part of the dotloop experience.”

Seqirus joins universal flu vaccine partnership UIVI


FiercePharma:  The quest for a universal flu vaccine has attracted significant attention as problems with traditional flu shots have grabbed headlines in recent years. Now, leading flu vaccine player Seqirus has teamed up with the Human Vaccines Project's Universal Influenza Vaccine Initiative to provide assistance in the effort.

Salaries: US wage growth in June was 2018's strongest so far


USA Today:  Median base pay for workers in the United States climbed by 1.6 percent in June to $52,052, according to the latest edition of Glassdoor's Local Pay Report. That was the strongest growth in the wage statistic so far in 2018. "With unemployment hovering around historic lows, employers' need to fill roles climbs," said Glassdoor Chief Economist Andrew Chamberlain in a press release. "What results is that more workers, especially in high demand industries like healthcare, finance, and e-commerce, are in the driver's seat to negotiate for better pay in order to fill these roles."

Marc Benioff and Jeff Weiner are among America's 10 most-liked CEOs of 2018


CNBC:  Career site Glassdoor released its 2018 Top CEOs list on Wednesday, based on information gleaned from employee reviews from over 770,000 large companies. The executives on the list lead Fortune 500 companies and tech giants as well as up-and-coming businesses. Topping the list is Silicon Valley CEO Eric Yuan of Slack-competitor Zoom Video Communications. The top 10 also includes Marc Benioff of Salesforce, Jeff Weiner of LinkedIn and Lynsi Snyder of In-N-Out Burger.

The Secrets To Changing The World: A Big Vision And Effective Collaboration


Forbes:  The Human Vaccines Project, where I serve as president and CEO, has a mission to decode the human immune system to help scientists understand how it fights disease. The information will then be used to accelerate the development of better vaccines and immunotherapies that will save millions of lives. Imagine if we could harness the power of the human immune system to not only tackle major infectious pandemics like influenza, but also prevent and control chronic diseases like cancer, allergies, heart disease and potentially even Alzheimer’s. Until recently, attempting to understand the human immune system was sheer fantasy due to its vast size and complexity. However, technological advances have provided the tools necessary to undertake this unprecedented effort, allowing us to inch closer to transforming the future of human health. We knew we wouldn’t be able to accomplish this alone, so the organization has assembled leading academic research centers, industrial partners, nonprofits and governments to address the primary barriers and work towards a common goal of decoding the immune system.

Who’s Moving Where and For What Jobs? Glassdoor Study Reveals Top U.S. Cities Applicants Are Eyeing


GeekWire:  Seattle is a leading destination when it comes to U.S. cities where people are most interested in moving for work, but it still trails several others, including San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles and more.  That finding is among many in a new economic research study out today from Glassdoor, the job and recruiting website. The study, Metro Movers: Where Are Americans Moving for Jobs, And Is It Worth It?, identifies, among other things, where job applicants are most interested in moving, where they’re interested in leaving, and which factors drive people to move for a new job. The study is based on a sample of more than 668,000 online job applications started on Glassdoor during a one week period, from Jan. 8-14, for the 40 largest metro areas in the U.S.