Not everyone wants a visionary leader

In smaller companies, leaders with grand visions of the future may not be taken as seriously as they would be at a larger organization, writes Lila MacLellan. This is because the closer leaders are to their employees, the more practical and detailed their messages are expected to be.

Fab lab gives Wis. students space to explore STEM

A Wisconsin high school's fabrication laboratory is allowing students to put what they learn in engineering class into hands-on projects. A recent project involved students using VEX Robotics kits to build a hydrogen-powered vehicle that is about the size of a shoebox.

Yellen to depart Fed when successor is sworn in

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said she will leave the central bank's board of governors as soon as her presumed successor, Jerome Powell, is sworn in. Her departure will give President Donald Trump a fourth vacancy to fill on the seven-member board.

Door to Door Organics closes down

Door to Door Organics shuttered its operations Friday, after 20 years in the grocery delivery business. The move came abruptly after recent comments from its CEO that indicated future funding and growth for the retailer.

Bill to expand telehealth in Medicare Advantage set for passage

This year's Medicare extenders package includes the Increasing Telehealth Access to Medicare Act, a proposed bill set for passage that aims to expand telehealth coverage under Medicare Advantage plans. The bill calls for reimbursement of telehealth services at rates similar to in-person services starting in 2020 and access parity for such services in Medicare Advantage and Medicare part A and B programs.

Facebook's News Feed now includes "360 experiences"

Facebook has enabled virtual reality web experiences inside News Feed, which can be developed using Facebook's React VR framework. The "360 experiences" feature has been trialed by Sony, which with AvatarLabs and Creative Shop, which is Oculus and Facebook's creative agency, made a virtual treehouse scavenger hunt to tout the movie "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle."

Amazon launches Relay app to speed warehouse deliveries

Amazon last month made its first attempt at automating some of the truck delivery process by launching Relay, an app that lets truck drivers get in and out of the company's warehouses faster. It's the first connection between the e-commerce giant and millions of truck drivers.

UK launches Cyber Discovery to garner interest in cybersecurity

The UK government has launched the Cyber Discovery program to teach students about cybersecurity in hopes of attracting talent to fill the skills gap. The program is free and includes online and offline challenges and a "comprehensive curriculum" to get students interested in cybersecurity.

EMA's post-Brexit location to be decided today

A group of 27 European states will decide today on where the new location of the European Medicines Agency will be after Brexit. They will select from 19 candidates.

Sources: Verizon, NFL streaming deal is coming

A digital streaming deal between Verizon and the NFL is on the horizon, sources say. Through the deal, Verizon subscribers would be able to watch NFL games on more devices, including TVs.

Trump says infrastructure guide will come soon after tax package passes
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Congress is trying to formulate and pass a tax package before Christmas, and President Donald Trump said Monday that his administration will unveil a guideline of infrastructure principles soon after that. The guidelines would serve as a "building block" for any legislation.

Agricultural planners need to get ahead of climate change

Climate change will wreak havoc on sensitive crops such as coffee, and without adequate planning and groundwork, that will become a disaster for the poor farmers growing them. Adapting to this disaster requires forethought, such as training farmers for replacement crops and new techniques in a multiphase approach to help make the transition smoother for the global economy and less punishing to local farmers.

Air Canada's India service a success, airline exec says

Margaret Skinner of Air Canada talked to reporter Dibyendu Mondal about the airline's successful entry into the Indian aviation market and future plans. "Both the direct flights from Delhi and Mumbai to Toronto and Vancouver have been successful for us," Skinner said.

Forgotten Space Needle time capsule opened

A 1982 time capsule installed at Seattle's Space Needle was supposed to be opened in 2002, but as staff turned over and the plaque marking its placement disappeared, the capsule was forgotten. It was discovered last week and opened after 35 years, revealing original sketches of the Space Needle, photos of elevator operators, a menu from the building's restaurant and more.