Finance & Economics

Without A College Degree, Hard-Pressed For Jobs

To keep up with house payments, siblings Natalie and Chris Geymayr left college after their mother's death and the recession...

Job Interview Quiz: Do You Know The 5 Questions to Ask?

At this stage of your career, you may have interviewed dozens -- or even hundreds -- of IT job...

A Business That Helps Prostitutes Bloom In Recovery

People gather in a support circle at Thistle Farms.

For Prostitutes, An Alternative To The Streets

A young woman is arrested for prostitution on Dickerson Road in Nashville.

Advanced Cyber-Attack Claims Are Usually False, Overhyped

When RSA Security disclosed in February that a third party had breached its networks, the company claimed that it had been hit by an advanced persistent threat. Federal research facility Oak Ridge National Laboratory also blamed its recent breach on...

iPhone Tracking Issue Not Apple's First Congressional Run-In

Apple is facing some serious questions about how and why its mobile products collect users’ location data. But it’s not the first time the company has dealt with interrogation by lawmakers over its practices related to that sort of information.

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You Are Rude, I Am Busy

Mobile etiquette is getting worse--although it's difficult to imagine this is possible. An Intel-sponsored survey by Ipsos found that 90 percent of respondents have witnessed poor mobile behavior firsthand, including texting while driving a vehicle...

Boeing Vigilare System Completes Site Acceptance Testing

Boeing today announced that the company's Vigilare network centric command and control system (NC3S) developed for the Commonwealth of Australia has completed site acceptance testing at the Eastern Regional Operations Centre (EROC) at Royal Australian...

Asian Nations Try Not To Get Scorched By 'Hot Money'

An employee counts bundles of Thai bahts at Krung Thai Bank in Bangkok in October. A tidal wave of money is pouring into Asia and...