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19 hrs ago | via Albany Times Union
Starting this week, Facebook users in the United States and Canada can search and apply for jobs directly from the social-media platform. It's one more way Facebook is trying to expand its reach, particularly among low-wage, hourly workers who may not have profiles on job-search sites such as LinkedIn or Monster.com . Comment?
Thursday | via The San Diego Union-Tribune
Starting this week, Facebook users in the United States and Canada can search and apply for jobs directly from the social-media platform. It's one more way Facebook is trying to expand its reach, particularly among low-wage, hourly workers who may not have profiles on job-search sites such as LinkedIn or Monster.com. Comment?
Thursday Feb 16 | via Light Reading
Teoco has advanced its analytics and big data strategy with the acquisition of PreClarity, a Victor, New York-based specialist vendor, for an undisclosed sum. Fairfax, Va.-based Teoco Corp. , which has provided service assurance, analytics and optimization tools to more than 300 network operators globally, says it will integrate PreClarity 's main product, Conductor, into its existing business analytics portfolio to help support proof of concept and R&D projects. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 14 | via PRWeb
Trident Systems has selected Ingenium Group as the exclusive reseller and local support provider for their Tactical Chat product to Australia and New Zealand. TacChat is an enhanced XMPP standards-based secure chat server with features to provide increased reliability and higher performance on secure communications networks. Comment?
Thursday Feb 9 | via Chicago Tribune
This file photo taken on June 28, 2013 shows a Singapore Airlines Boeing 777-312 being towed out of Changi International airport for departure in Singapore. Singapore Airlines on February 9, 2017 announced an order for a total of 39 Boeing passenger planes worth $13.8 billion as part of its growth plans for the next decade. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 8 | via PE Hub
Sophos has agreed to acquire Fairfax, Virginia-based Invincea, an anti-virus company, for a consideration of $100 million with a $20 million earn-out. Invincea's backers included ORIX Growth Capital, Comerica Bank, Dell Ventures, New Atlantic Ventures and Harbert Ventures. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 8 | via TV Technology
OTA Broadcasting wants to be able to sell stations to wireless providers in a post-auction aftermarket. OTA specifically wants to the Federal Communications Commission to release its TV channel repacking data as soon as possible to see what stations that did not sell in the auction would be in the way of a timely repack. Comment?
Friday Feb 3 | via TheStreet.com
Smart investors make sure to check Finra's BrokerCheck database before they do business with a broker. But what if the broker managed to clean up his complaints? People on Wall Street get lots of perks, but an underappreciated advantage of working in the industry is the ability to make unseemly warts on your regulatory record vanish into thin air. Comment?
Tuesday Jan 31 | via The Gazette
Girl Scout cookies include Girl Scout S'mores, Samoas, Do-si-dos, Tagalongs, Trefoils, Savannah Smiles and top seller Thin Mints. MUST CREDIT: Washington Post photo by Katherine Frey Girl Scout Sophia Rubeiz says selling Girl Scout cookies is like an art. Comment?
Monday Jan 30 | via Fox News
Our financial decision-making abilities peak in our 50s and can decline pretty rapidly after age 70, researchers tell us. That's how otherwise smart older people fall for sweepstakes frauds, Nigerian investment schemes and the grandparent scam, where con artists pretend to be grandchildren in a financial jam. Comment?
Monday Jan 30 | via NewsOK.com
This file photo provided by NerdWallet shows Liz Weston, a columnist for personal finance website NerdWallet.com. Our financial decision-making abilities peak in our 50s and can decline pretty rapidly after age 70, researchers tell us. Comment?
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