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Nothing To Fear But Yourself: Female Leadership Tools From A Fighter Pilot

The inside of a F-14 tomcat cockpit is not that much different than the workplace. And Carey Lohrenz would know. The country’s

3 Reasons To Be Angry About Equifax’s Data Breach, And How You Can Protect Yourself

Look’s like the Attorney General is on it: For those who did take them up on their offer, it only seems to imply whether

Uber's Self-Driving Cars Promised Pittsburgh A Revolution. But For Whom?

The technology, billed as a central pillar of the Steel City's future, may be creating more economic anxiety than anything else.

Amazon's M&A Strategy Evolves

Amazon ? already the world’s largest internet retailer ? makes headlines when it drives M&A to dominate a category like grocery

Dear Millennials, From Baby Boomers (And Vice Versa)

Since September is Intergeneration Month, take time to appreciate the richness that comes with the collaboration of wise

Equifax CEO Steps Down In The Wake Of Major Hack

A data breach at the credit monitoring company had exposed the private information of some 143 million Americans.

You’re Hired! Change The Process To Fill The Gender Gap So Women In Tech Win

The women in tech pipeline problem starts not with whether or not a male or female candidate is hired, but how a candidate

Walmart Wants To Stick Groceries In Your Refrigerator While You're Away

Sure, it's creepy, but so is summoning strangers to pick you up at home in their own cars.

You Probably Don't Know These Consumer Laws -- But You Should

It might be a stretch to say that American consumers are legally illiterate. After all, don't we watch Law & Order? In fact

The Equifax Breach Is Bad, But There Are Steps That Can Help

By Kathleen Krumpter, Senior Financial Counselor, New York Legal Assistance Group When I first saw the news that Equifax

Ex-Google Employees Sue Tech Giant For Systemic Gender Pay Discrimination

"The net result of this systemic discrimination is that Google pays women less than men for comparable work," the suit says.

Surprise! Amazon Seems To Think You're Pregnant

A mass email told customers they'd received a gift from their baby registry. Problem was, many aren't even expecting.

What’s Wrong With 'Poverty, Inc.'? A Critical Review

If no country has been able to provide well-paid jobs to everyone, how can a poor economy with limited resources do that for everyone?

Former Macy's Employees Sue Company For Allegedly Racially Profiling Asian Shoppers

The plaintiffs say they were fired when they tried to speak up about the alleged discrimination.

How Monsanto Manufactured Outrage At Chemical Cancer Classification It Expected

Three years ago this month Monsanto Co. executives realized they had a big problem on their hands. It was September 2014

Ex-Google Employees Sue Tech Giant For Systematic Gender Pay Discrimination

"The net result of this systemic discrimination is that Google pays women less than men for comparable work," the suit says.

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