Jennifer Preston has plenty of experience in the journalism business: “I’ve worked as a city hall bureau chief, a circulation marketing manager, a deputy metro editor, a senior newsroom manager. I ran news administration for the office of the executive editor,” she told me. Preston was a political reporter, editor, and manager at The New...
Here are some photos of the Departments Of Law And Central Administration, Vienna University of Economics and Business (2014) in Vienna, Austria, by Crab Studio (Cook Robotham Architectural Bureau), photographed by Sebastian Deptula.To...Show More Summary
From the BLS: Job Openings and Labor Turnover Summary There were 4.7 million job openings on the last business day of September, little changed from 4.9 million in August, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today.......Quits are generally voluntary separations initiated by the employee. Show More Summary
Former professional wrestler Trish Stratus opened up recently about the ups and downs of her career, stating that “wrestling was not [her] life.” The WWE Hall of Famer was chosen to be a guest speaker for the Better Business Bureau of Western Ontario Awards ceremony that was held on Wednesday. Show More Summary
Jessica Johnson, president of Johnson Security Bureau, believes competitors will tell your story if you don't tell it yourself.
We've got some exciting internal news. Matt Rosoff is joining Business Insider as the West Coast Bureau Chief. He'll be overseeing our excellent team out west as it expands. Rosoff was previously with Business Insider from 2010-2012, before he made the foolish mistake of leaving. Show More Summary
Chances are you've come across "seals of approval" on web sites at some point in your web browsing life. Whether it's a Better Business Bureau seal, a Norton Secured Seal, or the TRUSTe Certified seal, they seem like a good thing to watch out for. How-To Geek points out how wrong that is. Read more...
The Bureau of Labor Statistics publishes quarterly data on employment and wages based on businesses' reports for the unemployment insurance program. They just released a breakout of the data focusing on nonprofit organizations. Using...Show More Summary
Jessica Johnson, president of Johnson Securities Bureau, explains how lifelong mentors can help guide and facilitate growth in your career and your business.
360b / Shutterstock.com The consumer watchdog gives the two most popular ride-sharing services its lowest possible grade. To be fair, the Bureau has received 110 complaints about Uber as of this writing, compared to only four for Lyft. For...Show More Summary
Uber, that taxi-app service that a lot of people seem to hate for screwing with competitors and privacy and the disabled and hammers, was just rated given an "F" rating by the Better Business Bureau. "F" does not stand for "Fun." Read more...
That whole dynamic pricing thing didn't go over too well.
Most of the complaints are due to Uber's practice of surge pricing
After the regional Better Business Bureau gave Uber a grade of F, the Taxicab, Limousine & Paratransit Association gleefully alerted the press to the ride-sharing service's failing grade, which is based on the 91 complaints the BBB has received about...
The ride-sharing service is booming, but has racked up numerous customer complaints about pricing and service
The latest scuffle between Uber and the taxi industry is, as you might expect, a bit one-sided. The Taxicab, Limousine and Paratransit Association (TLPA) trade group recently issued a press release stating that the Better Business Bureau has given...
The hail-a-car service earned the worst possible rating from the bureau, reports the New York Times, condemned by it largely due to "surge pricing" practices that customers find deceptive and excessive.
On Thursday, Uber received an "F" grade from the Better Business Bureau, the New York Times reports. It's the lowest rating that the independent organization assigns to businesses. Founded in 1912, the Better Business Bureau is the nonprofit...Show More Summary
Uber’s aggressive plan to take over private transit has it defending itself both from government regulators and its own protesting drivers. Peter Thiel, the billion investor in Uber’s competitor, Lyft, called Uber the most ethically challenged company in Silicon Valley. Show More Summary
The car-summoning start-up gets poor reviews as customers complain about the company's pricing practices.