From the monthly archives:

April 2012

From Sully Sullenberger emergency landings to air traffic controllers falling asleep on the job, the U.S. aviation has been no stranger to scary risks over the past few years. But check out these perilous plane landings from last week at an airport in Spain. According to the U.K.’s Telegraph, crosswinds were a steady 40 mph [...]

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In the wake of the massive bribery scheme that allegedly allowed one of the world’s largest companies to expand throughout Mexico and dominate its retail industry, many are left wondering what will happen next to Walmart. The Week has a few ideas of what’s possible: U.S. authorities will go after Walmart aggressively 
The Justice Department [...]

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According to a recent article, Silicon Valley tech firms are using marketing tactics geared more towards fraternity brothers than programming savants. The problem? Not only is it sexist at times, but it is alienating a large chunk of qualified tech professionals. Here are a few examples: Sqoot, a site that offers application programming interfaces, advertised [...]

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As was heard throughout the speeches, sessions and networking chatter at the recent RIMS 2012 Annual Conference & Exhibition in Philadelphia, the biggest worry to business owners, CEOs and managers is that of cyber threats. And rightly so. It seems like each day we are inundated with reports of a new way hackers can gain [...]

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