With the rise of platforms like Twitter and Instagram, it’s easier than ever for conference organizers to put their in-person events online in real time. And while this is great promotion for the conference, it’s good for…
A breach of infection control resulting in a Dallas health worker getting Ebola raises fresh questions about whether hospitals truly can safely take care of people with the deadly virus, as health officials insist is possible.
Even in the United States, with the best conditions and protective gear available, mistakes can happen that expose more people to Ebola, the new case reveals.
The Monday-through-Friday, nine-to-five is a pipe dream.
For employees in “traditional” jobs — office jobs with set, weekday hours — today’s status quo of ever-connectedness means that work often creeps into personal life (and vice versa): We often find ourselves taking personal calls at work, or sneaking peeks at an oh-so-urgent Excel file on our phones in the middle of family movie night. And for employees without a set schedule — surgeons, entrepreneurs, entertainers and countless other…
JPMorgan Chase revealed Thursday that it had sustained a cyberattack that compromised the contact information of 76 million households and 7 million small businesses. Experts say that it’s a crisis situation for the bank, though it’s uncertain what the hackers will do with the stolen data.
“It’s fresh, it’s huge, and it’s a target list of people who qualify for Chase accounts,” Tod Beardsley, engineering manager at security firm Rapid7, told Mashable in an email. “This last piece of…
Larry Donnell is fantastic at actual football but horrendous at fantasy football.
Anyone following the tight end’s massive 2014 season knows that over the first 5 weeks of play Donnell has emerged as a fantasy football dynamo. He’s a must-start in all leagues and has been a godsend to those lucky enough to have picked him up.
Last week, after the at home audience chimed in, four couple found themselves in hot water after the first dances of the season: Leah and Artem, despite having some of the highest judges scores; Betsy and Tony; Michael and Emma; and Keo and Lolo faced jeopardy of going home
Ultimately, Lolo and Keo met their demise, and while we couldn’t help but have sympathy for first-time pro Keo’s early exit, the show must go on and that it did.