Monthly Archives: April 2011

Top 10 Countries Where Unemployment Rose

In an article posted on the Huffington Post by a Paris-based organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development lists the 10 countries with the highest unemployment rate in the recent years of depression. “Many countries on the list have seen high … Continue reading

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What do you do when a company’s stock falls?

Yahoo decided to cut CEO Carol Bartz’s compensation by 75%. When many failing companies are still giving bonuses out to the upper management, Yahoo Inc, sees it differently. If a company is failing, who is ultimately in charge? The CEO. … Continue reading

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Continental plane makes emergency landing in San Antonio

A Continental Airlines Boeing 737 jet that had just taken off from San Antonio International Airport was forced to make an emergency landing back at the airport Thursday morning due to a strong odor of chemicals on the plane. “There … Continue reading

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Apple denies tracking iPhone customers

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Apple Inc. denied it is tracking the movements of its iPhone customers, but said it will provide a software update that stores less location information on phones in response to public outcry over privacy issues. “Apple … Continue reading

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Google Starts Its Own Groupon for Location

Google launched its daily deal signup page — its very own Groupon, because the deal king had spurned Google’s $6 billion+ acquisition offer. Google will start a beta test service in Portland, Ore., and then spread out, trying to blanket … Continue reading

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Employees Misuse Company E-mail

A survey was conducted to companies with over 100 employees about the usage of their company e-mails. One in every ten employees said they have accidentally hit “reply all” or sent out confidential information to unauthorized co-workers. The “human error” … Continue reading

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GM likely to retake No. 1 sales spot from Toyota

DETROIT — General Motors is almost certain to claim the title of world’s biggest automaker this year, retaking the top spot from Toyota, which has been hurt by production problems since the Japanese earthquake and still can’t escape the shadow … Continue reading

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