Dell is buying EMC, a data storage company, for $67 billion. That’s the biggest technology acquisition ever.
This week, the University of Southern California terminated Steve Sarkisian, their head football coach.
You didn’t misread that headline – the Minnesota Court of Appeals just ruled that Minnesota’s DWI test refusal law is unconstitutional.
The US Department of Labor sent shock waves through the halls of many PR firms when it published proposed rules this summer delineating the narrow exemptions from the payment of overtime for “white collar employees.”
Fall is a beautiful time of year – a time for cleaning up our gardens and preparing for the rigors of winter.
Two recent cases and NetDiligence’s 2015 Cyber Claims Study suggest that every organization that collects personally identifiable information from consumers should consider buying cyber insurance.
It’s no secret that I love social media – I was an early adopter, and I still regularly engage on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit recently reinstated regulations from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), extending federal minimum wage and overtime requirements to home health workers employed by third-party employers.
Earlier this month, The New York Times ran another column in its Workalogist series that asked the following question.