Sorrow makes us all children again — destroys all differences of intellect. The wisest know nothing. - Ralph Waldo Emerson, American author
On Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture suspended poultry processing at a Foster Farms plant in Livingston, CA, due to an infestation of cockroaches.
Snapchat, the photo-sharing app popular among millennials, apologized in an anonymous blog post for a data breach that exposed 4.6 million users’ phone numbers after downplaying the issue for several weeks.
Gus Malzahn’s Auburn Tigers might have lost the BCS National Championship Game, but the future is bright for the first-year Auburn head coach and his program.
Obamacare’s Contraceptive Mandate Halted: What Does It Mean for the Supreme Court’s Ruling – Steve Delchin
The way things are lining up, the Affordable Care Act’s mandate that employers that provide health insurance include coverage for some contraceptive costs in those plans stands to be one of the biggest legal stories of 2014. The latest development on this front—as we wait for the Supreme Court to hear oral arguments on the issue—have the mandate facing two different injunctions, with one coming from a Sixth Circuit panel and the other coming from Supreme Court justice Sonia Sotomayor.
In just a few short years, DVRs and video-on-demand have dramatically altered how television is watched. In 2006, fewer than two percent of households owned a DVR.
In reading about the massive case involving dozens of New York firefighters and police officers who are charged with defrauding the Social Security disability system by faking the nature of their own conditions in order to procure government benefits, key pieces of evidence collected by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office include Facebook postings from the accused detailing activities that defy the basis for the disability claims – i.e., an officer riding a water scooter, one riding a motorcycle, and others working jobs as helicopter pilots and martial arts instructors.
On January 2, 2014, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) published its annual priorities letter for2014, chief among which will be IPOs, general solicitation in private offerings, crowdfunding portals and microcap fraud.
While cyber risks are sometimes thought of as “online” or Internet risks, a massive information theft recently occurred at Target’s brick-and-mortar stores when customers swiped cards and entered PINs while making in-store purchases.
A National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) recently concluded that an employer violated the National Labor Relations Act (Act) by implementing a “no gossip policy” and by firing an employee who violated the policy.