“Straight up, we made some mistakes…We want to own that.”
That lazy employee may actually just have lots of untapped potential.
The investigation comes after Whole Foods agreed to pay $800,000 in fines for a similar problem in California.
The security flaw allows hackers to take control of certain Samsung flaws, eavesdrop on conversations and install malware.
“I would probably say wedding dresses are at the top of the list when you talk about unique apparel items.”
Bathrooms on airplanes don’t leave much room to move around, and now, it’s about to get worse.
A certain string of characters sent through a text message can crash your iPhone’s messaging app or even shut down your phone.
Takata has declared nearly 34 million air bags defective in the nation’s largest-ever auto recall.
The company has launched a “See the Lyte” social-media campaign.
Ride it until the wheels fall off!
Blue vs. blue.
Yes, dial-up service still exists.
Bumble Bee Foods, along with two of the tuna company’s workers, were charged Monday in connection with a plant employee who burned to death in an industrial pressure cooker at the company’s Santa Fe Springs plant in October 2012.
The “Golden Arches” are not so golden right now after the company announced that it will be closing hundreds of its restaurants across the globe this year.
Employees were given no warning of the announcement.
A farewell to arms? Or at least, to scrawny arms Rob Lowe?
“I’m all kinds of sexy.”
Report says it could be 80 years or more until the glass ceiling is truly broken.
Court clears the way for the victims of the Target data breach to receive compensation.
“You want to be the pebble in the pond that creates the ripple for change.”