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Warm fuzzies and local loyalty don't amount to much anymore

Don’t forget how modeling helped lead banks into the crisis

Employment lawyer and HR professional Marian Exall, a regular blogger on ababj.com, relates how a friend who works as a scientist for the EPA did such a good job that he was promoted to manager. Now he complains that he “can’t get anything done” because his reports “keep bothering me with questions.”

New federal interpretation reverses past policy. Banks face implications in multiple areas

4 reasons to worry (besides health care reform implementation)

There has been a transition in acceptance pertaining to mobile banking, but is it mainstream?

On October 26, Microsoft began offering the new Windows 8 operating system for sale. Basically speaking, the system represents a fundamental shift from the Microsoft point of view

I have to admit that at this time of year, I start to get excited. My anticipation is building for the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January 2013. I have my tickets, room, and I'm ready to go!

When Plan B doesn't work!

By | November 27, 2012 |

Every disaster is quickly followed with news reports of things not working. Infrastructure being the first to be highlighted with power, transit systems, and cellular service all leading the list. Plan B, that is, your disaster recovery plan, does not always work.

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