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3 questions every job seeker should ask about culture

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We come across a cornucopia of articles, white papers and blog posts on workplace culture, with inspiring examples from companies like Zappos, Facebook and Google as well as innovative ideas from fast growing start-ups. Some articles focus on the artifacts of culture like free food, foosball, pets at work, bring...
3 questions every job seeker should ask about culture

Yahoo Issues Statement Over Home-Working Ban: It's Right For Us

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"This isn't a broad industry view on working from home--this is about what is right for Yahoo right now." Yahoo has issued a statement following the outcry over its decision to stop its employees from remote working. The memo, which was leaked on Friday night to the AllThingsD website,...
Yahoo Issues Statement Over Home-Working Ban: It's Right For Us

Hungover After an Expansion Bender, Lot18 Pulls Out of the U.K., Lays Off Six

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Mr. James (Photo: Lot 18) Yesterday, Lot18–the members-only site for flash sales of wine, which is infamous for its bravado–announced in a statement distributed to wine industry publications that it will permanently shutter its U.K. operations, effective at the end of the week. That includes laying off six full-time employees. Apparently,...
Hungover After an Expansion Bender, Lot18 Pulls Out of the U.K., Lays Off Six

Why Silicon Valley needs the Unvarnished truth

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Unvarnished is no "burn book." After 15 years of covering Web startups, it’s not often that one strikes a chord in this jaded journalist’s heart. But one new Silicon Valley company strikes me as not just timely, but necessary. It’s called Unvarnished, and it aims to collect reviews about people....
Why Silicon Valley needs the Unvarnished truth

Riot reported at Apple partner Foxconn's Chengdu factory

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A riot involving "hundreds" of workers broke out at Foxconn's Chengdu factory in southern China as disgruntled employees clashed with security guards reportedly over "past grievances" involving working conditions....
Riot reported at Apple partner Foxconn's Chengdu factory

The Greatest Trick The Government Ever Pulled Was Convincing The Public The 'Hacker Threat' Exists

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The US government is already fighting wars on several fronts, including the perpetual War on Terror. "War is the health of the state," as Randolph Bourne stated, and the state has never been healthier, using this variety of opponents as excuses to increase surveillance, curtail rights and expand power....
The Greatest Trick The Government Ever Pulled Was Convincing The Public The 'Hacker Threat' Exists

How One Company's Twitter Account Went Rogue

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Social Media Insights is a new daily newsletter from Business Insider that collects and delivers the top social media news first thing every morning. You can sign up to receive Social Media Insights here or at the bottom of this post. If Your Marketing Director Doesn't Understand Twitter, Don't Tweet...
How One Company's Twitter Account Went Rogue
Celebrate iPhone Day the French way: By going on strike

Kaspersky Labs to build new operating system to protect against Stuxnet, other industrial exploits

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Recognising that as industrial control systems become a more integral part of a nation’s factories, power systems and other important machinery and communication platforms, Kaspersky Labs has committed to building its own secure operating system to provide another layer of protection from major exploits, disgruntled employees and attackers. The operating...
Kaspersky Labs to build new operating system to protect against Stuxnet, other industrial exploits

Yahoo Issues Statement Over Home-Working Ban: It's Right For Us

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"This isn't a broad industry view on working from home -- this is about what is right for Yahoo right now." Yahoo has issued a statement following the outcry over its decision to stop its employees from remote working. The memo, which was leaked on Friday night to the...
Yahoo Issues Statement Over Home-Working Ban: It's Right For Us
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Survey: What is the IT security professional’s biggest fear? An Anonymous attack.

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A recent study conducted by Bit9 showed that one of the IT security professional’s biggest fears is none other than Anonymous. Surveying just over 1,800 IT security professionals worldwide, the study stumbled across a contradiction or two in what is considered more threatening. 61% believe that their organizations could suffer...
Survey: What is the IT security professional’s biggest fear? An Anonymous attack.
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