Like electricity, successful businesses take the path of least resistance. For Tesla Motors, the premium electric car company, this means bypassing dealerships and selling their vehicles directly to consumers.
Conflict between Ukraine and Russia continued to escalate Tuesday. Although both sides have stated they don’t want war, neither has shown any sign of acquiescing. Statements released by a Ukrainian parliamentarian have also shown little hope of a peaceful solution or even negotiation.
Grad school and professional career hopefuls, you may want to set all your social media to private. Now more than ever, admission officers, headhunters and recruiters of all sorts are utilizing social media to get the scoop on their candidate’s qualities. A recent New York Times article told the tale of a Bowdoin College applicant who foolishly broadcasted some disparaging tweets during a college information session.
The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, otherwise known as CISPA, is back in the Senate. Last we heard, the bill was dead on arrival in the Senate, after it was effectively grounded by Edward Snowden’s PRISM revelation.
It’s Florida law that the state foots the bill of any acquitted defendant’s legal expenses, and guess who wants to cash in on that?