Archive for July, 2017

Effective Ways of Dealing with Cyber-crime in Businesses

Wednesday, July 12th, 2017:

Cyber-crime or cyber-criminal is one of the major problems faced by most of the small-scale and large-scale modern business organizations. Most of the small business organizations never thin that they have enough information, which needs proper protection because of their small size. This is the stage, where most of the business owners commit one of the biggest mistakes leading to some of the disastrous consequences. Most of the small business organizations overlook the significance of information security protocols, which create some of the good opportunities for the hackers towards different types of criminal activities. Despite, business owners do not realize […] Read More →

Ex-worker at Nordstrom-owned Trunk Club sues over unpaid wages

Wednesday, July 12th, 2017:

A former Los Angeles employee of Trunk Club, the Nordstrom-owned personal-styling service, has filed a lawsuit, saying his managers pressured him and his fellow employees to work off-the-clock without being paid By Seattle Times business reporter A former employee of Trunk Club, the Nordstrom-owned personal-styling service, has filed a lawsuit in California, saying his managers pressured him and his fellow employees to work off-the-clock without being paid Darius Rowser, who had worked at Trunk Club in Los Angeles, alleged in the lawsuit that his employer “knowingly permitted and required” employees to “perform work, off-the-clock, as part of their regular working […] Read More →

Mariners’ Robinson Cano homers in 10th to give American League 2-1 All-Star Game victory

Wednesday, July 12th, 2017:

The Mariners’ second baseman takes home MVP honors after his homer in the top of the 10th gives AL a 2-1 lead. MIAMI — Not playing wasn’t an option for Robinson Cano. An admitted baseball junkie that can never get enough at-bats or ground balls, his love of baseball and the rush and honor of playing made it impossible to be a spectator for nine innings on baseball’s biggest stage. And yet there were some people that didn’t want him to play. Chosen to be a part of his eighth All-Star Game, the Mariners second baseman shrugged off the notion […] Read More →

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