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The FTC warns companies about those 'warranty void if removed' labels

Consumers just gained more power over the products they buy. On Wednesday, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) informed consumer technology companies that those "warranty void if removed" labels on gadgets aren't OK. It's a win for the "Right to
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Nearly $1 Billion Was Invested In Space Startups In 1Q2018, New Report Says

According to venture capital firm Space Angels, nearly $1 billion was invested into space startups in the first quarter of 2018, led by a $500 million as yet unannounced investment round into SpaceX.
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3 Companies Helping Full-Time Employees Side Hustle on Company Time

Freelancing after being laid off? Sure. Moonlighting after a full day of work to make a few extra bucks? Sure. But how about freelancing during work hours? Or making extra cash on the back of a current employer? Sounds preposterous,...
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Foxconn, the company that makes the iPhone, has acquired Belkin for $866 million

Taiwanese giant Foxconn, best known to the western world as the company that manufactures the iPhone for Apple, has bought accessory maker Belkin, as well as associated brands Wemo, Linksys and Phyn, for $866 million in cash, the companies announced
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How to Ensure Top Talent Won’t Ever Turn Down Your Salary Offer

Perks and benefits add value to a job, and top talent has been vying for the companies that offer the best “extra little something” over the past few years. However, you’re fooling yourself if you think that an endless selection...
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FLOTUS to reportedly meet with social media companies about cyberbullying

First lady Melania Trump is sticking to her campaign promise to crack down on online harassment and cyberbullying. She's reportedly meeting with major players in social media and tech next week to see what can be done.  Even though she's
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GM plans to launch a car-sharing program this year

General Motors is staying tight-lipped about a new Bloomberg report that suggests the company's Maven car-sharing program will soon allow GM car owners to rent out their vehicles to strangers for brief periods of time through the app. GM's existing
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3 Drastic Ways to Improve Diversity Hiring

I was on a Fortune 250 company’s website recently and clicked over to its careers page. A career talent-acquisition professional, I’m always curious to see what the company’s career page looks like and how it compares with the rest

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