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I remember it as if it were yesterday, being ushered into the great Ben Bradlee?s glass-walled office in The Washington Post?s giant newsroom. It was the fall of 1987 and I was an editor at Inc. magazine and a long shot candidate to be the deputy business editor of the Post. Most of the other senior editors had pretty much decided I wasn?t ready for prime time (not enough newspaper experience).Read full article >>
Nearly everyone hates passwords -- they're hard to remember and can lead to major security headaches when users don't practice good digital hygiene such as using a unique password for each service.
Now Google and Twitter have both unveiled new tools for moving beyond the much maligned password, or at least for making them more secure.Read full article >>
Leidos is paying the government $1.5 million to settle long-standing charges that it had conflicting business relationships while performing work for a government agency, the Justice Department announced Tuesday. The work was performed by the Reston-based services contractor when it was still known as Science Applications International Corp.Read full article >>
Even four months after the Supreme Court's divisive Hobby Lobby decision, we still have no idea just how broad the ruling's impact will be.
That's thanks to the ambiguity of the 5-4 decision, which said owners of "closely held" for-profit businesses don't have to offer contraceptive coverage that violates their religious beliefs. The problem is the court didn't define what actually constitutes a "closely held" business that could claim such an exemption in the first place. And federal regulators who'll have to enforce the court's decision are looking for clarity.Read full article >>