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A Brief History of Equifax Security Fails

The leak of data on as many as 143 million Americans announced by Equifax this month was not the first rodeo for the credit monitoring and (irony alert) breach recovery firm. It's had problems protecting its customers' information dating back years. »


To Hire Star Millennials, Plug Successful Sustainability Efforts

As organizations look toward finding their next generation of executives, they can hardly avoid seeking out millennials, the generation defined in part by their increased use and familiarity with communications, media and digital technologies - and the largest population group on the planet. »


Three Keys to Keep You Ahead of Digital Transformation

As digital transformation enables rapid change in traditional operations, organizations are finding new and more efficient ways to do business. »


Hovering on the Edge: Will Airships Go Mainstream?

A light breeze blew against the enormous hangars that dominate the pastoral skyline of Bedfordshire, like Brobdingnagian relics in Gulliver's Travels. "The weather was fine," the post-accident report stated - perfect conditions for the Airlander 10's second test flight, scheduled for Aug. 24, 2016. »


For This Company, Online Surveillance Leads to Profit

For This Company, Online Surveillance Leads to Profit

In a small office in Ashburn, Va., ensconced among the government contractors that make up the Dulles Technology Corridor, a start-up called Babel Street is bringing government-style surveillance to an entirely new market. »


Opinion: How Blockchain Can Restore Trust in the Wine Industry

Blockchain is one of those things that everyone talks about but no one (myself included) really understands - like bitcoin or the stock market. I do understand, however, that blockchain is all about trust, and that's the reason it's going to revolutionize every industry. It's also the reason it can... »


China Snaps Up America's Cheap Robot Labor

China Snaps Up America's Cheap Robot Labor

"Made in America" will soon grace the labels of T-shirts produced by a Chinese company in Little Rock. »


'Ware-bnb': The Rise of On-Demand Distribution

'Ware-bnb': The Rise of On-Demand Distribution

With its dark, gloomy winters, Seattle is a good place to run a wine accessories store, especially during the holiday season. A few years ago, a wine-themed company called True Fabrications was doing well in Seattle - so well, in fact, that it was running out of space to store its inventory. The... »


Levi's Aims to Make Life Better for Garment Workers

Levi's Aims to Make Life Better for Garment Workers

It's 11 a.m. on a Tuesday, and a section of Linea 1 has left their stations to form a ring on the factory floor. As their supervisor stands in the center, the workers toss a ball of blue yarn back and forth across the circle, each holding on to a segment of string to create an elaborate cat's... »


Hospital Tracks Equipment With RFID-Enabled Shelving

Tokyo's St. Luke's International Hospital has completed a pilot of RFID technology to track the movement of equipment. The facility found that the technology identified stock levels at each of its wards in real time, and reduced the number of staff visits to the central clinical engineering room by... »


Worldwide Information Security Spending Will Top $85Bn This Year, Gartner Says

Worldwide spending on information security products and services will reach $86.4bn in 2017, an increase of 7 percent over 2016, with spending expected to grow to $93bn in 2018, according to the latest forecast from Gartner, Inc. »


Novartis CEO's Dilemma: Is $475,000 Too Much for a Leukemia Breakthrough?

Novartis CEO's Dilemma: Is $475,000 Too Much for a Leukemia Breakthrough?

Joseph Jimenez, the chief executive of Novartis, is celebrating a triumph. The Food and Drug Administration approved Kymriah, a new treatment for kids with leukemia. But he's also taking heat from all sides over his decision to charge $475,000 for the treatment, and, in a major first, to negotiate... »


Timberland Looks to New Source for Cotton Supply Chain

In a move that it hopes will create a new cotton supply chain, outdoor clothing company Timberland is working with the Smallholder Farmers Alliance (SFA) on an effort to reintroduce cotton as a crop in Haiti, the company announced. »


How Chocolate Exposes Brexit Trade Risks

How Chocolate Exposes Brexit Trade Risks

Sean Ramsden and his family have been shipping British food abroad since the U.K. joined the European Union more than four decades ago. »


Opinion: Using Automation to Combat the Impending Labor Shortage

Opinion: Using Automation to Combat the Impending Labor Shortage

Carriers and third-party logistics operators have warned for years of an impending driver shortage, and now it is becoming clearer that this is a symptom of a much broader labor shortage facing the logistics industry that will impact drivers, dispatchers, and warehouse and dock workers. »


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