On her first day at Countrywide Financial Corp., Cynder Niemela gave a talk to a gathering of her new colleagues. Every company, she said, has its own culture. Each is a tribe with its own rituals and myths.
A new political ad, entitled “French Mitt Romney,” shows a video of the presidential candidate speaking in French, poorly, promoting the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The House Judiciary Committee is scheduled to vote Thursday on a bill intended to fight internet piracy that would allow law enforcement to block access to entire websites accused of facilitating copyright infringement.
As you gather ‘round the ol’ tv set this year for your holiday viewing time with friends and family, you’ll notice that Christmastime doesn’t seem to shine as much as it used to from the ol’ tv tube…
TRENTON – An Assembly committee released legislation sponsored by Assembly Homeland Security Chairwoman Annette Quijano that is intended to protect New Jersey’s critical infrastructure and guard the state against cyber terrorism and cyber attacks on Monday.
NEW BRUNSWICK – The investigation into the fatal shooting of a New Brunswick man by a city police officer is nearing completion following numerous interviews with witnesses, including police, emergency medical workers and city residents, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced today.
If small business owners decided to stop paying our fair share of taxes, we’d be sent to jail. Big business tax dodgers want Congress to reward them with a tax holiday.
WESTFIELD – Silent night and all is calm – just not in your home. The world is sleeping all around you – yet you lie awake worrying.
STATE – Through the end of November, employees of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey have earned over $90 million in overtime pay, according to data released by the agency last week.
Americans have seen their freedoms decline on almost every front over the past decade. We have been spied on by surveillance cameras, eavesdropped on by government agents, had our belongings searched, our phones tapped, our mail opened, our email monitored, our opinions questioned, our purchases scrutinized (under the USA Patriot Act, banks are required to analyze your transactions for any patterns that raise suspicion and to see if you are connected to any objectionable people), and our activities watched.