More firms will be looking for summer help this year, says CareerBuilder.com survey
Seasonal job openings are expected to climb in the coming months, especially in the northeast, with companies in such industries as hospitality, manufacturing, retail and finance actively looking for summer help, according to CareerBuilder.com’s annual …
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Here’s Why Worldwide Cancer Drug Spending Spiked Last Year
According to the report, the cost of cancer drugs in the U.S. rose by nearly $ 16 billion since 2010, and more than $ 9 billion of that stemmed from uptake of treatments approved since 2010.
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Salem Media’s Niche Position Offers Upside In National Election Year
Adjusted EBITDA (excluding start-up losses for acquired stations and a litigation accrual … Management notes a strong performance for its stations in Los Angeles, Chicago and Atlanta, which was partially offset by weakness in the Dallas market.
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Americans Were Adventurous With Food Delivery This Year, Seamless Says
As you look back semi-fondly on 2015's highlights, you will probably notice that many of your best and, admittedly, laziest memories began with ordering takeout. GrubHub understands your addiction to ordering in, particularly if you live in a big city …
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Meet the Chicago Startup of the Year Semi-Finalists
From the start of the 2015, tech.co has been on a journey to find the very best startups across the globe. From Chicago to Las Vegas and everything in between, we've identified more than 50 startups deserving of the title Startup of the Year. On Monday …
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Is 2016 Really The Year Of Virtual Reality?
Since the early days of CES, virtual reality demos have been a mainstay of the tech showcase. But it looks 2016 is shaping up to be the year virtual reality goes beyond the showroom floor and into, well, actual reality. The Oculus Rift begins preorders …
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9 travel tech trends that will make 2016 a great year to get out of town
Gogo recently unveiled its 2Ku technology for fast in-flight Wi-Fi that delivers speeds of up to 70Mbps, while Boingo has installed 20Mbps Wi-Fi at several airports, including those in Boston, Chicago, and New York City. Unfortunately, many hotels …
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37signals Earns Millions Each Year. Its CEO's Model? His Cleaning Lady
Jason Fried is a founder and CEO of 37signals, a software company based in Chicago. Fried also treats 37signals as something of a laboratory for innovative workplace practices—such as a recent experiment in shortening the summer workweek to just four …
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