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  • The best place to work in federal government? It's NASA. Again.

    The best place to work in federal government? It's NASA. Again.
    The best place to work in federal government? A newly released annual survey shows that, among big government agencies, it’s NASA. The same as last year. The Best Places to Work in Federal Government study by the nonprofit Partnership for Public...
  • Bollywood Goes South

    The Mumbai-based Indian majors are heading south along with their Hollywood partners, looking to cash in on the lucrative South Indian film market and expanding their reach beyond Hindi-language Bollywood. In 2012, the Indian film industry was worth $1.8...
  • As many as 300,000 jobless affected by state software snags

    Problems are growing worse for the state's Employment Development Department after a new computer system backfired, leaving some Californians without much-needed benefit checks for weeks. The agency initially said 80,000 unemployment claims were stalled...
  • Many unemployed Californians continue to report EDD complaints

    SACRAMENTO — Weeks after a computer malfunction interrupted unemployment benefits for as many as 300,000 unemployed Californians, many say they're still struggling to get help from the Employment Development Department. Some people have gone...
  • New computer system for unemployment benefits fails some | Poll

    New computer system for unemployment benefits fails some | <span class="inhed">Poll</span>
    South Florida resident Maria Rodriguez lost her call center job in September and now she's literally waiting for the lights to go out. She became eligible for unemployment benefits just before Florida converted its new $63 million online claim filing...
  • To those seeking jobless benefits, agency gave customer disservice

    To those seeking jobless benefits, agency gave customer disservice
    Suzanne Dinatale lost her job as sales manager for a biotech company in July. She applied almost immediately for unemployment benefits to help cushion the blow. Dinatale, 41, of Manhattan Beach, said she had no problem receiving the forms she needed...
  • What to expect during hearing on jobless checks delays [video chat]

    The California Assembly will hold a hearing Wednesday to determine what exactly went wrong with a botched upgrade to the state's unemployment benefits computer system that has left thousands without jobless checks for weeks. The Times has reported...
  • Lawmakers to examine causes of state jobless benefit delays

    Lawmakers to examine causes of state jobless benefit delays
    Panicked Californians inundated the state's unemployment agency with 20 times the normal volume of phone calls after a botched computer upgrade delayed jobless checks and crippled parts of the department's website. Call attempts surged after the Labor...
  • Severity of software glitch surprised EDD officials

    SACRAMENTO — Officials in charge of California's troubled unemployment insurance program said they underestimated the gravity of a computer meltdown that has left thousands of jobless workers scrambling to pay bills and feed their families....
  • One reason for botched Obamacare rollout, Democratic official says, is government doesn't get tech's best and brightest

    One reason for botched Obamacare rollout, Democratic official says, is government doesn't get tech's best and brightest
    State Sen. Jeremy Ring, D-Parkland, said one reason for the problem-plagued rollout of the Obamacare website is that top information technology talent doesn’t end up working at the federal Department of Health and Human Services. The best go to...
  • Democratic official says Obamacare hurt because government doesn't get high-tech best and brightest

    State Sen. Jeremy Ring, D-Parkland, said Monday that one reason for the problem-plagued rollout of the Obamacare website is that top information technology talent doesn't end up working at the federal Department of Health and Human Services. "They...
  • Study: Progress of Chicago businesswomen as board members and executives is slow

     Study: Progress of Chicago businesswomen as board members and executives is slow
    At the current rate, women will achieve equal representation in the boardrooms and executive ranks of Chicago's largest companies in 2084. Or 71 years from now. That glacial pace of change is the key finding of The Chicago Network's 2013 census...