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  • "Peak Car" threshold signals changes from automobile to auto mobility

    "Peak Car" threshold signals changes from automobile to auto mobility
    SOUTHFIELD, Mich. — The world that Henry Ford put on wheels is poised to stall. Several auto-industry analysts predict "Peak Car," a point at which annual global sales growth will top out, in the next decade, Researcher IHS Automotive, for one,...
  • Missing Malaysia plane inquiry focuses on the 239 on board

    BEIJING — Like an Agatha Christie whodunit, the investigation of the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is now focusing on a finite circle of suspects: the 227 passengers and 12 crew members of the missing plane. While loath to call...
  • State doubles staff to handle unemployment claims

    State doubles staff to handle unemployment claims
    Florida's Department of Economic Opportunity said late Thursday that it is doubling its staff to handle questions and problems with its flawed online unemployment filing system Connect. DEO said it will hire 100 workers this month, another 100 in...
  • Whistle-blower warned EDD bosses about glitches in software upgrade

    A year before California launched an upgrade to a computer system that pays disability claims to injured workers, state employee Michael O'Brien warned his bosses of big trouble ahead. An application architect, he was in charge of making sure that the...
  • American idle? Automakers upgrade perspective on Millennials

    American idle? Automakers upgrade perspective on Millennials
    DETROIT, Jan 16 (Reuters) - Young U.S. consumers want vehicles outfitted with expensive technology that boosts gas mileage and keeps them safe and connected, according to a survey published on Thursday. But the high cost of car ownership remains a...
  • Department OKs payments to Florida's unemployed delayed by flawed online system

    Department OKs payments to Florida's unemployed delayed by flawed online system
    The U. S. Department of Labor on Saturday authorized unemployment payments to Florida's unemployed whose claims have been delayed due to the state's flawed online unemployment system, Connect. The Department of Economic Opportunity said it met with...
  • Department advised to pay 11,000 unemployment claims

    Department advised to pay 11,000 unemployment claims
    Florida's Department of Economic Opportunity has been advised to pay 11,000 continued claims that have been delayed in the state's flawed online computer system Connect, a spokesman for Sen. Bill Nelson said Tuesday. "[Labor] Secretary [Thomas] Perez...
  • Payment issued to 4,900 unemployed, state says

    Payment issued to 4,900 unemployed, state says
    Unemployment benefits have been issued to 4,900 Florida residents whose  benefits have been delayed by Florida's $63 million flawed online filing system, the state said Tuesday evening. "Payments should begin arriving on Wednesday," said Jessica Sims,...
  • 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...
  • Florida fines unemployment benefits site developer $1.5 million for flawed site

    Florida fines unemployment benefits site developer $1.5 million for flawed site
    Florida has recovered $1.5 million in "financial restitution" from unemployment benefits website developer Deloitte Consulting, said Florida Department of Economic Opportunity's executive director Jesse Panuccio in an update Wednesday evening....
  • Retailers try to put positive spin on their creep into Thanksgiving

    Retailers try to put positive spin on their creep into Thanksgiving
    When retailers opened on Thanksgiving last year, workers protested outside stores and holiday purists grumbled online — a distracting sideshow in what ultimately proved to be a less-than-robust sales season. Still, 35 million Americans showed up...
  • 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...