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  • Employee suggestion boxes move into digital age

    At BGT Partners in Hallandale Beach, Fla., founder David Clarke wanted to give his staff a say in how to make the company better. So Clarke took the classic suggestion box into the 21st century, creating a dedicated website where employees anonymously...
  • Fears of TV cord-cutting overstated, survey finds

    Fears of TV cord-cutting overstated, survey finds
    Fears of consumers cutting the cord to their pay-TV provider might be overblown, according to a new survey by PriceWaterhouseCoopers. Most people surveyed said they subscribe to more than one video service.  Even younger consumers said they paid for...
  • UK dials up 'virtual doctors' in big telehealth push

    UK dials up 'virtual doctors' in big telehealth push
    LONDON (Reuters) - Shirley Silvers thinks the "virtual doctor" who monitors her chronic lung condition via mobile phone is wonderful. "It is like having my doctor sitting on my sofa," said the 64-year-old from Stoke-on-Trent in central England,...
  • Venture capital takes first fall in three years; biotech tanks

    Venture capital takes first fall in three years; biotech tanks
    Venture capital funding shriveled for the first time in three years in 2012, with investors funneling $26.5 billion to companies over 3,698 deals, according to a new report. That’s a 10% drop in dollars and a 6% slide in deal volume, according...
  • Lehigh men's basketball news, notes

     
    Lehigh men’s basketball seniors Gabe Knutson and C.J. McCollum are candidates for the Senior CLASS Award. An acronym for Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for Staying in School ®, the award focuses on the total student-athlete and encourages...
  • Electric cars could be cost-competitive with gas-powered in 2017

    Electric cars could be cost-competitive with gas-powered in 2017
    The cost of owning an electric car is wriggling its way down to becoming competitive with its gas-powered peers, according to new projections by the Electrification Coalition. Representatives from the Washington, D.C., advocacy group said during a...
  • Health insurance for college students: Take note of these tips

    Health insurance for college students: Take note of these tips
    Noel Carrillo was nervous this summer about his lack of health insurance. "I was a little bit scared because things happen all the time," said the 26-year-old Westwood resident. But now that he's headed to medical school at UCLA, help has arrived....
  • Malloy: Connecticut Will Be New Home To An Insurance Company 'Very Soon'

    Connecticut will be the new home of an insurance company, and the announcement is coming "very soon," Gov. Dannel P. Malloy told a group of insurance executives gathered Friday. It was a brief mention, and nothing more about it was said, during the...
  • What Nate Silver Means for Politics, Life on Earth

    What Nate Silver Means for Politics, Life on Earth
    I’m pissed that I did not write this column immediately after the election because now basically everyone on the internet has written it, but I’ll try to add my unique take (which just means more potty words). I was never all that worried...
  • Grant Thornton CEO spreading word about firm's Chicago roots

    Grant Thornton CEO spreading word about firm's Chicago roots
    He was born in England, spent a significant part of his career in Asia and cut his American corporate teeth in Dallas. But Stephen Chipman, now into his third year as chief executive of Grant Thornton LLP, is thinking a lot about Chicago.   ...
  • Romney Tax Release Comes After Months of Pressure

    Romney Tax Release Comes After Months of Pressure
    Mitt Romney's Friday release of some tax documents came after months of pressure on the Republican candidate to make public more of his financial picture. Republicans urging further release hoped additional documents would put the issue of what Romney...
  • Planning a vacation in 2011? Expect to pay more

    Planning a vacation in 2011? Expect to pay more
    Americans are venturing out again as they start to shake off the recession. That may be good for their spirits, but it's bad for their bank accounts. As more people travel, flights, cruises and hotel rooms get more expensive. Expect to pay more for your...