Home » 2015 » January (Page 3)

Nineteen-Year-Old Kid Killed in Landscaping Accident Illustrates the Need For Job Safety

Nineteen-Year-Old Kid Killed in Landscaping Accident Illustrates the Need For Job Safety

For six months, the residents of Everett, Washington have been mourning the premature death of one of their own: a 19- year-old college student. According to Q13 FOX News, Bradley…

Sue Arnall Cashes Billion Dollar Check in Harold Hamm Divorce, Then Demands Appeal

Sue Arnall Cashes Billion Dollar Check in Harold Hamm Divorce, Then Demands Appeal

Though she cashed the check — totaling nearly a billion dollars — that settled their divorce, Sue Ann Arnall has decided to continue to pursue an appeal of her divorce…

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Goes After Two Student Debt-Relief Scams

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Goes After Two Student Debt-Relief Scams

Two student loan debt-relief scams were shut down by government agencies in December, but the danger still exists for young borrowers desperate to escape the high cost of college. College students…

Michigan Law Allowing Direct Access to Physical Therapy Goes Into Effect

Michigan Law Allowing Direct Access to Physical Therapy Goes Into Effect

One of the many new laws that went into effect on Jan. 1 this year is a change in Michigan’s policy that will now allow patients to receive physical therapy…

Google Makes a Major Change in DoubleClick Program, Offering More Transparency to Advertisers

Google Makes a Major Change in DoubleClick Program, Offering More Transparency to Advertisers

It’s common knowledge that businesses are more likely to see higher web traffic and more page links if they bolster their online marketing and advertising campaigns with multimedia content, and…

Petroleum Companies Agree to Fund Cleanup of Decaying Alabama Fuel Storage Facility

Petroleum Companies Agree to Fund Cleanup of Decaying Alabama Fuel Storage Facility

Three petroleum companies have agreed to fund the cleanup of an abandoned, decaying bulk fuel storage site in Bessemer, AL. According to a January 6 AL.com article, the U.S. Justice…

While Sorting Through Clothing Donations, Goodwill Worker Discovers $1,200 in Cash in Garment Pocket

While Sorting Through Clothing Donations, Goodwill Worker Discovers $1,200 in Cash in Garment Pocket

With ice, snow, and bitter winds covering much of the United States, now is the time when charities most rely on used clothing donations to help people in need. But…

Cold Weather Snaps Across the Country Lead To Increased Concerns About Furnace Fires

Cold Weather Snaps Across the Country Lead To Increased Concerns About Furnace Fires

It doesn’t matter if you live on the East Coast or the West Coast — every state that could possibly be considered part of the northern half of the country…

California Colleges Experience Rise in Efforts to Unionize Part-Time Faculty

California Colleges Experience Rise in Efforts to Unionize Part-Time Faculty

A recent surge of unionization efforts across California’s college campuses and the rest of the nation are rooted in the frustrations of part-time and adjunct faculty who are becoming increasingly…

Real Estate Experts Predict 2015 Will Be Year of the First-time Homebuyer

Real Estate Experts Predict 2015 Will Be Year of the First-time Homebuyer

As experts from industries across the board make predictions about how their industries will fare in the coming year, real estate experts are predicting that 2015 will be the year…

Page 3 of 512345