A quick trip back in time shows why there's hardly any difference between a dinner jacket and a tuxedo jacket.
This local cybersecurity company stays busy working with the FBI and tracking down hackers around the globe.
The biggest risk a company can take when it comes to cybersecurity is waiting until after an incident occurs to think about how to respond to the attack.
The Tempe Police Department has released the video from the fatal Uber crash Sunday night that killed a 49-year-old woman. The video shows the victim Elaine Herzberg walking her bike in the middle of the road. It does not show the actual collision "due to the graphic nature of the impact," said Det. Liliana Duran in an email. The video also shows an interior view of the driver looking down at something off and on, possibly a phone or computer screen, before looking up in surprise right before…
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg broke his silence on Wednesday afternoon, for the first time addressing the Cambridge Analytica data breach scandal that has engulfed the company all week. The markets did not immediately react to his statement, with the stock closing the day up 0.73 percent. Facebook has lost some $60 billion in value since the story broke over the weekend. The New York Times report alleged that Cambridge Analytica, a secretive data mining company that worked with Donald Trump's 2016…
Baltimore education technology startup Allovue is looking to raise $5.5 million in funding, according to documents filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The five-year-old firm, headquartered above the R. House food hall in Remington, said it is still in the midst of the latest fundraise and declined to comment on what the funds will be used for. The edtech firm previously raised a $5.1 million Series A financing round in 2015. That round was led by Rethink Education and intended…
CEO Eilif Serck-Hanssen said the company is also planning to divest schools in two more markets, while continuing to review its portfolio.
Good morning! I hope everyone had a safe and relaxing snow day and got to take at least a little bit of time off from work to spend with friends and family. It's still cold and icy outside although the roads are better than yesterday. You can expect the 30 to 40 degree temperatures to continue today and through the night. Here are eight things you need to know to start your day. With all the snow days we've had this year — despite actually getting very much snow at all — some Baltimore-area…
A brilliant, important documentary on the environment viewed from a leadership and the environment perspective
They had to know the possibilities of companies snagging data. But all that money is alluring.
How John Oliver Parodied a Book About the Vice President's Bunny and Wound Up With the No.-1 Book on Amazon
Of course, it's 2018, so this doesn't even sound all that weird.
This Famous Airline Is Putting a Waist-Size Restriction on Passengers (Business Class Passengers, That Is)
Will high-paying passengers be able to stomach this?
I don't know if people will like this.
The Facebook founder outlined next steps to protect users' data, following reports a developer misused information it collected from the platform.
Doctors claim the secret to a healthy brain in years to comeis to S.H.I.E.L.D. it.
It may be a snow day for scores of people across the Baltimore region, but for Geoffrey Danek, today is another day at work. Danek, the owner of Tex-Mex restaurant Holy Frijoles on The Avenue in Hampden, prides himself on keeping his doors open regardless of the weather forecast. "That's kind of our thing," Danek said. "For years and years, we've always, no matter what, opened up." As snow continued to blanket the city Wednesday afternoon, Danek and his staff were serving up tacos and margaritas.…
Any sufficiently disruptive technology bringrisk before it brings promise.
If you're going to create a brand that draws people in, you have to focus on three things
The social media marketing landscape moves at breakneck speed. Here's how to make sure you don't get left behind.
The program helps small businesses grow and transition faster to priming contracts, at a time when a "stasis-is-death" ethos is driving ongoing consolidation in the market.