Five ways to protect yourself from hackers by Mindy Charski You’re not the US government or a global corporation, but that doesn’t mean your computer and the information on it wouldn’t interest cybercriminals. In fact, with so many ways to profit off you, hackers have many reasons to be...

[caption id="attachment_9514" align="alignleft" width="225"] A beautiful senior African-American woman in her 70s wearing sunglasses and a wide brim hat on a sunny day. She is looking up at the sky, smiling. A building, palm trees and clear blue skies are visible in the reflection in...

ea.com “What are you doing to champion women’s advancement in the workplace?” Olga Bondarenko  Command Center Analyst • Ireland • I advocate for equity and access for women of all abilities, raise awareness of common workplace challenges, and partner with employee resource groups to build a diverse and inclusive workplace. Mala...

Not everyone can take two years off work to go back to school full-time. Executive MBA (EMBA) programs let professional women pursue a master’s in business administration while juggling busy personal and professional lives. Some programs require monthly on-campus visits, and some are 100 percent online,...

By Erika Mailman Perched on the southern shores of Lake Erie, Clevelanders are known for their affability and midwestern resilience and pride—and for being fierce advocates for their (formerly) gritty city and its Rust Belt heritage. Spanning the Cuyahoga River, the city offers eclectic architecture, a...

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