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Companies with women in the C-suite are more profitable than companies without them, according to a study by the Peterson Institute for Int’l Economics cited by Andi Simon, Ph.D.
Murray Energy Corp., which is waging a high-profile legal battle with HBO’s John Oliver, claims it received a flood of scabrous email messages, harassing phone calls and suffered the hacking of its website in the aftermath of the broadcast. (2 reader comments)
Charges are flying in France that government safety tests on cellphone radiation failed to check where phones are mostly carried—in pants and shirt pockets. Nine of ten phones exceed safe levels in those places. (2 reader comments)
Publicis CEO Arthur Sadoun, who officially took over for Maurice Levy on June 1, rocked the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity by announcing that the French combine will take a pass on next year's show. His action may save the show from itself. (1 reader comment)
The State Dept. has issued a "notice of funding opportunity" for a $2M campaign to "promote an open, interoperable, secure and reliable global Internet."
If the FCC’s Mike O’Rielly is justified in his enthusiasm for Wi-Fi and other wireless transmissions, then 225 scientists are wrong. (3 reader comments)
AT&T ($3.3B in ads), Comcast ($3B), and Verizon ($2.5B) are blocking press coverage of the dangers of Wi-Fi and other forms of radiation, says Jerry Flynn, retired Canadian Army officer.