James Whittaker will give two free presentations on “The Data Economy” at Florida Institute of Technology, where he was a computer science professor for almost 10 years.
A century after the beginning of The Great War, the nation once again will pause to remember the sacrifices of its veterans.
Globally, more than one-third of companies reported being the victim of fraud between 2011 and 2013, according to a survey by accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.
With fuel prices continuing to rise, aviation management professionals are exploring alternative sources of energy to power their fleets. The Solar Impulse 2 airplane has about 17,000 solar cells along its massive wingspan.
The Federal Aviation Administration has approved the use of unmanned aircraft for aerial surveys of oil pipelines in Alaska, the first-ever authorization of drone flights for commercial purposes.
Companies should consider introducing recognition programs to keep workers happy and boost performance, according to a Society for Human Resource Management report.
The FBI and Drug Enforcement Administration are among the law enforcement agencies that are affected by the new policy announced by Attorney General Eric Holder.
The Federal Aviation Administration is joining with more than a dozen organizations to highlight the potential weather hazards faced by general aviation pilots.
Nearly 500,000 new commercial airline pilots will be needed through 2032, with greatest demand in the Asia Pacific region, according to projections by aerospace company Boeing.
A new national study finds that two-thirds of companies allow employees to work remotely from home at least occasionally, a significant increase over the level of telecommuting in 2008.