Concerns about consumer privacy have exploded in the past decade as the number of Internet-connected devices has skyrocketed to an estimated 25 billion worldwide, including home security systems, heart monitors and smartphones.
A new survey by the Pew Reseach Center finds that 43% of Americans believe women have to do more than men to prove themselves when it comes to attaining executive-level positions.
American businesses spent an estimated $5 billion on social media advertising in 2013 and that number is expected to hit $15 billion by 2018, according to Gallup's State of the American Consumer report.
Nearly 43% of projected IT spending worldwide in 2015, or more than $1.6 trillion, will go toward telecom services, according to a new forecast by research firm Gartner.
Since 1997, the number of U.S. companies owned by minority women has grown from about 929,000 to 2.9 million, with African-Americans owning the largest share, a recent report found.
While Facebook remains the most popular social network, more online adults also are using sites such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest, new research shows.
Florida Institute of Technology, which has consistently been recognized as a Tier 1 Best National University by U.S. News and World Report, provides an array of benefits to military students and their families.
Florida Tech offers more than a dozen bachelor's degree programs 100% online, including Accounting, Applied Pschology, Aviation Management, Business Administration, Computer Information Systems, and Criminal Justice/Homeland Security.
As of 2014, women owned an estimated 9.1 million U.S. firms, employing almost 7.9 million workers and generating annual sales of $1.4 trillion, according to a recent report.
New research links an optimistic outlook on life with significantly improved cardiovascular health. The findings could have major public health ramifications, as cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death worldwide.