Cybersecurity experts advise against using the same password — or guessable variations of one password — for multiple accounts and devices.
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Gov.-elect J.B. Pritzker announced the leadership for his Job Creation and Economic Opportunity Committee on Illinois’ 200th anniversary.
Eisendrath joins a distinguished list of men and women honored each year since 1959 by INBA, a leading organization supporting broadcast journalism.
The Trump administration has made it harder to come to the U.S. for work, legally or otherwise. Work visas are costly, complicated and limited.
GPS and fitness apps present a “significant risk” to military personnel so those capabilities must be turned off in certain areas, a new order states.
Illinois tops in the nation? A high bar to meet when grading the education of our workers. So, we thought Pritzker’s tweet was worth checking out.
It remains to be seen if the “Open to All” message will calm frayed tempers or anger customers and businesses who might question its motives.
The unemployment rate for people with disabilities who want to be hired is 8 percent, more than twice the national average.
CBS says it will keep CEO Les Moonves in place while an outside counsel investigates sexual misconduct allegations against him.
Mattel that it will cut more than 2,200 jobs as the maker of Barbie dolls and Hot Wheels cars seeks to save more money.
Like it or not, Facebook’s footprint just got a whole lot bigger after the tech giant announced it would move into a huge new office in the Loop.
Some colleges are offering an alternative to student loans: We’ll pay your tuition if you offer us a percentage of your future salary.
Tronc, which owns the Chicago Tribune, says the Daily News will focus on breaking news involving “crime, civil justice and public responsibility.”
U.S. employment regulators are investigating allegations that Uber set up a pay scale that discriminated against women working for the ride-hailing se