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Teens and young adults had easier time finding summer jobs this year
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Teens and young adults had an easier time finding jobs this year than they've had in at least three years, the U.S. Labor Department says. From April to July, 2.1 million more workers between 16 and 24 entered the U.S.
Heinen's Barrington store opening Wednesday will test the market for future Chicago expansion
BARRINGTON, Ill. -- On Wednesday morning, Heinen's Fine Foods will welcome shoppers to its 18th store, in the village of Barrington, Ill., an affluent Chicago suburb where the company has spent $10 million quietly building its first location outside Ohio. By all accounts, opening day will be a low-key affair, without the usual fanfare that accompanies most new supermarkets.
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Asian American Journalists Association - AAJA Announces Preview of 2012 Award Recipients
Marcia Santillan The Asian American Journalists Association, the AAJA National Board and the 2012 AAJA National Awards Committee are pleased to announce the recipients of the following awards. At Unity '12, additional award recipients will be announced at the AAJA Gala Scholarship and Awards Banquet on Friday, August 3.
Pulling From Wikipedia: "Journalistic Laziness" | The Maynard Institute for Journalism Education
Short Takes "Provost John Coatsworth has appointed Sree Sreenivasan as Columbia's first Chief Digital Officer," Columbia University announced on Thursday. "A noted expert in new media and digital technology, he most recently was dean of student affairs at Columbia's School of Journalism, where he helped establish the school as an early leader in digital media."
How to stop unwanted robocalls
If you answer the phone and hear a prerecorded sales message from a telemarketer, than that is probably an illegal robocall. Today the Federal Trade Commission issued tips for dealing with those annoying robocalls. What to do: Hang up. Don't press 1 to get an operator, and don't press any other number to get off the robocaller's list.
5 Facebook Status Updates Guaranteed To Annoy [Opinion]
Facebook is, by all accounts, closing in on 1 billion users. That's an awful lot of people maintaining a profile on the site, and telling their family, friends, co-workers, and anyone else who will listen, what's going on in their lives. Social networking probably shouldn't be used as a replacement for real conversations and relationships, [...]
The Secret Government Laser That Instantly Knows Everything About You
Within the next year or two, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will instantly know everything about your body, clothes, and luggage with a new laser-based molecular scanner fired from 50 meters away.
Sorry, Marketers, You're Doing Twitter Wrong [REPORT]
Most marketers are tweeting too much on the wrong days, not using hashtags enough and almost never do the one thing that will dramatically boost their retweets - ask for them - according to a new study looking at how marketers use Twitter from Buddy Media.
Why Is Pew Being Bashed for Its Study of Asian Americans? | The Big Tent - Advertising Age
The Pew Research Center seems to have done everything right in its recently released study on Asian Americans. The researchers incorporated a huge sample size -- 3,511 Asian Americans -- and conducted interviews in seven Asian languages.
As Newspapers Shrink, Public Officials Worry
In May, four metropolitan newspapers announced cut backs in their daily print schedule to just three days a week. Citizens in Birmingham, Mobile and Huntsville, Ala., and, most notably, New Orleans, will have to seek other sources for their news when the presses aren't running.
Summer playground at Edgewater Park (video)
As the temperatures rise with the start of summer, many are heading to Lake Erie and Edgewater Park to boat, fish, tan and cool off. To reach this Plain Dealer videographer: [email protected] On Twitter: @CLEvideos
UNITY12 Offers Aid to the Recently Unemployed
To offer further assistance to journalists who have been laid off, UNITY Journalists is offering a special discounted rate to people whose jobs have been lost during newsroom reorganizations since Jan. 1, 2012. The special registration rate for Recently Unemployed Journalists is $325, pending confirmation of the registrant's unemployment status.