(BOSTON) March 4 - Police say Tyler Tomer, 29, of Wallingford, took diet pills and shaved his head to fake the disease for which he raised $22,000 for medical care.
(BOSTON) March 22 - Corporate priorities, research cuts, and global antibiotic overuse are creating unstoppable bugs, a researcher says.
(COMPUTERWORLD) JAN 5, 2015 - China’s tech star is rising rapidly. Global companies -- and their savvy IT leaders -- would do well to keep a close eye on the country’s technological transformation.
(COMPUTERWORLD) NOV 6, 2006 - Four years ago, CEO John Cestar took a novel approach to increasing the skill levels at Freeborders.
(COMPUTERWORLD) NOV 6, 2006 - Most providers target the burgeoning domestic market, but a few offer a hybrid approach that appeals to the West.
(COMPUTERWORLD) JUN 26, 2006 - "Finding good employees and managers was the most difficult," says Jonathan Funkhouser, who is general manager of Hankscraft's China operations.
(COMPUTERWORLD) JUN 26, 2006 - Although all Chinese nationals officially speak Mandarin, in practice, the local dialects can be mutually unintelligible.