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Health and education start-ups say recruiting has gotten easier in wake of Facebook, Google scandals

Start-up executives in health and education say they’re having success recruiting from tech giants like Facebook

Pulitzer Prizes honor coverage of mass shootings, Trump’s hush-money scandals, Yemen’s civil war

The South Florida Sun Sentinel and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette won Pulitzer Prizes on Monday and were

‘Gangnam style’ sex crime: K-pop scandals uncover dark side of Seoul’s flashiest district

SEOUL (Reuters) – On a recent weekend night, the dance floor at one of the hottest

‘It Just Went Poof’: The Strange Aftermath of Virginia’s Cascade of Political Scandals

RICHMOND, Va. — More than a dozen state lawmakers filed onto the stage, summoned by the

Beyond College Campuses and Public Scandals, a Racist Tradition Lingers

Supported by Beyond College Campuses and Public Scandals, a Racist Tradition Lingers ImageA photo from the

Blackface scandals highlight U.S.'s troubled racial past – and present

(Advisory: Note language in paragraph 11) Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, accompanied by his wife Pamela Northam

‘It’s the Human Way’: Corruption Scandals Play Out in Big Cities Across U.S.

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People say they care about Facebook's privacy scandals, but their actions show they don't

Facebook pleased investors Wednesday by reporting a strong quarter of earnings led by impressive statistics on

From Papa John's to Uber: When CEO scandals go viral

From Papa John’s to Uber, company CEOs are now under more scrutiny than ever before, particularly

Scandals that brought down the Bakkers, once among US's most famous televangelists

Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker were among the most famous televangelists in America, living a life