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In recent years, businesses and institutions have been plagued by cybersecurity breaches — putting all our digital information at risk. A data breach is anything that results in unauthorized access of data, networks, applications or services by defeating a security system. Not even political organizations, such as the Democratic National Committee, have been safe from hackers’ intrusions.
When your car has been damaged in an accident, one of the most important things you can do is find a quality auto repair shop that will make it truly roadworthy.
Your insurance company may offer to relieve you of the burden of finding a reputable repair shop by giving you a list of its own preferred providers. This is a tempting offer when you’re in a hurry to get back on the highway and not eager to check out repair shops on your own.
Insurers typically tell policyholders that they have care...
Deciding when to retire isn’t easy, especially when you’re in a career you love.
Even if you’re very happy in your work, there likely will come a time when you decide that retirement makes sense. It may be an issue of health or you may take stock of your life and realize there are things you woul...
Playing Dead: A Journey Though the World of Death Fraud
The path to a "forever house" took a surprising turn for Irene Oh and Derek Leung, the new owners of a spacious home in Carlsbad, California.
The newlyweds had come to a quiet neighborhood to view a home they were preparing to make an offer on when they noticed a well-kept, two-story, Spanish-style house for sale, across the street.
Before you buy a home, it’s important to choose a mortgage that gives you the best possible terms, based on your credit history, income, and the size of your down payment.
The founders of Brandiose have made their mark by helping baseball teams fill ballparks across the country.
One of the strongest arguments for paying your credit card bills on time is that doing so allows you to avoid penalty annual percentage rates (APRs), which are increased interest rates used by lenders to encourage card holders to pay their balances on time.