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Yellow Flag Investing: Yes vs. No

by Luni Libes & Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman Editor’s Note: This Advisor-X is presented...

Social Media Within the Workplace: Screening Candidates’ Social Profiles

by Stacey Engle, Fierce Conversations EVP According to CAREERBUILDER, 70% of employers are now snooping candidates' social media profiles (outside of professional channels such as...

Facebook hearings are not enough: Congress must act to defend democracy.

by Congressman Derek Kilmer  Last week, cable news carried live the testimony of Facebook’s founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, before the House and Senate. The...

President Trump’s Aggression Will Be His Undoing

by Bob Ferguson, Attorney General, State of Washington The most aggressive opening in chess is called the King’s Gambit. On the second move, White sacrifices...

Satya Nadella on Writing “Hit Refresh”

by Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft About two years ago I set out to tell the story of Microsoft’s quest to rediscover its soul and imagine...

Too Much Data, Too Little Time: The Pitfalls to Avoid When...

by Lee Johnson, Director of Global Marketing, NetMotion Software for Advisor-X Most IT departments today, may not realize it, but they are flooded with mobile data....

How to Safeguard Against Ransomware Attacks

The latest ransomware outbreak dubbed "Petya" or "GoldenEye,” which experts feel originated, albeit unknowingly, from a supply chain vendor in the Ukraine or Russia, poses...

How To Tell Your Business Story on Yelp (Our Social Media...

by Kent Whipple At this year's convocation of the Yelp Coast-to-Coast business conference, Seattle storyteller Kent Whipple who is the Marketing & Development Director of Unexpected Productions,...

Advising Your NFL Winners for 2016: Redmond Sports Bookie “Bing Predicts”

Before laying down a bet on an NFL game this season, be it an actual physical contest or a “fantasy league" game, pigskin fans will want to...

Microsoft’s New Front in the Battle for Consumer Privacy

by  Eric Packel  | BakerHostetler Prior to the Information Age, sensitive papers were stored in file cabinets and drawers. When home computers arrived, information was digitized and...