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Lockheed Martin Announces Partnership With Fort Meade Alliance And USO Of Metropolitan Washington by RTT Staff Writer, April 15, 2010 (RTTNews) –  Lockheed Martin (LMT: News ) announced a partnership with the Fort Meade Alliance and the USO of Metropolitan Washington to outfit the Fort Meade Soldier and Family Assistance Center, which breaks ground April… Read more »

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By Liz Wolgemuth Posted: April 14, 2010 US News At TalentDrive, a three-year-old Chicago software start-up that allows recruiters to search thousands of databases for résumés that best match job openings, there’s something called a “purple squirrel.” A biochemist who speaks Portuguese and lives in Dubuque, Iowa, for example, is a purple squirrel—a candidate who… Read more »

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By John Chambliss THE LEDGER Published: Thursday, April 15, 2010 at 8:35 a.m. Last Modified: Thursday, April 15, 2010 at 8:35 a.m. LAKELAND | A former World War II bomber pilot and successful businessman is donating $7.5 million for a building to house the Central Florida Aerospace Academy operated by the Polk County School District…. Read more »

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Intel demos new Light Peak cable that’s twice as fast as USB 3.0 Posted by Sean Portnoy, April 15, 2010 – ZDNet.com USB 3.0 is just making a dent in the marketplace, and Intel is already talking about a new cable that may signal the end for USB altogether. At the Intel Developers Forum in… Read more »

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NASA signs ATK, Boeing, others for aerospace work – CNBC.

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Painful social-networking gaffes, with corporate consequences Christopher Steiner and Helen Coster, 04.13.10 (Forbes) With 400 million registered users, Facebook is a great place to find a job. For more than a few cavalier souls, it’s a great place to lose one, too. By now you’d think folks would know what to let fly on Facebook… Read more »

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50 Worst of the Worst (and Most Common) Job Interview Mistakes – On Careers (usnews.com) Posted using ShareThis

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New research finds more IT job vacancies and fewer applicants per position, and projects gains in tech spending and employment over the next few years By Jo Best April 15, 2010 (Business Week) If you’ve put your job hunt on hold during the recession, it could well be a good time to start sending out… Read more »

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By Sarah Tolkoff Monday, April 5, 2010 Orange County Business Journal Broadcom Corp. could see a boost from Apple Inc.’s latest toy—the iPad tablet, according to reports. A handful of teardowns—where the device is stripped to see which companies have supplied parts—have confirmed that the Irvine-based company has chips inside. Apple said that it sold… Read more »

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Adjusting to an employer’s corporate culture may be the hardest part of starting a new job. In a recent survey by OfficeTeam, nearly one-third (32%) of workers interviewed said acclimating to a new corporate culture poses the greatest challenge when re-entering the workforce after an extended absence. By Dave Willmer on Mon, April 12, 2010… Read more »