The outsourcingfirm has been slapped with classaction lawsuit in the class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>US for alleged violations of federal securities laws in view of its sackedCEO Phaneesh Murthy‘s “improper relationship” with a subordinate employee.
This may look like your last bad trip, but you’re actually looking at a sample of damagedbloodcells over 5000years old. Taken from Ötzi, the iceman met his demise on the Schnalstal glacier in the Alps, the dark areas on the cells in this microscope image show bruising that happened during his death. More »
The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) has re-instituted legalproceedingsagainst nine Harvey Norman franchisees for misleading consumers about their rights. The nine stores, based in Queensland, Victoria, NSW and WA, are accused of a range of infringements, including telling customers they were not obligated to provide remedies for faulty products. More »
The AustralianCompetition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is taking Coles to court, alleging that it sometimes advertised bread as “freshly baked in store” when it was actually prepared off-site and only finished in the supermarket. The reminder for other businesses? Don’t make claims about your product that you can’t substantiate. More »
Chrome: Incognitomode is a great way to browse the web without leaving a cookie trail of data behind on your computer, but you always have to manually open up a new tab in Chrome to use it. Incognito Tab Switch gives you a toggle that makes switching easy. More »
eBay is crowdsourcing for a petition to the US House of Representatives over what it calls ”unfair Internetsales tax legislation.” This campaign is, of course, in regards to the Marketplace Fairness Act, which has already been approved by the Senate.