• The conversation around allegations that Russian hackers stole data and thousands of emails from the Democratic National party during the ramp up to the recent election is only escalating. Whether this claim is proven, it certainly shines a spotlight on the emerging types of nation-state and other malicious threats faced by businesses, individuals and even governments.


  • If you need any further proof that tech hiring is hot, consider the fact that pretty much the default search for any sourcing or recruiting CRM product demo out there is some variation of “software engineers in San Jose.”


  • Good riddance to 2016, and a warm embrace to 2017–or so is the sentiment of most biotech investors as they head into the 35th annual JPM Healthcare Conference. Many have bemoaned last year as an abysmal one for biotech (here, here), and it certainly was tough for the public markets.


  • It's official: the talent war is on. In fact, 40 percent of employers say they struggled to find talented candidates to fill jobs in 2016, according to ManpowerGroup's recent Talent Shortage Survey.


  • This year is coming to an end fast — answer some important questions so that the next year will be as successful as it can be.


  • Networking is about building relationships with key people - friends, colleagues, acquaintances - those who can share with you information and advice as well as introduce you to their own connections.


  • A high salary can mean nothing if you're living in a city with a high cost of living, like San Francisco or Boston. But in these 10 cities that are experiencing job growth, you can find a decent salary with a low cost of living.


  • Apple continues to fight the FBI over a request to create a bypass mechanism for iOS to let the government access the local contents of a dead terrorist's iPhone. But the same legal justification -- a 1789 law called the All Writs Act -- has been used by the federal government in more than 70 cases to force Apple to decrypt iPhones used by alleged criminals.


  • Playing high-school sports doesn't just boost your chances of teenage popularity. In a twist that is either horrifying or reassuring depending on your past, people who played sports in high school may actually go on to have more professional success.


  • While U.S. manufacturing is experiencing a renaissance of sorts, employers are facing a new challenge — a shortage of qualified job applicants. The skills gap cannot be bridged overnight. We must align education, economic development, workforce, and business agendas to develop the talent necessary for success in a global economy.


  • It's human nature to be suspicious of new things: we find them both attractive and worrying. The manufactured world around us has been made by cutting and casting and forging for many centuries. We are very comfortable with those processes and we believe that engineers and scientists can exert complete control over them, using these technologies to create the safe and predictable world (on an engineering level at least) we inhabit. This new way of making through 3D printing, in contrast, seems to have appeared suddenly and, somewhat reminiscent of the way it creates, almost out of thin air.


  • There are presently massive shifts occurring in the competitive global landscape of health, and particularly in the life sciences. As we approach 2015, it is imperative that leaders in the health space understand the trends and shifts happening around them, not only in the US, but also in international markets, cities and service lines.


  • The staffing, recruiting, and workforce solutions industry makes a vital contribution to the U.S. economy, and provides outstanding job and career opportunities for some 14 million employees per year. Click on the tabs below to see the facts and statistics for staffing companies and employees.


  • Allscripts, a major EHR vendor, is furthering its relationship with Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong's NantHealth precision medicine startup, which plans to go public by year-end. The two companies hope to collaborate on a precision medicine platform for cancer care.