Some quick links to start your Friday. Consumer credit default rates continued to fall in September … Five reasons why people quit their jobs … Paul Ryan is running for Speaker of the House … For those using Facebook to skiptrace: the content of individual posts is now searchable … What this lawsuit can mean for student loans … A baseball player who can speak three languages … Books that Mark Zuckerberg thinks everyone should read … The habits of likable people … Researchers have found the best way to pick a perfect password … What your morning habits say about your work ethic.
- An in-depth feature on LetterLogic CEO Sherry Stewart Deutschmann, who has grown the company from a desk made of two filing cabinets and a door to a $36 million printing company. Her strategy is to value employees over clients.
- A mother and daughter from Pennsylvania are suing student loan servicer Navient for making 233 robocalls to their cell phones after the pair had asked the company to stop contacting them.
- Jovan Jimenez, a California man, who claims to be the owner of a collection agency, is suing the San Diego Sheriff’s Office for $20 million for allegedly assaulting him and knocking him unconscious with a flashlight at a casino in July.
- EOS USA is opening a new office in Kentucky and hiring 200 new employees.
The self-lacing shoe from “Back To The Future” is now a reality
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