Daily Archive: Monday, May 15, 2017

Investing in Tech to Tackle an Awful Annoyance: Lost Luggage

Still, that is small comfort to the lone traveler waiting by a deserted carousel with a sinking feeling. Continue reading the main story Passenger aviation experts say there are myriad reasons a bag can go missing. (They prefer the terms “delayed” or “mishandled.”) “Weather and missed connections are by far the largest proportion” of causes

RallyPoint Welcomes Former iRobot President, Greg White, to Advisory Board

WATERTOWN, MA (PRWEB) May 15, 2017 RallyPoint, the premier social network for the military community, today announced that Greg White, the former president of iRobot’s Home Robots business, has joined its advisory board. Greg has helped lead two consumer-facing companies to triple digit growth and eventual exits to strategic buyers and public offerings. Since

‘I invited these Indigenous writers … and then I insulted them:’ Hal Niedzviecki on appropriation uproar – Entertainment

Hal Niedzviecki admits he was “trying to push some buttons within the writing community” by penning an editorial about cultural appropriation that has ignited a fierce debate about the issue across the Canadian literary and media worlds. Last week, Niedzviecki resigned as editor of the Writers’ Union of Canada’s magazine amid the uproar sparked by his