Last week, hackers breached LinkedIn and stole more than six million of its customers’ passwords, which had been only lightly encrypted. They were posted to a Russian hacker forum for all to see.
At the end of Facebook Inc.'s disastrous first day of trading May 18, the phone in Robert Greifeld's New York office rang.
Spain's acquiescence to a bailout of as much as €100 billion ($125 billion) for its banks is a prelude to a much bigger question: Will Spain need a bailout for itself?
I’ve come to the conclusion that Beethoven was not only a musical genius but also a wino. Or at least that’s what it sounds like from this famous quote: “A glass of wine is great refreshment after a hard day’s work.”Read More »
The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank saw construction of its 31,000-square-foot expansion project completed Wednesday.Read More »
Honors and recognitionsRead More »
Real estate news: openings, contracts, transactions, relocationsRead More »
Bankruptcies, liens, mortgagesRead More »
People: Promotions, appointments and hiresRead More »
Starting July 1st of this year, new regulations will require that all 401(k) providers fully disclose the operating cost of their plans, including the administrative fees and the underlying investment fees. This disclosure of the fees being charged may come as a shock to the 72 million participants, who have $3 trillion invested nationwide.Read More »
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Imagine that your employment contract is up, but you're subject to a pretty serious noncompete, so you want to stay with your company. Your company doesn't want to lose you, but unfortunately, you can't agree with them on a new contract. After about a month of back and forth, you exercise your right to meet in front of an arbitrator.Read More »
Susquehanna Bank donated $5,000 to Summit Health’s Children’s Wellness Days, which teaches local third-graders about good choices and healthy behaviors through interactive and entertaining lessons. Front row from left, Sonya Frey, Brennan Murray, Stephanie Luong, Colin Stouffer and Evan Wagaman, third-grade students from Marion Elementary School in Guilford Township, Franklin County. Back row, from left, Deb Scalia and Kim Shockey of Susquehanna Bank, Nickie Fickel of Summit Health...Read More »
Send color event images to [email protected] Save photos at 300 dpi as TIFF or JPG files. Do not embed photos in Word documents. Photos sent through the mail will not be used or returned. Include the name, date and location of the event. Identify people from left to right.Read More »