40 years of relationships solve international Miami mortgage mystery
Miami is an increasingly modern metropolis, with a culture and identity closely tied to Hispanic, Caribbean and South American influences. It also tends to be a somewhat transient city, and … Click to Continue »
This week’s question to South Florida CEOs who are on the Miami Herald CEO Roundtable: Economists say many companies are now feeling the pressure to raise wages. Is that something … Click to Continue »
Senior-level hires and promotions for the week of April 16, 2018
LAW At the Miami office of Broad and Cassel: ▪ Mauricio Rivero has been named a partner, joining the firm’s estate planning and trusts practice group and taxation department. He was … Click to Continue »
Holder of a Guinness World Record in math finds new challenge in startup trenches
Company name: Viera Academy Headquarters: Miami Beach Concept: By providing a free college-prep platform, Viera Academy democratizes the path to and through college. Story: In his spare time, this startup … Click to Continue »
U.S. investigating AT&T and Verizon over wireless collusion claim
In a statement, a Verizon spokesman confirmed that the carrier had been working with the Justice Department for several months on the inquiry because of “a difference of opinion with a couple of phone equipment manufacturers regarding the development of eSIM standards.”
Austin real estate startup wins more than $25K at pitch contest for veteran-run businesses
Eighteen startups founded by former military members competed April 13-14 in the 2018 Veterans Business Battle at Rice University in Houston — and one from Austin left with quite a few cash and noncash prizes.
Tenavox Corp. won $25,000 from the Houston chapter of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization; a $500 cash prize with the potential of an investment offer from Houston-based Amegy Bank; and a mentorship package with an opportunity of extended financing by the women’s investment group nCourage…
Dell-owned Pivotal Software raises $555 million in IPO
Pivotal Software Inc., owned by Round Rock-based Dell Technologies Inc., raised $555 million Friday in its initial public offering.
Shares of the the San Francisco-based cloud-computing company climbed nearly 5 percent in their first day of trading to close at $15.73 apiece.
Pivotal (NYSE: PVTL) on Thursday night had priced its 37 million shares at $15 a pop for a market cap of $4.3 billion.
The new stock had an exciting debut on the Big Board, climbing as high as $16.58 per share at the open…
St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kimberly Gardner on Friday charged Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens with two counts of felony tampering with computer data for allegedly using a donor list owned by The Mission Continues, a nonprofit Greitens founded and has since left, to use in raising funds for his 2016 run for governor.
The complaint states that on or about April 22, 2015, Greitens disclosed the list over a computer without the charity’s permission, and since it’s valued $500 or more, he’s charged…
April 2018 Monthly Meetup is THIS THURSDAY @ Nova SE Univ.
April 2018 Monthly Meeting Thursday, Apr 19, 2018, 6:00 PM Nova Southeastern University3301 College Avenue, Carl DeSantis Building Davie, FL 25 Members Attending Please join us for our April 2018 Meeting. 2 technical talks followed by networking. This month we will be at Nova, and will follow at Falcon Pub. Speaker 1:Todd Berger, Sr. Director […]
February Monthly Meetup is at Palm Beach State College – THIS THURSDAY !!!
February 2018 Monthly Meeting Thursday, Feb 15, 2018, 6:00 PM Palm Beach State College4200 South Congress Avenue Lake Worth, FL 10 Members Attending Please join us for our February 2018 Meeting. 2 technical talks followed by networking. This month we will be at Palm Beach State College.Details to come soon. Check out this Meetup → […]
On Saturday, February 10th @ the Florida International University campus, join SFISSA & Digital Era Group for TWO great events: 1st – At Secure Miami, an infosec conference focusing on the latest insights and strategies, then… 2nd – At Brew Miami, a unique local craft beer festival with local gourmet food pairings and tasting. Both […]
SFISSA’s November meeting will be on Thursday, January 18th, 2018 at Nova Southeastern Univeristy. The meeting will take place in the Graham Center from 6PM to 9:30PM, followed by their usual networking hour. Presentation One TBA Presentation Two TBA Venue and Map Location: Nova Southeastern University – Carl DeSantis Building 3301 College Avenue Fort Lauderdale, […]
THURSDAY December 14th, 2017 Starting at 6:00pm (Please arrive early if you can so we can secure ample space) Our annual Holiday Party will be again at Dave & Busters. Great food and great time with all. Free to current/paid up chapter members. Others welcome as well! : ) If you were thinking about joining, […]
Internet providers look at Kansas broadband access
More than half of Kansas residents aren't using broadband internet despite the availability of the service to nearly everyone in the state. The South Central Kansas Economic Development District recently … Click to Continue »
New Mexico's "warm line," a peer-to-peer call line that helps residents struggling with substance abuse, grief, and suicidal thoughts, has introduced a texting option. The state's Peer-to-Peer Warmline launched its … Click to Continue »
Canoes and cars included in engineering of new NC bridge
State engineers aren't just considering cars and trucks as they draw plans to widen Interstate 26 in western North Carolina. They're also looking out for canoes and kayaks. The Asheville … Click to Continue »
Russia adds Google IPs to registry of banned sites
Russia's communications watchdog agency says it is adding some Google IP addresses to the state register of banned sites, as a dispute over a banned messaging app intensifies. Russia has … Click to Continue »
Environmental review for mine project expected next week
The Army Corps of Engineers is expecting to release its environmental review next week for the proposed Donlin Gold mine in western Alaska. The Alaska Journal of Commerce reports the … Click to Continue »
Conference will help police hone cybercrime-fighting skills
Police work is increasingly requiring ever more sophisticated levels of technological and computer savvy to track down cybercriminals. On Monday, Democratic Attorney General Maura Healey is kicking off the seventh … Click to Continue »
Sheriff candidate investigated for tracking device complaint
State investigators are looking into a sheriff candidate in North Carolina after an ex-girlfriend said he put a tracking device on her vehicle. The State Bureau of Investigation executed a … Click to Continue »
A look at Indiana candidates vying for US House seats
Here is biographical information for some U.S. House candidates in key races in Indiana's primary election on May 8. ___ 2ND DISTRICT Democrats Pat Hackett Hometown: South Bend Age: 58 … Click to Continue »
Facebook has taken the lion's share of scrutiny from Congress and the media for its data-handling practices that allow savvy marketers and political agents to target specific audiences, but it's … Click to Continue »