Sunday , 20 January 2019

Physician Burnout Deemed a Public Health Crisis: Report

Physician Burnout Deemed a Public Health Crisis: Report

An increasing number of physicians across the United States are feeling burned out, so much so that it’s been deemed a “public health crisis,” a new report from Massachusetts health care organizations and Harvard institutes detailed. The report, published Jan. 17, ...

Experts: US Must Be Ready for Cyberwar

Experts: US Must Be Ready for Cyberwar

WASHINGTON—The United States is at the beginning of an era of cyberwarfare with China and several other adversaries, and needs to take vigorous actions to fight and win this war, two Justice Department (DOJ) experts said. Referring to the national ...

Fewer Americans Seek Unemployment Benefits, Surprising Economists

Fewer Americans Seek Unemployment Benefits, Surprising Economists

Fewer Americans signed up for unemployment benefits in the week ending Jan. 12, surprising economists who predicted an increase. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits decreased 3,000 to a seasonally adjusted 213,000, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) stated on ...

Huawei CEO Breaks Silence, Says Company Doesn’t Spy for China

Huawei CEO Breaks Silence, Says Company Doesn’t Spy for China

Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei, in a rare public appearance following the arrest of his daughter in Canada, said his company has never spied for the Chinese government, the Financial Times reported. “No law in China requires any company to install mandatory ...

Venture Capital Investment in US Companies Hits a New Record

Venture Capital Investment in US Companies Hits a New Record

WASHINGTON—U.S. startups received a record-breaking amount of venture capital (VC) investment last year, surpassing the high-water mark set at the height of the dot-com boom in 2000. Venture capitalists invested $130.9 billion across nearly 9,000 American companies last year, according to ...