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The Supreme Court of India said on Wednesday that a colonial era law banning gay sex should not have been struck down, reversing a 2009 decision, the NYT reports: The ruling reverses a landmark judgment by a lower court, which in 2009 decided that an
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Mary Leta Wells gets frustrated when Kentucky's system for signing people up for health insurance is held up as a bright spot in the troubled federal roll-out of the Affordable Care Act. Wells, a 59-year-old office manager from Cynthiana, has been
34PM Kimberly Canady of Chicago tried out the Ventra system at the Mechandise Mart transit stop Monday. Rich Hein~Sun-Times The CTA's overloaded Ventra call centers were supposed to triple their staff to 300 Friday, but all the new live operators
Idaho's insurance exchange board backed new rules Wednesday meant to keep insiders from profiting inappropriately from ties to the Internet health care marketplace a response to a no-bid contract worth up to $375,000 awarded to a former board member.
Call Center Agents Can Tell Boyoun Kim Published: October 12, 2013 IN a YouTube clip from one of Steve Jobs's last interviews, he appears to be enjoying reminiscing about how he first hit upon the idea for the keyboardless tablet that eventually
Bringing more jobs into Oakland is a familiar, decades-old refrain, but entrepreneur Tom Henderson is doing more than just tout job creation in the East Bay's biggest city. Henderson, a third-generation Oakland native, has begun to parlay a string of
Years of record-breaking deportations in the United States are helping to fuel a developing industry in Mexico: call centers to serve American customers. Major U.S. companies are moving pieces of their multi-billion-dollar customer service industry
Magnin building in downtown Oakland has been bought by the same entrepreneur who bought the landmark Tribune Tower building nearby, in a deal that will bring hundreds of new jobs. CallSocket Holding, a group led by Thomas Henderson, paid $9.8 million
News reports of late have declared that, despite it being passed nearly three years ago, Americans are "still confused" over Obamacare and its myriad of regulations, requirements and provisions...Because as the time draws near for most of the law's