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Summer is the busy season at Cascade Driving School in Olympia, and things are right on cue as 15, 16 and 17-year-old students come and go on the hour for a driver's test, written test or are off to take a lesson. And that's something relatively new
Business Insider is looking to expand its QA team with the addition of a n associate-level QA Engineer. We spend our days building a product we love that is enjoyed by a fast-growing community of millions. We are looking for someone who strives to
Pressures on profitability have been intense, and banks have scrambled to replace lost revenue sources. While this has been going on, however, banks are also trying to stay in front of new and complex regulations aimed at preventing the kind of
The arbitrator's decision is an outrage and, as a railroader, I am appalled we would be forced to place this employee back in the cab of a locomotive, chief executive officer E. Hunter Harrison said in a statement announcing the decision to appeal.
When Testing New Ideas, Keep Simplicity and Your Ego It's much easier (and cheaper) to correct problems early in the developmental stage rather than later on during production...Once you've made models and entered the tooling phase, the high cost of
Atlanta" star Stevie J thought his only legal woe was back child support during a court appearance Monday ... but his problems now include weed and coke. Stevie was in court in Manhattan to surrender on charges he owes his baby mama more than a
Sixteen-year-old Chase Culpepper went to take his driver's test in Anderson in March...After passing his driver's test, Chase went to take his photo for his license. But an employee at the office asked him to remove his makeup. The employee told
A total of five have tested positive after random drug tests were conducted on 274 civil servants since the beginning of the year.
In a decision released today, the authority found the employees were unjustifiably disadvantaged in being compelled to take the drug tests, and Carter Holt Harvey breached its duty of good faith to them. On March 7, 2013, the cannabis plants were
Liberal-National Party MP George Christensen says those in receipt of taxpayer benefits should be able to demonstrate they are drug-free. "There is the ethical and moral issue of whether or not taxpayer dollars should be going into funding people's