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Online shopping won’t get you hard-to-find items during coronavirus. ‘They’re not going to have any more success getting toilet paper than you are.’

Online shopping won’t get you hard-to-find items during coronavirus. ‘They’re not going to have any more success getting toilet paper than you are.’
April 23, 2020

Think you’re going to find online the frozen vegetables and toilet paper you can’t find in stores? Think delivery is going to be quick? Think again. Grocery stores aren’t just battling to stock...

Northeast business students compete in virtual competition

Northeast business students compete in virtual competition
April 21, 2020

NORFOLK– Northeast Community College business and information technology students are not letting the disruption in their education due to the COVID-19 pandemic stop them from showcasing their skills. Several...

A foldable iPhone? New Apple patent suggests it’s possible

A foldable iPhone? New Apple patent suggests it’s possible
February 13, 2020

One of the biggest games that tech gadget fans like to play is speculating what Apple will do with its next version of the iPhone. Every year, almost as soon as a new iPhone is released, Apple watchers...

Facebook, Google drop out of top 10 ‘best places to work’ list

Google employees in Venice joined their counterparts around the world and staged a mass walkout Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018, in protest of sexual misconduct at the company. (Jay L. Clendenin/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
December 12, 2019

SAN FRANCISCO — Big tech companies like Facebook Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google, long seen as some of the world’s most desirable workplaces offering countless perks and employee benefits, are losing...

How US video game companies are building tools for China’s surveillance state

How US video game companies are building tools for China’s surveillance state
September 12, 2019

Last October, software developers at Riot Games in Santa Monica fielded an unusual request. Like other video game makers, Riot’s success depends on its ability to make games that are compulsively playable,...

Northeast Phi Beta Lambda Helps Make a Difference

PBL Students
March 28, 2019

Today, three members of Northeast Phi Beta Lambda (PBL), an organization on campus dedicated to building career skills, helped volunteer at the Norfolk Salvation Army. They helped package chocolates that...

Northeast international business students work with their counterparts at Danish college

Northeast international business students work with their counterparts at Danish college
February 12, 2019

NORFOLK– Students in Cara Hoehne’s International Business class at Northeast Community College have had the opportunity to get a glimpse of what working on a global scale beyond classroom walls truly...

Norfolk Area Chamber of Commerce forms Cadet Club to foster student engagement with the local community

Chamber Executives
November 13, 2018

Do you want to expand your professional network off campus? Now you can have that opportunity with the Norfolk Area Chamber of Commerce Cadets program. November 11 marked the first meeting of the Cadets....

Northeast Phi Beta Lambda students attend Fall Leadership Conference in Omaha

Local Chapter members
November 8, 2018

Several of Nebraska's college students traveled to the Gallup Campus in Omaha, Nebraska, to Create, lead, and Inspire as they participated in the Nebraska Fall Leadership Conference hosted by Phi Beta...

Another Successful NLC for Nebraska PBL

Nebraska PBL State chapter
July 24, 2018

(Peru, Neb.) – More than 1,800 of America’s best and brightest college students traveled to Maryland to Elevate their Futures as they competed for the opportunity to win more than $110,000 in cash...

Pablo Escobar is old school; modern global criminal is a hacker

Pablo Escobar is old school; modern global criminal is a hacker
February 22, 2018

WASHINGTON _ The amount criminals earn off ID theft, hacking and other forms of cybercrime worldwide is approaching the levels of global drug trafficking, and rising rapidly, experts say. Hackers display...

Amazon invests in Costa Rica as tiny nation carves out profitable niche in world economy

March 21, 2017

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica — In the 19th century, the customs house here brimmed with the imported wares that first helped this tiny Spanish-speaking nation become part of the wider world economy. During...

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