CIO Carissa Rollins reimagines Illumina IT for business impact

Seemingly since the beginning of time, CIOs have been working to shift their IT organizations from “order takers” to “business partners.” They have established business relationship management functions, developed “we are the business” rallying cries, and created leadership development programs emphasizing influence, courage, and business acumen. These efforts have had a positive, but incremental, impact. … Read more

Archdiocese of New Orleans sells home care and hospice businesses | Business news

A Mandeville-based senior care nonprofit has completed its purchase of hospice and home care businesses affiliated with the Archdiocese of New Orleans, the first step in what is expected to be a wider departure by the local Roman Catholic Church to oversee nursing. houses he founded more than four decades ago. CommCare Corp., which operates … Read more

The golf business continues its pandemic wave

This article first appeared in the Morning Brief. Get the Morning Brief delivered straight to your inbox every Monday through Friday at 6:30am ET. Subscribe Wednesday, November 30, 2022 Today’s newsletter is from Myles abroad, senior markets editor at Yahoo Finance. Follow him on Twitter @MylesUdland yen LinkedIn. Read this and more market news on … Read more

Atlanta’s Newly Amended Anti-Discrimination Ordinance Could Affect Your Business as a Private Employer: Employee Rights/Labor Relations

November 30, 2022 Duane Morris LLP To print this article, simply register or log in to On June 29, 2022, the Atlanta, Georgia City Council adopted a new ordinance amending its existing anti-discrimination law? Chapter 94 – Municipal Human Relations Code of the City of Atlanta? to include protections based on criminal record and … Read more

Global supply chain shocks open new room for US-Taiwan trade ties

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., better known as TSMC, will hold a “tool” ceremony in one … [+] new $12 billion facility in Arizona on December 6. Photographer: Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg © 2022 Bloomberg Finance LP Taiwanese manufacturers have long been a key part of the global supply chain for American brands ranging from Apple to … Read more

Pre-Market Actions: Consumers are keeping the economy afloat…for now

A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business’ Before the Bell newsletter. Not a subscriber? You can sign up right here. You can listen to an audio version of the newsletter by clicking on the same link. New York CNN Business — American shoppers continue to spend, providing vital support to the economy. … Read more

The evolution of business email engagement

In 2012, the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) started researching one influx of reported fraud incidents involving threat actors redirecting payments to accounts controlled by attackers. In these incidents, victims received seemingly legitimate emails containing requests to modify scheduled payments. Threat actors often impersonate executives or finance and payroll staff and convince victims … Read more

25th Street construction closure prompts program to help affected businesses | News, Sports, Employment

Stephanie DeTar, left, inside her Ogden location, The Lotus Cafe, on Nov. 23, 2022. Barista Izzy Grow is at right. Stephanie DeTar, left, inside her Ogden location, The Lotus Cafe, on Nov. 23, 2022. Ruthie Shinn, who is in the process of purchasing the location, is right. Stephanie DeTar, left, inside her Ogden location, The … Read more

Anti-Woke Republicans have no business sense on climate

Comment on this story comment Republican Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s rejection of the Chamber of Commerce marks something of a milestone in the growing schism between his caucus’s stated opposition to meaningful climate policy and the dissemination of facts on the ground. With the GOP’s anti-awakening dogma now at the state and federal levels, and for … Read more