Monthly Archives: February 2014

Monthly Archives: February 2014

Mean LinkedIn Rejection Makes Internet Rounds

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A rejection letter posted on LinkedIn is making the rounds on the Internet as people deride it as unprofessional and demeaning. A Heck of a Rejection Letter The letter comes from a Cleveland professional who runs a job bank with over 7,300 subscribers, but has shut down her Twitter and LinkedIn accounts since the controversy. The professional in question has not yet made any official comment on the matter. Some excerpts from the letter read: “Your invitation to connect is …

Robin Thicke, Paula Patton Split Up

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Robin Thicke and Paula Patton couldn’t make it work in the end, as they have decided to separate after nearly nine years of marriage. When love isn’t enough “We will always love each other and be best friends; however, we have mutually decided to separate at this time,” the pair said in a joint statement. “I knew she was special the night I met her. I was only 14, but she was already the most special girl,” Thicke said  in a September …

Drones, A Future Car Accessory

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Renault released a concept SUV that’s getting a lot of attention for its travelling friend, a drone. The Flying Companion According to a Slashdot report, the “flying companion” takes off from the vehicles hatchback to check on traffic conditions and off-road hazards. Controlled by a dashboard tablet or GPS system the drone will feed images back to the vehicle, much like the early missions of its military counterparts. But, analysts note that the drone is more gimmick than an actual …

Sergio To Take On Another Challenge: ‘Put Maserati On The Map’

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Sergio Marchionne managed the impossible when he revived Chrysler, merged with the Fiat, and energized both companies with his personality, all in four short years as CEO. Now Sergio wants to add another item on his challenges list: putting Maserati on the map. The Name Though Maserati is a brand with some recall on US consumers, it falls short on converting it to actual sales. The American luxury market prefers the likes of Jaguar, Lexus, and Mercedes-Benz, but Sergio wants …

Japan’s Automotive Industry Bounces Back

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As the yen continues to weaken, the country’s automotive industry is enjoying a surge unlike anything it’s experienced before. All the Japanese automakers are shirking off half a decade of trials and are now in a golden age of record profits. More Money to Spend The mounting stores will last the companies through another downturn, if ever one occurs, as well as give them more leeway to invest in new factories, R&D, adding content, hold off on price increases, or …