Health Club Owners: Seniors Want to Get Fit Too

(DGIwire) – Ask any health club owner to describe their ideal customer—and they’re likely to name “fitness-minded,” “health-conscious” and “young” among the most obvious traits. But when it comes to that final adjective—maybe they ought to reconsider. That’s because the fact is that silver-haired Americans make up a sizeable number of those who join health […]

Fast Charging of Electric Vehicles: Is the Battery Technology Available?

(DGIwire) — As part of Britain’s ambitious “decarbonization” target, all cars sold in that country may have to be electric vehicles (EVs) by 2050—but charging them all will pose a huge logistical challenge, according to a report prepared by SO Energy Insights. Currently, notes the report, it would take about 19 hours using a standard-sized […]

5 Things to Do If Work Is Unsatisfying

(DGIwire) – Whatever someone’s reasons for being unhappy at work, it is best to tackle them straight on. Of course, rash decisions are a bad idea but letting things simmer won’t do any good either. Here is a five-step approach to relieving unhappiness in the workplace, courtesy of the blog of Atrium Staffing, a New […]

Automakers: The Speed Limit is 65…But It’s Not the Age Limit

(DGIwire) – Think of the standard TV commercial or print ad for a new car. Who’s usually behind the wheel? A rugged young man with a mane of dark hair—or a dashing young couple no older than 30. But there’s something wrong with this picture. It ignores a huge group of folks who are buying […]

Job Interview Today? How to Make a Good Impression

(DGIwire) – Prior to any job interview, an applicant should know exactly why they want to work for that company and why their experience makes them a perfect fit for the role. They should also know how to answer interview questions in the most effective manner. “Believe it or not, a job applicant’s communication style […]

3 Cool Things to Know About Algae

(DGIwire) – Everyone has a rough idea of what algae are—but few may appreciate their true versatility. Here, courtesy of the Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy, a division of the US Department of Energy, are three cool insights about this fascinating form of plant life: Algae is ubiquitous: There are thousands of different […]

Career Advancement: 3 Questions to Ask

(DGIwire) – Recent college graduates in their first entry-level positions face a slew of decisions about their future—especially after they have been on the job for several months. There are no hard and fast answers, of course, but pondering these issues can prepare them for their next all-important step up the corporate ladder. Here are […]

Insider Threats: How Businesses Can Protect Themselves

(DGIwire) – How can businesses protect against the ongoing risk that one or more of their existing employees will use insider access—wittingly or unwittingly—to do harm to the security of the places where they work. The potential threats can include espionage, terrorism, unauthorized disclosure of corporate proprietary information, loss or degradation of capabilities and more. […]

Bay State Booming: Massachusetts Public Companies Grow Headcount

(DGIwire) – It’s a good time to be operating a business headquartered in the Bay State. More than two-thirds of the 188 public companies based in Massachusetts grew their total headcount in 2016, according to Boston Business Journal. Year-end filings for that year indicate that overall, public companies based in the state—which account for about […]

Faith-Based Organizations Under Threat: How Preparedness Pays

(DGIwire) – Faith-based organizations (FBOs)—namely any religious institutions and houses of worship—are intended to serve as sanctuaries for their members from all the evil that happens in the outside world. Yet, many of these same FBOs have become targets for a spectrum of threats such as hate crimes, active shooters, workplace violence and even terrorism. […]

A Down-to-Earth Solution to an Aerial Threat

(DGIwire) – With the threat of enemy drones on the rise, increasing attention is turning to the ideal countermeasures. As recently reported by Business Insider, one Maryland-based company has found a way to take control of an unwanted drone while in flight—without the use of jamming the radio signal that keeps it airborne. Started in […]

Algae, Not Antibiotics: Why Animal Feed Should Go Green

(DGIwire) – In late 2013, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration put into place a major new policy to phase out the unrestricted use of antibiotics in cows, pigs and chickens over the following three years. Antibiotics were used as growth promoters, but according to a report in The New York Times, experts say this […]

Fidget Spinners in Flames: Mishaps Show Need for New Power Options

(DGIwire) – The last thing anyone wants from a fidget spinner is a third-degree burn. Unfortunately, the risk seems to be a real one. As recently reported in The Telegraph, multiple cases have arisen of Bluetooth fidget spinners—variants of the popular toys with inbuilt speakers that play music streamed from a mobile phone—were found to […]

Protecting Private Property in the Drone Age

(DGIwire) – As drones become increasing popular, a disturbing trend is taking off: unauthorized flights over private property. Whether it’s a prison yard, a military installation or a corporate campus, the risk of terror attacks or espionage is high. In response to this threat, lawmakers are increasingly calling for measures to keep the problem at […]

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