Women receive job rejection emails saying employer doesn’t consider candidates with ‘ghetto’ names

St. Louis, MO — A St. Louis area woman’s Facebook post is going viral after she said she was denied a job with a local company because of her “ghetto” name, but the company’s CEO said they were hacked. Hermeisha Robinson posted to her page Monday that she applied for a customer service representative position…

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Cryptocurrency investor robbed via his cellphone account sues AT&T for $224 million over loss

Terpin, who was using AT&T as his service provider, said the digital tokens were stolen through a “digital identity theft” of his cellphone account. Terpin was the victim of two hacks within seven months. After the first hack, Terpin alleged that an impostor was able to get his phone number from an “insider cooperating with…

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GE falls to 9-year low below $12

Akos Stiller | Bloomberg | Getty Images An employee unwraps turbine components inside the General Electric power plant in Veresegyhaz, Hungary. General Electric shares fell below $12 per share for the first time since July 24, 2009, on Wednesday, plowing a new low for the stock this year as investors appear concerned about the embattled…

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