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by Natalie DeFord, News Writer Walking into a job fair at Pacific Lutheran University is like walking into a rainbow. Booths of all colors and assortments surround students and offer them free candy and swag. Perhaps even a future career could be this rainbow’s pot of gold. More than 130 students attended...

By Katelynn Padron, Business Writer Earlier this month, a Google programmer discovered the Heartbleed bug — a major coding mistake that made sensitive...

By Jillian Stanphill, Business Writer The electronic cigarette business is lighting up the drug industry, but may be extinguished soon when the Federal...

By Courtney Purdin, Guest Writer A new California bill that prevents orcas from being used for performance or entertainment purposes may blow SeaWorld...

Be careful what you “like” on Facebook, because it might just cost you your ability to sue. General Mills, the company that owns brands such as Cheerios,...

By Jillian Stanphill, Business Writer Social media is no longer about the individual. Companies, conglomerates and corporations are starting to realize...

By Katelynn Padron, Business Writer A CEO’s opinion can make or break a company. Clothing retailer Abercrombie & Fitch (A&F) and fast food chain...

The Internet cookie has crumbled, and market researchers are scrambling for alternatives. This isn’t the kind of cookie you buy online and eat, it’s...

By Katelynn Padron, Business Writer Internet superpowers Google and Facebook are racing to supply Internet access to the unconnected world through balloons...

By Jillian Stanphill, Business Writer In the wake of the 20th anniversary of Kurt Cobain’s death, sales of Nirvana’s music and merchandise are dominating...