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61 Percent Admit to 'Binge Watching' TV Shows Weekly: Survey

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December 14, 2013
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A study finds more than half of 3,000 American adults surveyed watch two to six episodes of their favorite show in one sitting at least once a week.


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Video Is Expected To Make Up 84 Percent Of Internet Traffic By 2018

Video Is Expected To Make Up 84 Percent Of Internet Traffic By 2018

TheStreet (June 10, 2014) — Internet traffic will be fueled by video over the next few years, according to a new report from Cisco Systems. The report forecasts that video will grow to 84% of internet traffic in the United States by 2018. Video traffic currently makes up 78% of internet traffic in the United States. The internet traffic to watch World Cup related video is anticipated to generate three times the amount of monthly total internet traffic in Brazil, this year's cup host. According to the report released Tuesday, by 2018 the global internet traffic a month will equal 8.8 billion screens streaming the World Cup at the same time or about 5.5 million people binge watching Game of Thrones season four. TheStreet's Kathryn Mykelseth reports from New York. Video provided by TheStreet
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Fired by Facebook

Fired by Facebook

Ivanhoe (May 1, 2013) — Do you mix social media and work? Some 70 percent of young professionals admit to friending their boss or co-worker. One woman tells us how she got fired over one Facebook post. Is it legal? What can you get fired for when it comes to social media and your personal life?
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One Third of Millennials Ditch TV Sets for Online Streaming

One Third of Millennials Ditch TV Sets for Online Streaming

Newsy (Oct. 11, 2013) — According to research by The New York Times, 34 percent of millennials surveyed aren't watching traditional television.
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Target Data Breach Shines Focus on Lack of IT Security Talent

Target Data Breach Shines Focus on Lack of IT Security Talent

TheStreet (Feb. 26, 2014) — Hewlett-Packard's head of security products Art Gilliland says cyber attacks, like the one at Target late last year, highlight the need for more skilled workers in the IT security space. Gilliland says the latest figures show there is a 40-percent vacancy rate in IT security jobs in 2014 and a 58-percent vacancy of jobs at the supervisor level. HP, along with the Ponemon Institute, also found roughly 56-percent of companies do not have chief information security officer as part of their C-Suite team. Gilliland says companies are also competing with each other on the pay front where the competition for talent is fierce and some aren't able to offer competitive salaries. TheStreet's Ruben Ramirez has details from Wall Street. Video provided by TheStreet
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