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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2015-12-23

Best wishes for the holidays.

In this issue:  Foreigners hacking the U.S. power grid,
Shkreli charged with fraud, and Star Wars.

If you plan on having a successful career, AskMen advises
you join LinkedIn, which is one of the most, if not the most
widely-used tool by employers and recruiters to find
potential candidates.

Football and tailgating season are in full swing, and AskMen
is going to give you tips and recipes about how to
bulletproof yourself from post-game regret.

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The U.S. power grid is subject to being hacked from abroad,
and Fast Company says foreign hackers have gained remote
access to American power operations about a dozen times over
the last decade.

---Martin Shkreli---
Fast Company reports that Martin Shkreli has stepped down
from his post as CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, just one day
after federal authorities charged the "bad boy" of biotech
with securities fraud.

---Pharmaceutical Pricing---
Pharmaceutical pricing has been a hot topic in 2015, with
the drugs bill continuing to rise as costly new treatments
reach the market, according to Chemistry World.

Fast Company says technology company employees are skeptical
that government pilot programs to scrutinize visa
applicants' social media activity will be effective at
rooting out potential terrorists or terrorist sympathizers.

---Star Wars---
Fast Company reviews Star Wars: The Force Awakens.  The Star
Wars franchise is the Shakespearean canon of pop culture.
Regardless of artistic quality, it plays the same role as
the bard's best tales -- exploring stories of good vs. evil
in narratives that stay popular for many generations.
AskMen surveys Star Wars quotes that will help you succeed
in all aspects of life -- really.
Fast Company paid careful attention and picked out every
cameo they could find in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. 
Here's who they spotted.
According to Google Trends data, a lot of people are asking
a lot of questions about Star Wars.  Fast Company has answers.