Golf Getaways dedicates its December cover story to exploring Scotland - the destination on every golfer's bucket list - with a particular emphasis on experiencing all that scenic East Lothian has to offer.
Founded by Peter and Carolyn Lynch in 1988, the Lynch Foundation focuses its giving on four areas: education, cultural and historic preservation, health care and religion. As the Foundation celebrates its silver anniversary this month, Peter and Carolyn spoke with New York Times Wealth Matters columnist, Paul Sullivan to discuss what they've learned through the years.
In my first job out of college, almost 30 years ago, I looked out the press box window every day at Suffolk Downs as the horses rounded the first turn, right in the shadow of the homes up on the hill at Orient Heights.
InfoWorld asked readers to reveal the dirtiest secrets of IT, and ran those "secrets" through a BS detector by fact-checking with industry experts. Varonis VP, David Gibson serves as one such expert on data access and security. The story was shared by Network World as well.
Varonis may be the most important software company you've never heard of. They've hired CTP to help change that. This Forbes.com column explains the impact of Varonis technology in today's world, suggesting the tension between improved collaboration and data protection may well be the defining challenge of the age of big data.
It was a mostly overlooked gesture in a meaningless game. A final nine innings in New York that would bring a disastrous 2012 season to an end. But there was something about Dustin Pedroia’s insistence on playing in that final game, despite a broken finger, that stuck with us all winter as we began work on the Red Sox 2013 campaign.
In advance of the 2014 men’s and women’s U.S. Opens played at Pinehurst, the Charlotte Observer profiles the resort's amenities and touts Pinehurst Resort as an ideal package destination for the holidays. The feature reaches a target audience in the Carolinas.
Working in the ad industry, my friends and family like to ask me questions like, How much did they pay for that commercial?How did they get that celebrity to be in their ad? And then I have to explain that buying media isn't like ordering off a take-out menu or referring to Ikea assembly instructions.
It’s no question that the world of sports is evolving to the second screen. People are constantly looking for updates, shelling out top dollar for exclusive rights to highlights and games that might not be immediately available in the morning newspaper or on SportsCenter.