MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor is no stranger to criticism. He’s facing it again. But a contingent of large shareholders and former executives of MicroStrategy, the Tysons Corner-based data analytics company Saylor has controlled for a quarter century, are voicing concern in public and private that his party-boy persona has become a ... 02/22/2014 - 11:00 am | View Link
Michael Saylor: MicroStrategy’s boy king grows up FORTUNE – There’s unfiltered, there’s unvarnished, and then there’s Mike Saylor. He’s the 47-year-old archetype ... Then, after an accounting controversy in 2000, MicroStrategy’s stock collapsed. In a single day he personally lost $6.1 billion ... 06/26/2012 - 10:54 pm | View Link
MicroStrategy MicroStrategy, Inc. is a provider of business intelligence (BI), mobile software, and cloud-based services. The company is based in the Washington, D.C. area and ... 05/20/2016 - 10:00 am | View Website
State Department spokesman Mark Toner says the agency is "already working" to improve its email and records management system on the heels of an independent audit that faulted the department — and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in particular — for lax cybersecurity.
Toner says "it is clear that the department could have done a better job preserving emails and records of secretaries of state and their senior staff going back several administrations," and said the State Department also agrees that compliance with its rules has been "inconsistent across several administrations."
Cars are inherently risky. That’s why we wear seat belts, lock our vehicles and buy auto insurance.
But a new analysis shows the biggest risks aren’t the same from city to city — even among the places that are the most dangerous for drivers.
NerdWallet analyzed data for nearly 200 of the most populous U.
Russia's Defense Ministry has spelled out why it believes a U. S. reconnaissance flight over the Sea of Japan was a safety risk, saying the plane risked colliding with civilian airliners.
The ministry has earlier summoned a U. S. military attached in Moscow to protest what it described as the "unprofessional" action of the U.