5 Ways a Business can Detect Fraud and Embezzlement

Posted by Lisa Coleman on January 27, 2014


Every business owner should be concerned about the possibility of fraud and embezzlement impacting their company. After all, a single rogue employee could cause extensive damage, especially if their actions are not discovered for an extended period of time. Due to this, you should always take a proactive approach to dealing with this type of issue. The following tips are some ways that a business owner can detect and prevent embezzlement and fraud.


Medical Malpractice Concerns: What Questions Should You Ask?

Posted by Nadine Swayne on January 19, 2014


Medical malpractice is legally defined as occurring when a medical professional "misdiagnoses or fails to diagnose a medical condition, provides incorrect or fails to provide treatment for an ailment in appropriate time, or makes mistakes while performing a medical procedure." Additionally, in some states, medical malpractice also includes failing to gain informed consent from the patient for treatment, or failing to provide adequate information about treatment that leads to harm.


Get All Information of Your Most-Liked Track

Posted by Julian Hooks on January 19, 2014


When you get your music from digital sources, either by purchasing them online or by ripping them from a physical media, i.e. a music CD, you'll find out that most of the important information in identifying the song will be virtually stripped, and is reduced to its bare essentials. While this may be of little concern to an average person, music enthusiasts may find this rather annoying, as the information will be vital in the proper identification of the song, especially if their chosen player is able to display all this information onscreen. The song information will also be valuable if one wishes to compile and arrange their entire music library in an organized way.