BlackBerry is sorry. Very, very sorry. But amid slipping market share and an uncertain future, saying “sorry” may not be enough to win over disgruntled customers after this week’s worldwide service interruptions.
By executive order, President Obama will instruct federal agencies Friday to better safeguard their classified secrets, to set up internal audit systems, and to make sure that reluctance to share critical intelligence in the aftermath of the WikiLeaks exposure does not hamper collaboration across agencies.
They’re out of work. They’re from out of town. And they’re fed up.
Many of those who “occupied” Freedom Plaza on Thursday said they had never been to a protest before but were inspired to come to downtown Washington by the Occupy Wall Street movement that began last month in New York and has spread to cities across the country.