U.S. Transportation Security Administration efforts costing $200 million a year to spot potential terrorists by observing behavior are ineffective and lawmakers should limit funding, the Government Accountability Office said.
Intellectual Ventures Inc., the company started by former Microsoft Corp. chief technology officer Nathan Myhrvold, wants to shift its image from patent troll to innovation facilitator, the Puget Sound Business Journal reported.
Delta Air Lines Inc.’s financing of automated passport-control kiosks at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport cut wait times in half a month into their use, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection statistics.
Local police will increase their presence at U.S. airports and the Transportation Security Administration will evaluate its procedures after a gunman killed an agency officer at Los Angeles International Airport.
Infosys Ltd., India’s second-largest software exporter, agreed to pay the U.S. a record $34 million in an immigration case to settle allegations the company abused a visa program intended for business travelers.
Inez Tenenbaum, the chairman of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission since 2009, is joining Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP on Dec. 1. She will work with the law firm’s product safety, risk prevention and regulatory practice group.
Delta Air Lines Inc. is paying for the automated-passport machines that are coming to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport in an effort to cut wait times that can reach five hours for travelers from abroad.
Microsoft Corp. won’t be able to seek another import ban against some handsets made by Google Inc.’s Motorola Mobility, though it can get damages under a ruling issued by a U.S. appeals court yesterday.