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Today's e-Reads Updated: Revamped Federal Jobs Site Hits Snags

October 27, 2011

Despite a major overhaul, the federal government's jobs board, USAJobs.gov, has been ridden with problems, according to The Washington Post.

Reuters examines why few women seek jobs in cyber security and other tech fields.

The Huffington Post reports that hackers, possibly from China, attacked U.S. satellites via a ground station connected to the Internet.

The author of a new book on Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos told the Wall Street Journal that while Bezos is a "brilliant entrepreneur," he lacks the innovation that the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs' possessed.

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