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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - James Alexander
A western Pennsylvania man will be sentenced Aug. 18 on charges he murdered a man during a drug-related robbery on a rural walking trail.
About two years ago, James Alexander, a tech industry executive who had spent seven years at Adobe Systems, couldn't find himself.
Mr. Alexander said research shows 50 percent of hiring managers have looked up applicants on Google and either eliminated candidates based on what was found - or on what was not found.
In an interview this week, Mr. Alexander said research found about 2,000 members of LinkedIn, the popular, business-related online networking site, "with the same name as someone on the FBI's 'Ten Most Wanted' list."