June 4, 2013
The DomiCopter will be delivering hot Domino's pizza to your neighborhood if a franchise in the United Kingdom has its way.
At the Bloomberg Hedge Funds Summit, industry members discussed their reluctance to bring their products to the masses. But some were on the side of the little people.
Prior to its IPO, Zynga raided the executive ranks of its top competition, particularly Electronic Arts. Two years later, many of those top hires are already gone.
Kristen Blum, J.C. Penney's chief technology officer since January 2012, is the latest ex-Apple executive to leave the company after former CEO Ron Johnson was fired in April.
A photo of a young woman being pepper-sprayed becomes a symbol of the protests in Taksim Gezi Park.
Chatting. And little else, even among the obsessed. That isn't news advertisers want to hear.
Here's what happened today!
Sheryl Sandberg's book has inspired women to start consciousness-raising groups for career women. This elite Bay Area group, the first in the country, agreed to let me in.
You Only Legislate Once.
"This conference is an unfortunate vestige from a prior era."
"For several months now, Mayor Booker has been taking the steps necessary to run," the mayor's office says.
Apologies in advance.
Everyone starts somewhere. These campy classics were the springboard for many a sci-fi/fantasy career.
These are the quirky, tired, and dramatic faces of Turkish activism.
Because not being drunk in public is for suckers.
Big budget power fantasies like Remember Me aren't cyberpunk.
A primary in August, and a general just three weeks before Christie's own reelection. "For all of you who are bored of the governor's race, I have solved your problem."
No actual victims testified on the day's first panel.
No! Don't do that. Ew. No. Noooooo.
This is an obvious one.
Nice arm, rookie.
NASA, along with Penn State University, was able to capture Magellanic Clouds at ultraviolet wavelengths.
Who says journalists aren't athletes?
Fair warning -- these space experts' stories are really touching.
Frederica Wilson, hat genius.
Between 2010 and 2012, the agency spent $50 million on such conferences.
An official ranking.
What is this wizardry? Just the magical world of computer science!
Essential summer skillz, right here. Keep it simple.
Holmes is suspected of killing 12 and injuring 70 at an Aurora, Colorado, screening of The Dark Knight Rises last summer.
Extreme laziness or pure genius? You make the call!
Things could have been SO different.
Indy cars make way for ducklings.
Troubled gaming company Zynga was forced to lay off 520 employees, or 18 percent of its staff, Monday. The company has lost about $5 billion in value since going public.
Do. It. Yourself.
Turns out being a relative or associate of an Urban Outfitters executive or board director is pretty lucrative.
From dishing to the "Latina Oprah," to nixing a Pawlenty/bin Laden joke on the eve of the terrorist's assassination, here are some of the juiciest tidbits in my new book, The Center Holds: Obama and His Enemies.
They don't quite exist yet. But they will soon!
The latest attack in a country still reeling from last year's death of a 23-year-old rape victim.
The prankster has become the prank-ee.
This week is the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown. Xu Qinxian told his friends, "I'd rather be beheaded than become history's criminal."
The former congressman, disengaged from the other candidates on stage, was just not into the mayoral forum Monday night. "You were bored, too!"
Oh, and the llama's name was Scooter.
Welcome to the Internet– I'll be your guide!
Bradley Manning's court-martial is taking place this week. Here's a guide.
Earlier today, Zynga CEO Mark Pincus said he would lay off 520 employees and shut down offices in New York and other places. Here's what it was like for the employees who got their pink slips.