July 1, 2013
The Winklevoss twins filed a form with the SEC that's the first step to selling shares in a fund that would track the price of Bitcoin. A look at the next move for the Facebook-suing twins.
Zynga founder Mark Pincus bowed to investor pressure Monday and relinquished his CEO role, bringing in Microsoft's Don Mattrick to replace him. For the move to work, Pincus has to also give up management control, something he has had trouble doing in the past.
They're not flocking to Instagram, they're just getting rid of Vine. Updated with clarification from Topsy.
As dozens of companies drop their deals with the disgraced chef, one celebrity cruise company wants a second run with Deen. Also on the table: a six-figure porn endorsement offer.
Check out his Twitter account.
With immigration reform now in the hands of House Republican leadership, the president can't do much but pressure from the outside, advocates say.
It's been more than a week since we heard from the ex-government contractor and current fugitive. "I am unbowed in my convictions and impressed at the efforts taken by so many."
Protesters around the world are lighting up police, buildings, and aircraft with powerful, cheap lasers. The new "counter-optical" activism.
Very strongly worded...
Zynga announced Monday that founder and controlling shareholder Mark Pincus would relinquish his role as Chief Executive Officer, bowing to investor pressure. The company hired Don Mattrick from Microsoft as CEO to steer a turnaround and position it for the mobile era.
Never has there been so much overalls-wearing in the White House.
Q: How do you make any dessert sad? A: Add yogurt to the end of its name.
Clear enough for your mom to understand, real enough to hit home on every page.
What your government doesn't want you to see according to Google, country by country.
The former president and his wife, former first lady Laura Bush, are in Zambia to promote the Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon, their cancer-fighting initiative. They also helped renovate a women's clinic.
"A book about the dreams that live on after deportation and return to a country one barely knows."
San Francisco's BART trains are out of service today as workers strike for the first time in 16 years, leaving commuters in the Bay Area stranded. It may seem like utter chaos, but take a moment to appreciate the peace and quiet of it all.
Smartphone maker BlackBerry has lost about $3 billion in market value during Thorsten Heins' less than two years as CEO. Has anyone fared worse in attempting a turnaround?
Democratic Campaign Committee chairman Steve Israel says the almost two dozen Republicans would be "out-of-step with major groups in their districts" if they don't support comprehensive immigration reform efforts.
What will you find on a hilariously overconfident dude's bookshelf?
"It's Eric Snowden, it's not a Bond villain. We don't need Batman." His name is Edward.
Congress and the president couldn't reach an agreement on what to do with subsidized federal student loans. What that means for current loans and going forward.
A top Microsoft gaming executive is headed to Zynga. He could even be taking over as CEO of the company, according to AllThingsD.
Sandy Hook Shooter Adam Lanza Used To Edit Wikipedia Articles About Serial Killers And Mass Shootings
He was a member of two gun forums, as well.
User "Kaynbred" spent countless hours in an obscure, realistic, first-person shooter.
Green lasers everywhere.
The hit here is that Terry McAuliffe clapped. They don't even mention coal and Tom Perriello's name is spelled wrong.
What to do (and what to don't) if you're interested in making pretty, delicious, totally non-lame bowls of fruit.
A day before Obama and Bush have a joint appearance in Tanzania, Obama rebuffs critics of his AIDS policy and praises George W. Bush's efforts.
Important answers to important questions — asked by you! — as well as the scoop on her next hair color, the most romantic thing a guy has done for her, and if Ben Stiller ever ended up buying her new album.
The latest in the ongoing drama of Moscow airport's most famous resident.
Sabine Lisicki pulls off yet another 2013 All-England upset.
Tomatoes are here. At last.
The three factors behind a massive wave of consolidation.
Make industrial supplies into awesome accessories in no time.
"Since I can do no good because a woman, reach constantly at something that is near it." – The Maid's Tragedy, Beaumont and Fletcher.
In 1969, Life magazine explored the "freaky new freedoms" of fashion seen on high school students across the country. The inspiring fashion from that year is a far cry from the Aeropostale, Forever 21, and American Eagle clothing worn by students today.
The Endless return this October. For fans of graphic novels or Mr. Gaiman, this is the best news ever.
Even if your kids aren't going on vacation or off to summer camp, you can still ensure they'll have the best summer ever.
Fish need to be careful around Miguel Cabrera.
Spoiler: Not far. The Intergalactic Exchange Bureau used hard science to ruin fantasy vacations.
It's that time of year again.
The group was upset that the Ten Commandments were allowed to stand in front of a local courthouse.
You can use things from the beach, a barbecue, or your own bedroom to make these adorable projects in no time. From P.S. - I made this...
Halo shows its colors.
These whimsical lighting ideas look just as cute and festive during the daytime as they do on a warm summer evening.
Her 2008 support for "a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants" would seemingly fall under the definition she has for amnesty today.
Once called “the country’s most original” hotel, the model of the Ace brand is fast becoming one that private equity firms are clamoring to replicate. They feel boutique lifestyle hotels are a desirable and — more importantly — sustainable investment.
The National Legal and Policy Center doesn't like a tour about free enterprise being sponsored by a company that received a government bailout.
In Brazil, more than 5,000 anti-government protesters marched Sunday near the Maracana football stadium before a major international match.
Updated: An elite team of firefighters died Sunday while fighting a fast-moving wildfire northwest of Phoenix.
Six years ago, Robert Levinson, a retired-FBI-agent-turned-private-investigator, was kidnapped in the Persian Gulf. To this day, no one knows where he is, but his family — and the government — aren't ready to give up the hunt.
The $6 billion flagship Gap brand is reconnecting with a new generation of customers, namely millennials, by joining them at music festivals from Bonnaroo to Lollapalooza.