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July 16, 2013

The Secret Power Of Black Twitter

Last night Black Twitter killed a George Zimmerman trial juror's book deal. But that's not a surprise: The hive has become a swarm. It's diffuse, powerful, and all around you.

Eliot Spitzer Thought Romney Was "Inconsistent" For Demanding Others' Tax Returns But Not Releasing His

The former New York governor discussed Mitt Romney's unreleased tax returns on his Current TV show Viewpoint. Spitzer said Romney, as a businessman and presidential candidate, was inconsistent for demanding others' tax returns while refusing to release his own. Spitzer, who in a previous show called for Romney to release his tax returns, has chosen to not release his own records in his race for comptroller.

7 Key Metrics To Judge Marissa Mayer's First Year As Yahoo CEO

Yahoo just reported second-quarter earnings, bringing Marissa Mayer's first year as CEO of the company full circle. Here's how she performed based on seven key line items in the company's financial report for this year versus the same period last year when she took over.

Tell Us About Yourself(ie): Meghan Markle

Suits returns tonight on USA and because of the occasion, Meghan chatted with BuzzFeed about her pet peeves, her dog, and her girl-crush on Miranda Kerr. And then she took a few selfies, of course!

Exclusive: J.C. Penney Executive Exodus Continues

Jeff Herbert, an outside consultant brought in by Sergio Zyman for J.C. Penney's marketing department, is gone. So is the general merchandising manager of the home department, an area that was one of ex-leader Ron Johnson's big bets.

21 Unexpected Ways To Relieve Pain

When you're ailing, you'll try anything — even a nature hack. The worst thing that could happen is you end up reeking of raw garlic.

Money Man

Goldman Sachs, led by Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein, posted another blowout quarter, earning $1.93 billion, or $3.70 per share, for the three months ended June 30. Analysts were expecting the bank to earn $2.88 per share.

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