A presidential task force has drafted recommendations that, if implemented, would effectively end National Security Agency's practice of collecting U.S.
Last night Bloomberg reported Qualcomm COO Paul Mollenkopf was in the running to be Microsoft's CEO. Well, that doesn't look like it's going to happen. Because this morning, Qualcomm announced that Mollenkopf with be Qualcomm CEO starting in March, taking over for Paul Jacobs. This is very weird timing. We really don't know what to make of this one. Maybe Mollenkopf had an interview with Microsoft, and Qualcomm decided to just lock him down before there was even a chance of him leaving.
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It could be better, but it could also be worse. That’s the story of the latest data (pdf) on employment in the euro zone.
The European Union's banking watchdog on Friday issued a warning over virtual currency trading amid huge swings in the value of Bitcoin, a lack of regulation and money laundering risks.
If you haven't heard of Rakuten, you should change that. It's a big e-commerce company in Japan with global ambitions.
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Greg Valliere, the Chief Political Strategist of Potomac Research, has made a big call: Paul Ryan is the person of the year.
My online store with products for every work style, called SHOP by ProfessionGal, is finally open for business!
A gold and jade statue of Mao Zedong worth more than $16 million was unveiled Friday, in the latest example of Communist China's indecision over how to commemorate its founding father's 120th anniversary.
"After a week of surprisingly good economic data and the likelihood of another government shutdown approaching zero, the Federal Reserve will likely taper in December if it sticks to the plan it laid out over the summer," concluded Business Insider's Danny Vinik on November 11.
TGIF! Here's some tech news to send you into the weekend. Facebook announced messaging feature, Instagram Direct, yesterday.
Good morning. Here's what you need to know. Asian markets were mixed in overnight trading. Japan's Nikkei closed up 0.40%, Korea's KOSPI was down 0.26%, and Hong Kong's Hang Seng edged up 0.12%.
Beyonce has shocked music fans releasing a surprise album — simply titled Beyonce — on iTunes in the middle of the night.
For the most part, markets in Asia climbed with Japan's Nikkei, Hong Kong's Hang Seng, and Australia's S&P/ASX 200 indices all closing in the green.
This week, Distiller became the first online portal for whiskey discovery. It’s been described as a sort of “Booze Google” where users can get recommendations for whiskies after selecting an experience level (novice to connoisseur) and a price range.
An analysis of the 14 James Bond novels reveals that the international spy consumed six or seven cocktails a day, on average, Michaeleen Doucleff of NPR reports.
The Federal Reserve’s balance sheet is on its way to becoming one of the biggest numbers in economics.