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Tech Industry Offers Rote Responses About Supply Chains

American high tech companies are still not being forthcoming about working conditions in their supply chain, according to a New York Times report. | MORE »

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Picture This: Facebook Buys Instagram for $1 Billion

On the heels of its release of an Android application, Instagram has been acquired by Facebook | MORE »

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Huffington’s New Role and the Invisible Hand of Media Relations

The New York Times and Business Insider offer differing accounts of Arianna Huffington’s changing role at AOL. | MORE »

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Huffington’s New Role and the Invisible Hand of Media Relations

The New York Times and Business Insider offer differing accounts of Arianna Huffington’s changing role at AOL. | MORE »

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Spotlight at Masters Tournament Shines on IBM’s CEO, Not Tiger

IBM, whose CEO is a woman, is taking flak for its sponsorship of the Masters Tournament, which is played at a men-only golf club. | MORE »

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Spotlight at Masters Tournament Shines on IBM’s CEO, Not Tiger

IBM, whose CEO is a woman, is taking flak for its sponsorship of the Masters Tournament, which is played at a men-only golf club. | MORE »

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Yankees Win Again—on Social Media

Social media analysis from Banyan Branch shows that the Yankees are by far the most popular MLB team on Facebook; the tech-savvy San Francisco Giants are the most active team on Twitter. | MORE »

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Yankees Win Again—on Social Media

Social media analysis from Banyan Branch shows that the Yankees are by far the most popular MLB team on Facebook; the tech-savvy San Francisco Giants are the most active team on Twitter. | MORE »

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Today’s Meek Apology Comes to You Courtesy of NBC

NBC regrets an "error" made in the production process in its broadcast of an edited version of George Zimmerman’s 911 call. | MORE »

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Today’s Meek Apology Comes to You Courtesy of NBC

NBC regrets an "error" made in the production process in its broadcast of an edited version of George Zimmerman’s 911 call. | MORE »

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