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'Star Wars' sequels: Think of the children!
For the last two years, my kid has repeatedly asked me multiple variations of the same question: When are they making another Star Wars movie? A know-it-all classmate had assured him that a new sequel was coming out very soon, and no matter how many …
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As death toll from monster storm Sandy reaches 61, and nearly 6 million people await a chilly Halloween night without power, incredible stories emerge further defining the scale of tragedy — and heroism.
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Wall Street firms and U.S. banks scrambled to raise cash on Wednesday, as U.S. financial markets resumed normal trading after a devastating storm pummeled the U.S. East Coast and closed major markets for two days. Major banks and investment houses rely on the money markets – a key cash source for financial markets – to finance trading positions and loans they make. Companies sell commercial paper and other short-term debt to money market funds and other investors to fund their inventories and payrolls. …
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Will the devastation of Superstorm Sandy tone down the hostile rhetoric of the presidential campaign?
Tim Tebow has finally scored — problem is, it’s off the field — because TMZ got the first pic showing Tim with his hot new girlfriend/actress, who is no stranger to famous virgins.Tim and Camilla Belle showed up at Latitude 30 in…
Just about a year ago (11/11/11, to be exact), I was backstage at the OWN studios in Los Angeles with Sheri Salata, the network’s president, referred to lovingly by Oprah as “The General.” As Sheri prepared to oversee the TV/web simulcast of an episode of Oprah’s Lifeclass, we chatted about how much the instant feedback loop provided by Facebook and other social media had added to the new series.
Later, I sat next to Sheri at the stage-side production table as she queued up incoming Facebook comments and guests joining via Skype for Oprah and her frequent co-host Iyanla Vanzant to interact with.
It’s been a rough day on Wall Street so far for Apple, which has seen shares fall as much as 2.6% in morning trading.