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My technology trade association has increasingly been involved in intellectual property battles around emerging or relatively new technologies. Our recent efforts include protecting the Internet from last year’s onerous SOPA/PIPA bills that sought to wield copyright law as a cudgel against innovation; and we are helping policymakers contend with the […]
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Broad Slide for US Stocks
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average slumped 248 points, or 1.9%, to 13100 in midmorning trading on Tuesday. If stocks close at this level, it would be the Dow's second loss of more than 200 points in three sessions. The Standard & Poor's 500-stock index shed …
Dow Drops 250 After Earnings, DuPont Skids 9%
Dow has biggest decline since June amid disappointing earnings
Why the Dow Is Plunging
Scene in D.C.: Rubenstein, Kimmel Honor Ellen DeGeneres
Carlyle Group (CG) co-founder David Rubenstein danced a little jig at the Kennedy Center last night before presenting Ellen DeGeneres with a bust of Mark Twain. “The last time I danced in public was my bar mitzvah,” Rubenstein said. “It wasn't a pretty sight.” …
DeGeneres hailed as fearless at Mark Twain ceremony
Ellen DeGeneres Receives Mark Twain Prize for Humor
Jane Lynch, Jimmy Kimmel salute Ellen DeGeneres at Mark Twain Prize ceremony
OPINION: Post-debate, MSNBC’s Matthews claims Romney supporters fueled by racial hatred of Obama
Oil giant BP is asking a federal judge to disregard objections from a fraction of claimants and give final approval to a proposed multibillion-dollar settlement for economic damages from the Gulf spill.
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Each TV season sees new shows come and old ones go, but some of the classics stick around. After 14 seasons, “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” easily qualifies as a classic. Just don’t tell the cast that.
President Barack Obama has offended the bayonet community … TMZ has learned. TMZ spoke with multiple people in the bayonet industry who tell us they were shocked and even offended when Obama brought up the weapon during last night’s debate. FYI –…
Last night I stood in the kind of hip club space I haven’t visited since my 20s, jammed with nominees for the annual Canadian Online Publishing Awards. As the venue suggests, it wasn’t your usual awards event: no sit-down tables and earnest acceptance speeches. Indeed the winners could barely be heard shouting out their thanks to the boisterous, drinking crowd, while awards host Amber Mac grew hoarse trying to announce the finalists in various categories. Certainly it captured the edgy, youthful spirit that defines online publishing today.
That spirit of course imbues our own upstart site here at HuffPost Canada, which was nominated for no fewer than eight awards including best news coverage for politics, the NDP leadership convention, our Mind The Gap series, and blogs by NDP MP Charlie Angus, our Media Bites columnist J.J. McCullough, and contributor Douglas Anthony Cooper.