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Striking clerical workers at the L.A. and Long Beach ports agree to mediation. Both sides in the dispute expect the high-profile negotiators to speed up talks.
Standing with a picket sign in hand, clerical worker Manny Garcia gestured his thanks to motorists honking in support as they drove past a Port of Los Angeles cargo terminal.
The figure of $ 1 billion lost each day the clerical workers strike is bogus. The true number is a tiny blip in terms of national GDP.
Big, round numbers always get people’s attention. Numbers such as $ 1 billion, which has been bandied about as the economic loss per day nationally from the eight-day strike that shut down most of the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
The acquisition of Disney movies puts Netflix’s video-on-demand service in direct competition with pay TV giants such as HBO and Showtime.
Netflix Inc. has acquired exclusive U.S. rights to movies from Walt Disney Studios in a deal that catapults the Internet video-on-demand service into direct competition with pay TV giants such as HBO and Showtime.
The house in Ocklawaha, Fla., is listed at $ 889,000 — including 10 lakefront acres and artifacts from her gang’s 1935 shootout with the FBI.
The Ma Barker hide-out, site of the longest shootout in FBI history, drew more international publicity than solid offers when it was recently scheduled for auction, and it is now being listed for sale.
Netflix has acquired the exclusive U.S. rights to movies from Walt Disney Studios films, beginning in 2016, in a three-year deal that catapults the Internet video-on-demand service into direct competition with pay-TV giants such as HBO and Showtime.
Both sides in the strike that has crippled the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have agreed to federal mediation, L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said Tuesday at a news conference.
Irvine start-up CrowdStrike is pioneering a confrontational approach to cyber security. It identifies hackers and uses their own techniques to prevent theft.
WASHINGTON — As head of the FBI’s cyber crimes division, Shawn Henry often had to deal with exasperated company executives after his agents informed them that their networks had been hacked and their secrets pilfered.
Rupert Murdoch says News Corp. was not convinced the digital publishing experiment would be viable long-term. The firm also announces a sweeping restructuring.
Rupert Murdoch has pulled the plug on News Corp.’s high-profile experiment to create a digital national newspaper.
That was 4% more than the previous high for the month, $ 13.4 billion in 2011. Spending is also on pace to break the full-year record, set last year.
Spending by international visitors to the U.S. continues to rise, setting a record in September.