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News Corp likely to rehire Rebekah Brooks

Rebekah Brooks, the former head of Rupert Murdoch’s media holdings in Britain, acquitted last year on charges related to the phone hacking...

News Corp likely to rehire Rebekah Brooks

An uneasy relationship between telecom & technology

For the next four days, a sprawling conference centre here will become the global hub for the telecommunications and technology industries.

An uneasy relationship between telecom & technology

FCC approves net neutrality rules, classifies broadband as utility

The Federal Communications Commission voted on Thursday to regulate broadband Internet service...

FCC approves net neutrality rules, classifies broadband as utility

Vivek Wadhwa, voice for women in Silicon Valley, is foiled by his tone

Silicon Valley has lately come to the realisation that it is not the meritocracy it has long pretended to be...

Vivek Wadhwa, voice for women in Silicon Valley, is foiled by his tone

Fed appears to hesitate on raising interest rate

Many officials are concerned that raising rates prematurely ‘might damp the apparent solid recovery’.

Fed appears to hesitate on raising interest rate

David Carr, Times critic and champion of media, dies at 58

David Carr, a writer who wriggled away from the demon of drug addiction to become an unlikely name-brand...

David Carr, Times critic and champion of media, dies at 58

Twitter sees plenty of money in tweet flow

To Dick Costolo, there’s gold in them thar tweets, and Twitter has just begun to mine it.

Twitter sees plenty of money in tweet flow

Greece, euro zone fail to reach bailout deal

Finance ministers to meet on Monday again to find a solution

Greece, euro zone fail to reach bailout deal

Jon Stewart will be leaving ‘The Daily Show’ on a career high note

Jon Stewart, who turned Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” into a sharp-edged commentary on current events...

Jon Stewart will be leaving ‘The Daily Show’ on a career high note

How Japan borrows $9 trn practically for free

Low inflation rate and slow growth help

How Japan borrows $9 trn practically for free

The Great American Dream, still deferred

The housing market has shown signs of life recently. Prices have risen, mortgage rates are very attractive and construction...

The Great American Dream, still deferred

Paul Gauguin painting said to fetch $300 million

A sensuous Paul Gauguin painting of two Tahitian girls has been sold from a Swiss private...

Paul Gauguin painting said to fetch $300 million

The scary rise in global debt since financial crisis of 2008

As we learned during the financial crisis, a country with high debt levels can get into trouble regardless of whether its debts are most heavily owed by the govt (Greece, Italy), households (Spain, US

The scary rise in global debt since financial crisis of 2008

Telecom giant BT to buy UK’s wireless carrier EE for $19 bn

To issue $1.5 bn in new shares to help finance deal

Telecom giant BT to buy UK’s wireless carrier EE for $19 bn

In year of recalls, GM to pay its factory workers big bonus

Decides to pay each of its 48,000 union workers a record $9,000 profit-sharing bonus

In year of recalls, GM to pay its factory workers big bonus

S&P settlement leaves future unclear for ratings

It cost $1.37 billion, but Standard & Poor’s finally seems to have closed the darkest chapter in its 150-year history as a rating agency.

S&P settlement leaves future unclear for ratings

SAP aggressively moving customers to new database

You’ve got to hand it to SAP for competitive vision. Then take some back for how it’s explaining itself.

SAP aggressively moving customers to new database

Fed’s solid growth view for US faces test amid Greek change

The Federal Reserve’s upgraded view that growth in the world's biggest economy is “solid”...

Fed’s solid growth view for US faces test amid Greek change

Eurozone inflation in Jan at lowest level since 2009

Inflation in the eurozone has fallen to its lowest level since 2009, according to official data released...

Eurozone inflation in Jan at lowest level since 2009

China further tightens control over Internet

Jing Yuechen, the founder of an Internet start-up here in the Chinese capital, has no interest in overthrowing the Communist Party...

China further tightens control over Internet

After Alibaba spin-off, Yahoo! may become a takeover target

By spinning off stake into a separate firm, Yahoo will be judged by its Web businesses

After Alibaba spin-off, Yahoo! may become a takeover target

Yahoo to spin off its 15.4% stake in e-tailer Alibaba

Marissa Mayer, chief executive of Yahoo, said on Tuesday that the internet company would spin off its 15.4% stake in Alibaba...

Yahoo to spin off its 15.4% stake in e-tailer Alibaba

Other e-commerce giant of China follows its own path

Just about every June, on the anniversary of his company’s founding, Richard Liu dons a big motorcycle helmet and red uniform...

Other e-commerce giant of China follows its own path

S&P cuts Russian debt one notch to junk

The rating agency cites narrowing possibilities for Russian government and companies to service their debt...

S&P cuts Russian debt one notch to junk

SpaceX lands $1 billion from Google & Fidelity

Google likes its ambitions sky high. This time, it has gone a little further...

SpaceX lands $1 billion from Google & Fidelity

Microsoft’s Satya Nadella bets on new Windows OS for breachheads in mobiles

Microsoft set to unveil details about Windows 10 that can adapt PC applications to mobile devices

Satya Nadella, Microsoft News

Barack Obama to seek tax increases for wealthiest to help middle class

The tax proposals would face opposition from the Republican-controlled Congress. Its lawmakers argue that tax hike would hamper economic growth at a time the country cannot afford it

Barack Obama to seek tax increases for wealthiest to help middle class
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