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  • Silicon Valley builds up in Microsoft's backyard

    Silicon Valley builds up in Microsoft's backyard
    In the last week of August, Twitter entertained dozens of potential young recruits at a chic studio, while Facebook served drinks and snacks to job-seekers at its own office. More than 175 showed up to a similar event at Google in June. San Francisco?...
  • Charity likely to fold in billionaire Griffin's divorce

    Charity likely to fold in billionaire Griffin's divorce
    As one of the world's richest men, Chicago hedge fund manager Kenneth Griffin has contributed hundreds of millions of dollars to causes around the globe since 1999, including tens of millions to Chicago institutions. But one of the vehicles for his...
  • Chicago guitarist to tee it up in U.S. Mid-Amateur

     Chicago guitarist to tee it up in U.S. Mid-Amateur
    Cully Johnston's LinkedIn profile reflects his diverse skill set. Top two areas of expertise: golf and guitar. Asked if he's better at putting or strumming, Johnston said it's no contest. "I've been playing golf since I was 1," he said. "I didn't know...
  • Gun Sculpture's Goodwill Message To Be Unveiled At Bushnell Park

    Gun Sculpture's Goodwill Message To Be Unveiled At Bushnell Park
    A new sculpture will be unveiled in Bushnell Park in Hartford on Wednesday, Sept. 3. The design of the sculpture, made of 2,000 pounds of steel and wood, is two hands shaking. It's a message of goodwill and peaceful cooperation, a harmonious message,...
  • Consumer Reports: Your info at risk everywhere

    These days, as the threat of malicious software and sophisticated cybercriminals reaches every corner of modern life, each consumer has vulnerabilities, according to Consumer Reports. And the first step in protecting yourself is to know where you are...
  • After Twitch, Is Ustream the Next Billion-Dollar Target?

    The $970 million in cash Amazon is paying to purchase Twitch isn't just good news for the founders of the company that live-streams people playing videogames. Another player that's quietly operated in the wings, Ustream, could now also benefit and find...
  • Search for work is on the go and getting more social, survey says

    Think the job market is in the toilet? For some, that's absolutely right. They are looking for a job while doing their business.  This insight comes courtesy of a survey by the Polling Co. on behalf of Jobvite out Thursday highlighting where and how...
  • Evanston man charged with sex abuse, soliciting of 14-year-old

    Evanston man charged with sex abuse, soliciting of 14-year-old
    An Evanston man exchanged text messages last fall with a 14-year-old he met on Craigslist before paying for a taxi to take him to his home, where the teen performed a sex act on him, prosecutors said Saturday. Jonathan Labe, 53, of the 900 block Reba...
  • Heartbleed bug: What passwords you need to change

    Heartbleed bug: What passwords you need to change
    Last week millions of people rushed to change their online passwords after news of a major encryption flaw called Heartbleed began to circulate. Heartbleed infected hundreds of thousands of sites, including popular ones like Facebook and Netflix, and...
  • Indians in Silicon Valley bursting with pride over new Microsoft CEO

    Since it became apparent last week that Satya Nadella was in line to become only the third chief executive of Microsoft, the Indian community in Silicon Valley has been bubbling over with pride. That his ascension would generate such excitement might...
  • Twitter may resort to legal action to disclose U.S. data requests

    Twitter may resort to legal action to disclose U.S. data requests
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Twitter is hinting that it will file a lawsuit if it is not allowed to release far more detailed information about requests for information about users it receives from the U.S. government. Twitter is "considering legal options" on...