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  • Tyson chickens' new health plan won't include certain antibiotics

    Tyson chickens' new health plan won't include certain antibiotics
    Tyson Foods says that by 2017 it no longer will use human antibiotics in chicken production. In related news, as of 2017, Mom's chicken soup will cure only some of what ails you. Warren Buffett, 84, is expected to be less visible than in past years at...
  • Twitter's stock tanks after early earnings release

    Twitter's stock tanks after early earnings release
    Twitter's stock dropped sharply as the company's revenue and outlook fell short of expectations at a time investors are looking for stronger advertising growth to make up for less-than-stellar user numbers. Twitter's adjusted earnings for the first...
  • End outrage by out-outraging the outraged

    End outrage by out-outraging the outraged
    If there's one thing we should all be furious about it's outrage. For many in today's hyper-vocal, everybody-gets-a-chance-to-yell society, outrage has become reflexive, an emotion some check off like it's part of their daily to-do list: take...
  • Tow company forgives Britt McHenry for rant, others out for blood

    Tow company forgives Britt McHenry for rant, others out for blood
    It seems people are not big fans of ESPN reporter Britt McHenry right now and they are making it known. McHenry was suspended Thursday after a video surfaced of her berating and belittling a female employee of Advanced Towing in Arlington, Va. She was...
  • Snapchat hires CNN political reporter Peter Hamby for news operation

    Snapchat hires CNN political reporter Peter Hamby for news operation
    CNN national political reporter Peter Hamby is joining Snapchat Inc. as head of news. Hamby, who joined CNN nearly a decade ago, becomes the most notable hire for Snapchat’s months-old media-partnerships operation. The Venice start-up’s...
  • Jordan Spieth's father can measure an MVP

    Jordan Spieth's father can measure an MVP
    Jordan Spieth was trending in a big way during his magical week at the Masters, when he went wire-to-wire and never let anyone closer than three shots of his lead over the final 54 holes. No one had a more vested interest in Spieth's social media impact...
  • Dodgers fans find ways around local blackout

    John Franks doesn't subscribe to Time Warner Cable, but that didn't stop him from putting his feet up on the bed to watch Clayton Kershaw lead the Los Angeles Dodgers to a win on TV. The die-hard fan hasn't missed any games lately despite the ongoing...
  • In latest salvo, MASN's Jim Palmer says David Ortiz threw 'whole team under the bus'

    In latest salvo, MASN's Jim Palmer says David Ortiz threw 'whole team under the bus'
    Somebody asked Orioles outfielder Adam Jones what he thought of the Twitter storm earlier this week involving Hall of Famer Jim Palmer and Red Sox DH David Ortiz, perhaps because Jones has some experience with social media controversy. “I don&...
  • On The Fly: Kris Dunn Puts NBA On Hold, Stays At Providence

    Kris Dunn of New London has a bright NBA future. It just won't start this year. Dunn will return to Providence College for his junior year, even though he figured to land in the middle of the first round in this year's NBA draft. Dunn, a 6-foot-3 point...
  • Hopkins research finds Twitter mood predicts success of IPOs

    Hopkins research finds Twitter mood predicts success of IPOs
    Wondering whether to take a chance and invest in a company that's about to go public? You might want to tune in to Twitter, researchers at the Johns Hopkins University say. The chatter on Twitter and other social media channels is already being mined to...
  • Apple Watch sells out for at least next 4 weeks

    Apple Watch sells out for at least next 4 weeks
    Time was of the essence for hopeful Apple Watch owners: Just hours after the launch of the device, all models appear to be sold out for at least the next four to six weeks. Pre-orders for Apple's smartwatch began at 12:01 a.m. PDT Friday. Although the...