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  • Closing arguments underway in Ellen Pao gender discrimination trial

    Closing arguments underway in Ellen Pao gender discrimination trial
    Ellen Pao's heated gender discrimination trial against prestigious venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers is drawing to a close, with each side taking final swipes Tuesday. During a full day of closing arguments, Pao's lawyer Alan Exelrod...
  • Knox, ex-boyfriend face parallel trial by social media

    Italy's highest court this week takes up the Amanda Knox case for the second time as a parallel trial-by-social media rages online, with partisans on both sides seeking to shape public opinion over a murder case that has polarized observers in three...
  • Indian court rejects ban on 'offensive' Internet messages

    India's top court affirmed people's right to free speech in cyberspace Tuesday by striking down a provision that had called for imprisoning people who send "offensive" messages by computer or cellphone. The provision, known as Section 66A of the 2008...
  • Cities turn to social media to police restaurants

    WASHINGTON Many diners regularly click onto the Yelp website to read reviews posted by other patrons before visiting a restaurant. Now prospective customers also can use Yelp to check health inspection scores for eateries in San Francisco, Louisville...
  • With Vessel, others, YouTube stars advance to charging for videos

    With Vessel, others, YouTube stars advance to charging for videos
    Starting Tuesday, a new online network is selling subscriptions for access to videos from some top online stars three or more days before the content becomes publicly available free of charge on YouTube. Vessel, the new service, plans to charge...
  • Cruz becomes first major candidate to jump into 2016 race

    Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz has become the first major candidate for president, kicking off what's expected to be a rush over the next few weeks of more than a dozen White House hopefuls into the 2016 campaign. "I am running for president and I hope...
  • 'Becoming Steve Jobs' meets Apple brass' approval

    'Becoming Steve Jobs' meets Apple brass' approval
    Sure, there's already been a bestselling, authorized biography of Steve Jobs: "Steve Jobs" by Walter Isaacson. But it's not the best biography, according to Apple brass. Tim Cook and other company executives are throwing their support behindĀ "Becoming...
  • White House Brief: Things to know about Texas Sen. Ted Cruz

    Texas Sen. Ted Cruz became the first high-profile Republican to enter the 2016 race for president on Monday. Here's a quick snapshot with key things to know about Cruz. ___ THE BRIEF Ted Cruz is a man in a hurry. He won election to the Senate in 2012...
  • United, Hyatt, Orbitz rank high on social media

    United, Hyatt, Orbitz rank high on social media
    United Airlines, Hyatt Hotels and Orbitz Worldwide, all based in Chicago, each ranked high among travel-related companies based on their Facebook or Twitter presence. None rated high for both, however, according to technology and data company Engagement...
  • Jordan Cohen scores as real estate agent for professional athletes

    Jordan Cohen scores as real estate agent for professional athletes
    The gig: Jordan Cohen, 48, is the estate director for RE/MAX Olson & Associates Estate Brokerage in Westlake Village. He has one employee, longtime assistant Kristi Dougherty. Last year, he entered the world of men's high fashion as a founding partner...
  • Co-founder feuds at L.A. tech start-ups show how handshake deals can blow up

     Co-founder feuds at L.A. tech start-ups show how handshake deals can blow up
    Two Stanford University undergraduates shook hands in their dormitory in early 2011, agreeing to partner on what they hoped would be the next big technology start-up. But as their dream came true, their simple exercise of trust became a liability when...