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  • Bits Of Stuff, In Homage To Larry King

    When the great Larry King would poll his late-night radio audience on Why Are You Up night, I was among his largest demographic, law school students. He remains a distinctive host and interviewer. King's also a fine guest, as he reminded fans of the...
  • CBS' Lara Logan on leave after botched story. Obama visits Hollywood.

    After the coffee. Before making the stuffing and cranberry sauce. The Skinny: Who are we kidding? No one wants to be here today, and we're all looking to cut out early. But before you do, here's your Morning Fix to make you feel informed. Today's...
  • CEOs want you -- to fix the debt

    Many of the nation's top CEOs have joined forces to "fix the debt." They want to achieve this goal, in part, by reducing Social Security benefits and raising the retirement age to 70. One of the chief executive officers, David Cote, runs Honeywell....
  • Merrell Williams Jr. dies at 72; former paralegal fought Big Tobacco

    Merrell Williams Jr. dies at 72; former paralegal fought Big Tobacco
    Over four years, Merrell Williams Jr. came up with a number of effective ways to smuggle documents from work. A $9-an-hour paralegal at a tobacco company's law firm in Louisville, Ky., Williams tucked a few memos at a time into a slit he cut in the...
  • An underhanded anti-Obamacare stunt by the California GOP [updated]

    An underhanded anti-Obamacare stunt by the California GOP [updated]
    Update, 7:15 a.m. Dec. 3: The California GOP revised its shadow website for the Affordable Care Act roughly two hours after this post first appeared. The site's homepage now carries a direct link to the state insurance exchange Covered California, as well...
  • Apple buys Twitter analytics firm for $200 million

    Apple buys Twitter analytics firm for $200 million
    Apple has purchased Topsy, a Twitter analytics firm, for $200 million. The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple has acquired the company, which is known for its extensive data of Twitter information. Topsy is capable of tracking what users are...
  • I pledge allegiance to ... Silicon Valley!

    Texas has threatened to secede so often that a lot of blue America is thinking, yeah, sure, why not? But it’s Silicon Valley where there is a “let my people go” discussion going on, ever since a businessman and Stanford lecturer...
  • Apple Gets Smarter About Twitter with Acquisition of Analytics Firm Topsy

    Apple has acquired social-media analytics firm Topsy for a reported price tag of more than $200 million -- but what the consumer-electronics giant plans to do with it is a mystery. Apple paid more than $200 million for San Francisco-based Topsy, the Wall...
  • Where's KLAX-FM's Ricardo Sanchez? Lionsgate eyes Hillary movie.

    Where's KLAX-FM's Ricardo Sanchez? Lionsgate eyes Hillary movie.
    After the coffee. Before the holiday parties start. The Skinny: Caught up with "The Walking Dead" last night. Pretty intense stuff. Now I need to catch Sunday's "Homeland" although that show jumped the shark for me awhile ago. Tuesday's headlines...
  • Debunking the anti-Obamacare camp's attack on Medicaid

    As the federal insurance website healthcare.gov puts its birth pangs behind it, critics of the Affordable Care Act may well need another attack point. One is already emerging: It's an assault on Medicaid, the federal-state health program that's a linchpin...
  • Learn to maximize your skills and beat the 7-career myth

    Brazen Careerist "You'll have seven careers in your lifetime." That's advice you've probably heard and perhaps taken to heart. It's one of the most popular pieces of guidance echoed by almost every career counselor. The problem is, it's a myth that's...