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  • NBCUniversal To Launch Video Series Via Hulu, Web and VOD

    NBCUniversal is best known for the hundreds of TV shows it airs on its broadcast and cable outlets. Now the company is taking a new stab at programming that debuts in digital fashion. The company is set to launch more than dozen new video series that...
  • Tax refund psychology says splurge in order to save

    Tax refund psychology says splurge in order to save
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - There are many enterprises out there trying to separate you from your tax refund - from splurges such as airlines tickets for a celebratory vacation or for good purposes, like putting it all in a college savings account. Deciding...
  • Check Amazon's 'Great American Eats' map for bestselling cookbooks region by region

    Check Amazon's 'Great American Eats' map for bestselling cookbooks region by region
    Amazon has just rolled out an interactive infographic, a map of the United States called “Great American Eats,” highlighting "editors’ picks for the best new and classic cookbooks from culinary innovators across America, region by...
  • Chicago Public Library launches redesigned website

    Chicago Public Library launches redesigned website
    The Chicago Public library launched a new website this morning, its first redesign since 2007 touting features that can be likened to “Pinterest meets Amazon.” The new site not only allows users to search the digital shelves more quickly....
  • Digital Savant: Video game doldrums end with strong spring releases

    Every year, there's a stretch after the rush of November Black Friday shopping that lasts until late January a pretty significant lull in video game releases as the big holiday hits are played through and the industry gears up for spring and summer. With...
  • CBS' Leslie Moonves paid $67 million in 2013; Redstone gets $57 million

    CBS Corp. Chief Executive Leslie Moonves remains the king of media compensation. The 64-year-old television executive and Beverly Hills resident was awarded a $66.9-million compensation package last year, according to a Securities and Exchange...
  • Comcast defends Time Warner Cable merger plan in FCC filing

    Comcast defends Time Warner Cable merger plan in FCC filing
    Comcast Corp., already the nation's largest cable and Internet provider, says it needs to get bigger to compete against the formidable giants of Silicon Valley. The Philadelphia-based cable behemoth said in a government filing Tuesday that its...
  • Amazon is paying unhappy workers to quit

    Quitters wanted: Unhappy with your job? Feeling unproductive? Take $5,000 and go. At least, that's what Amazon.com Inc. is offering its warehouse employees. In a letter to shareholders this week, Chief Executive Jeffrey Bezos outlined the details of a...
  • Amazon offers employees up to $5,000 to quit

    Amazon warehouse workers who hate their job and are eyeing the exit now have a lucrative payout offer. Online retail giant Amazon.com is offering its employees up to $5,000 if they quit, Chief Executive Jeffrey Bezos wrote in a letter to shareholders....
  • Salesforce Tower in S.F. will be tallest in the West, for a while

    Salesforce Tower in S.F. will be tallest in the West, for a while
    Salesforce.com announced Friday that it will be the main tenant in a 61-story building under construction in San Francisco. When completed in 2017, "Salesforce Tower" will be the tallest office building west of the Mississippi River. However, the...
  • Sony warns Vaio users of fire risk from defective batteries

    Sony warns Vaio users of fire risk from defective batteries
    Sony is issuing a warning to users of its Vaio Fit 11A, telling them to stop using the laptops because the batteries could overheat and catch fire. According to the Wall Street Journal, the batteries made by Panasonic are found in nearly 26,000 Vaio...