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  • 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...
  • Rob Owen: 'Nurse Jackie' stale; 'Those Who Kill' shaky

    First "Dexter," now "Nurse Jackie." Showtime is in danger of becoming a network that clings to its onetime hits for several seasons longer than it should. Not only is "Nurse Jackie" back for a sixth season that takes the story of drug addict ER nurse...
  • Not sure if a site is safe from 'Heartbleed'? Use this tool to check

    Not sure if a site is safe from 'Heartbleed'? Use this tool to check
    A bug named "Heartbleed" was recently discovered and likely affects most websites on the Internet. Fortunately, an online tool makes it easy for users to quickly check whether a website is secure or not. Heartbleed is a bug that affects OpenSSL, a...
  • Android TV: Why Google Needs a Second Path to Television

    Google has a runaway hit with Chromecast, the cheap, lightweight adapter for slinging Internet video to HDTVs, selling millions of the $35 dongles (just 30 bucks on Amazon!) since its launch last summer. So word that Google is staging a renewed push to...
  • Amazon.com CEO says investments will continue

    Some Amazon.com Inc. shareholders may have been excited about the company's decision to increase the membership fee in its Prime two-day shipping service last month, a move that could boost margins. But, as Amazon Chief Executive Jeff Bezos made plain in...
  • Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor makes offer to buy Minneapolis newspaper

    MINNEAPOLIS Minnesota billionaire Glen Taylor has made a formal offer to acquire the Minneapolis Star Tribune, a purchase that would add the state's largest media company to his diverse business empire. Taylor said in an interview Tuesday that he has...
  • For consumers, more ways to complain

    For consumers, more ways to complain
    When the company Maggie Argent hired to make her mother's headstone didn't do the work, she turned to the forum that gives aggrieved customers an outlet — in the court of public opinion, if nothing else: the Internet. Argent's online complaint...
  • Strategists size up Obamacare ripple effect

     Strategists size up Obamacare ripple effect
    David Axelrod vs. Steve Schmidt. Democratic strategist and former senior adviser to President Barack Obama versus Republican strategist and senior adviser to Sen. John McCain's 2008 presidential campaign. That was the setup last week at a University...
  • Amazon greenlights 'Bosch,' 'The After,' more; renews 'Alpha House'

    Amazon greenlights 'Bosch,' 'The After,' more; renews 'Alpha House'
    New series from "The X-Files" creator Chris Carter, popular mystery author Michael Connelly and actor-writer Jason Schwartzman are on their way to your computer, mobile devices and home TV. Amazon has given the green light to six series produced for the...