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  • Students Worldwide Learn Programming From Vernon Company

    Students Worldwide Learn Programming From Vernon Company
    VERNON — Serial entrepreneur Mark Lassoff ran two companies in Austin, a tech-nirvana if there ever was one. But his three-year-old startup LearnToProgram Media, in a low-rent office building in Vernon, is his longest tenure anywhere. Lassoff, 40,...
  • Rocket shrugs off insults to become Europe's key Internet player

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - (This October 2 story is corrected to remove incorrect reference to Oliver Samwer's Twitter account in paragraph 10) To its detractors, Rocket Internet, which on Thursday completed Europe's largest e-commerce flotation in a decade,...
  • Twelve irrepressible technologies now reinventing your life and work

    DEAR JOYCE: What does your experience and research suggest is the future of our jobs and career choices? -- E.W. Technology and more technology! In this digital-everything world, galloping change is invading a wide swath of professions and industries. A...
  • Entrepreneurs step aboard, make their pitch

    Entrepreneurs step aboard, make their pitch
    J.J. Reidy boarded a garish yellow RV parked in Harbor East and shared a vision: vast greenhouses in Baltimore raising produce to feed thousands, the plants feeding on nutrients from the waste of fish swimming in nearby tanks. In two minutes and 35...
  • It's Freebie Friday: Free pizza, bagels and $10 Publix gift cards

    It's Freebie Friday: Free pizza, bagels and $10 Publix gift cards
    Happy Freebie Friday! It's time for another fabulous freebie free-for-all! Munch on a free peronsal pan pizza, free bagels, free coffee, free doughnuts. Get into museums for free this weekend and snag a $10 Publix gift card with product purchases....
  • Consumer Reports: The best ways to sell your stuff

    You may not have a masterwork, or even a minor work, hiding in a storage unit. But your basement and attic may be bursting with possessions you no longer want, and you might be surprised by the amount you can pocket if you know the best ways to sell...
  • 19% of female University of Oregon students cite sex attacks, survey says

    Nearly 1 in 5 female students at the University of Oregon have been raped or experienced an attempted rape while attending the school, according to a new study, but few said they reported sexual attacks to the authorities. The data come from an online...
  • GLAAD: A&E, History, TNT 'failing' in terms of LGBT representation

    GLAAD: A&E, History, TNT 'failing' in terms of LGBT representation
    GLAAD has issued its annual reports on representation of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in television.  The media advocacy group has given top marks to HBO, ABC Family and MTV in its latest annual Network Responsibility Index, which...
  • Ex-Googler leads Softbank invasion of Hollywood

    (Reuters) - Softbank Corp's investment in a Hollywood movie studio represents the coming out party for two new players in the U.S. entertainment industry -- the Japanese telecommunications company and Nikesh Arora, the former Google Inc executive...
  • Amazon to sell packaged food and beverages in India - Economic Times

    (Reuters) - Online retailer Amazon.com Inc plans to sell packaged food and beverages in India from mid-October, the Economic Times reported, citing a person familiar with the matter. Amazon, which has already started accepting bookings for Coca-Cola Zero...
  • The Biblioracle: The rest of the best-sellers

    The Biblioracle: The rest of the best-sellers
    The route to the New York Times Best Seller list has gotten a little shorter. The reason? They've added more lists. It's kind of like Costco opening more lines when the existing ones get too long because nothing kills the shopper's high of getting...