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  • Obama meets tech leaders for dinner

     
    It was an impressive list of names who attended a dinner Thursday night with President Obama. The Wall Street Journal had a picture of everyone, including Apple’s Steve Jobs who is on medical leave, raising their glasses.  “The president...
  • Official list of attendees at Obama tech meeting: CEOs of Twitter, Netflix, Oracle, Yahoo, others

     
    Here's the official list of attendees of Thursday evening's meeting of technology industry chiefs with President Obama in San Francisco. It includes many of Silicon Valley's biggest names. John Doerr, partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers Carol Bartz,...
  • Obama tech dinner: Company spending figures for D.C. lobbying, campaign contributions

     
    Most of the hype around President Barack Obama's dinner with a dozen of California's tech-industry leaders was around the appearance of Apple CEO Steve Jobs as he struggles with health issues. But the dinner, which took place last Thursday, wasn't about...
  • Treasury dismisses idea of tax holiday for foreign profits unless it's part of broader reform

     
    A top Treasury official said that a temporary tax holiday to allow U.S. corporations to bring back billions of dollars in overseas profits should only be part a broader overhaul of the tax code, pouring cold water on a top......
  • Cisco Systems to shutter Flip camcorder unit, cut 550 jobs

     
    Cisco Systems is flipping the off-switch on the Flip Video camcorder. On Tuesday the computer networking giant said it was shutting down its Flip Video unit as a step toward narrowing its business -- a reversal after years of looking to diversify its...
  • Consumer Confidential: Farewell, Flip; Kindles with ads; GM recalls Cruze

     
    Here's your talkin'-about-Shaft Tuesday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --Cisco Systems is pulling the plug on its Flip camcorders. The computer networking giant says it's shutting down the division as part of ongoing efforts to streamline...
  • Google's profit shortfall may cast more doubt on tech sector

     
    Google Inc.’s miss on first-quarter earnings was exactly what the struggling tech-stock sector didn’t need. Shares of the Internet search titan plunged to a six-month low of $547 in after-hours trading Thursday, down 5.4% from $578.51 at the...
  • Google shares plunge after earnings miss target

     
    Wall Street showed no mercy to Google Inc. after the Internet search titan came up short on first-quarter earnings. The stock slumped $47.81, or 8.3%, to $530.70 by the closing bell on Friday, ending near its low for the session.......
  • Could Google's earnings feed doubt across the tech world?

     
    Google's earnings fell short of what analysts were expecting on Thursday, sending shares in the tech giant sinking to a six-month low in after-hours trading. But while the lower than expected performance from Google marked just the fifth time in the...
  • Will teleconferencing edge out business travel?

    Will teleconferencing edge out business travel?
    Technology has made many things easy. We record TV shows and fast-forward through commercials. We listen to far-flung radio broadcasts live on our telephones. And we meet face to face with clients and staff members from thousands of miles away. That last...
  • Bollywood movies a bright spot for U.S. cinema industry

    Bollywood movies a bright spot for U.S. cinema industry
    It's 8 p.m. Friday and the historic Towne Theatre downtown is sold out. About 500 moviegoers have crowded into the three-screen movie house, paying up to $12 a ticket to watch not the latest Hollywood blockbuster but instead the premieres of three...