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  • NPR needs a backbone

    NPR needs a backbone
    Oh, NPR, won't you please state your game? Are you liberal? Are you neutral? Are your employees secret socialists? Do their screensavers feature slideshows of Noam Chomsky? Do your office Christmas parties serve only free-range eggnog? Do your parking...
  • New MGM taps Ken Schapiro as chief operating officer

     
    The new chief executives of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer have found their No. 2. Ken Schapiro, a veteran Hollywood executive who most recently served as a partner in media investment fund Qualia Capital, has been appointed chief operating officer of MGM....
  • Oscar gold: Academy aims for younger audiences

     
    Advertisers have spent nearly $720 million during the last decade to advertise their products in the Academy Awards telecast, according to an analysis released Monday by Kantar Media. That comes out to an average of $72 million a year, although......
  • Nokia to use Microsoft's Windows Phone in taking on Android, BlackBerry, iPhone

     
    Nokia is set to pair its hardware with Microsoft's Windows Phone software in an effort to fend off the increasing success and competition from Apple's iPhone, Google's Android operating system and Research In Motion's BlackBerry handsets. The Finnish...
  • Robert Gibbs' final briefing: And the White House spokesman gets spoken to by a surprise guest

     
    Barack Obama shows up to bid his press secretary farewell and say a few words....
  • Apple sent COO Tim Cook to China after Foxconn suicides last year

     
    Apple sent Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook to China last June to review the facilities at Foxconn, one of the company's main manufacturing partners, after nearly a dozen of employee suicides there. "Like many of our customers and others around the world,...
  • Irvine Lake trout to 11-6 on the chew; trophy rainbow and steelhead plants this week

     
    Here's this week's Irvine Lake fishing report, written by veteran angler Steve Carson: Good trout action greeted Irvine Lake anglers this week, despite rainy midweek conditions, reported Jimmy Getty at the Pro Shop. "We have had too many 3- to......
  • Mack CEO learns working the line a challenge

     
    Working on the assembly line was a harder job than Mack Trucks president and CEO Denny Slagle realized when he went behind the scenes at three Mack Truck plants including the one in Lower Macungie Township on the hit CBS......
  • Governor pulls two teachers pension fund appointees

     
    Gov. Jerry Brown has pulled back two controversial, last-minute appointments made by then-Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to a state teachers pension board. On Dec. 31, Republican Schwarzenegger named Steven Kram, 54, of Los Angeles and Cameron Percy, 26, to...
  • Executives at Alibaba resign amid fraud investigation

     
    Alibaba.com Ltd., China’s largest e-commerce website, announced the resignation of two of its most senior leaders Monday after an internal investigation found more than 2,000 fraudulent virtual storefronts had been set up with the help of company...
  • Obama taps Justice Department official for economic team and appoints executives to new advisory panel

     
    President Obama on Thursday nominated Carl Shapiro, a Justice Department economist on leave from UC Berkeley, to the White House Council of Economic Advisors. Obama also moved to fill the newly created Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, headed by...