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  • Chanel's haute couture show borrows from modern architecture

    Chanel's haute couture show borrows from modern architecture
    Chanel's Paris haute couture show Tuesday drew from modern architecture, with much gilding on the lily, Suzy Menkes reported in Vogue. "It's like Baroque meets Le Corbusier," creative director Karl Lagerfeld said, and, indeed, the stated theme was "Le...
  • Apple granted patent for all-glass iPhone, iPad building process

    Apple granted patent for all-glass iPhone, iPad building process
    Apple has been granted a patent for a method to create all-glass shells for electronic devices, such as iPhones and iPads. The method described in the patent, first reported by Apple Insider, would allow Apple to create glass shells that are durable and...
  • Indian Budget Gives Modest Boost to Digital Economy

    HONG KONG - A couple of new TV channels and a move to expand the Internet into rural areas were among a package of media-related measures unveiled on Thursday by India's finance minister in the first budget of the new BJP government headed by Narendra...
  • Teaching teachers to teach STEM [Commentary]

    Teaching teachers to teach STEM [Commentary]
    The solution to the shortage of workers for well-paying STEM jobs ("More jobs than workers," July 1) does not begin with students in college; it begins in elementary schools with well-trained teachers who are prepared to inspire students early on in these...
  • FTC sues Amazon over millions of dollars for in-app purchases made by kids

    FTC sues Amazon over millions of dollars for in-app purchases made by kids
    The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is suing Amazon.com alleging that the online retailer unlawfully billed parents millions of dollars for mobile in-app purchases accidentally made by their kids. The federal complaint, which was filed in Washington&...
  • New machines aim to be a runner's hurt blocker

    New machines aim to be a runner's hurt blocker
    The only thing more astounding than the number of runners nowadays — 541,000 finished a marathon last year, and 2 million ran a half-marathon — is the number of running injuries. The guesstimates never change: Every year, half of all runners...
  • Kevin McAuliffe Joins Branded Entertainment Agency Brand Arc

    Kevin McAuliffe, the founder of Universal Television Networks' branded entertainment practice, has joined Brand Arc as managing director of the agency's New York office. "Kevin's strategic efforts for NBCU drove brand and network marketing goals and...
  • 120 Sports to go live on Wednesday

    120 Sports to go live on Wednesday
    When Chicago-based 120 Sports, a new all-digital sports network, goes live Wednesday, it will have a full roster of sponsors. The 24/7 streaming network announced Monday that Verizon, Geico, Nissan and Transamerica  are on board as inaugural sponsors, a...
  • Kraft, Mondelez products make Nielsen 'Breakthrough Innovation' list

    Kraft, Mondelez products make Nielsen 'Breakthrough Innovation' list
    Nielsen is out with a list of 14 breakthrough innovation products, based on products introduced in 2012 that continued to do well in their second year in the market. “There is not a clear recipe for success,” said Rob Wengel, senior vice...
  • Gift basket entrepreneur creates menswear line

    Gift basket entrepreneur creates menswear line
    After 20 years as an executive in the gift basket business, Jeff Burkard has turned his eye for design to menswear with the launch of BOGA, a line of "high-end dressy-casual" apparel and accessories. Burkard, 47, the startup's founder and lead designer,...
  • Veteran Publicist Fritz Friedman to Exit Sony Pictures After 34 Years

    Veteran publicist Fritz Friedman is leaving Sony Pictures at the end of summer, the studio confirmed Monday, after more than 34 years of leading publicity efforts for home entertainment and, more recently, acquisitions. Friedman will focus on other...