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  • Robert B. Reich: Washington turns its back on Great Recession victims

    How to explain this paradox? Starting Nov. 1, more than 47 million Americans lost some or all of their food stamp benefits. House Republicans are pushing for further cuts. If the sequester isn't stopped, everything else poor and working-class Americans...
  • Vuguru Hires Lauren Corrao as Chief Creative Officer

    Digital studio Vuguru recruited Lauren Corrao, former president of original programming at Comedy Central, as chief creative officer to head up development of long-form programming. Corrao, who reports to CEO Larry Tanz, will oversee all creative for...
  • Charter May Sell Internet Video Services Out-of-Footprint

    Charter Communications is considering taking TV over-the-top, a la Netflix, to a national audience. The operator announced the launch of an Internet TV app to let customers stream more than 100 live channels inside their homes, and at some point it may...
  • CEO Dick Costolo is helping Twitter IPO take flight

    SAN FRANCISCO — Dick Costolo doesn't fit the profile of a typical tech start-up chief executive. He's not a twentysomething college dropout. He didn't start Twitter Inc. in his dorm room. And he doesn't wear a hoodie. At 50, with a balding...
  • Letter: Energy comparisons could hurt customers

    Re: “Power comparisons pay off,” Oct. 11. The bimonthly Opower reports compare a consumer's energy use with a composite of their neighbor's usage. I find these mailings irritating and mean-spirited. They employ 'big brother' manipulation,...
  • After Ford christening at Newport News Shipyard, the hard work begins

    After Ford christening at Newport News Shipyard, the hard work begins
    Saturday's christening of the aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford wouldn't be possible without the work of 5,000 shipbuilders, some 200,000 gallons of paint and enough fiber optic cable to reach the International Space Station about three times. But for the...
  • What viral videos can teach you about marketing your own idea

    Brazen Careerist The promotional marketers behind the movie remake "Carrie" are surely dancing with glee as their telekinesis prank in a New York coffee shop went straight to viral heaven. Called "Telekinesis Coffee Shop Surprise," the video shows a...
  • RIP Blockbuster Video. CBS on a roll. Rich Eisen scores.

    RIP Blockbuster Video. CBS on a roll. Rich Eisen scores.
    After the coffee. Before getting home in time for the Redskins game. The Skinny: If the Redskins win tonight, there is a chance the season won't be a total disaster. Fingers crossed! Thursday's roundup includes obituaries on Blockbuster, which will...
  • A+E Networks Goes Multiplatform with Time Warner Cable Pact

    Fear not, Time Warner Cable customers -- there's no danger of losing "Duck Dynasty" anytime soon. A+E Networks has inked a long-term carriage renewal with TW Cable for its clutch of cablers including A&E, History, Lifetime, Bio and other offshoots. The...
  • 'League of Legends' video game maker to move to West L.A.

    The maker of the international online video game hit "League of Legends" will move to a five-building office campus in West Los Angeles after signing what was described as the biggest new office lease in Southern California in five years. Up-and-...
  • Netflix bulks up with Marvel superheroes

    Netflix is bulking up its programming with a roster of new Marvel superheroes. The online movie and television service struck a deal with Walt Disney Co. to develop original live-action TV series based on four of Marvel's lesser-known comic book...