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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterApple Inc. had an incredible 2007. It launched the iPhone, saw a huge uptick in Macintosh computers sales and enjoyed the near doubling of its stock price. As people flock to the annual Macworld Conference & Expo here this week, one thing is less clear:...
Tags: Movies, Gaming, Walt Disney, Cupertino, Apple iPod
Staff reporterA state court judge has ordered the deposition of Dell Inc. Chief Executive Michael Dell in a civil lawsuit over crime cameras in New Orleans. Judge Rosemary Ledet also said she would set a contempt of court hearing requested by plaintiffs' attorneys...
Tags: Trials, Michael S. Dell, Lawyers, Justice System, Judges
Americans dump hundreds of millions of electronic devices each year as they rush to adopt the latest technology. Less than 13% get recycled, according to the Electronics TakeBack Coalition, an advocacy group in San Francisco. The rest end up in landfills....
Tribune Media Services columnistQ: Please clear up my confusion over Sun Microsystems Inc. Does the company have a good future? -- M.L., via the Internet A: The leading supplier of networked computing products, which stumbled badly for several years after the Internet bubble burst, had...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe founder and chief executive of the company that runs the popular online virtual world Second Life said Friday that he would step down to make room for a new leader who could expand the company. Philip Rosedale, 39, will become chairman of San...
Chicago TribuneMonday: -- July existing-home sales -- Earnings: Harmony Gold Mining Co. Tuesday: -- Federal Reserve meeting minutes -- August consumer confidence -- Earnings: Aruba Networks Inc.; Borders Group Inc.; Corinthian Colleges Inc.; Micros Systems Inc.; Pike...
Tribune Media Services columnistTechnology is all about adapting to change. Just a few years ago I was: -- Teaching my elderly uncle to drive an automatic transmission car, his first after a lifetime of stick shifts: "No, no, it's really easy, leave that shifter alone and let your...
Tags: Apple Inc., IBM, Computers and Software, Periodicals, Gaming
In the Middle Ages moats were deep water-filled trenches that encircled castles to protect kings. The wider, the better. In 2007 moats are the competitive advantages that protect dominant companies and their shareholders. The wider, the better. The...
Fashion has been slow to arrive in the laptop bag market. In fact, tracking down a stylish computer tote takes more stamina than most shoppers care to endure. Enter Chicago-based designer Jay Moore, founder of Maddie Powers Inc. The 42-year-old...
NEW YORK - If you're thinking about skipping that vacation this year, you many want to reconsider. One company is urging people to trade in their struggling stocks for some fun in the sun. It's all part of Elite Island Resorts latest promotion "Roll...
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