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  • Steve Ballmer 'personable,' 'intense,' but legacy at Microsoft mixed

    Steve Ballmer 'personable,' 'intense,' but legacy at Microsoft mixed
    That Steve Ballmer is buying a sports franchise is no surprise to anyone who worked with him over the many decades he was at Microsoft. As a boy, born and raised in Detroit, he badly wanted to play basketball, but ended up a manager for his high...
  • Steve Ballmer bails out Donald Sterling

    Given the news that former Microsoft chief Steve Ballmer wants to buy the Clippers for $2 billion ("NBA record $2 billion offered for Clippers," May 29), current owner Donald Sterling really does deserve one of those awards he's advertised in The Times...
  • Donald Sterling attends African American church in South L.A.

    Donald Sterling attends African American church in South L.A.
    Embattled Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling attended a predominantly black church service in South L.A. on Sunday at the invitation of the church’s pastor. “I'm here to support this wonderful group,” Sterling told KNBC Channel...
  • Cholera cure or basketball: What's the best way to spend $2 billion?

    Kevin Outterson of Boston University's School of Public Health raises the question, a little mischievously, of whether Steve Ballmer's $2 billion is really being put to the greatest possible social use. He highlights the following quote from a recent...
  • Mayor's IT director resigns amid investigation

    Mayor's IT director resigns amid investigation
    The head of the Mayor's Office of Information Technology has resigned amid an investigation into allegations that the department paid contractual employees for work they may not have performed. Christopher Tonjes, who denies any wrongdoing, expressed...
  • "Watch Dogs" a love letter to Chicago, could have used more local flavor

    "Watch Dogs" a love letter to Chicago, could have used more local flavor
    “Watch Dogs” the hotly-anticipated crime saga out for the Microsoft and Sony game consoles as well as PC is a stunning triumph in video game design that raises the bar visually for every open world game that will come after and will give...
  • What's $2 billion to Steve Ballmer?

    Why are the "experts" so puzzled by former Microsoft chief Steve Ballmer's $2-billion offer for the Los Angeles Clippers? ("Experts puzzle over $2-billion bid for Clippers," May 31) It does not make financial sense, they argue. But is profit the only...
  • Nintendo Revs Up Much Needed Hit with 'Mario Kart 8′

    Nintendo has a much-needed hit with "Mario Kart 8," the latest installment in its racing franchise that lets players compete on a variety of tracks with the company's iconic characters. Released exclusively for the Wii U, the game sold more than 1.2...
  • Commentary: Rohrabacher's climate-change position is alarming

    U.S. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher's continuous rejection of the science of human-caused climate change puts our economy, national security and children at risk. If he does not change his position, it is time for the voters of his district to replace him....
  • Netflix Remains King of Bandwidth Usage, While YouTube Declines

    Netflix, already the biggest single driver of Internet bandwidth, boosted its share of peak broadband traffic on North American broadband networks in March 2014, according to a new report. The No. 1 subscription VOD service accounted for 34.2% of all...
  • How to use Google+ to land your next job

    Brazen Careerist Google+ is the second largest social network with 500,000,000+ members, but it's wrongly ignored by many job seekers. Google+ feeds Google, and Google is where employers look for qualified job candidates. Unlike LinkedIn or Facebook,...