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  • The Supreme Court is hearing from an unexpected champion of same-sex marriage: Corporate America

    The Supreme Court is hearing from an unexpected champion of same-sex marriage: Corporate America
    When the Supreme Court this month hears arguments over whether gay and lesbian couples can marry in all 50 states, one audience will be paying especially close attention: American businesses, which say they spend more than $1 billion a year navigating the...
  • Apple defies tech trends, posts record 2nd quarter

    Apple defies tech trends, posts record 2nd quarter
    Apple Inc.'s message to shareholders: We're “bucking the tide.” In the U.S., in China and across the world, the world's most valuable public company is outpacing peers. Apple generated $13.6 billion in profit during the first three months...
  • Millennials love Snowden? Fine, but he should still stand trial

    Millennials love Snowden? Fine, but he should still stand trial
    To the editor: Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden is featured on The Times' Op-Ed page as a hero and a whistle-blower, and some people think he will come to be honored for the fact that he disclosed classified information to several...
  • Law enforcement worries over beefed-up phone encryption

    Law enforcement worries over beefed-up phone encryption
    NEWPORT NEWS — The FBI and local law enforcement agencies are concerned about new changes to cellphones they say could hamper their ability to obtain crucial information during criminal investigations. But not everyone agrees, with iPhone maker...
  • The Apple Watch event: What we already know and what to expect

    The Apple Watch event: What we already know and what to expect
    Apple is hosting a media event Monday morning to launch its Apple Watch, and we'll be in San Francisco to give you all the details as they're announced. Chief Executive Tim Cook revealed the watch product for the first time during its September iPhone 6...
  • Can Apple Watch reset consumer preferences?

    Can Apple Watch reset consumer preferences?
    It's time to see if Apple Inc. can single-handedly energize the tepid smartwatch market. When the Apple Watch finally hits store shelves next month, it will join a crowded field of smartwatches, none of which has caught on with the public in a big way....
  • Right Stuff: Freedom of speech should be for all

    Right Stuff: Freedom of speech should be for all
    Last week the legislatures in Indiana and Arkansas passed their own Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (RFRA), similar to the laws in 19 other states and the federal government. Indiana's governor, Mike Pence, was pummeled on national television and...
  • Discovery Chief Executive David Zaslav's compensation hit $156 million in 2014

    Discovery Chief Executive David Zaslav's compensation hit $156 million in 2014
    Discovery Communications Inc. Chief Executive David Zaslav's compensation topped $156 million last year, the cable company said in a Friday regulatory filing.  The bulk of that eye-popping figure consisted of $144 million in stock awards to be vested...
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger: Indiana's religious freedom law is bad for Republicans

    I became a proud Republican before I even understood English. I immigrated to the United States in the heat of the 1968 presidential campaign, when the choice as I heard it through a friend's translation was simple. Hubert Humphrey, with his talk of...
  • GOP needs to order its pizza with acceptance — not hate

    By Eugene Robinson The only purpose of the "religious freedom" laws in Indiana and other states is to assert that discrimination against gay people is acceptable. The only way to "fix" such measures is to repeal them. As events last week have shown,...
  • Corporate activism finds its footing on religious freedom laws

    You can tell that a movement is scoring some important points when its opponents want to change the subject. That thought comes to mind when I hear critics charge Apple CEO Tim Cook with hypocrisy in his recent protests of "religious freedom" legislation...