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  • With Nest Labs, Google wants to connect your home to the Internet

    With Nest Labs, Google wants to connect your home to the Internet
    SAN FRANCISCO -- For years, Google has been the search engine that connects people to all points on the Internet. Now it also wants to be the company that connects people's homes to the Internet. The search giant said Monday that it agreed to buy Nest...
  • Rosenthal: ADM's decision delivers a lesson in corporate strategy

    Rosenthal: ADM's decision delivers a lesson in corporate strategy
    Any out-of-towner can fall in love with Chicago when it's warm. Commit in December to making it your home and, beyond affection, it's likely you've simply decided this is somewhere you need to be. Three days ahead of the official arrival of winter,...
  • Rosenthal: To win the incentive game, make Chicago better

    Rosenthal: To win the incentive game, make Chicago better
    When Illinois House Majority Leader Barbara Flynn Currie browbeat Archer Daniels Midland at a public hearing a few weeks ago, comparing the global ag giant's bid to secure state tax credits to blackmail, it was a clarion call for change. But don't get the...
  • Speaking up on Google electronic throat tattoo device

    Speaking up on Google electronic throat tattoo device
    WWED: What would Edison do? What would the inventor whose patents made so much of modern life possible have to say about this development: A Google-owned company has just filed for a patent for a stick-on temporary neck tattoo, a kind of electronic...
  • Rosenthal: What happens if ADM walks as Illinois balks?

    Winded from the strain of finally addressing the public pension funding crisis last week, our elected heroes in Springfield opted to take a break rather than give one. Left unresolved is whether companies such as Decatur-based global agriculture giant...
  • Quinn: No ADM tax breaks until pension deal

    Quinn: No ADM tax breaks until pension deal
    Gov. Pat Quinn said today that a request by Decatur-based Archer Daniels Midland for millions of dollars in tax incentives to stay in Illinois should not be considered until lawmakers first reform the state's highly indebted public employee pension...
  • Rosenthal: ADM effort is equivalent to clipping coupons for pennies

     Rosenthal: ADM effort is equivalent to clipping coupons for pennies
    Archer Daniels Midland: coupon clipper to the world. The mighty Illinois-based agriculture giant has come across more like some kind of bargain-chasing biddy, rich enough to not actually need discounts but unwilling to forgo a single money-saving...
  • Motorola hoping for hit with new Moto X

    Motorola hoping for hit with new Moto X
    Motorola Mobility unveiled Thursday its much-anticipated Moto X smartphone, marking the Libertyville-based company’s first flagship product launch since its acquisition by Google last year. The new device, introduced at a press event in New York,...
  • Rosenthal: Public won't buy simple gadgetry upgrades, tweaks

    Rosenthal: Public won't buy simple gadgetry upgrades, tweaks
    Was anyone really surprised the star of "Dude, Where's My Car?" failed to pack the nation's multiplexes with his portrayal of the late Apple boss Steve Jobs? The real summer blockbuster involving Jobs came six years ago with the debut of the iPhone....
  • Steve Ballmer's possible replacements: geeks, execs, sales gurus

    To replace Chief Executive Steve Ballmer, a Microsoft search committee plans to sort through a thicket of internal and external candidates. Options include technology visionaries with engineering backgrounds, longtime executives at Microsoft and folks...
  • Rosenthal: Microsoft deal for Nokia a lifeline to both

    Microsoft's deal for Nokia's wireless phone business is about mobility. But it's also about buoyancy. Because Microsoft has been sinking in the growing mobile sector. The just-announced $7.2 billion pickup may do little but enable the lumbering...