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  • Matt Taibbi rips into America's growing income gap in 'The Divide'

    Matt Taibbi begins his sixth book, "The Divide: American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap," with a simple formulation: "Poverty goes up; Crime goes down; Prison population doubles." It's a snapshot, a way to represent what Taibbi sees as the through-the-looking-glass reality of contemporary America, where rule of law has been subverted by, on the one hand, corporate greed and, on the other, a kind of institutionalized abuse of the poor.
  • BlackBerry tries to convince public it can endure 'challenging times'

    With incessant reports of impending doom, BlackBerry is in full-fledged damage-control mode, seeking to reassure the public that it is still healthy despite "challenging times." The company made an unusual move this week, writing an open letter to its...

    BlackBerry has been searching for a buyer since 2012, report says

    BlackBerry announced this week that it's considering selling itself, but the Canadian phone-maker may have a hard time finding a buyer. According to a report Tuesday, BlackBerry has already been secretly looking for a buyer for nearly a year....

    BlackBerry in deal to go private

    BlackBerry in deal to go private
    In a last-ditch effort to salvage its business, BlackBerry has struck a tentative deal to be bought by a Canadian insurance company for $4.7 billion. An agreement is not complete and other bids could emerge, but already analysts are saying that the...

    T-Mobile will no longer carry BlackBerry smartphones in its stores

    It's getting only tougher for struggling BlackBerry as T-Mobile, one of the top U.S. carriers, said it will no longer sell the Canadian smartphones in its stores. The only customers who are still interested in purchasing BlackBerry are business...