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  • GMU profs: Government incentives are very bad

    A pair of George Mason University professors take shots at economic development incentives in an op-ed that ran late last week. Sayeth Christopher Coyne and Lotta Moberg: "Targeted benefits encourage companies to game the system. In 1993, IBM caused a...
  • Google named world's most valuable brand, pushing Apple to No. 2

    Google named world's most valuable brand, pushing Apple to No. 2
    Google has knocked three-time champion Apple from the top of an annual list of the 100 most valuable brands around the world. Tech companies occupy the top four spots in the latest Brandz list from Millward Brown: Google, followed by Apple, then IBM and...
  • Could Microsoft quietly be winning the tech wars?

    Could Microsoft quietly be winning the tech wars?
    Is Microsoft actually beating its high-tech competitors? That could be the hidden message in the presentation by Cisco Systems Chairman and CEO John Chambers at a company conference this week.  Chambers, striding into the audience of current and...
  • A Word, Please: It isn't a downer to lowercase the T in 'the'

    If I were to write that the Beatles were a great band, would that give you pause? That is, would you notice anything funny about how I've written the band's name? Most people, I'm guessing, would not. But close readers might notice something odd —...
  • 'Halt and Catch Fire' depicts the early days of the PC revolution

     'Halt and Catch Fire' depicts the early days of the PC revolution
    In a stark Studio City office building in February, a team of six writers was huddled around a conference table breaking the season finale script of what AMC hopes to be its baton-carrying, zeitgeisty drama — "Halt and Catch Fire." The freshman...
  • The all-too-real costs of free trade to average Americans

     The all-too-real costs of free trade to average Americans
    In his State of the Union message, President Obama suggested apprenticeships, tax reductions on new investments, and building new infrastructure as ways to increase jobs and reduce inequality in America. But he said virtually nothing about what is...
  • Google to sell Motorola to Lenovo for $2.91 billion

    Google to sell Motorola to Lenovo for $2.91 billion
    Google Inc. has agreed to sell Motorola Mobility to Lenovo Group for $2.91 billion, the Silicon Valley company confirmed Wednesday. Chief Executive Larry Page confirmed the deal in a blog post Wednesday, after reports from Reuters, China Daily and...
  • Google vende Motorola a Lenovo por 2,910 millones de dólares

    Google vende Motorola a Lenovo por 2,910 millones de dólares
    Google anunció hoy la venta de su filial de telefonía Morotola Mobility al gigante chino Lenovo por 2.910 millones de dólares, apenas dos años y medio después de comprar esa compañía de móviles por 12.500 millones de dólares. La operación concretada hoy...
  • Google to Sell Motorola Mobile-Phone Unit to Lenovo for $2.9 Billion

    It's official: Google is hanging up on the money-losing Motorola Mobility smartphone and mobile devices division, but will keep most of the Motorola patents. The Internet giant announced a deal Wednesday sell the Motorola group to China's Lenovo Group...
  • Google to sell Motorola unit to China's Lenovo

    Google to sell Motorola unit to China's Lenovo
    SAN FRANCISCO — Google's deal to sell its Motorola Mobility unit to Lenovo for $2.9 billion delivered a double-barreled shocker to the tech industry as the sale promised to scramble the playing field for mobile devices. The transaction marks an...
  • Obama MyRA proposal unlikely to boost retirement savings

    President Obama's plan to tackle the U.S. retirement crisis is ambitious and well-intentioned but unlikely to have much of an effect, experts say. In his State of the Union address, Obama proposed a new type of retirement account for the 4 in 10...