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  • Qualcomm calling on a new CEO amid intensifying competition

    Few companies have benefited more from the explosion of the wireless market and the increasing sophistication of cellphones than Qualcomm Inc. The San Diego semiconductor and telecommunications company is the world's leading designer and seller of chips...
  • Alex. Brown Realty partners on Oregon hotel project

    Alex. Brown Realty partners on Oregon hotel project
    Alex. Brown Realty, Inc. a private real estate investment manager, has bought a five-acre site in Oregon with plans for a 140-room Marriott Residence Inn. ABR and its partners, Portland-based Hillsboro Hotel Development and Texas-based Huntington...
  • Maryland's whiz kid [Letter]

    Maryland's whiz kid [Letter]
    What a wonderful article about Crownsville whiz kid Jack Andraka ("Maryland teen gets worldwide stage after winning Intel award," Jan. 4). As a resident of Anne Arundel county, I am especially proud. His appearances on TV have been excellent. Let's hope...
  • Sony to launch its own cloud-based TV service

    Sony to launch its own cloud-based TV service
    Sony Corp. is getting into a new facet of the TV business: launching an Internet service that will bring live television programs and on-demand content into the home. Andrew House, chief executive of the Sony Computer Entertainment Group, unveiled plans...
  • Advertisers stick with 'Duck Dynasty.' Sony has cloudy plans

    Advertisers stick with 'Duck Dynasty.' Sony has cloudy plans
    After the coffee. Before running for sheriff of Los Angeles County. The Skinny: I successfully renewed my driver's license, which required taking the written test again. I only got two wrong and one was about rules for smoking in a car and I quit...
  • Stocks' growth may hinge on much better earnings, economy

    Stocks' growth may hinge on much better earnings, economy
    The stock market shined last year with an epic rally. Now it's time for corporate America — and the economy — to catch up. Stocks ballooned 30% last year, as measured by the Standard & Poor's 500 index. But the average company in the broad...
  • Intel sells Internet TV business to Verizon

    Intel sells Internet TV business to Verizon
    Intel announced Tuesday that it has sold Intel Media, its Internet TV division, to Verizon Communications for an undisclosed amount. Intel Media launched to much fanfare in early 2013, promising to begin service by the end of the year. However, the...
  • 'Candy Crush Saga' registers for 'candy' trademark, takes on copycats

    'Candy Crush Saga' registers for 'candy' trademark, takes on copycats
    King, the developer of the ultra-addictive "Candy Crush Saga" video game, has registered for the U.S. trademark of the word "candy." King, which contends it possesses the trademark in Europe, is enforcing it against a few games that also use the word in...
  • Airbnb discrimination? Study finds black hosts charge less on average

    Airbnb discrimination? Study finds black hosts charge less on average
    A recent study released by Harvard Business School professors says black hosts on Airbnb typically charge lower fees than non-black hosts for similar properties, signaling the black hosts may be facing discrimination through the online service. The...
  • State of the Union: Guests invited to make a point

    State of the Union: Guests invited to make a point
    WASHINGTON – Two Boston bombing survivors and Jason Collins, a 12-year NBA player who came out as gay last year, will sit among the White House’s guests at Tuesday’s State of the Union speech. Accompanying First Lady Michelle Obama, they...
  • Apple to begin taking orders for U.S.-made Mac Pro desktops Thursday

    Apple to begin taking orders for U.S.-made Mac Pro desktops Thursday
    Apple is set to finally begin selling its new Mac Pro desktop after months of teasing the redesigned and American-built computer. The Cupertino tech giant said it would start taking orders for the Mac Pro on Thursday, starting at $2,999 for a base quad-...