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  • Seahawks' Bruce Irvin comes across angry on social media about his contract option

    Bruce Irvin is under contract to be a Seahawk in 2015. And for now, that's about all that is certain about the future of the team's 2012 first-round draft choice. While the team has yet to publicly comment on its decision not to pick up an option in...
  • Details of Silicon Valley exec Dave Goldberg's death emerge

    Details of Silicon Valley exec Dave Goldberg's death emerge
    Dave Goldberg, a 47-year-old Silicon Valley executive who died suddenly last Friday, collapsed while exercising on vacation at a Mexican resort, people close to the family said in a statement Monday. Efforts to revive Goldberg, who was the husband of...
  • 24-hour online fundraising event starts Tuesday

    Last year, the first-ever Great Give raised more than $2 million for nonprofits in Palm Beach and Martin counties in 24 hours. Organizers are hoping to hit $3 million the second time around. This year's Great Give starts at 5 p.m. Tuesday and...
  • Twitter says it disabled dozens of illegal Mayweather-Pacquiao streams

    Twitter says it disabled dozens of illegal Mayweather-Pacquiao streams
    Two days after appearing to revel in its streaming app’s usage during the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight, Twitter said Monday it respected intellectual property rights and disabled dozens of illegal streams of Saturday’s marquee boxing match....
  • Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback gets dinner � and an educational tip from the waitress

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. On her last night on the job, a waitress at a Topeka, Kan., restaurant decided to turn the tables and give her customer a bit of a tip. And that customer Saturday night was Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback, no less. The tip which amounted to...
  • Palm Beach County tourism bureau looking to hire

    Palm Beach County tourism bureau looking to hire
    Discover The Palm Beaches, the official tourism marketing organization for Palm Beach County, is seeking to fill six staff positions. Three are newly created positions while the others are jobs that became vacant due to departures, bureau spokeswoman...
  • Cable, pay-per-view problems leave viewers fighting mad

    For some boxing fans, the big fight Saturday night turned out to be between them and their cable companies. Strong pay-per-view demand for the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao fight in Las Vegas caused problems for cable and satellite systems,...
  • Intuit drafting another small business for Super Bowl TV ad

    Intuit is looking to draft another small business for some air time in football's biggest game. The maker of QuickBooks accounting software is planning its second competition in which small companies will vie for a 30-second spot in Super Bowl 50 on Feb....
  • You've signed up for a social media account: Here's what you should do first

    You've signed up for a social media account: Here's what you should do first
    I'm often asked for the best place to start after signing up for a social media account. It's a good question, and I have some suggestions for four of the biggest platforms to put you on the road toward success, whether you are signing up for business...
  • Westminster grad wins Pulitzer for television criticism

    Westminster grad wins Pulitzer for television criticism
    For her work in television criticism, Mary McNamara, a 1981 graduate of Westminster High School, won the Pulitzer Prize earlier in April for her work with the Los Angeles Times. McNamara is the first television critic to win the award since 1988 and...
  • 'Hacktivists' from around the world take to social media to stir Baltimore unrest

    'Hacktivists' from around the world take to social media to stir Baltimore unrest
    After riots overtook West Baltimore on Monday, a hashtag began to appear on Twitter and other social media — #BALTIMORELOOTCREW — linking together posts that depicted pilfered prescription drugs and demolished store shelves. But that "crew"...