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  • In a twist, Six Flags opts for dark rides over roller coasters

    In a twist, Six Flags opts for dark rides over roller coasters
    Renowned for its towering steel coasters, Six Flags will add two interactive dark rides in 2015 by a ride-maker that has long worked in the shadows of industry leaders Disney and Universal. Designed by Florida-based Sally Corp. in collaboration with a...
  • Republicans' net neutrality bill hints at a middle ground

    The debate over the net neutrality rules proposed last year by Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler has made at least two things clear. First, there is broad support for rules that have the same goals as the ones the commission adopted...
  • Obama, Cameron pledge unified effort to fight 'poisonous' terrorism after Paris attacks

    In a show of trans-Atlantic unity, President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron pledged a joint effort on Friday to fight domestic terrorism following deadly attacks in France. They also strongly urged the U.S. Congress to hold off on...
  • Rise of a fashion 'influencer' via social media

    Rise of a fashion 'influencer' via social media
    How'd a guy with a bachelor's degree in biology and without a Facebook profile become one of social media's most valued fashion experts? "My girlfriend said let's start a blog together," says Blake Scott, 26. Now Scott makes a living as an...
  • 'The Sweet Spot': Author says get out of the 'busy-ness trap'

    'The Sweet Spot': Author says get out of the 'busy-ness trap'
    At a recent high school alumni event, Christine Carter disabused former classmates of the notion that she was incredibly busy. She couldn't blame them for assuming her life was packed 24/7. The sociologist and happiness expert at UC Berkeley's Greater...
  • Social media buzz the new barometer of a hit

    Social media buzz the new barometer of a hit
    On Tuesday, while the world was otherwise occupied, an unsigned Brooklyn R&B band called Phony Ppl with a scant 6,800 Twitter followers released an album called "Yesterday's Tomorrow." The album was two years in the making, and its 15 songs connect the...
  • Intuit changed TurboTax this year, triggering an enormous customer uproar

    Intuit changed TurboTax this year, triggering an enormous customer uproar
    Intuit's TurboTax software program long has been the king of do-it-yourself tax preparation, with nearly 30-million customers and a market share of 60-65%.  But you probably won't lose money betting that these figures will come down next year. That's...
  • Oscars telecast may get lower ratings

    Oscars telecast may get lower ratings
    The Academy Awards will shine the spotlight on a crop of best picture nominees that isn't short on smaller movies with offbeat, personal stories. From a film about a fading movie star struggling to gain artistic credibility ("Birdman") to a picture...
  • Obama team tailors State of the Union for age of Twitter and YouTube

    Obama team tailors State of the Union for age of Twitter and YouTube
    As President Obama worked on his State of the Union address last week, his staff sent out an email blast to ask the public what should be in it. The White House hyped nearly every recent major policy announcement — on LinkedIn and other websites....
  • Magzter Gold offers unlimited digital copies of 2,000 magazines

    Magzter Gold offers unlimited digital copies of 2,000 magazines
    The all-you-can-consume model of content distribution on the Internet made popular by Netflix and Spotify is set to infiltrate the magazine industry. For $9.99 a month, readers can now access unlimited digital copies of ESPN the Magazine, Maxim, New...
  • Fitness experts on what's hot and what's not for 2015

    Fitness experts on what's hot and what's not for 2015
    Get ready to connect with your exercise equipment digitally at home or in the gym while lifting weights and competing with your peers in 2015. It's time to ditch your Zumba shoes and slap on some wearable technology before you hit the studio. Here's what'...