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  • Google rates Internet service providers' video streaming quality

    Google rates Internet service providers' video streaming quality
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Google Inc is rating Internet service providers' video streaming quality on a new website, the latest development in the fight between broadband providers and content companies over who is to blame for slow streaming speeds. A...
  • Women business owners level-up the message

    Women business owners level-up the message
    Who: Joyce Hunter, of Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, president/owner of The Florida Printing Group Inc., was inducted as president of the National Association of Women Business Owners, Fort Lauderdale chapter, May 5. Hunter's wholesale printing firm translates...
  • Developer of new apartment complex using social media for dialogue with the neighborhood

    Developer of new apartment complex using social media for dialogue with the neighborhood
    When the developers of the proposed apartment complex called The Princeton at College Park decided to unveil their proposal to the city and the neighborhood, they opted to hold a public hearing to review their plans with local residents. Then the...
  • Reader feedback July 7: Area wineries, students to launch iPhone app, spate of shootings

    Wine time We note that dozens of wineries are within easy driving distance from and/or in Hampton Roads. If you're interested in wine and how it's made, the leisurely summer months are a great time for day-tripping and sipping. •Brian Talbert:...
  • Ken Roberts dies at 73; promoter transformed KROQ-FM into a powerhouse

    Ken Roberts dies at 73; promoter transformed KROQ-FM into a powerhouse
    Ken Roberts, a concert promoter who rescued a debt-ridden Pasadena rock music station and oversaw its rebirth as powerhouse KROQ-FM (106.7), which helped acts like Prince and Culture Club gain mainstream attention, died May 22 in New York City. He was 73....
  • Facebook to Acquire Video-Advertising Firm LiveRail

    Facebook will acquire LiveRail, a video-advertising technology company, as the social giant looks to dramatically expand its video advertising business. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Customers of LiveRail, founded in 2007, include Major League...
  • Sean Combs' Revolt TV Aims to Broaden Reach in Music Biz

    To mark its one-year anniversary in October, Sean Combs' Revolt TV cabler will host a music biz conference in Miami in an effort to expand its presence throughout the entertainment industry. Andre Harrell (pictured), the urban music vet who played a...
  • iPhone app offers new social networking experience

    iPhone app offers new social networking experience
    Micah Davis said he hates it when he meets someone who is tremendously talented but goes unrecognized. Rather than complain, he decided to solve the problem millennial style. Davis created an app called Network. Network is a free application that...
  • How Malloy's Aides Edited, Shaped Their Messages On Charter Schools Debacle

     How Malloy's Aides Edited, Shaped Their Messages On Charter Schools Debacle
    Pull back the curtain as top aides in the Malloy administration shape the messages that get fed to the taxpaying public, and you see how much calculation, editing and rewriting happens before a statement is finally issued — and how high up the...
  • Brian France gives midseason state of the sport at Daytona

    The Sports Xchange Brian France gives midseason state of the sport at Daytona By Seth Livingstone NASCAR Wire Service Distributed by The Sports Xchange DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- If NASCAR CEO Brian France could change one thing about 2014 it might be...
  • American Apparel sorry for using Challenger disaster photo

    American Apparel sorry for using Challenger disaster photo
    American Apparel issued a public apology Thursday after the company posted a stylized picture to its Tumblr page of the space shuttle Challenger disaster thinking it was fireworks. The company was immediately hammered with negative feedback. In its...