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  • More than a hack assault on Sony

    More than a hack assault on Sony
    At the outset, the hacking of internal company records at Sony Pictures Entertainment and the release of the candid and sometimes snarky internal communications of company executives seemed relatively harmless. Embarrassing for the execs, titillating...
  • 3 held for trial on charges they beat gay couple in Philadelphia

    3 held for trial on charges they beat gay couple in Philadelphia
    Two men and a woman from Bucks County will be tried on criminal charges that say they beat a gay couple in Philadelphia. Testimony during a preliminary hearing Tuesday, held in Philadelphia's Criminal Justice Center, helped clarify the events from...
  • WLS-Ch. 7 and WCIU-Ch. 26 team up for 7 p.m. news

    WLS-Ch. 7 and WCIU-Ch. 26 team up for 7 p.m. news
    Get ready for a prime-time WLS-Ch. 7 newscast — on WCIU-Ch. 26. The ABC-owned WLS and Weigel Broadcasting said Tuesday they are teaming up for a new, hourlong newscast weeknights at 7 p.m. on The U. The live newscasts, which begin Jan. 12, will be...
  • DEC 8 | Blue Sky: How to Boost Your Social Marketing Strategy

    DEC 8 | Blue Sky: How to Boost Your Social Marketing Strategy
    You’re responsible for taking your company or client’s social media strategy to the next level with limited budget, time or staff. We'll show you how to succeed. Join Blue Sky Innovation reporter Amina Elahi for an interactive conversation and...
  • 'The Simpsons' at 25: Still going strong and rolling in the d'oh

    'The Simpsons' at 25: Still going strong and rolling in the d'oh
    "If TV has taught me anything, it's that miracles always happen to poor kids at Christmas," the now-familiar spiky-haired boy said on Dec. 17, 1989. "It happened to Tiny Tim. It happened to Charlie Brown. It happened to the Smurfs. And it's going to...
  • Timing right for U.S. bid to host Games, say experts

    So often in sport, timing is everything and there is a groundswell of belief by pundits that the moment is finally right for the United States to make another pitch to host the Summer Olympics -- in 2024. The general feeling is Asia and Europe will...
  • Why parents should crack open kids' tech gifts first

    Why parents should crack open kids' tech gifts first
    If tech devices will be under the tree on Christmas morning, parents would be wise to crack them open before the kids do. "A lot of tech toys say 'plug-and-play,' but you might have to log in and establish a user name and password or configure the Wi-Fi...
  • Bravo and E! networks take the plunge into scripted TV programming

    Bravo and E! networks take the plunge into scripted TV programming
    Two of TV's biggest reality stars are breaking into acting. Bravo and E! network, which have established themselves as reality kingpins with franchises such as "Real Housewives" and the Kardashians between them, are taking a moment to find out what...
  • Chrysler Group officially becomes FCA US

    DETROIT Chrysler Group, as a corporate name, is now history. The company announced Tuesday that its name has been changed from Chrysler Group to FCA US LLC a move that likely won't be noticed by the average consumer but will mean more to employees and...
  • NBC's Brian Williams stays true to news, with a new contract expected

     NBC's Brian Williams stays true to news, with a new contract expected
    Riding an Amtrak train from Washington, D.C., to New York last week, Brian Williams gets the greetings and nods of recognition from passengers expected for someone who has spent 10 years in the anchor chair at "NBC Nightly News." Yet half of those...
  • What Your Apps Know About You (Really?)

    What Your Apps Know About You (Really?)
    The season of giving never ends for smartphone users. We're giving out names, addresses, contacts, sensitive photos, our shopping habits and even our location to apps we've downloaded and websites we've visited. Gary Miliefsky, founder of Snoopwall, a...