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  • The Bacon Strip sizzles

    The Bacon Strip sizzles
    Money can't buy happiness, but it can buy bacon, which is basically the same thing for many people. If you're like me, you'll eat it every way possible — topped on a burger, pizza or baked potato or wrapped around chicken, scallops and mini hot...
  • LinkedIn is not Facebook

    I will start by saying I am a big fan of both Facebook and LinkedIn. I am a fan of them for many reasons. Many of my "friends" on Facebook, I have met through work. But it is important to understand some of the etiquette and differences between the two....
  • Pandora loses royalty rate court fight to publisher group BMI

    Pandora loses royalty rate court fight to publisher group BMI
    Internet radio giant Pandora Media Inc. lost a key legal battle in the decades-long, wide-ranging fight over how musicians and music copyright owners are paid for their work A federal district court in New York on Thursday ruled in favor of BMI —...
  • Ad-blocking technology poised to make mobile Net less neutral

    Ad-blocking technology poised to make mobile Net less neutral
    Having trouble seeing the link between the Verizon-AOL deal and the need for net neutrality regulations? Some new reporting by the Financial Times should help clear things up for you. The FT's Robert Cookson revealed Thursday that at least one major...
  • Cannes 2015: Netflix comes to the Croisette, and sparks fly

    Cannes 2015: Netflix comes to the Croisette, and sparks fly
    New and old collided Friday at the Cannes Film Festival when one of Silicon Valley's biggest entertainment players visited the bastion of traditional cinema. Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos took the stage at a venerable Cannes theater to...
  • GOP wrestling with too many '16 prospects for a TV debate

    Never have more than 10 candidates taken the stage for a televised Republican presidential debate. Wish the GOP luck in trying to keep it that way. With the party's first debate set for August, Republicans must decide to either allow what could become...
  • Snapchat's Evan Spiegel tells USC grads to 'voice your dissent'

    Snapchat's Evan Spiegel tells USC grads to 'voice your dissent'
    Crazy? Arrogant? Entitled? Snapchat Chief Executive Evan Spiegel told USC graduates that he's been called all that and worse. However people want to criticize him, Spiegel said that he's only being human. In a commencement address Friday, he urged the...
  • Judge to hear final arguments Monday in O's-Nationals TV rights dispute

    Judge to hear final arguments Monday in O's-Nationals TV rights dispute
    Final arguments are scheduled Monday in New York City in a court dispute between the Orioles and Washington Nationals over the division of tens of millions of dollars in rights fees from the regional sports network televising both teams' games. At...
  • Orlando City, Magic, Solar Bears use social media to connect to fans

    Orlando City, Magic, Solar Bears use social media to connect to fans
    Orlando City Soccer Club threw a party in the streets of downtown Orlando on Ed Cahill's first day on the job as the team's social-media guru. Amid confetti, drumbeats and smoke flares celebrating the groundbreaking of a new stadium on that mid-October...
  • Harris Faulkner considered rising star at Fox

    Harris Faulkner's hobby may sound like a patriotic put-on, but the Fox News Channel anchor insists it's legit. "The thing that I really love to do, that I now only do in the shower, is to sing the national anthem," said Faulkner, a regular on Fox's...
  • Amtrak crash: Why positive train control is a negative for many railroads

    Amtrak crash: Why positive train control is a negative for many railroads
    The location may be near Philadelphia, but the story is tragically familiar to anyone in Southern California who commutes by rail: After a deadly derailment -- this one of an Amtrak train apparently traveling more than 100 miles per hour through a curve...