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  • Big Kahuna award, $213,000 up for grabs at Siemer Summit

    Big Kahuna award, $213,000 up for grabs at Siemer Summit
    Thirty-five start-ups are vying for a $213,000 prize this week in Santa Monica at the Siemer Summit, a conference for entrepreneurs and investors. A total of 10 "WaveMaker" awards are scheduled to be given away, including the Silicon Beach Award and the...
  • Consumer group urges hospitals to stop 'unethical' health screenings

    Consumer group urges hospitals to stop 'unethical' health screenings
    A prominent consumer group is calling on 20 hospitals, including three in Southern California, to stop marketing medical tests to patients that the group considers unnecessary and unethical. Public Citizen said it sent letters to hospitals in eight...
  • Builder in Upper Macungie accused of deceptive mortgage advertising

    Zip. Zero. Nada. If you were looking to buy a home and saw those words in big, bold print in an ad offering newly built homes for sale for no money down, your interest might be piqued. A home builder that used the catch phrase in ads trying to sell...
  • Videos aimed at aiding credit card fraud abundant on YouTube

    The YouTube video features Lil Wayne rapping over a melancholy beat: "I see that guilt beneath the shame. I see your soul through your window pane." Displayed on the screen is a message for aspiring credit card fraudsters. "Everyone…I'm selling...
  • China TV Executives Probed For Bribery

    SHANGHAI - Guo Zhenxi, a senior executive at China Central Television, and a CCTV2 channel producer Tan Liwu are being investigated for bribery. Guo was taken into custody at the end of May and colleagues have been told not to contact him. The official...
  • Report: Squatters deflated after vacating party mansion

    Report: Squatters deflated after vacating party mansion
    Who says squatters don't know diddly-squat about impressing women and partying in style? A vacant Cape Coral mansion was turned into Party Central after a dude, identified as Kyle Moss, 26,  posted an online ad inviting women to 'come on over' and visit...
  • Relativity Media expands in China with new deal, partners

    Relativity Media is leaping into the business of distributing Chinese films in the U.S. and is taking on new investment from Chinese partners that will allow it to expand its annual release slate to over 15 movies by 2015-2016, the company announced...
  • UMUC offers discount tuition to federal workers

    UMUC offers discount tuition to federal workers
    Back in April, it seemed like a win-win deal. The federal government, with a workforce that has grown increasingly dissatisfied with training opportunities, negotiated a first-of-its-kind program: A Maryland college that caters to non-traditional...
  • 'Transformers' Earning More in China Than U.S.

    "Transformers: Age of Extinction" is a bigger hit in China than it is in the United States, according to numbers released Tuesday by China Movie Media Group, a partner in the production. So far the film has made $134.5 million in the People's Republic in...
  • Sex sting snags 16 arrests during Operation Cyber Child III

    Sex sting snags 16 arrests during Operation Cyber Child III
    Sixteen people were arrested during Central Florida's latest undercover sex-sting operation, the Polk County Sheriff's Office said Tuesday. "Operation Cyber Child III," which concluded Monday night, focused on men who were willing to travel and have sex...
  • CBS Makes Up to 20% More Ad Revenue Online Than TV per Viewer: Research Chief

    CBS, like every other TV network, is seeing audiences increasingly shift to Internet viewing of programming -- and that's been a good thing for the Eye, according to chief research officer David F. Poltrack. "We actually make more money per viewer...