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Businessweek’s detailed feature on Mark Zuckerberg’s most famous creation having turned 10 looks on the outside as a
Listening to Facebook executives on yesterday's earnings call announcing fourth quarter results, two clear themes emerged: personalization, and global expansion...Facebook executives announced 1.23 billion people in the world already use Facebook at
The latest issue of Businessweek blamed Republicans for the alleged future destruction of a small chain of islands in the South Pacific. Despite this finger pointing, this same article contradicted many of its own arguments. The islands, called
Once you've exposed your secret hope that Silicon Valley will secede from the U.S. and "opt-in" to a society "run by technology," there's only one place left to go: Bitcoin Country! Businessweek reports that Balaji Srinivasan, the former Stanford
As described by Businessweek, In the first ad, dubbed ' The Exam ,' a young woman who has signed up for Obamacare arrives at a medical facility and changes out of her clothes and into a flimsy hospital gown. Following the instructions of a doctor,
The fancy new shoes will be manufactured in Italy not the brand's Colorado headquarters. Prices will range from $80 to $120. The line is part of Crocs' push to distance itself from the clogs that made it famous. Businessweek , reported earlier this
Yet there's a massive amount of variation in the three most prominent rankings ( Businessweek , US News , and The Financial Times ). Though Harvard, Stanford and Wharton cluster near the top, the rest is all over the place. That irked Dawn Iacobucci,
There are no ugly cart paths to break up the flow of one fairway to the next. Cheese and pimento sandwiches still sell for $1.50 in food tents throughout the course. There's no gouging of patrons when it comes to parking; that's free. Also, don't
While some former Apple Inc. executives are currently successful in running other companies, Businessweek finds that many former Apple execs have "trouble running other companies, particularly established large ones." While some former Apple Inc.
Bloomberg Businessweek ran a front-page attack on the NRA for its March 18-25 edition. Much of the story was spent interviewing the owners of the Mossberg gun factory from New Haven, Conn., who find the NRA's position ill timed and graceless.