Dell plans to cut more than $2 bln in costs over the next three years.
Jim Carville says he’s worried that President Obama’s message on the economy is turning off voters.
New York Mag issues a report card to all the players at Jamie Dimon’s Congressional griling.
iFixit says Apple’s new retina MacBook Pro is nearly impossible to repair.
Nokia is in talks to sell Vertu to PE firm EQT.
So he’s not leaving then? Lloyd C. Blankfein, Goldman’s CEO, says it’s a tough job to leave.
The Internet is getting an overhaul and will get faster.
Two congressman are creating a website to crowd-source a digital bill of rights.
I want one. Here’s a site that provides silly, but fake, twitter bios.
The DOJ has decided not to retry John Edwards. He can retreat into his lair of evilness.
Don’t drop your iPhone on a Chicago subway train.
CPK is bad to its workers. And other restaurants that are mean to its staffers.
What it’s like to live and work in one of the country’s poorest counties.
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