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Sumner Redstone  sues two former girlfriends for elder abuse.

Lyft says it’s not for sale contrary to reports and ridership has doubled.

Former White House cybersecurity chief launches Uplevel Security.

Harvard reaches tentative agreement to end cafeteria workers’ strike.

Dubai billionaire Alabbar plans messaging app for Middle East to compete with services such as WhatsApp.

Amazon opens a new game engine team location in Austin.

Depressed with the U.S. election? It could be worse. Iceland’s Pirate Party, founded less than four years ago by a group of activists, anarchists, and hackers, is poised to win in the upcoming general election.

Blood and gore rules! The season seven premier episode of “Walking Dead” has brought in a near record ratings of 17 million viewers.

New York Giants release Josh Brown after NFL reopens domestic abuse investigation.
Photo: Sumner Redstone in Los Angeles December 11, 2012. Reuters/Fred Prouser