A strip club is suing Oracle after an employee rang up a $33,540 bill and the company refused to pay.
OMG. Beijing is lifting a ban on internet access within the Shanghai Free-trade Zone to foreign websites considered politically sensitive by the Chinese government.
Twitter has picked the NYSE to list its $1.5 bln IPO, according to The Street.
Applied Materials to buy Tokyo Electron in a deal valued at $9 bln.
Who knew? @Horse_ebooks is actually controlled by people.
YouTube has a new commenting system that is powered by Google+.
Burger King unveiled its new Satisfries today, which are low calorie french fries.
Do we need another Miley Cyrus “Wrecking Ball” parody video? Yes we do. Here’s a puppy version.
Death dinners, where participants talk about death and dying, are becoming more popular.
Photo courtesy of Burger King