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The Oracle of Omaha has taken to Twitter. The notoriously tech-shy billionaire launched his @WarrenBuffett handle Thursday, where he quickly garnered more than 180,000 followers. He is the second-richest person with a verified Twitter account, after...
Warren Buffett, the billionaire investor, urged corporate America in an essay published online Thursday to help develop women's workplace potential, arguing women are the key to America's economic prosperity. The essay, written for the May 20 issue...
The possibility that the Tribune Co. will sell its newspapers after an imminent exit from bankruptcy has set off a new round of speculation about The Baltimore Sun's future ownership — along with expressions of interest from potential buyers....
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Kaplan University, which has its main campus in Davenport, Iowa, and its headquarters in Chicago, serves more than 53,000 online and campus-based students. The Orlando operation serves as an online student-support center. Kaplan University is part of...
L.A. Times Tech BlogThe Washington Post Co. is venturing into the social-media business with Trove, its news aggregation website and mobile apps. Trove, which went live on Wednesday, pulls news from 10,000 sources across the Internet and sorts content by what a user's...
The Swampby Mark Silva Access. Washington runs on it. And plenty of people will pay dearly for it. But when the publisher of the Washington Post, a paper that has devoted considerable resources to rooting out and exposing the sale of......
The Swampby Paul West Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele said today that he will provide records from his 2006 Maryland Senate campaign to the Federal Bureau of Investigation in an effort to speed an apparent federal investigation into...
Tags: Justice System, Corporate Crime, FBI, Newspapers, Maryland
The Swampby Frank James Several commenters have alluded to today's Washington Post report that federal agents interviewed the sister of Michael Steele, the Republican National Committee's new chairman, over allegations that he used his 2006 Senate campaign funds...
The Swampby Peter Nicholas President Barack Obama has abruptly changed tactics in his bid to revive the economy, setting aside his bipartisan stance and pointedly blaming Republicans for demanding what he cast as discredited "piecemeal measures." Obama's...
Tags: Republican Party, White House, News Media, Nebraska, Upper House
The Swampby Frank James The Republican National Committee telegraphs the topics Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans will grill Eric Holder on today at his confirmation hearing to be President-elect Barack Obama's Attorney General. Actually, some Democrats may...
Tags: Luis Gutierrez, Jose Serrano, Trials, Terrorism, Upper House
Spin CycleDespite a significant flap over her refusal to agree to limits or additional disclosure on her husband's foreign fundraising, Hillary Clinton seems headed for confirmation after a deferential hearing in which she emphasized diplomacy. The Washington Post,...
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