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  • PREVIA-Después del espionaje de EEUU, conferencia discute Internet más global y segura

    Por Esteban Israel y Anthony Boadle SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Cuando Dilma Rousseff propuso el año pasado ante las Naciones Unidas regular la Internet, muchos temieron lo peor. Estados Unidos había espiado sus correos electrónicos y la presidenta de...
  • Supreme Court to hear TV broadcasters' case against video service Aereo

    WASHINGTON Tuesday's Supreme Court showdown pitting start-up video service Aereo against U.S. broadcasters has everyone from the White House to cloud computing advocates filing briefs and taking sides. All parties agree on one thing: No matter what the...
  • How I Made It: Bill Dombrowski, California Retailers Assn. president

    How I Made It: Bill Dombrowski, California Retailers Assn. president
    The job: Bill Dombrowski is president of the California Retailers Assn., a trade group based in Sacramento that includes most of the country's largest store chains, including 7-Eleven Inc., Safeway Inc., Macy's Inc., Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Home Depot...
  • Obama campaign veterans launch hub for charitable giving

    Obama campaign veterans launch hub for charitable giving
    Among Jason Kunesh and Dan Ratner's many duties for the 2012 Barack Obama re-election effort was a revamp of the campaign's online donation system. That's where the campaign's technologists tried to convert someone's interest in the president into cash....
  • Amazon's tax-free European profits drop after IRS clamp-down

    LONDON (Reuters) - The amount of money Amazon.com Inc reports through a tax-exempt vehicle in Europe has dropped sharply in the past two years, even as European sales jumped, after the U.S. tax authority tightened rules it felt were being abused to...
  • Obamacare enrollees urged to change passwords over Heartbleed bug

    Obamacare enrollees urged to change passwords over Heartbleed bug
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Americans with accounts on President Barack Obama's health insurance enrollment website, HealthCare.gov, were advised that their passwords had been reset to guard against the "Heartbleed" bug, in a message posted on the site on...
  • Entrepreneur shifts strategy in volatile online game business

    Entrepreneur shifts strategy in volatile online game business
    Technology entrepreneur Philip Holt took a detour in the online-game business late last year — one he says is paying off now with lucrative deals for his startup once known as Row Sham Bow Inc. The former chief of EA Sports' Maitland operation...
  • Betsy Trobaugh: Conference aimed at how to be smarter retailer

    Betsy Trobaugh, 54, is the JCPenney Director at the University of Florida's David F. Miller Center for Retailing Education and Research. Trobaugh spoke with Sentinel reporter Sara K. Clarke about the center's plans for its Retail Smarter Conference, an...
  • Alibaba plans IPO in U.S., not Hong Kong

    Alibaba plans IPO in U.S., not Hong Kong
    The largest tech IPO of the year — and perhaps of all time — isn't coming from Silicon Valley. Alibaba, a Chinese e-commerce behemoth with more sales than Amazon and EBay combined, has decided to go public on Wall Street after months of...
  • Bigger than Facebook? Chinese tech giant Alibaba plans U.S. IPO

    Bigger than Facebook? Chinese tech giant Alibaba plans U.S. IPO
    The largest tech IPO of the year will come from a company that many Americans have never heard of. Alibaba -- a Chinese e-commerce behemoth that produces more sales and net income than Amazon and EBay combined -- has decided to go public in the U.S....
  • Barnes & Noble chairman cuts stake in company again

    (Reuters) - Barnes & Noble Inc Chairman Leonard Riggio, the bookseller's founder and largest shareholder, cut his stake in the company to 20 percent by selling shares worth about $64 million. Barnes & Noble's shares fell as much as 10 percent to $16.80...
  • The Week Ahead: Open sesame: Alibaba hopes to find riches in US stock market

    It's bigger than Intel. It's three times the size as Hewlett-Packard and more valuable than Netflix, LinkedIn and Twitter combined. But unless you conduct online commerce in Asia, odds are you have never heard of Alibaba. You probably will in the week...