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NEW YORK (AP) -- Tens of thousands of unionized Verizon Communications Inc. workers from Massachusetts to Washington, D.C., went on strike early Sunday after they failed to agree on a new labor contract with the telecommunications company. The...
Reality CheckThe New York Times has an interesting story about the American Idol finale week. Seems a couple of AT&T representatives attended a couple of the finale parties in winner Kris Allen's home state of Arkansas and helped people cast text......
Sun reporterIt was one of the first questions fans started asking after Michael Phelps achieved the improbable feat of winning eight gold medals in one Olympics: What will he be worth? Companies are already lining up to hand Phelps millions of dollars to associate...
Though his celebratory parade in Towson represented a finale to Michael Phelps' post-Olympic blitz of public appearances, the swimmer is just beginning his quest to become an enduring marketing force. "We couldn't fully comprehend the impact of his...
The Wall Street JournalTwo years after the National Do Not Call Registry took effect -- and with more than 100 million numbers enrolled -- dinner-time conversations are still being interrupted by telemarketing calls. Regulators say the system is working, but a recent random...
Sooner or later, you'll go wireless. Since 1999 Apple has sold a technology it calls "Airport" allowing Mac users to connect to a network via a base station that broadcasts a signal to any Mac equipped with a $99 Airport card. All current Mac models...
SunSpot StaffDan Roche started three companies before age 40. Now, as UMBC's Venable Entrepreneur-in-Residence, he is helping other businesspeople get on their feet. He recently discussed his position at the school and his experiences in the technology field....
Los Angeles TimesFrom the living room of his luxurious 10,000-square-foot midtown Manhattan apartment, Francesco Galesi built an empire that earned him a winter villa near Jamaica's Montego Bay, a 12-bedroom oceanfront castle on Long Island and a net worth of more than...
WorldCom Inc. plans to eliminate as many as 11,000 jobs to reduce its staff are part of a larger effort to refocus the company, the Wall Street Journal reported yesterday, quoting people familiar with the situation. The layoffs would be the first for the...
The Wall Street JournalCell phone sales hit a record high in 2003, surpassing even the most optimistic projections from just a few months ago. So why isn't the industry celebrating a profit bonanza? Despite new features like color screens, Web browsers and built-in cameras,...
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