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  • Library of Congress builds the record collection of the century

    Library of Congress builds the record collection of the century
    About an hour south of Washington, D.C., deep beneath rolling hills near the verdant Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, lies a storehouse filled with bounty. At one time, during the Cold War, that treasure was cash — about $3-billion worth —...
  • Kenneth Olsen dies at 84; co-founder of Digital Equipment Corp.

    Kenneth Olsen dies at 84; co-founder of Digital Equipment Corp.
    Kenneth Olsen, a computer industry pioneer and co-founder of Digital Equipment Corp., died Sunday. He was 84. His death was announced by Gordon College in Wenham, Mass., where he was a trustee and benefactor. No other details were given. DEC, which...
  • Apple's Tim Cook is the CEO employees love most, Glassdoor says

    Apple's Tim Cook is the CEO employees love most, Glassdoor says
    When Tim Cook took over the helm at Apple Inc. in August, many wondered how he would set himself apart from his predecessor, the formidable Steve Jobs. But a new study that ranks Cook as the country’s top-rated chief executive suggests that he&...
  • Steve Jobs Refused Surgery That Could Have Saved Him

    Steve Jobs Refused Surgery That Could Have Saved Him
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Apple Inc co-founder Steve Jobs refused potentially life-saving cancer surgery for nine months, shrugging off protests from his family and opting instead for alternative medicine, according to the tech visionary's biographer. When...
  • Exits show how few women make it to CEO in U.S.

    Exits show how few women make it to CEO in U.S.
    For advocates of gender equality, this week's ouster of two of corporate America's most powerful women served as a reminder of how little progress U.S. companies have made in promoting women to executive positions. In particular, Yahoo Inc.'s decision to...
  • Paws volunteers make haven for abandoned pets

     
    When Michele McIntire moved to Chicago, Lincoln Park was at the top of her list of places to settle — largely because it was so dog-friendly....
  • HP reportedly cutting jobs at WebOS division

     
    HP reportedly cutting jobs at WebOS division: Hewlett-Packard is reportedly laying off as much as 525 employees from its WebOS division after deciding to stop making WebOS devices and, so far, failing to find a partner to license its mobile operating...
  • HP investors seem to like idea of Apotheker's ouster; stock up 8%

     
    Hewlett-Packard Co. is enjoying its biggest stock surge in more than a month as news emerged that the company's board may consider ousting Chief Executive Leo Apotheker. The stock shot up 8% on Wednesday to $24.28, the largest one-day rise......
  • Meg Whitman may take over in HP CEO shakeup

     
    Meg Whitman seemed to come a step closer to taking over as HP CEO on Thursday, with a report saying she was likely to be named the company's new chief executive after the market closed. The report, from AllThingsD's Kara......
  • Hewlett-Packard stock hits 6-year low on Whitman's first full day

     
    Hewlett-Packard Co. investors have greeted the company's new chief executive with the Wall Street equivalent of a stocking full of coal. On her first full day as chief executive, the company's stock hit a 6-year low. The dip, which hit......
  • Meg Whitman: Excerpts from new HP CEO's first talk with investors

     
    Meg Whitman made her first public appearance as Hewlett-Packard Co.'s new chief executive during a call with analysts Thursday afternoon. Whitman told the gathering about her plans for the company's future, why her hiring was good for investors, and the...
  • Wall Street: Stocks and gold bounce

     
    Investors are feeling hopeful this morning after a vote in Germany and new data in the U.S. on unemployment and economic growth. Meanwhile, to deal with potentially hostile activist investors, Hewlett-Packard has hired a company that has experience with...