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  • Accenture revenue beats as consulting drives growth

    Accenture revenue beats as consulting drives growth
    Accenture Plc, a consulting and outsourcing company, reported a better-than-expected 7.5 percent rise in quarterly net revenue, led by a rebound in demand for its consulting services. Consulting revenue rose 5.7 percent in the third quarter compared with...
  • Martin Schram: Presbyterians' misguided embrace of religious hatred

    All hell was breaking out, yet again, in the Arab world that surrounds Israel well before the late news that broke in a most unlikely locale Friday and was mainly missed by most of the world. Here's what the world was watching: Iraq was free-falling....
  • Israel criticizes Presbyterian divestment in protest of its policies

    The Presbyterian General Assembly’s decision to protest Israeli policies by divesting stock in three major companies has triggered condemnations and congratulations, with the Israeli Embassy calling the resolution “shameful.” By a...
  • Presbyterians to divest from 3 companies to protest Israeli policies

    Presbyterians to divest from 3 companies to protest Israeli policies
    The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church USA voted to sell its stock in three major companies Friday night in protest of Israeli policies in Palestinian-controlled lands. During its national meeting, the general assembly narrowly voted to...
  • At SwitchPitch, big companies pitch projects to tech start-ups

     At SwitchPitch, big companies pitch projects to tech start-ups
    Start-up entrepreneurs are used to pitching their ideas to investors and big-name companies, hoping somebody will give them a break. But the tables were turned recently at SwitchPitch, a role-reversal tech event where start-ups gathered to hear...
  • As summer warms up, employers loosen work hours

    Now that warmer weather has arrived after a long and harsh winter, some businesses are finding ways to give their workers longer weekends by letting them take off early on Fridays boosting morale without hurting the company's bottom line much, if at all....
  • Intel pierde un recurso judicial contra una multa millonaria de la UE

    Por Foo Yun Chee LUXEMBURGO (Reuters) - El fabricante estadounidense de chips informáticos Intel perdió el jueves un recurso judicial contra una multa de 1.060 millones de euros impuesta por los reguladores antimonopolio de la UE hace cinco años por...
  • Pet ate your iPhone? Licked your laptop? You're not alone, survey shows

    Pet ate your iPhone? Licked your laptop? You're not alone, survey shows
    About 1 in 10 U.S. pet owners have had their Fido or Fifi damage one of their electronic gadgets, according to a new survey. The animals’ favorite chew toy: power cords, according to San Francisco-based SquareTrade, which sells extended warranties...
  • With ingenuity and a 3-D printer, group changes lives

    With ingenuity and a 3-D printer, group changes lives
    Mick Ebeling arrived in Sudan with little more than a toolbox, rolls of plastic and two microwave-size 3-D printers. He had endured a weeklong journey from Los Angeles, with stops in London, Johannesburg and Nairobi before reaching Juba, the capital...
  • Could Microsoft quietly be winning the tech wars?

    Could Microsoft quietly be winning the tech wars?
    Is Microsoft actually beating its high-tech competitors? That could be the hidden message in the presentation by Cisco Systems Chairman and CEO John Chambers at a company conference this week.  Chambers, striding into the audience of current and...
  • Foreign investment: What Bogota can teach Chicago

    Foreign investment: What Bogota can teach Chicago
    — The rules of business in Bogota in the 1990s reached far beyond balance sheets and profit margins. If you could afford an armored car, you bought one. If you had the means to move your family to Miami, you did. On weekend trips, you either...
  • Dropbox responds to backlash over Condoleezza Rice board appointment

    The week seemed to start off on a triumphant note for hot Silicon Valley start-up Dropbox. The company held a media event Wednesday to unveil a slew of new applications designed to demonstrate its expanding vision as it marches closer to an anticipated...