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How film actors' pay gets calculated

Apr 10, 2015
What actors make for a movie is a complex equation.
Posted In: film industry, hollywood, movies

GE to sell most of its lending business

Apr 10, 2015
The company is returning to its manufacturing roots.
Posted In: General Electric, manufacturing, finance

Your dollar goes a long way at the Masters

Apr 10, 2015
For $100 you can buy pimento cheese sandwiches and soda for 17 people.
Posted In: Golf, Sports, Food
Members of the Philadelphia 76ers walk off the court after losing to the Houston Rockets at the Toyota Center in March.

Philadelphia 76ers: worst or best NBA strategy?

Apr 10, 2015
It's one of the NBA's poorest performing teams. Are managers villains or geniuses?
Posted In: NBA, basketball
LinkedIn will soon acquire Lynda.com, an online video training company, in a deal worth $1.5 billion.

LinkedIn wants to teach you stuff

Apr 10, 2015
The professional networking site is purchasing an online video training site.
Posted In: linkedin, online education, Future Jobs
LinkedIn to acquire Lynda.com for $1.5 billion.

LinkedIn purchasing Lynda.com for $1.5 billion

Apr 9, 2015
LinkedIn to buy Lynda.com in a $1.5 billion deal.
Posted In: linkedin
Selena Quintanilla

Selena lives on via hologram

Apr 9, 2015
A digital version of deceased Latina singer Selena could be going on tour.
Posted In: holograms, Music, artists
YouTube announces plans for paid, ad-free subscription service.

Can YouTube get us to pay for ad-free cat videos?

Apr 9, 2015
Google plans to offer an ad-free version of YouTube, for a monthly fee.
Posted In: YouTube, streaming, digital subscription
Janice Min, left, with Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour at The Hollywood Reporter party April 8, 2105 in New York City.

Janice Min pulls the curtain on Hollywood

Apr 9, 2015
She transformed the Hollywood Reporter by turning it into a glossy magazine.
Posted In: hollywood, janice min, the hollywood reporter, corner office
Louisiana fishermen say seafood is safe to eat, five years after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, but the size of the catch is way off. Oyster prices have tripled. Bags of oysters at P&J Oyster House in the French Quarter of New Orleans.

After oil spill, Gulf seafood industry is recovering

Apr 9, 2015
The reputation for good seafood is back, but the old quantity is not.
Posted In: seafood, New Orleans, bp oil spill, Gulf oil spill

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