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Random House gets in show business

TV food shows are big, and cookbooks by show hosts like Emeril Lagasse do really well. Penguin Random House is trying to reverse that equation.
Posted In: Random House, television, publishing

Introducing... 'Wines for Dummies'

A new wine aiming to make a splash is labeled "for dummies." It's the antithesis of wine snobbery, but will it sell?
Posted In: wine

Ashton Kutcher's Steve Jobs movie opens tonight

Ashton Kutcher plays Apple CEO Steve Jobs in the first Hollywood film about the visionary Silicon Valley legend. It's a an opportunity to move Kutcher's career from TV to the big screen. But it could also impact his side vocation as a tech company investor if he doesn't get it right.
Posted In: ashton kutcher, steve jobs, Silicon Valley, hollywood

Yahoo: New logo, same as the old?

Yahoo is rolling out new branding ideas in the days leading up to a new logo launch next month.
Posted In: logo, branding, marketing, Yahoo

Silicon Valley and the government: It's complicated

The controversy over the National Security Agency grabbing our personal data, with the asssistance of Silicon Valley, could make it tough for tech to do business.
Posted In: Silicon Valley, nsa, NSA leaks, Edward Snowden, surveillance

Tracking the relationship of the government and Silicon Valley

Revelations that the government is collecting vast amounts of our personal data from companies like Facebook and Google, is raising questions about the relationship between the feds and the tech industry.
Posted In: Silicon Valley, defense department, Intel

Google TV gadget costs $35. Game changer?

Google released its Chromecast TV device today, which will allow consumers to get content from the cloud to their TV.
Posted In: Google, Chromecast, apple tv, roku

Taco Bell menu grows up

No more kids' meals at Taco Bell, as fast food chain targets a different audience.
Posted In: Taco Bell, fast food

Senate reaches tentative deal on student loans

The proposal would link interest rates to financial markets -- specifically the 10-year Treasury note -- and cap rates at 8.25 percent for undergraduate loans and 9.5 percent for graduate loans.
Posted In: student loan, student debt, higher education, Education

Google TV versus the cable guy

Tech giants from Intel to Apple and Microsoft and Sony are pursuing a strategy to create an Internet cable service and now there’s news that Google is entering the fray.
Posted In: television, Google, media, Broadcast, cable TV

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