Features by Queena Kim
Posted In: soviet union, Cold War, nuclear war, history
In the height of the Cold War, the U.S. and Soviet governments instituted a secure line of communication.
Posted In: Twitter, ticketmaster, big data
By hiring Nathan Hubbard, Twitter seeks to make revenue.
Posted In: Microsoft, Steve Ballmer
Ballmer has led the company at a difficult time for the tech giant, which has struggled to transition its products out of the PC era.
Posted In: health care, UPS, health insurance
It’s a common scenario. You and your spouse have jobs that offer health insurance. You both pick the better one. Well, UPS says they’ve got to cut that perk.
Posted In: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Internet, social media
Facebook's new connectivity mission dovetails nicely with Facebook’s primary business motivation, pursuing growth.
Posted In: Home Depot, housing market
Home Depot is out today with strong earnings. American sales are up 11 percent from last year.
Posted In: Random House, television, publishing
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: wine
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: ashton kutcher, steve jobs, Silicon Valley, hollywood
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: logo, branding, marketing, Yahoo
Yahoo is rolling out new branding ideas in the days leading up to a new logo launch next month.