Features by Queena Kim
Posted In: Small Business, hacking, banking, privacy
Unlike personal checking and savings accounts, business accounts are not protected from hackers.
Posted In: baby boomers, generation x, RVs, motor homes
“The unofficial economic indicator,” reports earnings tomorrow. Winnebago is selling RVs to older folks (duh) but also to thirtysomethings.
Posted In: Biometrics, hoax, samsung
A criminal probe is being launched after a fake press release saying Samsung would buy a Swedish company that makes fingerprint scanners.
Posted In: San Francisco, budget
San Francisco is experimenting with what's known as participatory budgeting to give more people a say in how their tax dollars are spent.
Posted In: Twitter, nielsen, Facebook, engagement
Nielsen starts measuring conversations about TV shows on the social networking site.
Posted In: Twitter, IPO
As Twitter becomes a public company, investors want to know if it has growth potential.
Posted In: frictionless payments, Amazon, Facebook
Facebook and the business strategy behind "frictionless payments."
Posted In: Blackberry, Research in Motion, smart phones
BlackBerry announced it agreed to be bought by a group led by investor Fairfax Financial Holdings for close to $4.7 billion.
Posted In: Super Bowl
The NFL has a simple strategy for making more money and competing with secondary ticket brokers at the same time: jack up prices.
Posted In: Sports, boxing, pay-per-view, tv
Boxing's mainstream glory days pretty much ended when Don King and Mike Tyson got involved. Networks no longer wanted any part of it. So, in many ways, boxing owes its survival to pay-per-view, which has allowed it to tap a small but dedicated audience for a high price.