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Features by Tracey Samuelson

Reddit raises $50 million and wants to share with users

Reddit announces new funding, and wants to work out a way to give back to its loyal community.
Posted In: reddit, venture capital, user-generated content

When you die, who gets your digital assets?

Families of the deceased struggle to access the digital life of loved ones.
Posted In: social media, living will, assets

Is Facebook's new ad tool a game changer?

Facebook's new advertising tool Atlas helps companies improve their targeting.
Posted In: advertising, Facebook, Facebook privacy, mobile ads

Modi visit throws spotlight on Indian-Americans

There are more than 3 million Indian-Americans, and many are prospering here.
Posted In: India, Immigration

When employees are given 'unlimited' vacation time

It may sound like a dream, but some employees aren't buying it.
Posted In: Virgin, Richard Branson, vacation days
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Paula Deen buys back rights to her Food Network show

A look at how Deen is attempting to rebuild her brand and her chances of success.
Posted In: Food Network, cooking, brand
Blackberry

Blackberry's not dead yet

Despite the ongoing death watch, Blackberry is still launching products.
Posted In: Blackberry, smart phones, android

March in New York calls for action on climate change

Hundreds of thousands march ahead of UN climate summit.
Posted In: climate change, global climate change, protests

The risks and rewards of Alibaba's IPO

While some think shares are priced low, others worry about the deal's structure.

NFL sponsors chime in on recent scandals

Big-money sponsors react to multiple cases of domestic abuse in the NFL.
Posted In: NFL

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