Today: The IPO market's big 2013 closes out with one of its biggest deals of the year and more action in Silicon Valley. Also: Facebook gains after S&P inclusion, Cisco and Oracle decline amid pessimism.
A labor group monitoring three Chinese factories that make iPhones and other Apple products says once-oppressive working conditions have steadily improved in the last 18 months, but more must be done to reduce the amount of overtime that employees work.
AS his popularity plummets to historic lows and his presidential legacy is in tatters, BARACK OBAMA has suffered a shocking secret meltdo
AP staffer bemoans ‘Obama’s Orwellian Image Control’
Want to know the real meaning of that selfie incident involving President Obama and two other world leaders in South Africa? That moment, writes Associated Press (AP) vice president and director of photography Santiago Lyon, represents the “democratization of image making that is a hallmark of
Capitol Hill publications have a grand tradition of managing a revolving door among key advertising officials, and this morning brought news of another inter-competitor jump: The Hill has hired Adam Prather, a national advertising director at Politico and a veteran of Roll Call and Yahoo!, to serve
The journalistic bond between The Post and MSNBC just grew a bit stronger, as the paper’s opinion section announced that MSNBC host Rachel Maddow will be writing a monthly column. “We expect that she will bring to Post readers the strong arguments, sharp wit and thoughtful analysis of po
Fox News host Bill O’Reilly did a nice job last night of challenging Rep. Michele Bachmann’s claim that the woes of Republicans stem from their portrayal in the media. “Let’s face it, over 80 percent of all the the messaging regarding conservatives in media is negative, and s
Oculus Raises $75 Million for the VR Goggles of the Future
Virtual reality startup Oculus, the company behind the much-hyped Rift VR headset, has landed $75 million in Series B funding.
What is the center of the Bitcoin universe? With a completely decentralized digital currency like Bitcoin, it's hard to say, but today, Silicon Valley took a serious step toward claiming those bragging rights. That's because one of the Valley's most important venture capitalist firms, Andressen Horo
The makers of Loop say they've come up with a way to use your phone itself at any point-of-sale terminal where you would otherwise swipe a credit card -- and the merchant behind the counter doesn't have to install any new hardware or software to let you do it.