WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama's campaign says Mitt Romney's economic promises didn't pan out when he was governor of Massachusetts and "won't work now."
In a new television advertisement released Monday, the campaign blames Romney for leaving Massachusetts in debt and amon
By MALCOLM FOSTERAssociated Press
TOKYO (AP) - Sony's stock price fell below 1,000 yen Monday for the first time since 1980 in a symptom of weak global markets and the company's decline after huge success with the Walkman three decades ago.
Battered by c
By MARCUS WOHLSENAssociated Press
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Silicon Valley companies portray themselves as inventors of the future, but they're afflicted by a longstanding problem.
From board rooms to "brogrammers," men still dominate many corners of the tech ind
By Kate Stanhope,
Although viewers are still buzzing about Kathie Lee Gifford's major on-air blunder on Wednesday's Today, in which she asked Martin Short about his dead wife, the actor has no hard feelings.
"On live television, people make mistakes.
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While the Apple iPhone rumor mill has taken a break since a late-March Reuters article indicated that Apple may use a 4.6-inch screen in the next iPhone, a new report from iLounge editor-in-chief Jeremy Horwitz alludes to a thinner, longer version of the next iPhone that us
By Janet Fowler
Just because a job seems glamorous, requires a lot of education, is stressful or dangerous, it doesn't mean that you'll necessarily be earning the big bucks by pursing a career in one of these fields.