SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Microsoft is skewering Google again with scathing ads that say as much about the dramatic shift in the technology industry's competitive landscape as they do about the animosity between the two rivals.
Today's the final day of HSN's great QR code experiment. The 34-year old multichannel retailer that popularized shopping via television is trying to keep its stronghold in transactional innovation. Adding Quick Response codes to the selling screen is supposed to enable shoppers to access the online product information page on their smartphone, learn more about ...
Brian Rezny submits: When analysts say ‘buy’, you might not want to. That sounds counterintuitive. After all, analysts are doing their job – analyzing securities. If anyone knows whether a stock is a good opportunity, an analyst should. But history has shown that just the opposite is often the case. A recent piece in Investment News highlighted just how off-the-mark analysts have been lately:
Dilnaz Boga, an Indian photojournalist and reporter, has won the Agence France-Presse Kate Webb Prize for her courageous work in Indian-administered Kashmir, the AFP Foundation announced Wednesday.Boga, 33, spent a year in Srinagar working for the respected news portal Kashmir Dispatch as well as a number of international publications and websites, the culmination of a decade covering the troubled region.The Kate Webb Prize was launched in 2008 in honour of the legendary AFP correspondent in Asia who blazed a trail for women in international journalism.
Something liberal Jews like to say is that Israel has an interest in securing peace with its neighbors, because if a state of war and occupation proceeds indefinitely then American support for what will become a de facto apartheid state will become untenable.
The logic is fairly clear to me, but the structure of public opinion as reported by Gallup casts some doubts on this line. For one thing, most people think there will never be peace: