Tensions show no sign of easing ahead of President Xi Jinping’s upcoming meeting with Obama
Time has run out for Procter & Gamble's CEO as the company turns to a famed management star
Surprise, surprise: Target, Macy's, and 15 other retailers are suing Visa and MasterCard over card fees
The odd-job marketplace is getting traction with business customers
Net flow into debt hedge funds is the highest since 2007
Roel Vertegaal's PaperTab is like an iPad you can fold, spindle, or mutilate
Networks are staggering première dates to capture viewers and ad dollars
Jim Dean, the dean of UNC's Kenan-Flagler School, calls it quits for a more lofty title: provost
Rob Rhinehart is living on a substance he engineered to replace food, and he just raised more than $200,000 through crowdfunding to manufacture it
How Twitter helps him run Sun (JAVA):
Communication is a key part of leadership—as CEO, I need to engage the market, inside and outside Sun, with whatever technology affords me the greatest possible reach. Through blogs, online news, social networking sites, or Twitter, the Internet has fundamentally changed how we communicate with one another. Today, we have thousands of employees participating, engaging customers and developers across the world, 24 hours a day. And whether it's via a half-hour streaming video or a 140-character tweet, we need to reach everyone in the forum and format they choose—not what we choose.
"(Another) Win for Open Storage…: Wikipedia is one of the world's most visited web sites"