President Barack Obama met with more than a dozen corporate chief
executives to seek their support for stalled cybersecurity legislation.
Bobby Rogers’, who provided background to lead singer Smokey Robsinson of Motown group The Miracles, has died at the age of 73.
The stock market is flying high, but much of small business America remains grounded.
Cloud services gather an enormous trove of
info — already a quarter of the world’s business data — that is
proving a powerful lure for hackers.
When household-name companies like Dell, Heinz and American Airlines put
up “for sale” signs, stock market investors get excited.
According to reports, the National Urban League will
return to Harlem to establish its headquarters and renew its relationship with the community.
Famed soul food hot spot The Pink Tea Cup in New York City´s Greenwich
Village has filed for bankruptcy. According to statements by the
restaurant´s attorney, the eatery needs time to pay off debts it ran up
while it lacked a liquor license.
Soledad O’Brien, host of morning show Starting Point, is set to leave her anchor spot at CNN in May or June of this year.