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5 Businesses Born on Cocktail Napkins

5 Businesses Born on Cocktail Napkins

We went looking for entrepreneurial ideas conceived at bars. Here's what we found.

Huffington Post Expands Celeb Content

Huffington Post Expands Celeb Content

'Our goal is to give our readers everything from buzzy items to thought-provoking opinion pieces delivered with a style and a voice tha's uniquely HuffPost,' Ariana Huffington says.

Facebook's Sandberg on Short List To Replace Geithner

Facebook's Sandberg on Short List To Replace Geithner

Speculation is that Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner will step down soon. One name that comes up as his successor is Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg.

Times Editor Aims to Keep Staff on Board

Times Editor Aims to Keep Staff on Board

'The economy has improved, whether it's Bloomberg or the Huffington Post, I can feel on any given week that I'm playing whack-a-mole keeping our most talented people," says Jill Abramson.

13 Insanely Cool Resumes That Landed Jobs

13 Insanely Cool Resumes That Landed Jobs

One looks like a movie poster. Another is a Facebook profile. One even requires a bar code. Are these insanely creative resumes a waste of time? Possibly, but these resumes landed job interview for their creators.

U.K.'s Daily Mail Sets Sights on N.Y.

U.K.'s Daily Mail Sets Sights on N.Y.

A growing number of American readers convinced the London-based newspaper to focus on its U.S. digital presence, which will 'pay off in Internet advertising revenue.'

Apple's Next MacBook Air Could Be Black Aluminum

Apple's Next MacBook Air Could Be Black Aluminum

Apple's next MacBook Air could be offered in black anodized aluminum, according to MacRumors.

Consumer Reports: Nook Beats Kindle

Consumer Reports: Nook Beats Kindle

The Nook outranks the Kindle for the first time in Consumer Reports.

Apple Fixing N.Y. Glass Cube

Apple Fixing N.Y. Glass Cube

Apple is planning to spend $6.7 million to remove and reinstall the glass cube at its Fifth Avenue store in Manhattan, ifoAppleStore reports.

Newsweek to Take Four Weeks Off

Newsweek to Take Four Weeks Off

The newsweekly won't publish for four weeks to keep costs under control.