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An army man, electrician, and now teacher, this student's next step is an online master's in education.
Companies are suing thousands of suspected video pirates with little proof, advocates say.
NGONG, Kenya (AP) — Anthony Omari earned the still-fresh 11-stitch scar that runs from his forehead to his upper lip in one of the noblest ways imaginable: By taking a machete to the face while defending an under-resourced Kenyan orphanage from attacking thieves.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Facebook is baring its business soul.
MUMBAI, India (AP) — Amazon.com is coming to India, with the Thursday launch of Junglee.com, a watered-down version of its global shopping portal.
In Facebook's regulatory filing for an initial public offering of stock, CEO Mark Zuckerberg included a letter to potential investors about the company's thinking. He described it as a social mission to make the world more open and connected. He also discussed Facebook's approach to culture and management in Wednesday's letter:
In Facebook's regulatory filing Wednesday for an initial public offering of stock, CEO Mark Zuckerberg included a letter to potential investors about the company's thinking. He described it as a social mission to make the world more open and connected. He also discussed Facebook's approach to culture and management:
Some key developments in the eight years since Facebook's creation:
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Microsoft Corp. slammed search rival Google Inc. with full-page newspaper ads Wednesday, saying that recent changes at Google that allow it to internally merge the data it collects on user activity across services such as YouTube and Gmail are meant to allow advertisers to better target customers.
SAO PAULO (AP) — A group of Internet hackers said Wednesday it took down the website of the Banco do Brasil, Brazil's largest state-run bank. It's the third such attack against financial institutions in a week.