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Spartans Vs. Crimson Tide
ESPN's Danny Kanell Previews The Cotton Bowl from AT & T Stadium.
9 Air Force Commanders Fired for Cheating Scandal
The Air Force cheating scandal at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana has resulted in the firing of nine commanders and the disciplining of 79 nuclear launch officers. The disciplinary action is the latest in a string of negative incidents that have occurred over the...
Air Force Nuke Officer Cheating Scandal Expands
The cheating scandal at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana has gotten bigger. Half of the base’s 183 nuclear missile launch officers have been suspended from their duties because of their role in cheating on a proficiency test. This means that almost one in five...
Credit unions growing commercial lending business
Muhammad Abdullah needed a line of credit to fill large orders from customers of his safety and medical-supplies business, but he couldn't get help from a bank. So he turned to a credit union. He got the line of credit, and now he's taking orders he wouldn't be able to otherwise. "It's not the
USOC backs off disputed Olympic TV network plans
The U.S. Olympic Committee had everything to lose and nothing to air. That made the decision to postpone plans for its own television network, in deference to the International Olympic Committee's wishes, an easy one. "There is no question that we underestimated the intensity of the reaction that
In bad economy, CEOs don't want to be seen playing golf
Many CEOs have been shamed into playing less golf, or at least humiliated enough by their tanking public image to play their rounds on the sly. "CEOs are golfing less … and those that are still golfing are probably talking about it less," says Steve Bennett, who retired as CEO of Intuit in December
Supreme Court to Hear AT&T Antitrust Case
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear an antitrust case that alleges AT&T squeezed out small Internet service...
Legal Battle Over File Sharing Continues
Tuesday afternoon in Pasadena, Calif., the country's major movie studios, music publishers, and recording studios renewed their fight against Grokster and Morpheus, two of the Internet's leading peer-to-peer file-sharing services. Last April 25, the U.S. District Court in Los Angeles ruled that the
War Against Online Music Swap Heats Up
Napster may be down and out, but the fight between the music industry and the dozens of remaining online file-swapping networks is just beginning. Since the shutdown of Napster last year, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has been chasing after companies that offer so-called
London Commuters Get Easy Reading from a Machine
Travelers on the London Tube, they say, don't talk or even catch each other's eyes. They simply bury their heads in the Times or the Sun. It's one of those English things. But these days, commuters on the Tube as the London Underground is affectionately called have a choice of elegantly