Chris Christie on Hurricane Sandy, Election 2012
Popular New Jersey governor discusses positive response to his handling of deadly storm.
'Titanic' Cast Reunites for 3-D Premiere
Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet and James Cameron join cast members for 3-D film
Running for AIDS Orphans
Runners Sister Mary Beth Lloyd and Lisa Smith-Batchen hope to raise funding.
Chile Assesses Earthquake Damage
Here's what we know so far according to the Chilean government at least 300 people have been killed 500000. Homes have been severely damaged and one point five million people have been displaced by the earthquake Nightline producer of hot trio is in Santiago this morning. And she joins us from good
Apple Looking to Design Its Own Chips
Move could keep the companyâ€™s product plans hidden from competitors, report says.
Gov't says 'mass layoffs' soared in January
Employers took a large ax to their payrolls in January, the government said Wednesday, and the cuts are likely to get worse over the next few months. The Labor Department reported that mass layoffs, or job cuts of 50 or more by a single employer, increased to 2,227 in January, up almost 50% from
Contract Chip Makers Face More Cutbacks
Flash memory companies are cutting back on orders to contract chip makers such as TSMC and United Microelectronics.
Nokia, Others Back Mobile Memory Standard
The new industry standard, called Universal Flash Storage, is an attempt to drive data transfer speeds and memory storage capacity up.
FTC Seeks More Data on Intel Flash Spinoff
Antitrust regulators are asking Intel and STMicroelectronics to supply them with more information about their plan to spin off their flash memory unit.
TSMC Drops Hint of Processor Deal With AMD
The world's largest contract chip maker is gearing up to make microprocessors for an undisclosed customer that appears to be AMD.