Maria Shriver re-joins NBC News NBC News continues to be irresistibly drawn to women with White House bloodlines. Tuesday, the news division announced it had re-hired President John F. Kennedy’s niece, Maria Shriver as “special anchor” to report and produce specials and features about the “profound impact that women’s rising influence and leadership has on all aspects of American culture and society.” More
Amateur Huffpo bloggers retain amateur status AOL Inc on Friday won the dismissal of a lawsuit by unpaid bloggers who complained they were deprived of their fair share of the roughly $315 million ... The Huffington Post much of its value, and that the website’s sale allowed co-founder Arianna ... 03/30/2012 - 9:00 pm | View Link
The Winklevi typify culture of whiners Tim Armstrong, chief executive officer of AOL Inc., left, and Arianna ... against the Huffington Post, claiming that bloggers who agreed to work for free should get paid now that AOL dropped $315 million to acquire the site. In fact, they deserve a full ... 04/22/2011 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Ian Burrell: HuffPo's writers may be overplaying their importance "If people go on Newsnight, they don't get paid," said Arianna Huffington ... entrepreneur does not pay bloggers who write for her Huffington Post website and some of them have likened her to a slave master, while suing her for a $105m (£64.5m) slice ... 04/13/2011 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Huffington Post lawsuit: The bloggers' class action against Arianna's site is pure bunk. An estimated 9,000 unpaid contributors helped Arianna Huffington whitewash the HuffPo ... from the free submissions in its recent sale for $315 million to AOL, he and other HuffPo volunteer writers deserve the back payment they were never promised. 04/13/2011 - 6:49 am | View Link
Here's Why The Unpaid Bloggers Suing Arianna Huffington For $105 Million Don't Deserve A Penny More details on the class action lawsuit a group of unpaid bloggers have filed against Arianna Huffington have emerged. The group, led by a freelancer, activist, and union organiser by the name of Jonathan Tasini — who has contributed more than 250 ... 04/12/2011 - 5:59 pm | View Link
"Sometimes there's a man," the mysterious, mustachioed narrator called The Stranger intones at the beginning of the Coen brothers' 1998 cult classic The Big Lebowski. "I won't say a hero, 'cause, what's a hero? But sometimes, there's a man. Sometimes, there's a man, well — he's the man for his time and place.
Local community and business leaders applauded the final Brownfield Cleanup Program in the state budget, saying the region dodged a bullet when the governor and Legislature agreed to impose new Read More
Chromebooks: Are you convinced yet? Google has been proudly showing off some new Chromebooks and other goodies this week, and earlier in the month, we also got to gawk at a brand new Pixel, the flagship luxury model in the world of Chrome OS. It's a reminder that, even though the bare bones, Web-based platform isn't currently reaching large swathes of the market, Google's not giving up.