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Some business travelers may choose their hotels based on promises of free Internet connections, but that's practically useless when the service is spotty and the bandwidth is limited. There's nothing quite like the frustration of faulty Wi-Fi when you just need to get online quickly to upload files or Skype into a meeting (or even just stream a TV show).
A new website called Hotel Wi-Fi Test does exactly what its name promises — it tests the speeds of hotels in key markets (New York, San Francisco, Las Vegas, London, Singapore, Bangkok, Amsterdam and Hong Kong), so you can decide whether or not to stay there.
Matt Maloney thought the day his company went public would be one big celebration, but that didn't turn out to be the case
He walked into the New York Stock Exchange on the morning of April 4 to ring the bell and watch as GrubHub, the online food delivery business he cofounded a decade earlier, officially became a public company.
Much of the sports world, and even many outside of sports, were outraged when it was learned that Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice had been suspended for only two games by the NFL for allegedly knocking his then-fiance unconscious. The major criticism was that others in the NFL had received much harsher penalties for lesser crimes.
Elon Musk made another appearance on "The Colbert Report" last night and when asked by the host why Tesla had recently given away all its patents, Musk replied with an alarming analogy. "Why are you being the Edward Snowden of you?" Colbert inquired. "If we're all in a ship together," Musk said, "and the ship has some holes in it, and we're sort of bailing water out of it, and we have a great design for a bucket, then even if we're bailing out way better than everyone else, we should probably still share the bucket design." So what "ship" is Musk talking about here?
Last week Microsoft announced the largest round of layoffs in the company's 39-year history. One employee who found himself on that blacklist turned to YouTube to share his experiences and tell the world what it was like to be fired from Microsoft after 15 years of work. In the 20-minute video, Jerry Berg (a.k.a.
Late Tuesday night, after self-described "outsider" Republican candidate David Perdue claimed victory over opponent Rep. Jack Kingston in the Georgia Republican primary runoff, the real battle began. One of the hottest Senate seats in the country - which Democrats have pegged as one of only two potential steals this year, and which could determine whether or not Republicans take back the Senate majority - is now up for grabs between Perdue and Democrat Michelle Nunn.