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Mitt Romney Video: Barack Obama Voters 'Dependent On Government' (UPDATED)

Ryan Grim | November 29, 2012 | Politics
UPDATE: 9/18/12, 4:52 p.m. ET -- In an interview with Fox News's Neil Cavuto on Tuesday, Mitt Romney continued to stand by his statements in the secretly recorded donor video. "We were of course talking about a campaign and about how he's going to get half the vote," Romney said....

Optimus G, New LG Smartphone, To Go On Sale Next Week In South Korea

Reuters | November 17, 2012 | Technology
SEOUL (Reuters) - LG Electronics Inc unveiled its latest high-end smartphone packed with powerful hardware upgrades on Tuesday, as the struggling South Korean firm tries to win market share from Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd in the crucial holiday quarter. LG's handset business, which was slow to move...

$260M Fraud Trial Underway In Vancouver

Jesse Ferreras | November 17, 2012 | Canada British Columbia
The former head of a major Vancouver mining firm who faked data from a prospective gold mine should spend 10 years in prison, a Crown prosecutor said Monday. John Paterson, former CEO and president of Southwestern Resources, has admitted to four counts of fraud and is currently on trial...

'Pay Me Maybe': San Francisco City Attorney's New Viral Video Could Net You Big Bucks (VIDEO)

Aaron Sankin | September 18, 2012 | San Francisco
When it comes to watching most viral videos, the real world payoff is pretty low. Spend five minutes of your life checking out a keyboard-playing cat or singing along with a girl trying to decide which car seat to take and all you'll have to...

Occupy Anniversary: Can The Movement Regain Momentum?

Saki Knafo | September 18, 2012 | Business
NEW YORK -- In Zuccotti Park, the birthplace of the Occupy Wall Street movement, hundreds of people gathered today to celebrate the movement's one-year anniversary -- and try to recapture some of its lost energy. Many of the sights and sounds were familiar from other Occupy protests: The protesters shouted...

Study: Baby Boomers Are Not Stealing Younger Workers' Jobs

Anthonia Akitunde | September 17, 2012 | Fifty
Older workers take up a lot of jobs, but not necessarily at the expense of younger workers. By Danielle Kurtzleben Baby Boomers are ruining it for everyone else, taking up all of the jobs and making life tougher for younger workers. At least, that's one theory of why...

Bain Capital's Death Squad Origins Examined

Mollie Reilly | September 17, 2012 | Politics
Mitt Romney has a debilitating condition that won’t show up in his medical report: severe cognitive dissonance—simultaneously holding conflicting ideas, beliefs and values. His problem goes deeper than routine hypocrisy and expedient “flip-flopping.” Romney believes that free enterprise serves justice and the public good—and that he and...

Gold's Gym San Francisco Bay Area Cuts Ties With Parent Company After CEO's Anti-LGBT Donation

Robin Wilkey | September 18, 2012 | San Francisco
A group of San Francisco Bay Area Gold's Gym franchises has relinquished affiliation with its parent company in protest against the CEO's substantial 2010 donation to a conservative organization with anti-LGBT ties. The franchise group is now called Fitness SF. The group is privately owned and...

Luisito Calaguing, LA Traffic Cop, Filmed Allegedly Writing Parking Ticket Before Meter Expires (VIDEO, UPDATED)

Andres Jauregui | September 28, 2012 | Money
Traffic cops have a reputation for being ruthless about handing out tickets, but in this video, an officer goes a step too far, allegedly writing a ticket before the meter expires. In the clip, Los Angeles traffic officer Luisito Calaguing allegedly writes a ticket, although 5...

Governor Jack Markell Of Delaware On Keeping Unemployment Below National Average

Joe Van Brussel | September 17, 2012 | Impact
In Delaware, where the unemployment rate is 1.5 percent below the national average, Governor Jack Markell believes that the key to creating a business-friendly environment lies in empathizing with and listening to small business owners. Markell, who served as the State Treasurer for 10 years before moving into...

Linda McMahon WWE: Connecticut Dems' Ad Taken Down Due To Copyright Infringement

John Celock | September 17, 2012 | Politics
An ad posted by Connecticut Democrats on Monday morning showcasing World Wrestling Entertainment footage filmed under the tenure of former WWE CEO Linda McMahon, who is now running for U.S. Senate as a Republican candidate, was taken down within hours. The video, posted by the state Democratic...

Occupy Wall Street Put These 7 Issues In The Spotlight

Harry Bradford | December 8, 2014 | Business
The ultimate success of what began one year ago in Zuccotti Park may be up for debate, but it's hard to deny that Occupy Wall Street brought attention to many issues that are now at the forefront of American politics. Income inequality, for example, has become a hot-button...

The Invention Of Political Consulting

Chris Gentilviso | September 17, 2012 | Politics
"I, Governor of California, and How I Ended Poverty,” by Upton Sinclair, is probably the most thrilling piece of campaign literature ever written. Instead of the usual flummery, Sinclair, the author of forty-seven books, including, most famously, “The Jungle,” wrote a work of fiction. “I, Governor of California,” published in...

Jewel Performs 'Walmart Song' at Retailer's Monthly Meeting (VIDEO)

Meredith Bennett-Smith | September 17, 2012 | Women
Jewel, the several-times reinvented singer-songwriter of '90s fame, is a big Walmart fan. That is, according to a YouTube video posted by the retailer showing the multi-platinum artist performing a special Walmart-themed version of a song from her newest children's album. Performing at one of...

Warehouse Workers Strike In Illinois On Heels Of California Walkout

Dave Jamieson | September 17, 2012 | Business
A strike among warehouse workers in Southern California has spread to northeastern Illinois, where a group of workers at a distribution center for Walmart goods walked off the job over the weekend. The walkout by roughly 30 employees of a labor agency in Elwood, Ill., near Joliet, mirrors

Top 10 Raw Videos That Changed The World From Link TV News

Katherine Fung | November 17, 2012 | Media
Eyewitness videos were instrumental in catapulting Occupy Wall Street from the streets into international headlines. Now, as the movement marks its first anniversary on September 17th, Link TV News counts down 10 Raw Videos That Changed the World. These ten riveting and influential raw videos reveal how the simultaneous spread...

Romney Presidency Will Boost Economy 'Without Actually Doing Anything,' Mitt Romney Says

Mark Gongloff | September 17, 2012 | Business
Mitt Romney should probably not consider a career in stock-market strategy. There's lots and lots of explosive stuff in a leaked fundraising video that is blowing up the Internet on Monday, in which the Republican presidential nominee writes off half of the electorate as mooching losers and "jokes"...

Apple Stock Price Touches $700 On Monday

Catharine Smith | November 17, 2012 | Technology
* More than 2 million preorders in first 24 hours * Majority of ordered phones to be delivered by Sept. 21 * Analysts raise sales, earnings estimate * Apple shares top $700 for first time By Poornima Gupta and Sayantani Ghosh Sept 17 (Reuters) - Apple Inc booked orders for...

Fox News' Steve Doocy: Occupy Wall Street 'Almost Looks Like What Happened Last Week In Libya'

Bonnie Kavoussi | September 17, 2012 | Business
During a Monday segment on the anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement, Fox News anchor Steve Doocy took the opportunity to compare Occupy protests to recent protests against the United States in the Arab world. "That almost looks like what happened last week in Libya and in Cairo," Doocy...

'Blue States, Brew States:' Could Obama Win On Craft Beer In 2012?

Andres Jauregui | September 17, 2012 | Small Business
If President Barack Obama seems to be spending quite a bit of time and energy depicting himself as a home brewer and beer drinker this election season, there's definitely a compelling case for it. A new infographic complied by Joe Sixpack, a columnist for the...
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