Twitter co-founder Biz Stone discusses the launch of Twitter and if he agrees with increasing concerns of a stock bubble.» Read More
RIO RANCHO, N.M.-- New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez signed a $6 billion state budget on Tuesday, but she eliminated pay raises for judges, district attorneys and appointed government workers.
BOSTON, March 11- Twitter Inc reported a service outage on Tuesday, saying most users were having "issues" accessing its widely used messaging service on the Web and through mobile applications. We'll post updates to our status blog as we have them, "company spokeswoman Christina Thiry told Reuters via email.
So delighted, she dropped everything and flew 1,400 miles on her own dime to the South by Southwest Interactive conference in Austin, Texas, for just 20 minutes alone with angel investor Dave McClure as he was driven around town in a tiny red-and-black electric BMW i3.
KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent-- Leaders of Caribbean nations on Monday unanimously adopted a broad plan on seeking reparations from European nations for what they say are the lingering ill effects of the Atlantic slave trade on the region.
Bill Gurley, Benchmark general partner, explains why he supports Uber's new pricing model. Surge pricing is something that has to happen when demand outstrips supply, but it's not something the company wants to happen, says Gurley.
WASHINGTON-- A heart doctor and Ivy League university president who also plays the saxophone and flute was named the next leader of the Smithsonian Institution on Monday, combining his love of the arts and sciences at the world's largest museum and research complex. The Smithsonian Board of Regents selected Cornell University President Dr.
We talk about desktop and mobile but there's a third platform that is the new battleground for tech companies, says Buzzfeed COO Jon Steinberg.
Two years after launching its Infinite line of digital comics, Marvel Entertainment said it intends to expand the line's offerings with its first all-ages titles as it moves to attract younger readers familiar with characters like Spider-Man from animated television shows.
Don't expect any start-up to steal the headlines at SXSW this year. The advertising industry is getting most of the attention, said an executive.
An oil slick suggests a missing Malaysia Airlines flight with 239 people went down in the waters between southernmost Vietnam and northern Malaysia.
Here’s what needs to happen for bitcoin to be taken seriously as an investment, says Michael Yoshikami.
NEW YORK-- The WNBA and the players' union have agreed to a new eight-year collective bargaining agreement Thursday night, pending approval by the league's Board of Governors. "It's really exciting," WNBA President Laurel Richie told The Associated Press by phone.
AUGUSTA, Maine-- Maine's American Indian tribes that have long seen gambling as the remedy for high unemployment and sluggish economic growth in their communities are a step closer to being able to operate casinos after winning initial approval in the Democratic-controlled House on Thursday.
ATLANTA-- Georgia would spend $42 billion on state government under a plan approved Thursday by the state Senate that would raise pay for teachers and other employees, better fund regulatory services and proposes $10 million to fund startup businesses. The 51-4 vote in the Senate is just one of several steps still required to adopt a budget.
Debate has surrounded tech sector valuations with some analysts unconvinced that Netflix's stunning rally is here to stay.
Will the bull run continue? The question is whether conditions are ripe for economic growth and corporate earnings to rise.
CINCINNATI-- Deep-sea explorers can now recover the remaining gold from a ship that sank off the South Carolina coast in 1857 and more recently has been embroiled in legal fights involving a fugitive treasure hunter, an Ohio judge has ruled in a court order obtained by The Associated Press on Thursday.
But Kentucky Baptist Convention executive director Paul Chitwood said those offerings dried up last year because donors were concerned that the proposal to allow gay workers might succeed.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-- Immigrants in the country illegally can't be given a license to practice law, a question that was raised when a man who moved here from Mexico when he was 9 years old sought a license in Florida, the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
The lawsuit, filed late last month in Miami-Dade Circuit Court, seeks unspecified damages from Ramos and HarperCollins Publishers, which published the Ramos book "Dying To Cross." In the book, Byron Lemus is identified as a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent involved in the apprehension of a smuggler leader, Karla Chavez, according to the lawsuit.