The struggle for Double Fine Presents to get the first "Psychonauts" released has become the stuff of modern game lore.
The game, a wacky exploration into various emotional mindsets, is now a cult classic with a sequel ...Read more
Alfred E. Neuman is not known for his investment prowess. MAD Magazine's mascot may be a smart aleck, but his motto -- "What, me worry?" -- captures today's stock investment climate.
Elsewhere, however, there are plenty ...Read more
With its 2020 Jeep Gladiator, Fiat Chrysler has delivered what amounts to a four-door Jeep Wrangler with a pickup truck stuck on its hind end.
It's a sort of Jeep/truck hybrid, an off-road-ready puddle jumper that can ...Read more
Pennsylvanian Russell Fish was "paranoid about everything," so much so, he even locked his bedroom door each night, his daughter said.
But no lock would keep his killer out the night of Feb. 15 this year.
With his wife ...Read more
A pair of U.S. House lawmakers unveiled a bipartisan bill Thursday to fight the rise of robocalls, a month after the Senate adopted its own measure to protect consumers from unwanted spam calls.
Reps. Frank Pallone Jr., D...Read more
In the wake of Google's announcement this week that it will spend $1 billion tackling the Bay Area's housing crisis, one California lawmaker wants more information from the tech giant.
Longtime Sen. Dianne Feinstein sent ...Read more
800-CEO-READ, a leading direct supplier of book-based resources compiles a monthly list of best-selling business books based on purchases by its corporate customers nationwide. Here are the best sellers for May 2019, plus ...Read more
Slack, the San Francisco-based company behind the workplace-messaging service that has seemingly taken over how employees communicate with each other, went public Thursday in a way rarely seen on Wall Street.
Instead of ...Read more
More than a dozen shareholder proposals failed as expected at Google's annual meeting Wednesday, but they raised important questions about the massive company, which has had its share of scandals and controversy over the ...Read more
For years, automakers have been offering driver-assist technologies on many new cars. The software and sensors can help drivers stay in their lane, maintain a steady speed and, in some cases, change lanes to avoid other ...Read more
If you're wondering why this week's column is so lame, I have an explanation. I'm sick.
Or, to be medically precise, I'm telling everyone I'm sick. But really, I'm perfectly healthy. So, telling everyone I'm sick is kind ...Read more
Q: Several years ago, I signed a contract to buy a new construction condo unit. I have made all the required deposits, and we are six months from closing. I found out I have to relocate for my job. What can I do? -- Don
Q: I began a new job several months ago. I want the type of company to remain confidential, but I have always liked working for small companies with a family environment. This job was my dream job, and I was excited to ...Read more
SEATTLE -- Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau this week approved a major expansion of the Trans Mountain Pipeline that would result in a surge of new oil tanker traffic through Pacific Northwest waters, telling ...Read more
Apple Inc. said Wednesday that it has expanded its authorized repair service network to include all of Best Buy's 1,000 stores around the country.
Nearly 7,600 of Best Buy's Geek Squad staff have been certified by Apple, ...Read more
SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- Google workers, labor advocates, and local community members rallied outside parent company Alphabet Inc.'s annual meeting of company shareholders here on Wednesday, calling on the technology company ...Read more
NEW YORK -- Facebook Inc. Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg said Wednesday that the company's planned cryptocurrency coin is a "long way from launch," but policy makers are already gearing up to scrutinize it with U....Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Talent agencies have come out swinging against Hollywood writers, accusing their guild of bad-faith negotiation as talks between the two sides appear to be headed for another stalemate.
In a statement ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Despite pressure from President Trump to lower borrowing costs, Federal Reserve officials on Wednesday left their key interest rate unchanged and indicated that they were divided on whether there would be ...Read more
Would millennials want to work for a company that paid off their student loans?
For plenty of college grads with heavy debt loads, the answer is a resounding "yes."
PwC, formerly known as PriceWaterhouseCoopers, has a ...Read more
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