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This week in New York, Watson, an IBM supercomputer, pits its wits against Brad Rutter and Ken Jennings, top champions in the television game show, Jeopardy! Regardless of who wins, this is no time for complacency.
Borders is expected to file for bankruptcy this week, and The New York Times Sunday book review section yesterday announced a new best-seller list devoted only to ebooks. Can we read into that a seismic shift in the book publishing world?
As EU leaders wrangle over whether and how to give the 440 billion euro ($600 billion) European Financial Stability Facility more lending powers at next month’s summit, there has been no shortage of proposals in recent weeks about how best to get Europe out of its debt mess.
Will Verizon’s network — and customer service — hold up as it adds the iPhone to its repertoire?
The Apple iPad is being put to the test in elementary schools. Can it go to the head of the class?
In 2000, AOL acquired Time Warner, a merger that ended in disaster nine years later. Will this happen again with AOL’s $315 million takeover of the Huffington Post? Wharton professors say this time it’s different.
With a few exceptions, those $3 million 30-second ads during Sunday’s Super Bowl game looked like a lot of costly fumbles.