May 30, 2015, 12:26 pm
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Netflix now accounts for 37% of US Internet Traffic

Washington Post - By : Brian Fung

On Wednesday, I wrote about how online video is taking over the Internet. A day later, here comes some more evidence. Netflix's share of Internet traffic is exploding.

The streaming service now accounts for 36.5 percent of all bandwidth consumed by North American Web users during primetime, according to the Canada-based network firm Sandvine. -



Corrupt FIFA Has Clinton Foundation Ties

The Daily Beast - By : Jackie Kucinich

And just like that, another Clinton Foundation donor is in the news.

The Clinton global charity has received between $50,000 and $100,000 from soccer’s governing body and has partnered with the Fédération Internation...


Palmyra may be off limits to U.S. airstrikes

USA Today - By : Tom Vanden Brook

The U.S.-led coalition bombing Islamic State terrorists in Syria is unlikely to attack the extremists who have seized the ancient city of Palmyra and its archaeological treasures, according to a senior Defense Department official.

There...


What Hillary Clintons e-mails tell us about her management style

Washington Post - By : Karen Tumulty

For those who have worried that Hillary Rodham Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign would be a repeat of the chaotic operation she ran eight years ago, her advisers have often pointed to her time in between at the State Department —...



Online mattress startup has unique approach

CBS This Morning - By : Staff Reporting

Casper is a mattress company that’s flipping expectations. It has raised $15 million in funding from high-profile backers, including Ashton Kutcher.

The company, which sells exclusively through its website, is already disrupting an established industry that traditionally relies on salesmen and showrooms. 




Nike becomes suspected player in alleged $150 million FIFA bribery scandal

Washington Post - By : Drew Harwell

The international investigation into bribery, fraud and corruption at FIFA involved some surprising American names: The Miami chairman of a popular nationwide soccer league, and a major U.S. sportswear firm some believe could be Nike.

For more than two decades, the Justice Department said Wednesday, five "unscrupulous" U.S. and South American sports and banking executives helped funnel more than $150 million in bribes to officials atop FIFA, the multibillion-dollar goliath governing the world's most popular sport. - Referenced Article



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