May 23, 2015, 1:44 am
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Couple leaves $850,000 estate to U.S. government

CNN Money - By : Staff Reporting

Peter Petrasek, who emigrated from Czechoslovakia after World War II, and his wife Joan stipulated in their will that all of their money be donated to the government.

The couple had no children and wanted to give back to the country that enabled them to live a happy and prosperous life, said Peter Winn, the U.S. attorney who helped transfer the funds to the Treasury Department. -



YouTube gets more lifelike

CNN Money - By : Staff Reporting

You can now stream live videos at double the previous frame-rate -- it's now 60 frames per second, up from 30. The update gives live-stream videos a giant boost in clarity and smoothness.

When played in high definition, 60 frames per se...


First Things First: The Digital Marketing Framework

Inquirer.net - By : Staff Reporting

In this era of technological advance, customers demand information before they actually commit to a purchase. Gone are the early days where passively advertising your product could still yield you a sale.

That just doesn’t happen ...


FBI experts to examine Amtrak trains windshield

CNN - By : Melissa Gray and Kevin Conlon

Thousands of commuters who depend on Amtrak's Northeast Corridor were once again boarding trains Monday. Amtrak resumed service between Philadelphia and New York in the morning -- not quite a week after the deadly derailment that killed eight a...



Google Buy Buttons Could Start Showing On Mobile Shopping Ads In A Matter Of Weeks

Search Engine Land - By : Ginny Marvin

The long-rumored morphing of Google Shopping into a marketplace that could compete head-on with the likes of Amazon and Ebay appears to be getting closer. “Buy” buttons could start appearing on select Google mobile search ads in a matter of weeks.

The Wall Street Journal cited anonymous sources saying Macy’s is among the retailers in discussions with Google to join the launch. - Referenced Article




Tim Armstrongs AOL Stock Worth $200 Million After Verizon Deal

Forbes - By : Nathan Vardi

In May of 2010, investors were not showing a great deal of faith in Tim Armstrong and his new plans for AOL as the company once again operated as an independent company, spun off from Time Warner and one of the worst mergers in corporate history.

As AOL’s stock was falling and changing hands for just under $22, Armstrong, AOL’s CEO, decided to put some money where his mouth was, purchasing more than $11 million of AOL stock. - Referenced Article



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