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  • Red becoming on Panthers, if they can become winners again

     
    Red is the most eye-catching color, intense and riveting. The Florida Panthers have been making effective use of it this summer as a branding agent for rebuilding a tattered image into a fresh connection to passion and aggression with......
  • Justin Timberlake scores his own social network: a piece of Myspace

     
    Justin Timberlake just snagged himself a social network: a piece of MySpace. The singer and actor has an undisclosed stake in the sale of MySpace from News Corp to Specific Media. Timberlake will help rebrand the site, crushed by Facebook in recent years,...
  • Justin Timberlake to play 'major role' in Myspace reboot

     
    Justin Timberlake is looking once again to a social network for a career hit and this time its MySpace. Last year, the pop-singer won critical accalim for his portrayal of Sean Parker, one of Facebook's early leaders and a co-founder of the former file-...
  • News Corp. narrows bidders for MySpace

     
    Orange County advertising network Specific Media and Bay Area private equity firm Golden Gate Capital are finalists in the bidding for struggling social network Myspace, people familiar with the matter confirm. News Corp. had hoped to fetch as much as.......
  • Rossi takes us inside The New York Times

     
    Director Andrew Rossi’s favorite line in his documentary, “Page One: Inside the New York Times,” isn’t even in the film. It isn’t a line he made up, either. It’s the tag line for the film’s ad-campaign – &#...
  • KISS ticket prices reduced for Mountain Laurel Center show

     
    Lawn tickets to the July 13 show by rock band KISS that will reopen the Mountain Laurel Performing Arts Center in Bushkill after four years have been reduced $20 each for people who buy the tickets with a special password......
  • John Green novel, not yet finished and months from release, still No. 1 on Amazon.com

     
    John Green's novel "The Fault in Our Stars" is a runaway success -- even though basically no one's ever read it. The book, still unfinished and almost a year from release (tentatively May 2012), is nevertheless the single bestselling book......
  • Moving soaps from TV to Web: Easier said than done

     
    On the surface, the news that soap operas "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" may find new life on the Web after ABC pulls the plug on them sounds like great news to fans of the genre. But......
  • Twitter co-founder Biz Stone signs on as advisor at Spark Capital

     
    Biz Stone isn't taking any time off after leaving his day-to-day job at Twitter, the popular social networking service he co-founded. He's splitting time between his non-profit, the Biz and Livia Stone Foundtation, working to get his re-born startup...
  • Google asks businesses to stay out of Google+ -- for now

     
    Google is asking businesses, non-profit groups, universities and other organizations and groups to stay out of Google+ -- for now. Some businesses and other entities have created Google+ pages using the current profile pages that are designed for people...
  • William and Kate endorse London tech scene, play with HP TouchPad at L.A. event

     
    If you were Britain, whom would you enlist to help promote London's up-and-coming answer to Silicon Valley? Well how about the royal couple, William and Kate? The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge flew in from Canada to join a conference......
  • Google shares soar as second-quarter financial results beat Wall Street estimates

     
    Google's Larry Page delivered some unexpectedly good news to Wall Street on Thursday with second-quarter earnings that were far better than what analysts had forecast. Shares jumped 11% to $588.27 on the news. Page, the Google co-founder who replaced Eric...