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  • Shares of Weibo soar on debut

    Shares of Weibo soar on debut
    Shares of microblogging site Weibo surged as much as 44% on its first day of trading, a robust start for the first of three major Chinese tech companies planning initial public offerings in the U.S. this year.
  • David Fincher reportedly off Steve Jobs film: Who could replace him? [poll]

    David Fincher reportedly off Steve Jobs film: Who could replace him? [poll]
    After the success of "The Social Network," David Fincher's drama about Mark Zuckerberg and the founding of Facebook, the director emerged as the front-runner to bring the story of another tech giant to the big screen: Apple founder Steve Jobs. Now the...

    Mary Cheever dies at 95; author and widow of writer John Cheever

    Mary Cheever dies at 95; author and widow of writer John Cheever
    Mary Cheever, an accomplished author and poet best known as the enduring spouse and widow of John Cheever, has died, after surviving by decades a husband who used their lonely but lasting marriage as an inspiration for some of his most memorable stories....

    High school stabbings: Friend 'saved my life,' injured boy says

    High school stabbings: Friend 'saved my life,' injured boy says
    MURRYSVILLE, Pa. -- At least two teenagers wounded in a Pennsylvania high school stabbing rampage remained on ventilators and face additional surgery, doctors said Thursday, while another victim thanked a friend for saving his life and expressed hope that...

    Even popular kids are bullied in high school, researchers find

    Even popular kids are bullied in high school, researchers find
    Only the prom king and queen are safe. Researchers say that the more popular teens are – except for those at the very apex of the fragile high school hierarchy – the more likely they are to be bullied, perhaps a surprise to people who...