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The Oracle of Omaha has taken to Twitter. The notoriously tech-shy billionaire launched his @WarrenBuffett handle Thursday, where he quickly garnered more than 180,000 followers. He is the second-richest person with a verified Twitter account, after...
Warren Buffett, the billionaire investor, urged corporate America in an essay published online Thursday to help develop women's workplace potential, arguing women are the key to America's economic prosperity. The essay, written for the May 20 issue...
In one episode of "Seinfeld," hapless George Costanza was hired as a stunt hand for a movie. Predictably, things went awry and poor George's hand never made a cinematic debut. In the days leading up to the 2013 Academy Awards ceremony, my own hand fared...
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L.A. Times Tech BlogThe Washington Post Co. is venturing into the social-media business with Trove, its news aggregation website and mobile apps. Trove, which went live on Wednesday, pulls news from 10,000 sources across the Internet and sorts content by what a user's...
Times Staff WritersOtis Chandler, whose vision and determination as publisher of the Los Angeles Times from 1960 to 1980 catapulted the paper from mediocrity into the front ranks of American journalism, died today of a degenerative illness called Lewy body disease. He was...
'While there are significant long-term risks associated with such contractual arrangements, the well-informed actor, motivated by some historically recognized intangibilities -- maximization of regalement, binary association, et al -- finds that those...
Who would have guessed that running on the politics of hope was a smart move after all? From 2000 to 2006, Democrats enjoyed unprecedented party unity. Their combined outrage over the Florida recount, Ralph Nader's role as a spoiler, the Iraq war and...
Times Staff WritersA Man of Many Passions Transformed The Times Had Otis Chandler never worked a single day, his would have been a memorable life. An Olympic-caliber athlete, a champion weightlifter, an accomplished race car driver, big game hunter, surfer, cyclist,...
This week's New York Times expose on Sen. John McCain's alleged relationship with a telecommunications lobbyist nearly a decade ago was a shabby piece of journalism. The carefully planned and superbly executed riposte by the top-flight lobbyists with...
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Here's what to watch for at next week's GOP minority-issues presidential debate at a historically black college in Baltimore: empty chairs. All four top Republicans have "scheduling conflicts." Even Republicans get that this is a problem. "We sound...
NATIONAL REVIEW Editor Rich Lowry recently noted an explosion of "precriminations" among Republicans looking to assign blame for GOP losses in advance of election day. Blogger Glenn Reynolds offered a "pre-mortem" along similar lines. And the media have...
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