Unlike President Barack Obama, whose motorcade shut down New York’s Park Avenue for more than 20 minutes yesterday, Carlos Slim Helu was traveling light last night.
Wikipedia opened an office in India, its first outside the U.S., to better reach the country’s 1.2 billion people after the online encyclopedia where users contribute and edit entries added readers and had its most successful fundraiser yet.
Google Inc. is taking steps to comply with a top court ruling that backs the right of European Union citizens to delete personal information on the Internet.
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Inspector General H. David Kotz is leaving the agency after four years to join a private investigative firm.
As the global business and political elite pour into Davos this week, more and more are arriving with pockets already full of business cards from a similar, but newer, event in Munich.
Nathan Elliott used to be just one of the 130,000 fans who faithfully attend Comic-Con International, the annual geek culture convention in San Diego.
"The Wikia community is engaged in documenting things in really excruciating detail."
- Jimmy Wales on Jan 10, 2013
Bloomberg Surveillance: Nichols, Wales, Edelman and Issa