A former analyst for quantitative hedge fund Two Sigma asked a New York state judge to dismiss charges that he stole the firm’s data, saying that the information isn’t proprietary or is based on common concepts.
In recent days at least 282 copies of Frank's memoirs have been vandalized at 36 libraries across Tokyo. No one knows who did it, or why. But it's easy to see the connection to Japan's own recent efforts to deface history.
The biggest threat to Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome in the second leg of horse racing’s Triple Crown comes from a Venezuelan-owned stable whose horses have names inspired by late President Hugo Chavez’s socialist revolution.
The biggest problem with the recently disclosed Obama administration white paper defending the drone killing of radical clerk Anwar al-Awlaki isn’t its secrecy or its creative redefinition of the words “imminent threat.” It is the revolutionary and shocking transformation of the meaning of due process.