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  • Masters Tournament Foundation Donations Drop 37% to $4.3 Million

    Donations to the Masters Tournament Foundation slumped 37 percent in 2012 as benefactors didn’t make follow-up gifts to the charity created by the private club that hosts the first of golf’s four annual major tournaments.

  • Mother Teresa’s Gnarled Hands Spur Cricket’s Waugh to Charity

    The tiny hunched frame and gnarled hands of Mother Teresa are etched in former Australian cricket captain Steve Waugh’s memory. Eager to see the realities of life in nations such as India and Pakistan in his playing days, he met Mother Teresa at her Kolkata mission in 1996.

  • Ellison Speeds Up America’s Cup With Flying Cats in Spectacle

    The doors of Larry Ellison’s waterfront hangar on San Francisco Bay slide open and more than a dozen men in hard hats roll out the billionaire’s latest technological marvel. Built to defend the America’s Cup starting here on Sept. 7, Oracle Team USA 17 is a catamaran named after the company that made Ellison the eighth-richest person on the planet.

  • Asian Stocks Rise on U.S. Budget Remarks, Japan Stimulus

    Asian stocks rose as U.S. lawmakers said they’re optimistic for an agreement to avoid automatic spending cuts and tax increases and as the leader of Japan’s opposition party called for unlimited monetary policy easing.

  • CBS Adds Two New Comedies, Three Dramas Including `Hawaii Five-O' Remake

    CBS added two new comedies and three dramas including a remake of “Hawaii Five-O” to its prime-time schedule in an effort to claim a third straight season as the most-watched U.S. television network.

  • Aereo Says Law Already Permits Its Online TV Service

    Aereo Inc., whose service relays network television shows to online viewers, asked a New York judge in a copyright lawsuit by Walt Disney Co.’s ABC, CBS Corp. and other broadcasters to rule that its business is legal.

  • Amazon Bets on ‘Betas’ to Turn Web Viewers Into Shoppers Inc.’s new comedy show “Betas” depicts a motley band of 20-something Silicon Valley entrepreneurs coding around the clock to develop a social-media site to rival Facebook Inc.

  • How Obama Can Rescue His Presidency From Faux Scandals

    Here’s the White House view of the current trilogy of so-called scandals: Republicans are trying to destroy President Barack Obama’s second term by magnifying bureaucratic miscues and distorting policy realities. This isn’t without some merit.

  • Texas Filibuster Star Rose From Teen Mom to Harvard Law

    Texas lawmakers return to Austin today for another attempt to put the state at the forefront of a Republican-led push to legislate away abortion, resuming a fight that made Senator Wendy Davis, a Fort Worth Democrat, into an overnight sensation last week.

  • Aimco Pension Fund Says BlackBerry Proposals Still Not Concrete

    Alberta Investment Management Corp., the Canadian pension fund, has been approached by at least four groups, including Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd., to invest in BlackBerry Ltd. though it hasn’t seen a solid business plan yet for the smartphone maker.

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