The uproar over the firing of New York Times Executive Editor Jill Abramson, already a spectacle of warring memos and Twitter hashtags, could take another turn today when she speaks publicly for the first time.
A future version of the Google Inc.’s wearable Glass device will look a lot more like conventional eyeglasses, according to diagrams accompanying a patent issued to the Mountain View, California-based search engine company.
Negotiations between industry, consumer groups and universities on U.S. rules for banking services aimed at college students have stalled over a Department of Education proposal to ban most account fees.
After Symetra Financial Corp. was formed in 2004, the life insurer set up shop in a 25-story glass tower outside Seattle, put its name on the building and pushed the state to adopt more favorable rules for its business.
Nevada went to bust from boom in a decade as population growth, once the fastest in the U.S., slowed to almost zero while homeowners struggled with plunging values and the nation's highest unemployment rate.