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CHICAGO (AP) — An artist admitted Friday to taking shortcuts in crafting an often harrowing tale about Apple Inc.'s operations in China after the veracity of his one-man theatrical show was challenged by a public radio program that had based a broadcast on his work.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nineteen people were arrested in Nevada and eight other states in a Las Vegas-based identity theft and trafficking ring that a federal prosecutor characterized as a sophisticated racketeering organization involving 50 people nationwide.
New schools will go to 'grade 14' to enable students to get high-tech skills and associate degrees.
LONDON (AP) — Apple-mania returned to Asia and Europe on Friday as the company's latest version of its iPad went on sale, drawing die-hard fans to shops selling the highly anticipated tablet computer.
RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) — A California man who used the social networking site MySpace to exploit and abuse young girls across the country was convicted Wednesday of dozens of felony charges.
NEW YORK (AP) — AT&T is offering to discuss a settlement with an iPhone user who won a small-claims case that alleged the company was slowing down his "unlimited" data service.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal regulators filed charges Wednesday against two managers of investment funds that buy stocks of privately held Internet companies including Facebook Inc. They were accused of misleading investors and failing to disclose fees.
NEW YORK (AP) — A new study says people are less likely to lie about big things on resumes they post on the professional network LinkedIn compared with traditional resumes.
CHICAGO (AP) — Hours after Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc. announced it will stop publishing print editions of its flagship encyclopedia for the first time in more than 200 years, someone among the editing minions of free online rival Wikipedia made an irony-free note of that fact.
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (AP) — Jurors considering the fate of a former Rutgers University student accused of watching his roommate's intimate liaison on a webcam won't be deciding just whether he'll go to prison — they also could indirectly determine whether he's deported to his native India.