A growing number of auto workers are winding up on the streets in and around Toyota City in central Japan, as the global downturn sends the world's biggest carmaker plunging into the red.
May 12, 2009
Space shuttle Atlantis was fueled Monday for one last flight to the Hubble Space Telescope for an extraordinarily ambitious repair mission.
AP Photographer Tim Donnelly produced a time-lapse look at the final preparations.
A Businessweek cover story in 2006, featuring Digg founder Kevin Rose in one the world's most regrettable photographs.
Businessweek reporter Sarah Lacy explains her controversial article.
Robert Kevin Rose (born February 21, 1977 in California) is an entrepreneur who first became well known as an on-air talent and later as a co-host working on TechTV's popular show The Screen Savers (which later became Attack of the Show! on G4) until his departure from the network on May 22, 2005. Rose is also well known for his Internet start-ups that he has co-founded: Revision3, Pownce, WeFollow and most notably the social-bookmarking website Digg. He is also co-host with Alex Albrecht on Diggnation, a weekly podcast discussing the most popular content submitted to Digg.
Just what is the "close" relationship between Digg, Facebook and Twitter?
Jay Adelson explains the nitty gritty of making money with DIGG. Jay Steven Adelson (born September 7, 1970) is the CEO of Digg and chairman of Revision3. Prior, he was the founder and chief technology officer of Equinix, Inc., which he founded in 1998 and was one of the founders of the PAIX in 1996, before its purchase by Switch and Data in 2003. In 1993, he ran network operations at Netcom (USA), before leaving for Digital Equipment Corporation to become Operations Manager of the PAIX. He was named one of TIME magazine's TIME 100, Time in 2008.
On July 15, 2003, he testified before the United States House Homeland Security Subcommittee on Emerging Threats, Cybersecurity, and Science and Technology, as part of an industry panel on "The Private Sector's Role in Keeping America's Cyberspace Secure."
Adelson holds degrees in Computer Science and Film and Broadcasting from Boston University.