We stopped by Mountain View-based Meebo the other week .
[preserve] [/preserve] [preserve] [/preserve] Some amateur investors are content with logging on to TD Ameritrade, going long on a few 100 shares of GE, and waiting a few years for a payout.
[preserve] [/preserve] Let the outrage continue!
Along with the surging interest in gold, there’s been a lot of talk about so-called “peak gold,” this idea that the world has, or will soon near, its maximum level of annual gold production, and then enter a permanent downward slope.
Uh oh. Another reverse indicator for China.
How would you spend $787 billion in government money?
[preserve] [/preserve] A couple of years ago, the North Brooklyn property market was one of the hottest areas in a city that was one of the hottest in the country.
At a recent event in Buenos Aires, investment guru John Mauldin delivered an excellent presentation titled “Thoughts on the Continuing Crisis.”
Morgan Stanley’s head of European research Teun Draaisma is out with a market outlook for 2010, and it’s not pretty.
Think that now is a bad time to start a business? Think again.
“Every time government gets bigger, somebody’s getting rich.”
Still believe in the v-shaped recovery idea that was so popular, oh, about 2 months ago?
Thanksgiving is a time for rest and relaxation.
[preserve] [/preserve] Judging from the fire hose of tweets this morning, Walmart is doing some brisk Black Friday business.
Yet more layoffs. “Aol.” Ex-Googlers.
In 1621, a ship called the Mayflower entered a new world at Plymouth Rock, Massachusetts and forever screwed up the last week of November.
[preserve] [/preserve] It’s turkey time. Millions of Americans will dive into the big bird on Thursday, smothering it with gravy or cranberry sauce or both. Many will also face the scornful stare of their vegetarian cousin, silently asking, “do you know how that turkey got here?” We can assure you: […]
The media mogul teared up Friday morning as officially announced that she was ending her syndicated talk show in 2011.
Lloyd Blankfein delivered a presentation about Goldman Sachs last week in which he explained what Goldman Sachs is and what its plans for expansion are. His comments were made at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch banking and financial services conference in New York City.
UPDATE: Secretary Tim Geithner got hammered on Capitol Hill yesterday. Congressmen said the public has lost faith in him and asked for his resignation.
We already gave you a look inside Google New York’s offices, but what about the outside?
Thank you to everyone who attended TBI’s Startup the Holidays party last night!
Yesterday, it was reported that analysts at SocGen had sent out a guide on what to do if the world goes completely to hell.
Flights across the country have been delayed this morning because of a computer glitch in Atlanta.
So you want to go to work on Wall Street. Fine. But the first thing you need to figure out is what it is that Wall Street does.
A number of brilliant minds have come through Google New York’s doors, and a number of brilliant minds have left.
After the .com crash, there was a famous bumper sticker that said: “Please God, just one more bubble…”
[preserve] [/preserve] The board game of Monopoly became popular with its get-rich theme during the Great Depression when unemployment skyrocketed.
There are 2,000 people working at Google’s massive office space between 8th and 9th Avenues in Chelsea.
We’ve always loved the name Super Lawyers. It evokes an image of a justice crusader, rushing in to save the First Amendment (or any Amendment!) from the clutches of evil.
About 2,000 of Google’s 20,000-strong worldwide workforce spend their day at the company’s huge office building in Chelsea. Between 700 and 800 of those Google New Yorkers are engineers.
The recession made a lot of people realise how unsustainable their personal financial activities were.
takes hard work, talent, and charm. Turning it into a colossal disaster is easy, and a lot more fun.
All around the developing world, governments are making a mad scramble to buy gold.
Twitter’s moved to its new headquarters and the team is just abuzz with excitement.
Interviewing for a job at Google (GOOG) can be a nightmare experience.
Want to stay on top of the market, but don’t want to be chained to your computer?
On Friday, CNBC hosted a wonderful town hall with Bill Gates and Warren Buffett at Columbia University.
Microsoft holds an annual charity auction with goods and services donated by Microsoft employees. Former head honcho Bill Gates offers up a tour of his futuristic home every year.
One thing you learn quickly when covering the legal world is that there are a lot of strange stories out there.
AOL plans to spin off from Time Warner (TWX) before the end of the year, and CEO Tim Armstrong is about to hit the road to convince institutional investors it’s not a completely crazy idea to bet on the company.
America’s infrastructure is crumbling, literally.
[preserve] [/preserve] Most state budgets have been walloped by the financial crisis. But 10 are really bad, like California bad.
Go is Google’s new open-source computer programming langauge. It’s designed as an object-oriented language with the performance of C and the development speed of Python.
Hearst is sitting on a billion dollar war chest and it’s hired a new CFO — Mitchell Scherzer, former chief of JPMorgan’s U.S. media investment banking arm — to spend it.
[preserve] [/preserve] In the US, typically, it’s hard to get too excited about vending machines. You’ve got your cans of cola, bagged chips, maybe some candy and that’s about it.
Holiday season usually means one thing at law firms: bonuses, and giddy associates figuring out how to spend them.
When Electronic Arts (ERTS) bought Playfish for ~$400 million, the CEO of Playfish’s biggest rival, Zynga’s Mark Pincus, told us:
Let’s face it, healthcare in America is becoming a disaster.
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