Coachella's young audience a marketers paradise
INDIO, Calif. (AP) -- When it first started in 1999, Coachella was a couple of stages and a dance tent. Tickets were $65. A few dusty stands sold hot dogs and Cokes. It was the end of grunge and the start of a new millennium, and it was all about the music. All for one weekend....
5 features an Amazon phone might offer
NEW YORK (AP) -- A report this week in The Wall Street Journal that Amazon is planning to release a smartphone has prompted industry analysts and technology blogs to muse about what the device might offer....
Health care site flagged in Heartbleed review
WASHINGTON (AP) -- People who have accounts on the enrollment website for President Barack Obama's signature health care law are being told to change their passwords following an administration-wide review of the government's vulnerability to the confounding Heartbleed Internet security flaw....
EU official against cutting Russia gas ties
BERLIN (AP) -- A senior European Union official says he opposes cutting back gas ties with Russia in the next few years but the bloc should work on diversifying supplies....
National energy boom blurs political battle lines
DENVER (AP) -- The U.S. energy boom is blurring the traditional political battle lines across the country....
Fiat and Chrysler to build 3 Jeep models in China
ROME (AP) -- Fiat and Chrysler announced plans Saturday to build three new Jeep models in China for that market, the biggest for the vehicles outside the United States, as they attempt to boost sales in a country where they lag behind their competitors....
Delay won't quell 2014 wrangling over Keystone XL
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Democrats sweating this year's elections may be hoping that the Obama administration's latest delay to the proposed Keystone XL pipeline takes a politically fraught issue off the table for the midterms....
Hawaii is genetically engineered crop flash point
WAIALUA, Hawaii (AP) -- You can trace the genetic makeup of most corn grown in the U.S., and in many other places around the world, to Hawaii....
UPMC has announced that the personal information of as many as 27,000 employees may have been put at risk by a data breach. So far there have been 788 employees that have been victimized. UPMC has been working with the IRS, FBI, and Secret Service to determine the source of the breach. In the meantime, UPMC has urged employees to register with LifeLock to help protect themselves against fraudulent activity.
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