Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation Saturday allowing undocumented immigrant college students access to public financial aid, marking California's relatively liberal ground in a bitter row over immigration nationwide.
Motorola Solutions introduces its first enterprise table, the ET1, built for heavy usage in an industrial environment.
Yielding to uproar from customers and shareholders alike, Netflix on Monday reversed its decision to split off its DVD service and rename it Qwikster. Instead of launching an all-new website for DVD customers, as it promised just three weeks ago, it will maintain one site for both its streaming and DVD services.
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has released its latest Jobs Outlook Survey (JOS), and the results are less than inspiring for job seekers.
Groupon has stopped displaying online the exact number of daily deal vouchers purchased, a move the Chicago-based company said is intended to foil outside attempts to estimate its total sales.
Sen. Harry Reid plans to bring up President Obama's jobs bill this week, and he's going to do it his way. Reid has the difficult task of trying to strong-arm resistant Republicans while assisting a Democratic president who doesn't always consult him on the feasibility of his initiatives before he rolls them out.
Apple today announced pre-orders of its iPhone® 4S have topped one
million in a single day, surpassing the previous single day pre-order
record of 600,000 held by iPhone 4.