It's looking like a busy week in Florida for Republican presidential candidates, and it's also looking like it's going to get busier.
Italy's Mario Monti on Wednesday unveiled his cabinet, which will see the former European Union commissioner hold the key position of interim Economy minister.
From Occupy Wall Street to Occupy Oakland, riot police in full gear marched in like soldiers to evict
hundreds of protesters from makeshift camps, trampling on tents and books, overturning pots
and pans, and arresting protesters who offered passive resistance.
Apple on Tuesday appointed biotech executive Arthur Levinson as the non-executive chairman of the board, taking over the last role held by Steve Jobs before his death in early October. Apple also announced that Bob Iger, president and chief executive officer of The Walt Disney Company, will join Apple's board.
A quarter-century into its career as a publicly traded company, Microsoft finds itself a prisoner of its own past success.
Like a lot of first-generation gadgets, you get the sense with Amazon's Kindle Fire that the next model will probably be much cooler -- but still, the e-reader/tablet hybrid is a handy media consumption device, especially for the relatively low price of $199.