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  • Facebook offers bounty to bug hunters

    Horizons Facebook offers bounty to bug hunters

    Facebook wants to give you $500. But first you have to help the social network locate flaws in its infrastructure.

  • Tech stocks trigger slide on Wall Street

    Tech stocks trigger slide on Wall Street

    Tech stocks reported poor earnings Friday, causing shares to fall. Tech stocks are seen as an early indicator for corporate earnings in other sectors.

  • Election 101: Ron Paul sets sights on 2012. Ten things to know about him.

    Election 101: Ron Paul sets sights on 2012. Ten things to know about him.

    Ron Paul is hoping the third time’s the charm. The Texas congressman declared his (third) candidacy for president Friday on ‘Good Morning America.’ The ‘intellectual grandfather’ of the tea party movement is a constitutional purist who’s as popular among his fervent followers as he is disliked by the GOP establishment. He’s a dark horse pushing for an upset victory.

  • CEO pay: a look at the Top 5 breadwinners

    CEO pay: a look at the Top 5 breadwinners

    CEOs at the biggest public companies in the US saw a raise in pay in 2010. The fourth annual analysis by the Wall Street Journal and the Hay Group, a management-consulting firm, shows that the median value of compensation of CEOs at the top 350 companies rose 11 percent, to $9.3 million. Only two of the Top 5 highest-paid CEOs were among the Top 5 the previous year, and only one was on the list four years ago. Total compensation includes salary, bonuses, granted value of stock, stock options, and other long-term incentives awarded for work.

  • The wageless recovery

    Robert Reich The wageless recovery

    Inflation isn't the biggest threat to the economy. Falling into another recession is.

  • Tech stocks up with help from Intel and VMware

    Tech stocks up with help from Intel and VMware

    Tech stocks received a boost with Intel and VMware leading the charge along with IBM. Apple, Cisco Systems, and Hewlett-Packard have yet to report, but Apple's iPad has been accused of hurting personal computer sales.

  • Diggin' It A garden that's just right for you

    To create your ideal garden, start by deciding why you garden and what appeals to you about the natural world.

  • Insider trading bust: Trader-attorney duo made over $32 million

    Insider trading bust: Trader-attorney duo made over $32 million

    Federal agents arrest an attorney and stockbroker who allegedly used prepaid phones and inside information to make millions during a 17-year insider-trading partnership.

  • Stocks shrug off bad news and gain for week

    Stocks shrug off bad news and gain for week

    The US stock market gained for the week, with the Dow up 3 percent. Investors are regaining confidence in stocks despite developments in Japan, Libya, and Europe.

  • Tech stock not as cheap as it looks

    The Reformed Broker Tech stock not as cheap as it looks

    Usually tech stocks seem cheap when they're already done growing.