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Carly Fiorina’s HP track record: Success, failure or distraction?

Let’s play a little game. I say “Carly Fiorina” and you yell out the first word that comes into your mind:“HP”“CEO”“Failure”“Fired”“Success”“Loser”“Author”“Cancer survivor”“Republican” Okay, okay, I think we have enough. To a certain extent, Fiorina, who announced her 2016 presidential bid on Monday, is all of those things. The Stanford grad is a law school dropout who joined Hewlett-Packard in 1999 ... Read More »

Blues legend B.B. King in hospice care, daughter claims elder abuse

LAS VEGAS — Blues legend B.B. King was in hospice care Friday at his home in Las Vegas, according to a longtime business associate with legal control over his affairs. The 89-year-old musician posted thanks on his official website for fans’ well-wishes and prayers after he returned home from a brief hospitalization, according to Laverne Toney, King’s longtime business manager ... Read More »

73-year-old man punches bear in the face to save his Chihuahua

Nobody scares this man’s little dog and gets away with it — especially not a bear. Carl Moore, a 73-year-old ex-Marine, claims he punched a bear in the face when he caught it on his property, threatening his precious little Chihuahua, Lacy See also: 10 Philosophical Bears Thinking Deep Bear Thoughts “The man or beast that I run from ain’t ... Read More »

How to find your real friends and other advice from Ray Bradbury

American author Ray Bradbury says that the recipe to friendship is simple: “You learn to live with your crazy enthusiasms, which nobody shares. Then you find a few other nuts like yourself, and they’re your friends for a lifetime.” Though he passed away in 2012, Bradbury is back, posthumously offering writing and life advice in PBS’s latest Blank on Blank ... Read More »

Microsoft will allow developers to bring Android, iOS apps to Windows 10 devices

Microsoft announced on Wednesday a move that will allow iOS and Android developers to port apps directly into its new Windows universal app platform The company detailed two new software development kits on stage at Microsoft’s Build developer conference in San Francisco. Developers can use Java and C++ code for Windows. Meanwhile, iOS developers can use Objective C code to ... Read More »