Marissa Mayer Pay

Yahoo CEO Pay Trimmed In 2015

Yahoo boss Marissa Mayer’s total compensation dipped 15 percent last year, while the company’s share price dropped 35 percent.
Has Apple Peaked?

Have We Reached Peak Apple?

After its first quarterly revenue decline in 13 years, is the iPhone maker doomed or did it just hit a bump on the road to bigger things?

Why Drake Will Have The Last Laugh On Beyoncé

Industry estimates project that Drake’s new album, “Views,” could crush sales of Beyoncé’s “Lemonade.­”
Laremy Tunsil Miami Dolphins

NFL Draftee Loses Millions Over Pot Debacle

Not long ago, Ole Miss tackle Laremy Tunsil was the projected No. 1 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, but his stock plummeted Thursday night.
Google Buying telegram

Google Considered $1B Purchase Of Telegram

Google CEO Sundar Pichai reportedly met with the founder of Telegram, a messaging app with over 100 million users, to discuss a $1 billion acquisition.

Aleppo Is Burning, 5 Years Into Civil War

After days of fierce fighting in Syria’s largest city, more regime airstrikes may have devastating humanitarian consequences.
Exxon (XOM) Earnings

Exxon Mobil’s Q1 Profits Plunge 63%

The global energy giant says lower crude prices and weak refining margins dragged its first-quarter earnings down to $1.8 billion.

Welcome To The School Of Hacking

A virtual classroom on the dark web aims to boost the cyberskills of those who want to join the collective known as Anonymous.


High Times At Rusty Shovel Ranch

Marijuana farmers in California’s fabled Emerald Triangle are ready to go legit. Will it be enough for them to survive?

Trump’s Tax Plan vs. Clinton’s Policy

Which candidate’s tax proposal would result in more take-home pay for you? Here’s what you need to know.

How The Sanders Campaign Is Business As Usual

Bernie Sanders’ message is “political revolution­,” but his spending went the conventional route — to the political consulting industry.
Elections 2016

A ‘New Chapter’ For South Sudan?

The world's youngest nation has a chance to emerge from 28 months of conflict that has ravaged its economy. But some say success seems unlikely.

A Generation’s Dreams Deferred

Millions of middle-class Brazilians who’d hoped to marry, buy homes and start careers feel stuck as the country grapples with a recession. What comes next is anyone’s guess.