Posted by Shirley Brady on April 30, 2012 05:15 PM
Angry Birds Space sets mobile download record.
Apple and Microsoft face price-gouging inquiry in Australia.
Barack Obama tests "Forward" as a campaign slogan.
BP will pay $4 billion on new oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico this year.
BlackBerry will be in the hot seat at BlackBerry World conference by RIM on Tuesday.
Broadway tests autism-friendly theater performances.
Brooklyn Nets unveils new team logo designed by Jay-Z.
Chrysler boosts Jeep production.
Facebook will announce a "life-saving tool" on Good Morning America on Tuesday.Continue reading...
Posted by Mark J. Miller on April 13, 2012 01:56 PM
The World Trade Center doesn’t need attention. Since 9/11, the Twin Towers have been seared into America’s collective cerebellum.
But as New York rebuilds, there is a new WTC in town that's looking to unseat the old images, seeking to uplift rather than bring about a bout of grim memories. As part of that quest, One World Trade Center, which will be the tallest building in the U.S. when completed, has released its new logo, designed by UK-based Wordsearch.
The second building tower under construction is going to suspend construction until its developer, Larry Silverstein, can find tenants, the Wall Street Journal reports. Continue reading...