President Obama spent the week meeting with foreign leaders from Mexico and Costa Rica as he traveled to both countries in an effort to encourage common objectives, strengthen relations and solidify ties.
High ranking Democrats have rallied around President Obama this week, accusing Republicans of political motivation by using the Benghazi hearings to discredit his leadership and handling of the September 11, 2012 terror attack.
The company alleges that Fitbit’s use of its trademark is infringing on Fitbug’s rights and causing consumer confusion, and has asked the U.S. District Court in Northern California to order Fitbit to permanently cease use of its Fitbit mark and from engaging in conduct that is causing confusion with Fitbug’s brand and services.
Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight, three Cleveland, Ohio, women, who had been missing for over a decade, were found alive held captive together, after a stunning escape.
20 children and six adults were slaughtered, Friday, when a lone gunman fought his way into Sandy Hook Elementary School, in Newtown, Connecticut, armed with enough ammunition to murder every student in this small New York City suburb.
The Academy of Motion Picture Art and Sciences recently hosted academy members, donors and other industry dignitaries to an introductory evening at the future Museum of Motion Pictures.
Devon B. Katzev, the President of Straight Arrow, is a no nonsense kind of guy; he’s honest about his product, its origins and seems as astonished as anyone that the shampoo his parents made to groom their Arabian horses back in the 1970’s has become a global phenomenon.
Lew Hendler, world renowned co-founder of the mega successful woman’s hair care company, scunci, recently launched Michael Todd true organics and with that single handedly changed the face of skin care.
Three of biggest names in the media business today, NBC’s Jeff Zucker, Viacom’s Philippe Dauman and Microsoft CEO Steven Ballmer recently gathered for one powerhouse summit at the Midtown Manhattan headquarters of publishing giant, McGraw-Hill.
The National Spy Museum in Washington, D.C., during the 2010 SALT film junket, hostes a panel of espionage experts featuring Director of Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge, former U.S. Intelligence officer and Middle East Counterterrorism Expert, Melissa Mahle, Kirk Whitworth, Director of Communications and Analysis under the Bush Administration,and Operative and former KGB General Oleg Kalugin.