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Mt. Gox chief refuses judge’s order to testify in his own U.S. bankruptcy case

The founder of the notorious bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox has told the U.S. justice system, "nah, I don't think so," in response to a judge's demand that he travel to the U.S. to explain to officials how and why his Read More →

Mozilla names interim CEO

Mozilla has named Chris Beard, an executive in residence at Greylock Partners, as the firm's interim chief executive, reports Mitchell Baker, the executive chairman of the Mozilla Foundation on her blog. Beard, formerly Mozilla's chief marketing officer, will Read More →

Dropbox defends appointment of Condoleezza Rice to board

In a blog post Friday, Drew Houston, Dropbox's chief executive, responded to critics of the firm's decision to appoint former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to the private company's board. This week, we wrote about the heated Read More →

Why Condoleezza Rice joining Dropbox board isn’t a Mozilla moment

Internet protesters are at it again, using an online petition and Twitter to lobby Dropbox to drop newly-announced Condoleezza Rice from its board. On Dropbox's blog, where CEO Drew Houston announced Rice's appointment this week, there are more than Read More →

Senior citizens increasingly going online

Their numbers are still low, but a majority of senior citizens — 59 percent — now go online, according to the Pew Research Center. Although nearly a quarter of seniors — those 65 years old and older — still Read More →

Tesla Motors unveils business lease

Tesla Motors announced Tuesday that it is launching a lease for business owners, in response to request from small and medium-sized businesses that want a leasing program so they can deduct the payments from their business taxes.

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