Business

2:00am

Fri April 6, 2012
Business

The Last Word In Business

According to The Consumerist, the video game publisher received more than 250,000 reader votes for that distinction. It was singled out for deliberately holding back video game content so it can charge for it later, and for buying up small video game companies to squash competition.

2:00am

Fri April 6, 2012
Business

GOP, Democrats Budgets Reflect Different Approaches

Steve Inskeep talks to David Wessel, economics editor of The Wall Street Journal, about how the Republican budget by Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan compares with President Obama's proposal. The plans show differences on spending, taxes and dealing with the government.

2:00am

Fri April 6, 2012
NPR Story

Average U.S. Car Price Tops $30,000

Average prices for cars are at an all-time high, reflecting increased demand and a healthier economy. The average car price has gone up nearly $2,000 since last year. Even though car prices are higher, buyers haven't shied away from picking up a new car.

1:26am

Fri April 6, 2012
Starting Up: Silicon Valley's Origins

Intel Legends Moore And Grove: Making It Last

Originally published on Fri April 6, 2012 7:06 am

Intel's first hire (from left), Andy Grove, and Intel co-founders Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore in 1978, the 10th anniversary of the company. Grove is sitting on a graphical layout (a rubylith) of one of Intel's early microprocessors.
Courtesy of Intel

Part 3 of a series on Silicon Valley's history

In Silicon Valley, the spotlight is often on young entrepreneurs with fresh ideas that will change the world — people like Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, or Jack Dorsey of Twitter.

But for decades, two older titans of the high-tech industry thrived in that fast-paced world: Gordon Moore and Andy Grove of Intel.

Speaking recently in a rare joint interview, the two discussed how their company survived, and what they think of the current crop of Silicon Valley techies.

Intel's Odd Couple

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2:04pm

Thu April 5, 2012
Business

Eldon James Cancels Timnath Expansion

Proposed Timnath Facility
Eldon James Corporation

The city of Timnath will not be the home of a new $12-million plastics manufacturing plant. The Loveland-based Eldon James Corporation has walked away from the project.  

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