U.S. Inquiry Eyes S.&P. Ratings of Mortgages
TechnologyThat Remake of AOL? It?s Still Being Written
AOL?s chief executive, Tim Armstrong, is confident that his company can regain some of its former glory.
Two Groups That Help Nonprofits in a Merger
GOOD, a fast-growing publishing and marketing business dedicated to promoting social causes, is acquiring Jumo, a social networking site devoted to raising money and support for nonprofit groups.
Head of Net?s Address System to Leave
The departure of Rod Beckstrom, chief executive of the Internet Corp. for Assigned Names and Numbers, could set off a new round of battles over Internet control.
Web Page About the Met Closes at Opera?s Request
Bradley E. Wilber devises crossword puzzles, loves movies and, until last week, meticulously constructed the future seasons of the Metropolitan Opera online, based on tidbits he had collected.
Bits Blog: I.B.M. Announces Brainy Computer Chip
I.B.M. and a group of university researchers have developed experimental computer chips that mimic the brain's method of cognition.