.@thedailybeast & @howardkurtz have parted company…we wish him well — Tina Brown (@TheTinaBeast) May 2, 2013 Earlier: Howard Kurtz’s ties with Daily Download website raise questions (huffingtonpost.com)
Less than a week after the Boston Marathon bombings that killed three people and injured about 170, crowdfunding websites have already raised more than $2 million for victims of the attack. Critics caution that those who wish to donate may be better off doing so to more official organizations, like the recently-established One Fund. Show More Summary
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A petition has appeared on the Edinburgh City Council website raising the issue of religious observances in non-denominational schools in the city. Currently, all schools in Edinburgh (be they non-religious state schools or otherwise) are required to provide religious education as well as opportunities to participate in religious observances. Show More Summary
Bislr, a startup that's officially launching today, was built to solve one of the problems that CEO Michael Sharkey said that he himself faced in his past startups — the need to quickly build a website that integrates the different applications...Show More Summary
Cultural Exchange: The crowd-funding website raises money for the kinds of public initiatives that used to be the domain of government. About 30 projects are being done in London's Tottenham area alone. LONDON — In 2011, the London riots...Show More Summary
In going after mugshot sites, a plaintiff in Toledo is seeking to make the right of publicity extend to non-endorsement uses of people's images.
(CNN) - Conservative websites were abuzz Tuesday after one suggested it was ironic that the NAACP requested reporters covering a speech by Attorney General Eric Holder bring two forms of identification, a common practice at major events. Holder has spoken out - most recently in his speech at the convention on Tuesday - against state [...]
An online auction held by Ferrari on its Website raised more than ?1.8 million for the victims of the two major earthquakes that struck Northern Italy in the Emilia-Romagna region last May. The epicenter was between Finale Emilia and San Felice sul Panaro, which is approximately 22 miles north of Bologna.... via JustLuxe.com
The music news website PopDust announced Monday that it raised $4.5 million in financing to expand its original content and its celebrity-endorsed e-commerce store. New Enterprise Associates led the Series A round of financing. RRE Ventures,...Show More Summary
A 17-year-old Texas honors student who was jailed for missing too much school because she had to work two jobs to support her siblings, refused to accept the more than $100,000 a website raised for her.
Sarah Phillips is dismissed after the Deadspin website raises questions about her.
The prosecution in the second-degree murder case against George Zimmerman asked a Florida judge Friday to raise Zimmerman's bond in light of recent revelations that a website for his defense raised more than $200,000. Circuit Judge Kenneth Lester said he wants to know more about …
The prosecution in the George Zimmerman case asked Florida Circuit Judge Kenneth Lester Friday to raise Zimmerman's bond, in light of recent revelations that his website raised more than $200,000. Lester said Friday he wants to know more about the money before he decides whether …
George Zimmerman's lawyer revealed last night that his client had collected about $200K in donations on his website—a fact he formally admitted during a court hearing today. Attorney Mark O'Mara claims he has now taken control of the...Show More Summary
A judge is considering whether to raise or revoke the bond for George Zimmerman after his lawyer told the judge a website raised $200,000 for the defense.
George Zimmerman's attorney Mark O'Mara said his client's website has raised about more than $200,000 in donations, adding that the money has been placed in an account that can't be accessed directly by Zimmerman or his family.
The website that George Zimmerman created to solicit donations before he was charged with second-degree murder in the shooting of teenager Trayvon Martin has been officially taken down–but the former neighborhood watch captain still raised a significant chunk of money in the time it was active. Think six figures: a little over $200,000. Speaking with CNN’s [...]
Remember when George Zimmerman sought donations from his website? You know, the one that looked like it was designed in the mid-'90s, and that proudly featured a photo from a vandalized black community center? Turns out Zimmerman raised $200,000. More »
George Zimmerman's bizarre pre-arrest website raised more than $200,000 before it was shut down this week....