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Reuters(Reuters) - A divided federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit against Electronic Arts Inc by a former Rutgers University star football quarterback, who accused it of using his image in a video game without permission. By a 2-1 vote, the 3rd U.S....
Colleagues and friends paying tribute to USA Today founder and Eureka native Al Neuharth today remembered him not as a driven media giant but as a loyal native South Dakotan who never forgot his roots. Some critics said Neuharth — who titled...
The Times LeaderCivitas Media has named Walt Lafferty as General Manager and Business Development Director for Impressions Media, the parent company of The Times Leader and numerous other local publications and websites. Lafferty, 52, a suburban Philadelphia native who...
The Indianapolis StarThe building that has housed the city's largest newspaper for more than 100 years is poised to become one of the largest Downtown apartment developments under construction in Indianapolis. The Indianapolis Star and local developer The Whitsett Group...
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ReutersApril 29 (Reuters) - Wall Street securities analysts revised their ratings and price targets on several U.S. companies, including Time Warner, 3M Co and Caterpillar, on Monday. HIGHLIGHTS * 3M Co : JP Morgan cuts target price to $95 from $97; rating...
Eureka native Al Neuharth, whose founding of USA Today made him one of the most famous South Dakotans, died Friday at 89 at his home in Cocoa Beach, Fla. Neuharth changed American newspapers by putting easy-to-read articles and bright graphics in his...
Critics dubbed USA Today "McPaper" when it debuted in 1982, and they accused its founder, Al Neuharth, of dumbing down American journalism with its easy-to-read articles and bright graphics. Neuharth had the last laugh when USA Today became the nation's...
April 1, 1963: WVON founded as a 1,000-watt station at 1450 AM by Leonard and Phil Chess; Pervis Spann, the Blues Man, is the first DJ on the air. 1968: Rev. Jesse L. Jackson calls WVON to report news of the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther...
ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) — To get a sense of just how much federal government spending influences the Washington metropolitan area, all you have to do is listen to the ads on an all-news radio station there. Instead of promoting happy hours and...
Baltimore television stations expected little in the way of political advertising this election year. Then the fight over expanded gambling in Maryland erupted, pitting deep-pocketed casino companies against each other. The barrage of ads urging...
The Winchester SunThe mother of a 9-year-old boy who died in an accident 13 months ago has filed a lawsuit against nine Topix.com users on the website for slander and libel in the wake of the crash. Kelly Goff, who also is serving as administratrix of her son William...
Virginia's governor has reappointed the University of Virginia board member who led the failed effort to oust school president Teresa Sullivan. Gov. Bob McDonnell reappointed university Rector Helen Dragas of Virginia Beach on Friday. Dragas was the...
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