I’m walking up to a starbucks with Howard Schultz when we spot a barista standing in the parking lot, passing 11 cups of coffee through a car window. “I’ve never seen that,” says Schultz, who took over Starbucks in 1987 and transformed it from a six-shop seller of beans into a thread that runs through our social tapestry
The new portable computers are handy chips off the old block Last summer, when Adam Osborne, former computer columnist turned entrepreneur, put his Osborne 1 computer on the market, small had never seemed so beautiful. Despite its graceless designa cross between a World War II field radio and a shrunken instrument panel of a DC-3the 24-lb.
Flamboyant entrepreneur Silvio Berlusconi is one of Italy’s most recognizable faces.
Pier Silvio Berlusconi, Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s eldest son and a top official in his media empire, says his father was “always there for me.” Berlusconi, 40, is vice chairman of Mediaset SpA, the Italian commercial television network founded by his father and now owned by the Berlusconi family through the holding company, Fininvest.
Atlanta rapper DeAndre Cortez Way, better known by his stage name Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em or just Soulja Boy, was charged with obstruction after running from police despite an order to stop, a police spokesman said Friday.
As millions of students across the world go back to school this month, 178 students from 49 countries will turn on their computers and step onto the virtual campus of the world’s first global, tuition-free online university. Called University of the People, the non-profit, California-based endeavor comes from Israeli entrepreneur Shai Reshef who says he founded the school to provide higher education to those who might otherwise never have access to it.