BBC News eBay cuts chief executive John Donahoe's pay by 53% BBC News E-commerce giant eBay has cut the total compensation of its chief executive, John Donahoe, by more than half. Mr Donahoe was paid $13.8m (£8.3m), including salary and bonus, in 2013, down from $29.7m a year ago.
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National Post Stars Game Is Canceled After Player Falls Ill New York Times DALLAS — A game between the Stars and the Columbus Blue Jackets was called off in the first period Monday after Dallas forward Rich Peverley collapsed on the bench.
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BBC News Libya, rebels argue over who controls oil tanker — and Libya's oil CNN Tripoli, Libya (CNN) — Libya said Monday night it had taken control of a North Korean-flagged tanker that had docked in a rebel-controlled oil port, but rebels dismissed the government's claims. Culture Minister Habib al-Amin told reporters at a late-night news
The Periscope Post Microsoft's battery-boosting Surface slab cover to ship soon Register Six months after launching the second generation of its Surface tablets, Microsoft says it is finally ready to begin shipping an accessory that it says can extend the battery life of the fondleslabs by as much as 70 per cent.
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ABC News Boeing Caught in Malaysia Mystery Without Jet Wreckage to Study Businessweek Chinese students hold lit-up candles to pray for the passengers aboard the missing Boeing 777-200 plane of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 at a school in Zhuji city, Zhejiang, China. (Imaginechina via AP Images).
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New York Daily News Edward Snowden: 'Would I do it again? Absolutely yes' USA TODAY Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden spoke at this year's SXSW via live video from Russia, saying that he will 'absolutely' do it again when asked about the NSA leak.
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Wall Street Journal Congress to Investigate GM Recall Wall Street Journal DETROIT—General Motors Co. faced new pressure from a powerful member of Congress to explain why it took nearly a decade to recall 1.6 million vehicles for faulty ignitions linked to 13 deaths, even as the auto maker hired a high-profile lawyer to lead its
Houston Chronicle 6.9-magnitude quake off North Coast was state's largest since 2005 Los Angeles Times The 6.9-magnitude earthquake that rattled Northern California on Sunday was the state's largest temblor in nearly a decade. But it caused no damage or injuries. That's because the quake was centered 50 miles off the coast of Eureka and occurred at a depth
Washington Post Father of Conn. school shooter talks about his son Herald Times Reporter NEW YORK — In his most extensive public comments about the 2012 Connecticut school massacre, the father of gunman Adam Lanza describes his anguished struggle to comprehend what his son did — an act that can't get more evil — and how he has
KOMO News Family calls 911 to report their cat 'went over the edge,' is attacking them FOX43.com PORTLAND (KPTV) — A Portland family with an infant shut themselves off in a bedroom and called 911 to report that their pet cat had gone crazy and was attacking them.
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