A Pennsylvania high school student, suspended last week for asking Miss America to his prom, has shrugged off offers from a reality TV star, Las Vegas prostitutes and scores of young women on social media, and says he will go to the dance alone.
Mother-of-two Oxana Abakumova, 32, is accused of giving bogus credit cards to three elderly male customers of the bank she ran in the town of Beloretsk in the Russian region of Bashkiria in the Ural Mountains.
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) – Facebook Inc. on Thursday introduced a new wire service geared to journalists aimed at making it easier to “find, share and embed” content from the social network. The service, called FB Newswire, would aggregate content shared publicly on Facebook, including photos, videos and even status updates “by people on the front lines of major events like protests, elections and sporting events.” Major Internet and social media players have been putting more emphasis on news, highlighted by Yahoo Inc.’s recent expansion of its journalism operations, including the roll out of new online magazines and the hiring of TV broadcaster Katie Couric as its anchor. Facebook shares were down 1% in Thursday trades.
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