2012 YEAR IN REVIEW

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  • Nasdaq stocks posting largest percentage decreases

    A look at the 10 biggest percentage decliners on Nasdaq at 1 p.m.: Brightcove Inc. fell 37.1 percent to $6.46. Silicon Laboratories Inc. fell 13.9 percent to $40.30. Maxim Integrated Products Inc. fell ...

  • Midday Glance: Railroad companies

    Shares of some top railroad companies are mixed at 1 p.m.: CSX fell $.01 or percent, to $31.09. Canadian National Railway Co. rose $.47 or .7 percent, to $68.64. Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. fell $.64 ...

  • Top Obama Aide Concerned by Impeachment Threats
    Top Obama Aide Concerned by Impeachment Threats

    Dan Pfeiffer, a top aide to President Obama, said that the White House is taking the threat of a possible impeachment attempt by Republicans seriously.  “I think a lot of people in this town laugh that off,” Pfeiffer told reporters at a Christian Science Monitor breakfast. “I would not discount that possibility. I think Speaker Boehner, by going down the path of this lawsuit, has opened the door to Republicans possibly considering impeachment at some in the future.” Pfeiffer's comments come days after the House took steps to move forward with Speaker John Boehner's lawsuit against the President for his use of executive authority in delaying the Obamacare mandate.

  • Are you a Verizon customer with unlimited data? Get ready to be throttled
    Are you a Verizon customer with unlimited data? Get ready to be throttled

    As we learned from a recent study, Verizon has been remarkably efficient at convincing unlimited wireless data plan holders to switch to newer, more profitable data plans. According to market research firm Consumer Intelligence Research Partners, just 22% of Verizon’s mobile subscribers were still on unlimited data plans as of the end of the second quarter. That still leaves millions of people with unlimited plans though, and we have bad news for all of them: According to a new report, all Verizon Wireless subscribers with unlimited data plans will be subject to throttling beginning October 1st. Verizon’s “Network Optimization” policy, which says that the company may intentionally slow your wireless data speeds in certain cases, currently only applies to 3G networks. Droid-Life

  • Neymar's brain on auto-pilot - Japan neurologists
    Neymar's brain on auto-pilot - Japan neurologists

    Brazilian superstar Neymar's brain activity while dancing past opponents is less than 10 percent the level of amateur players, suggesting he plays as if on auto-pilot, according to Japanese neurologists. Results of brain scans conducted on Neymar in February this year indicated minimal cerebral function when he rotated his ankle and point to the Barcelona striker's wizardry being uncannily natural. "From MRI images we discovered Neymar's brain activity to be less than 10 percent of an amateur player," researcher Eiichi Naito told AFP on Friday. The findings were published in the Swiss journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience following a series of motor skills tests carried out on the 22-year-old Neymar and several other athletes in Barcelona in February this year.

  • Entire families wiped out in Air Algerie plane crash
    Entire families wiped out in Air Algerie plane crash

    All people on board an Air Algerie passenger plane that crashed in Mali died in the tragedy, including several families that were wiped out, France announced Friday. "Sadly, there are no survivors," President Francois Hollande said on television a day after the plane went down. There were 116 or 118 people on board, according to conflicting tolls given by the carrier and French authorities. The occupants included 54 French citizens, some of them dual nationals, as well as people from Burkina Faso, Lebanon, Algeria, Spain, Canada, Germany and Luxembourg.

  • Anna Kendrick’s Guide to Avoiding Getting Hathaway’d, Before It's Too Late
    Anna Kendrick’s Guide to Avoiding Getting Hathaway’d, Before It's Too Late

    Anna Kendrick is having a moment. For a while, it seemed like Kendrick was going to be the hip alternative to the most popular girls in Hollywood; Her song “Cups (When I’m Gone)” from the film was a surprise commercial and radio smash, and suddenly, Kendrick was ubiquitous.

  • ‘I’ve never seen a week like this’ — aviation expert puts recent crashes in context
    ‘I’ve never seen a week like this’ — aviation expert puts recent crashes in context

    An aviation experts explains whether plane crashes are really on the rise and why issues like weather and pilot error should raise more concerns than terrorism.

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