Olympics ticket broker to co-host Romney fundraiser
WASHINGTON - An Olympics ticket broker whose company apologized last week for distribution problems at the London Games is co-hosting a fundraiser for Republican U.S. presidential candidate Mitt Romney in Indiana this week.
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Lost account of Spanish war sees light after 70 years
LONDON (Reuters) - When Henry Buckley crossed the Pyrenees in 1939 with the remnants of the defeated Spanish Republican forces, he had reported on Spain for 10 years, witnessed the great battles of...
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Outrage over Joe Biden's London, Paris $1M hotel bills
Republican opponents are berating Vice President Joe Biden on Twitter for running up more than $1 million in hotel bills for two nights in London and Paris in the midst of sequester spending cuts.
London Whale scandal: JPMorgan Chase accused over $6 billion loss
John McCain, the senior Republican on the US Senate panel investigating the affair, said JPMorgan Chase had misled investors before lying to investigators about its $ 6 billion trading losses
Mobile Ad Network InMobi Buys Overlay Media To Improve Ad Personalization, And More
Mobile ad network InMobi continues to make use of the $200 million in financing it received in 2011 from Softbank: today it is announcing the acquisition of Overlay Media, a UK-based developer of “context-aware” computing technologies. Among other things, InMobi will use Overlay Media to improve how it targets and personalizes ads to specific users. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, but we are trying to find out and will update this post as we learn more. The acquisition is the latest from InMobi, which operates platforms for rich media ads that it says reach 578 million consumers in 165 countries. In July 2012, it bought MMTG Labs and later Metaflow to improve its mobile ad distribution both to smartphones and feature phones. Although the Overlay Media deal is being announced today, it actually closed in the second half of last year, TechCrunch has learned. InMobi is also backed by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Sherpalo Ventures, in addition to Softbank. The ...