Newsweek to Return to Print … for a Price

The latest owner of Newsweek says the magazine could return to print early next year at a higher subscription price. More 

TV Disrupter Aereo Expands Despite Massive Litigation

Aereo is continuing its aggressive expansion with plans to launch its service in Miami, Houston and the Dallas/Fort Worth area. More 

Newsweek to Be Sold … Again

Newsweek has been purchased for an undisclosed amount by the owners of the International Business Times, its third sale in three years. More 

It’s OK to Bank on Bankrate

A weak Bankrate earnings report doesn't seem to be bothering investors, who instead seem to be bullish about the company's future prospects. More 

The 2013 Retirement Portfolio Candidates: IAC/InterActiveCorp

If looking for an Internet addition to a retirement portfolio, I would go with IACA over big names like Amazon or Google. Here's why. More 

Wednesday Apple Rumors: iOS 7 to Integrate Flickr, Vimeo

Apple will integrate Flickr and Vimeo into iOS 7; Penguin will pay $75 million to settle iBook price-fixing charges; and Samsung Galaxy S4 added to lawsuit. More 

2013 Retirement Portfolio Candidates: Home Shopping Network

For retirement, cash production capability is crucial, especially in bad times. For that reason, Home Shopping Network is a strong candidate for any portfolio. More