CEO Tim Armstrong announces the reversal of a recent policy to reduce the number of times AOL makes matching contributions to 401(k) plans.
Following Netflix, AOL plans its own long-form original series, an adaption of an Israeli cable hit that will be set in New York. It's a new leg of AOL's race to be a video-ad powerhouse.
A subscription version of Hulu could be just weeks away, Google promises Goggles for iPhone by the end of the year, and Sharp shows off a wall-to-wall TV that is a little intimidating.
Seth Rogen claims that the "Star Wars" creator sat with him in a meeting and seriously declared that he believes the world will end in 2012.
The iPhone costs $17,000! It's true! Someone said so!
It's no surprise that Jeff, Wilson, and Justin don't know Jack about the economic financial crisis, so we invite CBS MoneyWatch.com's Editor-at-Large Jill Schlesinger on the show to break it all down.
And for those who keep their jobs, a salary freeze will continue into a second year. Plus, Sprint suspends its 401k match and tuition reimbursement program.
Aunt Jill fills in for Jeff on the day before his big day and gives us tips on what to expect at a Jewish wedding. She also doles out handy financial advice and breaks down the three golden rules to financial success!
Mint.com is adding new features to help its users keep track of their budget.
Changing reader tastes and the downturn in print advertising are making it tough on some longtime trade magazine hands.