Republican presidential candidates will take the stage one last time before the Iowa Caucus. Here are all the different ways you can tune in.
Candidates who participated in the Republican debate didn't get as much attention as the candidate who snubbed the event.
Declaring that "failure is not an option," Alyssa Carson wants to go further than any human has gone before. She's already been to NASA's Space Academy three times.
The Carson Portable Rotisserie Grill is a unique way to experience outdoor cooking.
Queer Eye's Carson Kressley, current host of LookGoodInPictures.com, is holding a photo clinic in Times Square.
Internet pays tribute to the legendary late-night TV host who entertained millions for nearly 30 years. TV legend Johnny Carson dies at 79
A Nebraska man is using online auction giant eBay to sell the childhood home of the late Johnny Carson. Carson mourned online
Scott Carson, president of Connexion by Boeing, wants to bring broadband access and other services to airline passengers. But first he must convince the big carriers to go along.
Savvis Communications, an Internet and data service provider, has raised $20 million in equity funding, bringing its total to $178 million, the company said. Constellation Ventures, a unit of investment bank Bear Stearns, supplied the financing and will receive a seat on Savvis's board of directors. The Herndon, Va.-based company, which provides telecom services such as hosting, VPN (virtual private network) and Internet services to businesses, will use the cash to expand. Under terms of the agreement, Constellation Ventures will receive 26.7 million shares of Savvis stock, or an 8 percent voting stake in the company, and the firm has the option to buy 10 million additional shares. Savvis' customers include the New York Stock Exchange, the Montreal Derivatives Exchange, the Chicago Board Options Exchange and Fitch Ratings. Savvis announced last March that it received $158 million from Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe and other investors.
Substrate Technologies announced Monday that it completed a $25 million round of financing from Merrill Lynch, Carson Private Capital and Marubeni. The transaction involved conversion of existing debt and preferred stock, new cash investment, and commitments for future funding. Substrate also appointed board member Jeffrey Davis as its chairman and chief executive officer. The Carrollton, Texas-based company, located outside of Dallas, makes substrates, or "packages," for chips that enable chips to work. Substrate operates manufacturing facilities in Texas and Shenzhen, China.