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Fox News expert's mistake leads to hilarious Twitter rebuttal

Technically Incorrect: Appearing on Fox News, terror expert Steve Emerson claims that the UK's second-biggest city, Birmingham, is a place non-Muslims dare not enter. This is severely untrue, as Twitter wittily explains.

By January 12, 2015


Actor Michael Emerson interviewed

Michael Emerson, who plays Finch in "Person of Interest," tells why he believes this fictional plot could be reality.

By September 20, 2011


3D Printer Build Week: Final Print (time lapse)

After a long, interesting week, we finally found the secret to printing our own 3D objects (object design credit to Brian "yeoldebrian" Emerson).

February 16, 2012


Emerson brightens kitchens

Looking for something a little brighter than the standard black or white microwave you find at most stores? Emerson offers a microwave in candy apple red.

By July 16, 2008


Plug in that morning coffee (mug)

The Emerson Auto Mug keeps hot coffee hot via your car's 12-volt utility jack.

By September 16, 2009


Dell to sell advanced cooling systems for servers

Emerson Network Power says its cooling technology is more energy efficient than more traditional systems.

By June 28, 2007


Microsoft corporate-development VP exits

Former investment banker Richard Emerson, who oversaw the software giant's merger and acquisition strategy, has left the company, Microsoft confirms.

By September 19, 2003


N.J. council targets online critics

Two council members in Emerson, N.J., are suing a Web site owner for hosting anonymous forum postings they say are defamatory--in yet another case attempting to unmask online critics. In their suit, Gina Calogero and Vincent S. Donato also have named dozens of anonymous posters, who allegedly accused some council members of infidelity and other indiscretions. As anonymous postings have become more popular, their targets have increasingly turned to the courts. Until now, most of those bringing suits against anonymous posters have been companies, not public officials. Courts so far have issued mixed rulings on whether people have a right to post anonymous criticism. Last month, a state appeals court in New Jersey ruled that Yahoo didn?t have to reveal the names of critics of Dendrite International who posted to its board, citing free speech protections.

August 7, 2001


Microsoft adds dealmaker to top management team

Richard Emerson, former managing director at investment bank Lazard Freres, will lead the software giant's corporate development activities, including mergers, acquisitions and partnerships.

December 1, 2000


Intel pumps up the volume

There was lots of grumbling to be heard at the Intel Developers' Conference last week, where guests were subjected to Yes and Emerson, Lake, and Palmer.

February 23, 1998