Disgraced Apple commentator briefly disables his Twitter account and takes his public blog private, only to resurrect them as speculation about his disappearance grows.
A January episode of Reporters' Roundtable featured now discredited monologuist Mike Daisey and NYT reporter Charles Duhigg together. Both report on the same thing, using very different tools.
People who saw final New York performance of "The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs" said they liked the show even though Daisey's tale of how workers are treated in China is now under scrutiny.
2K Sports recently announced that Michael Jordan will grace the cover of the company's acclaimed basketball game, but now we know that Jordan will not just be another typical cover athlete.
Industrial design studio Mike & Maaike poaches the world's most expensive necklaces through Google and renders them in pixelated leather.
Design firm Mike and Maaike show renderings of the Autonomobile, an electric driverless car.
T-Mobile plans to keep the MetroPCS brand alive and even expand it to new markets, T-Mobile Chief Marketing Officer Mike Sievert told CNET.
Public radio journalist Rob Schmitz is only the second Western journalist to visit the Chinese factory since the January airing of Mike Daisey's fabricated account.
Brian Dunn resigns and director G. Mike Mikan will serve in the interim. Best Buy says it was "time for new leadership to address the challenges that face the company."
Chicago Public Media retracts a January story on Apple's manufacturing practices based on Mike Daisey's one-man show "The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs."