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Wikipedia to Philip Roth: Hey, you're not credible

When author Philip Roth tries to correct his Wikipedia entry, purely on factual grounds, he is told that the site needs a secondary source.

By September 7, 2012


The art of Angry Birds gestures

Artist Evan Roth spent a lot more time than we would have creating this fascinating depiction of the gestures used in Angry Birds.

By November 21, 2012


At the Vegas Goretorium, an all-out fright-fest

Come along as Crave takes a pre-Halloween behind-the-scenes tour of the spooky new Eli Roth house of horror on the Las Vegas Strip.

By October 27, 2012


The bright side of Facebook's IPO

The definition of a successful public launch of a stock shouldn't rest on how much money the investment bankers make. Better is how close the offering price is to where the stock actually trades.

By May 21, 2012


Photos: RothDock wireless iPod dock tested

Want an iPod dock that sends music wirelessly to your hi-fi? Smashing news! We've got one in that costs less than £100, and what's more, we think it's ace

7 Images By June 5, 2009


Can the 'wisdom of crowds' predict the big 2008 tour?

The Police reunion was the surprise of early 2007. Van Halen, with original singer David Lee Roth, will close out the year. Can the hive mind predict the big tours of 2008?

By August 29, 2007


Win tickets to Play! at the Sydney Opera House

Two readers will win double passes to the opening night performance of Play! on 19th June at the Sydney Opera House, including a backstage meeting with Arnie Roth, the conductor.

By May 27, 2007


Start-up Trigence hires new CEO

Trigence, a company whose software lets server applications be moved from one server to another, hires David Roth from HP to be its new chief.

By April 12, 2005


Nortel accelerates CEO search

The networking-equipment maker steps up its search for a successor to CEO John Roth following the retirement of its chief operating officer.

By May 11, 2001


Nortel COO to take medical leave

Nortel Networks Chief Operating Officer Clarence Chandran will take a medical leave of absence in order to fully recuperate from two recent surgeries related to injuries stemming from a 1997 stabbing in Singapore, the communications equipment company announced Tuesday. Chandran, on the advice of his doctor, will take between six and 12 months off work. Chief Executive John Roth will handle Chandran's duties during his absence. A current nominee for the Nortel board of directors, Chandran is expected to serve if elected. A vote is expected in late April.

March 13, 2001