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Christmas present to the world: A rare holiday full moon

Rudolph will have some help lighting St. Nick's journey from the North Pole this year, and you can look out for the big guy right here.

By December 23, 2015


Creepy headless robot dogs give Santa a ride for Christmas

Who needs reindeer when you can have Boston Dynamics' terrifying robots pull your sleigh for the holidays? We miss Rudolph already.

By December 23, 2015


Science explains Rudolph's red reindeer nose

Leave it to a bunch of scientists to figure out one of the holiday season's greatest mysteries: why Rudolph is a red-nosed reindeer.

By December 18, 2012


Rudolph no longer a radar-nosed reindeer

The FAA says nose of Santa's favorite sleigh-guider has been outfitted with new satellite-based avionics that will let St. Nick more safely deliver toys to tots.

By December 24, 2010


Tech innovation turned holiday classic

CBS CMO George Schweitzer discusses how a color-correction process updated the classic TV special "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer."

By November 28, 2011


If Rudolph Valentino had a Webcam

It might look like this RetroCam.

By January 22, 2008


Corio giving free services to WTC fund

Application hosting company Corio said Wednesday that it has agreed to provide the Twin Towers Fund with hosting services, including the use of its servers and computer networks, at no charge. The fund plans to use Corio's services to run systems that help it coordinate donations, contributors, recipients and fund-raising activities. The Twin Towers Fund, established by former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani to assist the families of rescue workers who died as a result of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, has raised $150 million and has distributed financial support to more than 430 families.

By April 17, 2002


Windows XP debut set for New York City

Microsoft is to officially launch the operating system at a Times Square theater, a move that Mayor Rudolph Giuliani says shows the business community's commitment to the city.

September 25, 2001


Short Take: Forbes forum online goes live

Direct Stock Market has gained exclusive rights to Webcast the Forbes 1998 Presidents Forum. The show is set for April 5 to 7 with a theme of "sustaining top-line growth." Speakers include Steve Forbes, CEO of Forbes; New York City mayor Rudolph Giuliani; John Sidgmore, CEO of UUNet; and Richard Syron, CEO of American Stock Exchange.

March 2, 1998


Short Take: Head of IBM Brazil steps down

Rudolph Hohn, head of IBM's Brazilian unit for the past ten years, will step down at the end of December, the Gazeta Mercantil reported. His departure stems from a company restructuring that reduces the independence of IBM's units and centralizes decision-making for Latin America. Hohn has been with IBM for 30 years.

By December 10, 1996