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Apple car a possibility -- just not anytime soon

Analysts at Sanford C. Bernstein say Apple could conceivably build an electric, "autonomous" car. But they don't expect the vehicle to hit the market for at least five years.

By April 14, 2015


Florida police use cameras to track cars in red-light districts

In the infamous town of Sanford, Fla., police decide to photograph license plates of those suspected of seeking out prostitutes and then send the registered owners of the cars a warning letter.

By October 15, 2013


Intel's Otellini: No outsider CEOs for us, thank you very much

Speaking yesterday at the Sanford C. Bernstein Conference, CEO Paul Otellini said looking outside the company for his successor would be a bad idea.

By December 6, 2012


When is the right (and wrong) time to buy Apple stock?

Investing in Apple's stock one to two months prior to the launch of an iPhone or iPad can be fruitful, says investment firm Sanford C. Bernstein.

By August 20, 2012


Google or Bing? Where's the pic of Sanford's lover?

Despite "Maria Belen Shapur photo" being one of Thursday's top search phrases, neither a Google search nor a Bing search has turned up anything. Come on, engines.

By June 25, 2009


AT&T, Verizon face pension concerns, analyst says

Fears over billions of dollars in pension liabilities cause Sanford C. Bernstein analyst Craig Moffett to downgrade AT&T's stock.

By October 25, 2011


'Spam king' Wallace indicted for Facebook spam

Fraud indictment accuses Sanford Wallace of breaking into 500,000 accounts to send 27 million spam e-mails on the social network.

By August 4, 2011


A 'Sanford and Son' for the rocket age

LA's favorite rocket props palace is Norton Sales.

By November 7, 2007


What is artificial life?

Last month, Craig Venter announced that he had modified a living organism by replacing its DNA with a synthetically-created genome. Today we're talking with Dr. Kiki Sanford and Dr. Mark Bedau about this new technology. Listen to the show to learn not just how it works, but what it means for all of us.

By June 4, 2010


Facebook awarded $711 million in spam lawsuit

Judge also finds self-described "spam king" Sanford Wallace "willfully violated" court orders and refers the matter to U.S. Attorney's Office for criminal prosecution.

By October 29, 2009