Meets All Specks
Some people are hailing it as a culinary revolution. One thing is certain, the re-introduction of certain banned Italian pork products after 15 years represents some serious business opportunities.
By Meg James, Los Angeles Times
Circulation revenue for daily newspapers grew in 2012 for the first time in a decade as more people paid to subscribe to digital editions, a study says.
By Chris O'Brien, Los Angeles Times
Analysts are unsure why Apple's stock has fallen 40% from its high and why its market value has dipped below $400 billion for the first time since January 2012.
By Andrea Tornielli, La Stampa
One of the cardinals getting ready to enter the upcoming conclave knows that he himself is not papabile -- that is, his is not one of the names being considered as a possible next pope.
By Luca Ricolfi, La Stampa
Perhaps we deserve Berlusconi and his lies. Not the Italians, maybe, given as a single citizen is largely powerless in the face of a political system. But the media, especially the television, definitely does deserve him.
By Gianni Riotta, La Stampa
Let's conduct a simple experiment: search on Google for any image of a recent American President -- Johnson, Nixon, either father or son Bush, Clinton, Obama -- at the moment of their first election victory. Then, search again for an image of the same man a few years later. Each will show the fatigue that the White House brings, the weight of which the historian John Keegan once called "the Mask of Command."