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  1. Susan Wojcicki Replaces Salar Kamangar as Head of YouTube

    As you may recall, the CIA funded and encouraged rebel troops in Cuba to overthrow the Castro government. Wojcicki joined Google in 1999 as employee number 16, pushed hard for Google’s $1.65 billion acquisition of YouTube in 2006 when it seemed...

  2. Embracing the Nation -- Why Localizing by Country Works

    For instance, Mexico might be a budding market for your product, but is it really worth investing in a localized website for Cuba? While there are few by-products of imperialism that anyone would want to sing the praises of, one interesting result...

  3. Hot Topics, Odd Stories at SES San Francisco and ClickZ Connected Marketing Week

    Felice Gorordo (@fgorordo), Co-Founder & Chairman, Roots of Hope, Inc.will discuss How I helped organize a peace concert in Cuba that brought together 1.2 million people. So, if you are a local TV producer, newspaper editor, or business blogger...

  4. Warming up to Cuban investment

    Schmid is looking for investment of Ä25 million in the Cuba Recovery Fund, launched as a strategic partnership by European Special Opportunities and the Sovereign Research Corporation. The Cuba Recovery Fund is only dealing in sovereign debt at the...

  5. World's First Search Engine For Hostels Launches

    We also found this guest house in Cuba for $44 per night (22 euros). is the world's first hostel search engine. It combines the directories of all major hostel booking websites into a single interface, saving visitors time and money.

  6. Barclays Scrutinised over Terror State Links

    The bank admitted it has been questioned over dollar payments through its New York branch involving clients from states such as Iran, North Korea, Cuba, Sudan and Syria. LOSSES & LAWSUITS NEW YORK & WASHINGTON, DC - The US Department of Justice and...

  7. UNC Student Body President Eve Carson Shot, Killed: The Way We Live Now

    A premed student, Carson majored in political science and biology, taught science at a Chapel Hill elementary schools, studied abroad in Cuba, and spent summers volunteering in Ecuador, Egypt and Ghana, according to AP reports.