Shortly before Thanksgiving, The New York Times reported that criminal charges have been filed against 20 students in an affluent New York suburb for allegedly cheating on the SAT.
In its first week on sale, biography of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs sold 379,000 copies in the U.S., making it by far the top-selling book in the country.
The world’s largest maker of video-game machines, says its first annual loss in at least 30 years after the yen reached a postwar high. Also, the new 3DS console isn't doing so well.
With Netflix losing 800,000 subscribers Monday, financial analysts describe the the company as "nuclear winter" and "broken."