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Presidential Race
2:26 am
Mon September 24, 2012

Ads Slice Up Swing States With Growing Precision

Originally published on Tue September 25, 2012 8:08 am

First of a two-part series

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Music Interviews
2:24 am
Mon September 24, 2012

Grizzly Bear On Candor, Democracy And Too Much Music

Grizzly Bear
Tom Hines Courtesy of the artist

Originally published on Mon September 24, 2012 10:10 am

Grizzly Bear, which has just released its fourth studio album, Shields, spoke to Morning Edition host David Greene about democracy within the band, censorship and candor in interviews, and achieving success as an indie band. Hear the radio version at the audio link and read part of their conversation below.


Interview Highlights

On division of labor in Grizzly Bear

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All Tech Considered
2:23 am
Mon September 24, 2012

Employee Shopping: 'Acqui-Hire' Is The New Normal In Silicon Valley

A Google logo is seen through windows of Moscone Center in San Francisco during Google's annual developer conference, Google I/O, in June. Google is one of several major tech companies known for the "acqui-hire."
AFP AFP/Getty Images

Originally published on Tue September 25, 2012 8:08 am

Tech companies like Google, Facebook and Zynga are on a shopping spree. They're buying small startups with innovative products and apps. But, many times, the tech giants don't care about what the small companies were producing. They just want the engineers.

There's a new name for these deals: the "acqui-hire," and it could mean the end to your favorite app.

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Presidential Race
10:36 pm
Sun September 23, 2012

Romney Rules Rural As Obama's Support Wanes

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney autographs a coal miner's hat during a campaign event Aug. 14 at American Energy Corp. in Beallsville, Ohio.
Mary Altaffer AP

Originally published on Tue September 25, 2012 8:08 am

The nation's smallest and most remote places are providing Mitt Romney's biggest margins in battleground states as the 2012 presidential race enters its final weeks.

In fact, rural counties are keeping Romney competitive in the states that are now up for grabs. That's what a new bipartisan survey indicates. The poll also finds that President Obama's rural support has plunged since 2008.

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Europe
6:26 am
Fri September 21, 2012

Woman Who Popularized Fresco Of Jesus Wants A Cut

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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

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