Zagat and Google Chat About the Future of Reviews

On Thursday, Google bought Zagat, a reviewing empire that represents the gold standard for crowd-sourced content. So to get a glimpse of what the future holds for the search giant, the review company, and Internet reviews in general, we've talked with Google VP Marissa Meyer and Zagat founders Tim and Nina Zagat.

Wikinvest's Mike Sha on the Investing Wisdom of Crowds

If the financial collapse taught us anything, it's that opacity and self-serving behavior rule at the big Wall Street firms -- so how can the little guy trust their advice? Wikinvest's Mike Sha explains how crowdsourcing can provide better, less biased investment advice to average investors.

Nuance Shares Up Even After Wozniak Admits His Error

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak backpedal Tuesday from an earlier statement that Apple had purchased voice recognition software maker Nuance Communications, but despite Woz's proclamation that he was "totally wrong," investors pushed Nuance's shares to a new 52-week high.

Why Chris Silva Left the Courtroom for the Winery

The former lawyer who dealt with financial and real estate litigation and trials explains how -- and why -- he joined St. Francis Winery & Vineyards in Sonoma, Calif., where he's now CEO and guiding it through the current economic downturn.

Glamour App Hits the iPad

While the first wave of magazines made available on the iPad consisted largely of male-oriented titles, Glamour's Apple app goes live today.

Coke CEO Tells How Beverage Giant Got Back on Track

The CEO of the Coca-Cola, the world's largest beverage company, still believes the U.S. is "a great market for growth." Says Muhtar Kent: "We believe that everything that we've done to course-correct in the U.S. in the last three years is working."

What Enron's Ex-CEO Jeff Skilling Thinks He Did Wrong

Later this month, the Supreme Court will rule on whether former Enron CEO Jeff Skilling will get a new trial, or possibly see his sentence reduced. In the meantime, Fortune has published a sympathetic profile of Skilling in which he describes three key mistakes he feels led to his conviction.

Facebook CEO Zuckerberg Has a 'Nixon Moment'

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's performance at the AllThingsDigital D8 conference Wednesday night will not be remembered as one of his finer moments. The 26-year-old social networking wunderkind delivered a tense, rambling, and utterly awkward performance during his interview.

Alexandra Penney on Losing It All to Bernie Madoff

On Dec. 11, 2008, the artist and former editor discovered that her investment adviser, Bernard Madoff, had defrauded her. In her forthcoming book, The Bag Lady Papers: The Priceless Experience of Losing It All, Penney writes about it, and here she talks about it.

How to find your next job

It's harder than ever to find a job ... but it still can be done. For Walletpop Radio, I interviewed workplace expert Liz Ryan for some terrific...

Jobless get help with childcare

Some help for the unemployed with children, or at least those in parts of North Carolina, is being offered through a childcare program. The Little...

Today's job hunters need an edge

It's getting increasingly competitive in the job market these days. With current unemployment figures ranging anywhere from 5% to 7.5%, depending on...