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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Arthur Levinson
Human's have tried to conquer death for ages. Now, it's Google's turn. The search engine's co-founder and CEO Larry Page is heading up what he tells Time is a "moonshot' to improve countless human lives.
Apple has named board member Arthur Levinson as its chairman.
Consumers are giving a modest lift to the economy.
Apple Inc. has named Arthur Levinson as its non-executive chairman, a move that rewards the longtime Apple board member who chose it over Google Inc. when the technology giants began competing with each other.