Brazil’s Lula turns himself in to police, ending standoff

SAO BERNARDO DO CAMPO, Brazil (Reuters) – Brazil’s former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva turned himself in to police on Saturday, leaving the steel workers union offices where he had sought refuge while defying a court deadline to submit to custody.

Microsoft’s Dismal Failure Needs To Be Fixed

Microsoft makes loving Windows 10 hard with a poor quality store that makes everything more complicated than it needs to be.

How Jaguar Land Rover Leverages Its Smaller Size To Make Big Bets To Best Larger Competitors

Jaguar Land Rover North America President and CEO Joe Eberhardt on how the British luxury brand is using its smaller size and resultant flexibility to take risks and succeed.

Websites Are The New Resumes. Here’s Why You Need One.

Nowadays, a complete job application includes a resume, a brief cover letter, a link to your website and social media profiles.

Singing as if you’re straight… when you’re gay

More and more artists are openly singing about the gay experience after years of warbling love songs aimed at the opposite sex.

Hockey world shocked by fatal junior team crash in Canada

At least 14 people were killed when a bus carrying a Canadian junior hockey team, the Humboldt Broncos, collided with a truck in the province of Saskatchewan Friday evening. Colette Luke has more.