After denial, Bitcoin creator identity still a mystery

The world was little closer to knowing for sure who invented Bitcoin Friday, despite Newsweek`s claim to have unmasked the enigmatic "Satoshi Nakamoto" behind the computer-coded currency.

Newsweek publishes its last print issue

Brown announced in October that Newsweek would cease production of its print version at the end of the year.

Does Newsweek`s end portend a trend?

If Newsweek is going, can Time be far behind? Or for that matter Bugles, Posts, Heralds, and a sundry other print publications, for how long can they survive in this digital age?

Newsweek to end print edition, to go all-digital

Struggling American news magazine Newsweek will end its 80-year-old run in print this year to go all digital, in what was described by its editor-in-chief as a `turn of the page` for the publication.

US: Obama `first gay President`

Newsweek is celebrating Barack Obama`s endorsement of same-sex marriage by featuring his image on its cover.

Tunku Varadarajan is Newsweek international editor

Indian-origin journalist Tunku
Varadarajan, who is currently national affairs correspondent
and writer at large for `The Daily Beast`, has been appointed
as international editor of the Newsweek.

Newsweek shows Obama as Lord Nataraja

Hindus are upset over Newsweek cover, saying that it trivializes Lord Siva.

Dikshit lauds Manmohan Singh for topping list of world leaders

Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit
today congratulated Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for topping
Newsweek Magazine`s list of 10 world leaders who have won
respect and is described as "the leader other leaders` love".

PM `most admired leader in the world`

PM Singh has topped Newsweek Magazine`s list of 10 `most admired` world leaders.

Newsweek sold to audio magnate Sidney Harman

Well-known international
Newsweek magazine, owned by The Washington Post Co., has been
sold to 91-year-old audio magnate Sidney Harman, the founder
of audio equipment maker Harman International Industries Inc.

Iran sentences journalist in absentia

A lawyer says a Newsweek reporter has
been sentenced in absentia to more than 13 years in prison and
50 lashes.

Citi, Pepsico, Motorola among 500 greenest US cos: Newsweek

Six companies led by India-origin
people including banking behemoth Citigroup and soft drinks
major Pepsico have been named among the greenest American
companies by Newsweek magazine.

Citi, Pepsico, Motorola among 500 greenest US cos: Newsweek

6 cos led by India-origin people have been named among the greenest American cos by Newsweek magazine.

Americans increasingly embracing Hinduism: Newsweek

`Lets all say Om` seems to be the new American mantra with an increasing number of people in this country subscribing to the essentially Hindu belief.