Greyhound scraps ‘bus rage’ ads after bus beheading (AP)

Pedestrians walk past an ad for Greyhound in Toronto Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2008. Greyhound has scrapped the campaign that extolled the peaceful, worry-free upside of bus travel and wants the signs to be removed as quickly as possible following the beheading of a passenger near Winnipeg.  (AP Photo/Graeme Roy, The Canadian Press)AP – Greyhound has scrapped an ad campaign that extolled the relaxing upside of bus travel after one of its passengers was accused of beheading and cannibalizing another traveler.

Greyhound scraps ads after Canada bus beheading (AP)

Pedestrians walk past an ad for Greyhound in Toronto Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2008. Greyhound has scrapped the campaign that extolled the peaceful, worry-free upside of bus travel and wants the signs to be removed as quickly as possible following the beheading of a passenger near Winnipeg.  (AP Photo/Graeme Roy, The Canadian Press)AP – Greyhound has scrapped an ad campaign that extolled the relaxing upside of bus travel after one of its passengers was accused of beheading and cannibalizing another traveler.

Google Offloads Search-Marketing Business to Publicis

Google said Wednesday that it had found a buyer for its Performics search-marketing unit: Publicis Groupe, the giant French advertising holding company.

Olympic Torch cheered through Beijing amid Tibet protest (AFP)

Security personnel remove a protester from a pole after he put up a pro-Tibet banner, shortly before a group of foreigners were detained by Chinese police in Beijing. Flag-waving crowds cheered the torch relay through Beijing's Tiananmen Square Wednesday as Olympic fever mounted, but a dramatic Tibet protest and a row over Darfur clouded the Games build-up.(AFP/HO)AFP – Flag-waving crowds cheered the torch relay through Beijing’s Tiananmen Square Wednesday as Olympic fever mounted, but a dramatic Tibet protest and a row over Darfur clouded the Games build-up.

Barker removed from wrongful termination suit (AP)

In this June 6, 2007 file photo, game show host Bob Barker, 83, gestures during the taping of his final episode of 'The Price Is Right' in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, file)AP – A judge has dismissed allegations against Bob Barker in a wrongful termination lawsuit filed by a “Price is Right” employee, saying the game-show’s longtime host was not her boss.

Another Way to Measure Discontent Among Yahoo Shareholders

If you factor out insiders’ votes, the Yahoo board election was even closer. Roy Bostock would have been reelected by a 54-to-46 margin rather than the 60.4-to-39.6 of the actual election. Mr. Yang would have been reelected with a 61-to-39 margin, closer than the 66.3-to-33.7 of the actual vote.

Judge calls convicted bin Laden driver "small player" (Reuters)

Salim Hamdan, who has spent nearly four years at the U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, is seen in this file photograph taken in Yemen in 2000. (Neal Katyal/Handout/Reuters)Reuters – A military
court on Wednesday convicted Osama bin Laden’s driver of
supporting terrorism but acquitted him on the more serious
charge of conspiring with al Qaeda in the first U.S. war crimes
trial since World War Two.